When you were younger Halloween was easy to do; all you had to do was go out with your friends for door-to-door trick or treating; who can turn away kids looking for candy?
But as you got older, candy didn’t excite you that much, did it? You may have found yourself wondering what activities to partake in during this season. Well, wonder no more. Our Long Island Limousine has the perfect Halloween activities for you now that you’re too old to trick or treat.
Rise of the Jack O’ Lanterns
This is one of the most iconic, family-friendly events, you will find in Long Island. Visit this awe-inspiring event and be amazed by over 5000 intricately carved Jack O’ Lantern pumpkins that turn a beautiful Gold Coast mansion into an attractive but frightening light show. Here you will also get to enjoy an evening stroll through spooky woods. However, remember, tickets to this particular event are limited around the Halloween Season, and it’s, therefore, wise to purchase yours online in advance lest you find yourself barred at the gate on the day of your visit.
Pizza & Pajama Night
Head over to the Children’s Museum in Long Island with family and friends on 20th of this month for a Halloween Pizza and Pajama celebration. Here, the kids will enjoy interactive storytelling, spooky arts and crafts, and, of course, all the pizza they can eat. There are plenty of activities for the grownups as well; these include an assortment of Halloween games, a costume contest, and much more. Like the Jack O’ Lanterns event, tickets sell out fast, so purchase yours online in advance to avoid the inconvenience of being barred at the gate.
Halloween Family Movie Day
The Halloween Movie Day goes down on the 21st of this month at the College Center Building at the Nassau Community College. Dress up and drag your friends and family along for a family-friendly Halloween movie. Other activities and attractions at this event will include an arts and crafts show, a balloon show, face painting, and much more. Another amazing fact to note is that all proceeds from this event will go to the Children’s Greenhouse at the Community College.
Halloween Boat Burning
This is a two-day event scheduled for the 27th and 28th of this month at the Long Island Maritime Museum. This annual event, as the name suggests, involves the burning of a boat, which makes it one of the biggest bonfires you will ever experience. Each year a random volunteer donates an old boat, which is the burned at the harbor. Other activities include raffle drawing where you’ll have a chance to win amazing prizes and light refreshments.