The Best Ways to Celebrate Halloween in Boston 2021
As one of the country's most historic cities, Boston, Massachusetts, is packed with lure, legend, and mystery. From Revolutionary War graveyards to haunted homes to historic taverns, Boston is a wickedly spooky and sinful city to celebrate Halloween.Pack your costume and head to Boston this October for the best Halloween parties, pub crawls, and pumpkins in New England.
Halloween Events and Costume Parties
- Frog Pond Pumpkin Float – Boston Common – October 15, 5-8 PM
- Army of Broken Toys Halloween Happening – Museum of Science – October 28th
- Sinners & Saints Haunted Party Cruise - Bay State Cruise Company – October 29th
- Halloween Bar Crawl LIVE! – Faneuil Hall Marketplace – October 23 and 30th
- Walking Dead Costume Crawl – 10 West End Bars - Oct 31
Boston's Ghosts and Graveyard Tour
Celebrate Halloween on the Boston's nightly Ghosts and Gravestones Tour. Enjoy a spooky sightseeing adventure with a trolly ride and a walking tour to through America's most historic and scariest city. See Boston's darker side as you walk through Boston's oldest graveyards.
Costumed "gravedigger" guides will entertain with tales of the city, including mysterious North End tunnels, the Day of Darkness in 1780, and the haunting ghost of Boston Harbor, the Lady in Black.
Revere Hotel Boston Common's Wicked Weekend Specials
Planning to party, pick pumpkins or go trick or treating? Make Revere Boston Common your Halloween home as you discover the city's wicked good Halloween events. Located in Boston's historic Back Bay, steps from Boston Common, Hotel Revere offers luxury rooms and suites, a rooftop bar, valet parking, and Rebel's Guild, our boldly rebellious eatery serving elevated pub fare.
Experience Boston with our hotel packages and getaway specials designed to make travel easier this this Halloween season. Shaped by local culture and Boston's independent spirit, Revere Hotel is a downtown refuge for the curious and adventurous.