Looking for some great Halloween fun in the Washington, DC Area? Duringthe month of October, celebrate Halloween and get spooked at a hauntedhouse, romp around a pumpkin patch or go on a haunted city tour orthrough a haunted forest in Washington, DC, Maryland or Virginia.
Fright Fest at Six Flags America
October 2-31, 2010. Mitchellville, Maryland. Enjoy the spookyattractions and shows at one of the Washington, DC Area’s largestHalloween celebrations. Enjoy a family friendly event with streetentertainment, your favorite rides in the dark and a specialtrick-or-treat trail just for kids.- Buy Tickets Online
Halloween Haunt at Kings Dominion
September 25-October 31, 2010. Doswell, Virginia. The amusement parkfeatures nine mazes, five scare zones and more monsters and creepersthan ever before. While the attractions of Haunt bring out the scaresat night, families and children may still enjoy Halloween fun ofHowl-O-Fest, the ultimate kids Halloween party. During daylight hours,age-appropriate Halloween Fun awaits little ghouls and goblins inKidZville and Nickelodeon Central.
Boo at the Zoo
October 22-24, 2010, 5:30-8:30 p.m. National Zoo, Washington, DC. Visitbats, spiders, owls, and other animals at the zoo whiletrick-or-treating. Enjoy animal encounters, keeper talks, festivedecorations, and haunted trails at the annual National Zoo’s Halloweencelebration. Costumed volunteers will hand out candy at more than 40treat stations.
Night of the Living Zoo
October 29, 2010, 8 p.m. to midnight. National Zoo, Washington, DC.Enjoy an adults-only Halloween party with bone-chilling performances,live music and a costume contest.
Visit a Pumpkin Patch
Find here the best pumpkin patches in the Washington, DC area, including Maryland and Virginia.
Corn Mazes in Maryland and Virginia
Inrecent years, this has become a favorite family fun way to celebratethe Halloween season. Stroll through a giant corn maze and find puzzlepieces that will complete your own maze map.
Ghost Tours in Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia
Take a guided walking tour and hear ghost stories and legends aboutinfamous haunted places such as Lafayette Square Park, HistoricAlexandria or downtown Annapolis. Find ghost tours around the region.
DC Drag Queen Race
Each year, the Tuesday before Halloween, a crowd gathers in DupontCircle for an informal street parade and race of costumed drag queens.See photos and details.
Halloween Costume Parties in Washington, DC for Adults
For adults ages 21 and over. Gather your friends and get creative anddress up for a night of fun and frolicking. Find the details ofnightclub events.
Halloween Movies and Horror Films
See the schedule of spooky movies showing around the DC area.
Greenbelt Pumpkin Walk and Carving Festival
October 22 & 23, 2010. Greenbelt, Maryland. Enjoy jack o’lanterncarving while listening to live musical entertainment, followed thenext evening by a nighttime pumpkin-lit wooded trail walk. The walk isnot spooky and is appropriate for children and adults.
Air & Scare at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
October 23, 2010, 2-8 p.m. National Air and Space Museum, Chantilly,Virginia. Join creepy space aliens, mysterious astronauts and ghostlypilots for safe, indoor trick-or-treating. Visitors will enjoy storytimes, face-painting stations, hands-on activities, free screenings ofan episode of “The Jetsons” in the Imax Theater, karaoke, simulation games and robotics demonstrations.
Silver Spring Zombie Walk
October 23, 2010, Pre-walk party at the Quarry House Tavern, 8401Georgia Ave. begins at 8 p.m., Walk departs at 9:30 p.m. from thecorner of Georgia Ave. and Bonifant St. The event concludes at the AFISilver Theatre, 8633 Colesville Rd., for a special screening of the2004 British romantic zombie comedy Shaun of the Dead.
Vienna Halloween Parade
October27, 2010, 7 p.m. Maple Avenue (Route 123) from Branch Road to CenterStreet. Vienna, Virginia. This year’s theme is “Vienna CelebratingCommunity Service”. The parade brings the community together to showoff their Halloween costumes.
Kennedy Center - Spooky Sounds and Scary Tales
October 31, 2010, 1 & 3 p.m. Celebrate Halloween with the NationalSymphony Orchestra and come dressed in your spookiest get-up for the“spirited” concert, including a chance to trick-or-treat. Age 5+. Comeearly for the Musical Instrument “Petting Zoo,” a project of theWomen’s Committee for the NSO. Immediately following the 3 p.m.performance, meet concert artists for a free Kids’ Cha
I found the above Best Halloween Events 2010, hope all friends here have funs!