Halloween in Chicago 2015


Halloween is just about 4 weeks away and in Chicago, there’s so much more to do than just trick-or-treating.  Start making your plans now to ensure the best plans and ticket prices on parties, haunted tours, and family Halloween fun.  Halloween falls on a Saturday this year, so everyone will be out and about!  Here’s our list of some of the top things to do in Chicago for Halloween 2015:

Navy Pier’s Haunted Halloween Ball: Chicago’s LARGEST Halloween party features multiple rooms and DJs, 30 cash bars, lounges, and amazing city views.  October 31st 8pm. General Admission $30/person. $20 Early Bird Rate still available!  


Boo at the Zoo Oct 17-18 and 24-25

Boo! at the Zoo at Brookfield Zoo: Kids of all ages will have fun at Brookfield Zoo’s not-so-scary Boo! at the Zoo.  Activities include a corn maze, pumpkin smasher, creepy carousel, pumpkin patch with professional carvers, haunter hayride, costume parade, and even see your favorite zoo animals be fed pumpkins.October 17, 18, 24, 25 with special late zoo hours. Regular Zoo rates.  Members Free.

Spooky Zoo Spectacular at Lincoln Park Zoo: Family fun at Lincoln Park Zoo with crafts, treats, and activities throughout the zoo. October 24th 11am-2pm.  FREE

Haunted Chicago Segway Tour: This 2.5 hour tour explores the most infamous paranormal activities through Chicago’s history and into present day.  $75+ tax per person.  By appointment only.

Dark Side of History Paranormal Tours: Many haunted history tours available from a Pub Crawl that explores Chicago’s haunted watering holes while you enjoy “spirits” to cemetery tours  $25-40 per person.  Times vary.

Halloween PubCrawl Chicago: This official pub crawl is put on by PubCrawls.com and starts at Mullen’s On Clark in Wrigleyville.  Includes access to the best bars and many costume contests and drink specials.  Three days to choose from.  October 29, 30, and 31st.  5pm-2am.  3 Day All Access Passes for $15/person

Halloween Trolley Crawl: Hop on and off trolleys to enjoy multiple late night spots on Halloween with 1,000 people each day. 30+ trolleys/busses will take you around from 5pm-midnight.  Package includes gift cards, drink specials at all locations, no cover, multiple costume contests, and even an Uber credit for new users.  October 30 and 31st.  $40/person or $60 2-day pass. 

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