miami halloween
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Halloween is fast approaching. French Morning suggests some outing ideas to get you in the mood.

Halloween Queens, pumpkins will proudly sit at Coconut Grove's Peacock Park on the occasion of the traditional Pumpkin Patch Festival (Saturday, October 26th and Sunday, October 27th from 10am to 6pm). You'll be spoiled for choice with hundreds of pumpkins of all sizes to bring your jack-o'-lantern grimacing. Several attractions for children and some food trucks will also be there. 2820 McFarlane Rd, Miami – Infos and booking right here

Fans of thrills and thrills will push the doors of House of Death, a haunted ephemeral house that has taken up residence near the Wynwood Cemetery (until Saturday, November 2). Daring visitors will come across dark corridors of evil clowns, bloodthirsty creatures and other terrifying monsters. Sensitive souls refrain. 1700 NE 2nd Ave, Miami – Info and Reservation right here

Terrifying witches, vampires and ghosts will be swaying for a wild night at the 2019 edition of HalloWYN Block Party (Thursday, October 31 from 7pm to 3am). This free event, which will be held at the Wynwood Marketplace in Miami's street art district, will bring together DJs, a few exhibitors and several food trucks. 2250 NW 2nd Ave, Miami – Info and Reservation right here

To mark the night on Halloween, Miami Bar Crawls organizes in Brickell a new edition of its "barathon" Monster Bar Crawl, include a tour of the neighborhood bars (Thursday, October 31 from 7pm to 12am). The concept is simple: come in costume to enjoy a drink in different establishments following a previously defined route. To consume with moderation. 900 S Miami Ave # 250, Miami – Information and booking right here

The most athletic of us can line up at the Halloween Half Marathon Miami Beach (Saturday, October 26 at 7am). The start of this half-marathon will be given at South Pointe Park. The less enduring, meanwhile, will participate in the Freaky 4-Miler, a race over six kilometers, starting in the same place. 1 Washington Ave, Miami Beach – Info and booking right here

Halloween is also an opportunity for children to indulge in traditional candy treats. At Coral Gables, for Halloween On The Mile (Thursday, October 31st from 3:30 pm to 7pm), mini-witches and young vampires will be able to shout "sweets or fate" in the various Miracle Mile stores that will be ready to play. trick-or-treating. Several animations and a competition of the best disguise are announced. Miracle Mile, Coral Gables – Info right here


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