Halloween has turned into a month-long extravaganza for many adults. From creating the perfect costume, to deciding on which bar to visit — it can be a lot to handle!
If you’re planning to spend this eerie evening with your significant other, but aren’t sure of the best places to visit as a duo, you’ve come to the right place. The MissTravel team has rounded up the top five destinations for couples looking for a night of forbidding adult fun!
Boston has some of the oldest graveyards, haunted tales, and plenty of spooky events to partake in. If you’re really into the Halloween spirit, take a walking tour together to discover the chilling and ghastly tales of the historic streets of Boston.
Once the sun sets, there is a plethora of harvest happenings. Wear the most clever couples ensemble and try your hand at the Fright Night costume contest or head out for the Night of the Crawling Dead Bar Crawl. For couples who prefers to stay home on the busy night, don’t fear! Head out to the Harbor on Oct. 24 for a haunting Halloween BOOze Cruise.
The foliage-laden scenery in Madison is enough to draw visitors to this cozy town, and the Halloween happenings will keep you there for a night you won’t forget. For the most ghoulish of couples, make a reservation at the first-ever Dead & Breakfast, Dead by Dawn. If you can make it out of the horrific B&B alive, head over to America’s most intense haunted attraction, Terror on the Fox.
If the two of you are more into the performing arts, on a stage instead of in a gory mansion, opt for a night at the weirdly wonderful Addams Family the Musical.
One word to describe this Halloween destination: sexy. Vegas is known for its scantily-clad parties and the night of the 31st is no exception. Couples looking for a truly wild and risque function should make way to the Fetish and Fantasy Ball including everything you could want for a steamy Halloween.
Infamous DJ’s will also be headlining the Strip for the wicked weekend and almost all of the mega-clubs have themed events planned for that Saturday night.
No matter your age, a visit to the annual Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios will have your hair sticking straight up! Another must-do when visiting this destination is the notorious West Hollywood Costume Carnaval. Thousands of people attend the annual street festival and this once primarily gay event has become a favorite for people from all walks of life.
For the duo seeking a more elegantly enchanted evening, the Halloween Black and White Ball takes place in an eerie 1920’s movie palace, followed by a screening of Dracula hosted by the L.A. Opera at Ace Hotel.
Head South for top-notch Halloween debauchery. The Miami Beach crowd takes this dress up holiday very seriously, not just with their costumes, but the parties as well.
Get your fangs out and head to hot spot Seaspice as the restaurant transforms into a chilling haunted house, channeling Hotel Transylvania. If you’re craving something other than blood, venture over to Better Days to try their house-made “Pumpkin Moonshine”.
Start searching for that perfect masquerade mask to wear to the fanciest Halloween Ball in town, the one-and-only Yelloween Veuve Clicquot event. This party promises “to wake the dead.” That’s all you need to hear on the spookiest of evenings!
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