Fall is here and it’s time to start planning your Halloween fun! Whether you are looking for family-friendly events or a night on the town, check out these haunts and Eat, drink and be scary at Crazy Pour!
The Congress Plaza Hotel’s Haunted Halloween Ball combines elements of a lavish VIP nightclub with the exclusivity of a luxury hotel gala — with the terror of a haunted house!
Don’t miss out on the perfect way to start up your Halloween festivities in Chicago and book your tickets today!
Squirm in your seats as actors from Lifeline Theatre present staged readings of Poe’s terrifying stories and poetry. Its an evening of Gothic literature not to be missed.
Roam 20 hotel rooms on the haunted 5th floor of the Godfrey Hotel Chicago as you ascend to a lair of revelry at the IO Godfrey rooftop party. Tickets are $25 (with cash bar)
A luxurious masquerade ball, filled with history and mystery. Live entertainment by the Flat Cats, masques and black tie attire add to the ambiance of extravagance.
A spine-tingling immersive theatrical experience that calls upon you to hunt a ghostly mansion in search of hidden secrets. After all that spooky sleuthing, you’ll hit the Killer Dance Party.
Family Friendly Events
On Columbus Dr. moving North from Balbo to Monroe St. Join in on an evening of entertainment in one of the most important cultural districts in the nation!
Kids learn about the history of the Day of the Dead and make sugar skulls. Located at both Eugene Field Park and Mayfair Park. This event is for ages 6 and up. Each sugar skull costs $20.
Kids age 2-10 trick or treat through a museum full of live snakes and explore facts on the way. Join in games and craft projects, then hang out at the Halloween party. Registration required.
This one is free with toddler activities, trick-or-treating, and arts and crafts — plus the Haunted House at the Kovler Sea Pool and Fall Fest rides.
Located at 4434 S Lake Park Ave, it is family fun at it’s finest! Play games, visit a haunted house, enjoy candy and giveaways.
Trick or Treat on Southport – October 29, 2018 from 4:00pm – 8:00pm
The neighborhood’s favorite fall tradition features family-friendly activities, local food vendors, craft beer, music, and trick-or-treating at local businesses. Free and open to the public.