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Halloween Fun for All Ages in Pittsburgh

When October comes, it’s time to switch on our spooky side. Even though we are past the middle of October by now, there is still more than enough time for you to celebrate this ghostly month in Pittsburgh. In order to access all of the fun places without burning yourself out, you could employ the services of our Pittsburgh car service. Whether you are searching for scary haunted houses, carving pumpkins, marching in a costume parade, etc., there is something for everyone. Check out some of the fun Halloween activities you can enjoy in Pittsburgh.


Hogwarts Halloween

This fall, Harry Potter, Hermione, Ron, and Dumbledore will be there to take pictures with fans as well as to transform the Oakland library into a temporary school of magic. This is one of the more interesting Halloween events of the season. You can become a potential student and get a free wand down at the Oakland Library.


The Scarehouse Tour

The Scarehouse is one of Pittsburgh’s scariest places with a staff of over 100 just to ensure you’re totally shaking to the core. The tour is made up of 3 main haunting sections: The Summoning, the Inferno, and Nocturnia. Also, adults over the age of 18 can access the Basement where visitors got blindfolded and exposed to different scary scenarios.


Hundred Acres Manor Haunted House

Located in Bethel Park, this is one of the largest and most renowned haunted attractions in Pittsburgh according to reviews. It spans over a mile and is considered to be one of the scariest places in the world. Therefore, take a ride and come face to face with some of the most life-like and horrifying monsters, zombies, creatures, and pretty much anything that can show up in your worst nightmares.


Phantom Fright Nights

Kennywood has been going strong with his Halloween event called Phantom Fright Nights for over 15 years now. It features redecorated rides, screenings of ‘Friday the 13th’ in a 4-D theater, as well as other haunted attractions. It is not recommended for children below 13. It opens on Sundays and tickets go for $34.


Monster Mile Family Walk

Halloween at Alameda Park will hold a marching parade with participants wearing costumes and walking through the park. The walk starts at the Masonic Shelter towards Odd Fellow Loop with four different stations in the middle. Here, your kids will receive a free carved pumpkin, get their faces painted, take part in crafting, enjoy candy shops. Etc. Strollers and wagons are widely encouraged.

Posted on Oct 24 2017

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