Halloween in Miami: All Hallows’ Eve southern Florida style

Halloween em Miami: uma noite de bruxas ao estilo do sul da florida

South Florida is characterized by its frenzied lifestyle, and as it turns out, Halloween in Miami couldn’t be an exception. Parties and all kinds of events are staged in the city for the enjoyment of adults and youngsters who get swept up in one of the spookiest and craziest nights.

Even though it is a festivity originated from Ireland, the United States adopted it and in doing so turned it into one of the most popular festivities in the country. On the night of 31 October, on the eve of All Saints’ Day, both grown-ups and children are spurred to put on their best costumes and deck out their houses to revel in this spooky soiree.

That is why we have listed for you a number of terrifying events that are to be held in different parts of the city, and will surely make you scream. Nightspots, outdoor areas will be the backdrop of a unique experience that anyone willing to enjoy it won’t ever forget.

What about visiting a haunted hotel, what do you say to that?

The mythical Biltmore Hotel is not for the faint-hearted scared of the adrenaline release fear triggers. A place with almost one hundred years of history, where, according to all accounts, you may come across ghosts of the famous gangsters once hosted here.

The Biltmore’s incredible party in the Country Club Ballroom offers open bar, buffet-style dinner and a funny costume contest in which only the most original and harrowing will take the much sought-after prize. All of this will take place the next Friday 26 at 8:00 pm.


Address: 1200 Anastasia Avenue Coral Gables, FL 33134

Phone number: 855-311-6903


Halloween on Lincoln Road  

All is set for what surely is going to be one of the most awaited events. Thousands of partygoers meet yearly to celebrate Halloween; a gratuitous opportunity that will fill the streets of Lincoln Road with the best of vibes starting Tuesday 31 from 5:00 pm. Suitable for the whole family till 8:00 pm.


Address: Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Halloween in Wynwood

All magic potions have already been concocted for the major event the popular Art District has planned this All Saints’ Eve.  This festival brings together every lover of arts, food and drinks in the ideal venue to celebrate the most terrifying night of the year. Food sellers will cater to the expectations of your palate with succulent dishes, while beating out the music rhythms of the best DJs of Miami and feasting your eyes on the artistic areas of Wynwood.

The Mana Wynwood awaits you this Tuesday 31 from 7:00 pm. Come with your best costume and you may win one of the cash prizes offered.


Address: 2308 NW 5 Ave, Miami, FL 33127

Phone number: 305-461-2700

PAMMween, a night of artistic horror

The Art Pérez Museum of Miami (PAMM) features, for old and young alike, a spooky adventure where children may go on a treasure hunting and enjoy a number of activities where cool prizes are the spur needed to participate.


Address: 1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132

Phone number: 305-375-3000

As you may realize, the city of Miami is ready to make this Halloween the darkest, scariest and most raving night you could ever experience. Don’t miss out on the chance of creating spooky, endearing and lasting memories this October.