Posted on October 27, 2018

Halloween, Baltimore

It’s Halloween, you’ve dusted off your Frankenstein costume and it’s time to party. But where? What? A Haunted Ghost Tour or a Costume Themed Happy Hour? We’ve compiled a list of cool events to get your haunt on this Halloween Weekend. Click on the links for more information.


B&O Railroad Museum Wizards and Witches Weekend

October 27th and 28th

901 W Pratt St

Baltimore, MD 21223

Whether your kids are house Firedor or Conductorin, Boxclaw or Enginepuff, they’ll love the B&O Railroads Wizarding weekend, featuring a magical maze, a raffle for a railroading book or a free cone card from The Charmery, a science and potioning class, and train rides on the Wizarding express!

General Museum Admission: $20 for Adults, $17 for Seniors (60+), $12 for children (2-12)

Coach Class Train Rides tickets are $3 for adults, $2 for children with paid admission and are only available for purchase at admissions. Admission and Train Rides are Free for B&O Railroad Members!


Fright Fest at Six Flags

Through October 28th

13710 Central Ave

Upper Marlboro, MD 20774

Haunted Mazes, Zombies and Ghouls strolling around the park, a Voodoo filled Mardi Gras celebration, and of course, some of the spookiest thrill rides on the planet like Wonder Woman’s Lasso of Truth and The Joker’s Jynx.

Daily Admissions prices as low as 41.99


Kiddie Halloween Hayrides

Through October 28th, 1PM-3PM

Howard County Living Farm Heritage Museum

12985 Frederick Road, West Friendship, MD 21794

Nothing says Fall like a good ol’ fashioned Hayride. Your kids will like walking through the corn maze (Or is it a Maize Maze?), and love the Storybook characters they’ll meet on the way. There’s Candy, Games, a wealth of fun things to do.

Admission: $5 for kids under 12, Free for Adults!

Haunted House, Haunted Maze, and Haunted Hayride

Through October 28th. 7-10PM Friday, 7-9PM Sunday

Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds

1490 General’s Highway, Crownsville MD 21032

The 29th Annual Anne Arundel Halloween Celebration promises sights and frights, food and fun! This all ages event has a Beer and Wine Gardens, and various rides, including Pony and Camel Rides!

$15 for adults. Kids 6 and Under get in for free! This is a cash only event, but there are plenty of ATM's available.

Ghosts, Baltimore


Fort Howard’s Haunted Dungeons

Weekends Through November 2nd, 6PM-11PM

Fort Howard Park

9500 North Point Rd, Fort Howard, MD 21052

Explore the woods around Fort Howard park, before exploring the haunted dungeons below it. Food Drinks and Hot Chocolate will be provided, and there are waiting areas for kids too young for the terrors in the dungeon. Enter at your own risk!

General Admission: $17


MICA’S Haunted House

October 27 3PM - 7PM


1601 W Mount Royal Ave, Baltimore MD, 21217                                                 

America’s greatest Art School presents the craziest Haunted House in the city! Come see what the MICA kids have cooked up. This year’s theme is “Meet the Neighbors, a Suburban Hellscape.” There will be elaborate exhibits and awesome, unique costumes.

General Admission: $10, $5 for MICA students.

Halloween, Fells Point, Baltimore, Max's On Broadway

The Official Baltimore Bar Crawl

October 27, 1PM-9PM

S Broadway

Baltimore, MD 21231

Fells Point’s Halloween is back! Ten Bars, Drink Specials, Live DJ’s, a Costume Contest, and a Raffle for great prizes! Buy tickets ahead of time for a Souvenier Mug, cover free entrance into the bars, and exclusive food and drink specials.

It’s free to travel, but $30 to get all the amenities.


Halloween Silent Film and Orchestra Concert: A Page of Madness (1926)

Oct. 31, 2018, 7:30 PM - 9:30

2640 Saint Paul Street

Baltimore, MD 21218

Brought to you by Occasional Symphony, this annual event provides a soundtrack to your favorite spooky silent films of yore. This year’s horror masterpiece is A Page of Madness, directed by Teinosuke Kinugasa.

General Admission: $15


The Official Houdini Seance

Oct. 31, 2018 6:30PM - 9:30PM

Jewish Museum of Baltimore

15 Lloyd St, Baltimore, MD 21202

The 91st annual Houdini Seance comes to Baltimore for the first time. It features magicians, exhibitions, and an official seance. It could be the most Halloween event in the city, so swing by and get in touch with the Spirit World.

General Admission: $50

There's always so much more to do in this city and state, so much we can't fit in one blog post. For more information on what's happening around town this all Hallowed weekend, check out Visit Maryland.

And hey, while you're here, if you're interested in a beautiful, and definitely non-haunted place in Fells Point, check out our latest listing at 312 Regester St.



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