Are you currently studying in the US? If so, why not try something different this year and visit a Halloween Parade or event?
According to an informative list by Travel + Leisure, these are the best parades out there and you still have time to make plans to attend:
— Great Adventure (@SFGrAdventure) October 29, 2018
Until October 31st, you can take a trip to Jackson and explore the seven haunted mazes and five scare zones. But note that on the website, they warn that there’s no place to hide, so this event is not for the faint hearted!
This is a dog-friendly event, so if you’re into pooches and parades, this is the place for you! On the 31st October at 3:00-5:00pm, there’s a Trick-or-Treating session and at 5:00 p.m. there’s a Dog Parade on Lower Main Street for leashed and costumed dogs.
IT’S BACK! Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular, presented by @CitizensBank is open now through November 4th! 🎃
Join us in celebrating 30 years of Halloween magic, and experience more than 5,000 intricately carved pumpkins featuring scenes of fairy tales, wizards, superheroes & more. pic.twitter.com/SxXIxjgdtO
— Roger Williams Park Zoo (@RWPZoo) October 4, 2018
Situated in an incredible zoo that’s home to more than 150 rare animals around the world, this event is a great way to celebrate Halloween while checking out majestic creatures! Plus, with 5,000 carved pumpkins, it’s a spooky spectacular!
To discover more, check out this Travel + Leisure list. Since most events are over, it’s a good idea to note down the annual events that take your fancy in case you find yourself studying in the US next year…