How about on a cruise?
On Saturday, October 31st, Boston Harbor is the site of two special Halloween cruises: What we know as the Spirit of Boston yacht turns into the “Titanic Masquerade,” and the Provincetown II becomes the “Haunted Ghost Ship.” DJs on each ship make sure the dancing lasts throughout these 21-and-older adventures on water. The Titanic Masquerade boards at 9:30 pm, departs at 10:00 pm and returns to land at 1:00 am. The Provincetown II pulls off earlier in the evening, leaving at 7:30 following a 6:45 boarding time, and returning at 10:30 pm. Meet at Seaport World Trade Center, 200 Seaport Blvd. (866-254-8949). Individual and group tickets are available.
How about along Broadway?
The South Boston Chamber of Commerce invites you to join others wandering East and West Broadway in search of treats on Friday, October 30th, from 4:00 – 6:00 pm. Local businesses – with orange and black posters prominently displayed — can’t wait to share their sweets with the costumed visitors.
How about at a museum?
Thursday night, October 29th, is Boston grown-ups night at Boston Children’s Museum. While guests (21 and older only) enjoy the cash bar, costume contest and creepy and creative activities throughout the exhibits, KISS 108 DJ Rich DiMare will keep the tunes coming. 7:00 – 11:00 pm. 308 Congress Street (617-986-3649). Purchase tickets ($25) in advance.
How about at the Harbor?
Start at TAMO Bistro & Bar at the Seaport Hotel on October 31st, and then take a DUCK Boat to any or all of the other bars participating in Halloween on the Harbor for cool cocktails, appetizers and special treats: Capiz Lounge at the Renaissance Hotel; M.J. O’Connor’s; Whiskey Priest; Atlantic Beer Garden; The Barking Crab; Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar & Grill; Temazcal Tequila Cantina; No Name Restaurant. 21 and older only. Tickets are $5. Proceeds benefit the Friends of Fort Point Channel .
Blog post by the Joyce Lebedew Real Estate Team
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