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Halloween in Milwaukee

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Milwaukee is the most beautiful city in the United States and has its fair share of attractions. However, one thing that the people of Milwaukee have mastered is the Halloween celebration. Halloween in Milwaukee is one of the biggest festivals. People from all around the city gather up and decorate the city with carved pumpkins. If you happen to visit Milwaukee in late October, you will undoubtedly witness some of the best Halloween festivities. No matter how young or old, people come together with the festive spirit and organize multiple events. Here are some of the most famous yearly events that you should not miss on Halloween if you find yourself in Milwaukee!

Halloween Events for Kids and Families

1. Pumpkin Carving at The Humboldt Park Pumpkin Pavilion

Pumpkin carving has been one of the oldest traditions of Halloween. Hence, there is a Pumpkin Carving event organized at the Humboldt Park a few days before Halloween in Milwaukee. The carved pumpkins are seen decorated in the park pavilion on the Halloween weekend. All the family members including kids can participate in the event and enjoy food, music and other festive activities along with the pumpkin carving.

Admission - The entry to the event is free. You need to pay for the food and the other activities. 

2. Halloween Fun Fest - Renewal by Andersen

Another family event that involves exciting activities for all the family members is the Halloween Fun Fest. There is also a dog costume competition. In addition to that, you get to witness Children costume parades and many other games. Children dressed up as different characters go trick-or-treating and enjoy their day with their parents. 

Admission - The entry in the event is free, and it takes place in Downtown Pewaukee. 

3. Halloween Howl

People in Milwaukee consider their pets as a part of their family and organize a special event for their furry friends. Halloween Howl is a special event for the dogs where they can enjoy various games and earn lots of treats. There is also a special trick-or-treat for the dogs. This event is a must-attend for the dog lovers and all the dog owners.

Admission - The charge per dog is anywhere around USD 20, and the tickets can be purchased online as well as at the venue.

4. Trek ‘N Treat Through the Grant Park

What better idea than to combine trick or treating with a trek! This fun-filled family activity lets you and your children trek through a seven-bridge trail. The kids dress up in their costumes for this fantastic haunted adventure. The trail contains 20 stations. Each station gives the children an opportunity to earn treats. They need to answer simple questions to move ahead on the trek. This is a fun annual event for children. You can also purchase eatables, pumpkins, and much more.

Admission - The entry fee is USD 2 per person, and the event takes place at the Grant Park.

5. Ghosts Under Glass and Día De Los Muertos

Ghost Under Glass and Día de Los Muertos are the two events that take place in the Mitchell Park Domes. The Ghost Under Glass happens in Tropical Domes and includes spooky adventures. The entire family is bound to enjoy a day filled with food, drinks, events and lots of fun. The children can trick or treat with their free pumpkin and bag of candy that is given to them for free on entry. 

Día de Los Muertos takes place in the Desert Dome and has a much brighter and joyful theme to it. The decorations are colorful and cheerful. The visitors can go through the entire presentations. The volunteers guide each visitor about the story of the holiday and its importance. 

Admission - The entry fee is USD 8 per person.

6. Halloween Spooktacular

The Milwaukee Country Zoo organizes the Halloween Spooktacular for children and their families every Halloween in Milwaukee. Children usually dress up in their costumes and walk around the park trick or treating. You can also enjoy the decorations and watch different animals enjoying their special Halloween treats. A parade also takes place in the zoo where everyone dresses up as different characters.

Admission - Children under two years can enter for free with adults who need to pay USD 8 for their entry. Children from 2-12 years are charged USD 7.

Halloween Events for Adults

1. The Hills Have Eyes Haunted House 

This is definitely the scariest haunted attraction in the area. It is the best place to go on Halloween in Milwaukee. The site has not one but five different attractions. So, get ready to be busy all night long. You can go through the haunted woods and the haunted house. The best part about this haunted house tour is the devil’s carnival. It is filled with music, food, and fun. You will see scary clowns walking around. 

Admission - The admission has an age limit, and only adults can go to the haunted house. Also, the ticket price keeps changing with the date. They can range from USD 25-USD 34. 

2. The Graveyard Party at The Ugly’s And the Loaded Slate

The Graveyard Party is one of the biggest parties in Milwaukee that takes place in the Ugly’s and The Loaded States. The vast area is filled with people dressed up in their spooky costumes having tons of fun. There is live DJ, food, drinks and many different activities. You can also enjoy various games and win prizes throughout the night. The party happens in a total of 20,000 sq. ft. There are four different rooms of music and eight different DJs who come to play live music for the people. Additionally, you can also participate in the haunted tour and much more.

Admission - The entry is USD 15 for the early birds, USD 20 and above for the other visitors.

The adults have a lot of things to do on Halloween in Milwaukee. There are numerous parties at different bars and restaurants with Halloween themes. Special comedy shows and horror movie marathon nights are also organized every Halloween for people to enjoy their night. All the events and festivities start a couple of days before Halloween and last till 31st of October.

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