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Your Guide to Halloween 2023 in Baltimore

Your Guide to Halloween 2023 in Baltimore

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HalloweenReady to plan the best Halloween ever? There are so many parties and events happening in Baltimore this October. We’ve put together a calendar with everything from a costume contest within a bike ride to a spooky booze cruise!

Friday, October 20th
6:30pm – Learn how to create some spooky spirits at Old Line Spirit’s cocktail class, taught by an expert mixologist. You’ll get 2 festive recipes that will be perfect to have in your repertoire for the rest of the season.

Saturday, October 21st
12pm – Learn the spooky science behind Halloween fun at the Maryland Science Center’s first Halloween event of the year. You can take your costume out for a spin and check out the museum’s many great exhibits.

7pm – Dazzling lanterns will light up the sky in Patterson Park for the annual Great Halloween Lantern Parade & Festival. After more than 20 years, this is one of Baltimore’s longest-running Halloween events.

Tuesday, October 24th
7pm – Get your craft on after work at a sugar skull workshop at Pariah Brewing Company. Learn about this beautiful Mexican tradition and enjoy food from Cocina Luchdoras.

Thursday, October 26th
5pm – Night-mare at the museum! The American Visionary Art Museum is hosting an after-hours Halloween bash with crafts and spooky fun.

10pm – Ready to kick off the weekend a little early? Why not! Head to Power Plant Live for the Halloween Rally: Glow Edition. Be sure to get your ticket early though, this popular event usually sells out.

Friday, October 27th
6pm – Join the Baltimore Museum of Industry for a spooky square dance and haunted honkey tonk. Dance instructors will teach you some moves, then you can show off at your next Halloweekend party.

6:45pm – Bike lovers won’t want to miss Baltimore Bike Party’s Halloween ride. Put on your costume, then get pedaling for a ride through the city. Then, join the group for an afterparty at Union Craft Brewing.

Saturday, October 28th
12pm – Enjoy some “boos” while you browse at Ottobar’s Halloween market! They’ll have special Halloween cocktails and over 30+ vendors to peruse.

1pm – The best way to show off your costume? A Halloween-themed bar crawl. Visit 10+ bars all around Fell’s Point and compete in one of the area’s largest costume contests. There will be plenty of drink deals, too.

8pm – Another event at the Maryland Science Center is one of the city’s biggest parties. From the rooftop dance party, to a Talking Heads tribute set, your ticket gets you access to tons of frightfully fun activities. A VIP pass even lets you skip the drink line!

10pm – Looking for a slightly smaller party? Check out Barcocina’s Halloween event. A $40 ticket gets you access to an open bar with music by DJ Mic_L. It’s a great place to party with your ghouls.

11pm – Want to spend the night on the harbor? The Spirit of Baltimore yacht’s party cruise is a super unique way to celebrate this Halloweekend. With 3 decks and 2 different DJs, this boo-ze cruise has it all.

Sunday, October 29th
10am – Recover from a fun night out with Halloween brunch at The Point. Or, get the party started again with $25 bottomless drinks. Either way, you can enjoy delicious food, like Chicken & Waffles, or a MD Crab Benedict.

10am – Zoo Boo is another great way to close out Halloweekend. The Maryland Zoo will be decked out for the holiday with games, contests, entertainment, and more. Costumes encouraged!

Happy Halloween, Promenade residents! If you go to any of these events, or want to show us your costume, tag us on Instagram, @ThePromenadeHE.

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