The Best Ways to Celebrate Halloween

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Spooky Season is many people’s favorite time of the year, and it’s the perfect opportunity to gather friends and family and celebrate with fun, spooky activities. Although Halloween is technically on the last day of October, many have started their celebrations since the beginning of the month due to their excitement and love for the holiday. Whether you decide to go outside or stay in, there are many different ways to celebrate this special holiday.

Trick-or-treating may be seen as a kids’ activity, but nobody said that only young children are allowed to participate. Perhaps this is the best opportunity for a taste of childhood; dress up in your best Halloween costume and walk around the neighborhood with friends as you enjoy the candy you collect from your neighbors.

If you’re already dressed up in costume, perhaps you can have a small photo shoot for the ‘Gram. After all, it’s not every day that you’d wear this outfit, so why not show it off on social media or simply materialize the memories for yourself to look back on?

If you’d rather stay indoors, there are countless spooky movies for you to choose from for a Halloween movie marathon. Horror movies aren’t for the faint of heart, but they’re the best choice to establish the holiday mood, and maybe if you have some friends with you, it won’t be as scary anymore.

On the other hand, if Halloween seems to be the best time to roam the night, then you can visit an amusement park with a spooky theme. During the month of October, Knotts’ Berry Farm transforms into Knotts’ Scary Farm, while Universal Studios Hollywood turns into Hollywood Horror Nights. These amusement parks provide a unique Halloween experience for certain: scarers patrol the area and try to catch you off guard, and the mazes all have their own themes and ways of terrifying you. Other amusement parks like Disneyland also have Halloween-themed decorations up for the month, so there are many options for you to choose from.

So what are you waiting for? Halloween only comes around once a year, so it’s time to make this one count.