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Let your children don their scariest costumes and bring them to this safe and fun event featuring costumed characters, concert, pumpkin decorating, trick-or-treating, face painting, magic shows, and much more.
New this year will be non-food trick-or-treat items for those looking for an alternative to candy or who might have food allergies.
- Black Pearl Halloween Cruise @ Spirit of Boston - Goldstar $17-$18, Full price $20-$35 - Cirque of the Dead (adults only) @ Oberon - Goldstar $20-$30, Full price $30-$40 - Ghost Tour in Harvard Square @ Harvard Square, Cambridge - Goldstar $0-$12, Full price $12-$20 - The Werewolf @ The Rockwell, Somerville - Goldstar $0-$14, Full price $28 - Titanic Masquerade - Spirit of Boston - Full price $25, Goldstar $13 - Pirate Ship Tour @ Boston Harbor - Goldstar $6-$20; Full price $11-$39 If you are 21 or older, get ready for some massive Halloween fun at Halloween on the Harbor party crawl along the South Boston Waterfront on Friday, October 29, 7pm-10pm.
(Date, time, and cost to be confirmed for 2017) A $10 ticket (proceeds donated to a local non-profit - this year's event benefits Friends of the Port Point Channel) gets you rides on a Boston Duck shuttle departing from Seaport Hotel to all the Halloween parties at The Barking Crab, Jerry Remy's, Whiskey Priest, Atlantic Beer Garden, and more top spots along the waterfront (some bars may charge a cover). Spend the night or the weekend at Seaport Hotel (check rates & make reservations), and you won't even need a designated driver!
Detailed signs at both graveyards will help you discover where all the bodies are buried. You can expect dangerous games, desperate contestants, devised romances, and a hungry "House" who likes to eat. Improv Boston's Halloween romp aspires to be inappropriate for people of all ages, and therefore is not for children, the squeamish, the easily offended, or anyone who insists on good taste or decency.