Spending Halloween Via Mini Bus Rental in New York City

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With October only around two months away, it is never too early to plan a Halloween trip with your workmates or with any group. You can hire a mini bus rental in New York City and visit as many of the best venues to spend Halloween as you can.


A mini bus rental in New York City can accommodate up to 40 people, so it is really the ideal transportation option for small to medium-sized groups.


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Now where should you go to celebrate Halloween in New York City? Here are some suggestions:


The Haunted Ghost Ship


If you and your group are party people and if you cannot resist a night full of wild excitement plus Halloween costumes, then join the Haunted Ghost Ship at the Cabana Yacht - Skyport Marina on East 23rd Street and FDR Drive New York.


In this Midnight Party Cruise, you will get to enjoy panoramic views of the city aboard a yacht, a live DJ and cash bar.


To buy tickets and to know more about the boarding time, go to http://www.clubzone.com/events/663773/new-york/cabana-yacht-%EF%BF%BD-skyport-marina/the-haunted-ghost-ship


Village Halloween Parade


Join this annual masquerade at Sixth Ave., from Spring St. to 16th St. Do not forget to turn up in your costume in order to blend with the crowd.


Halloween Extravaganza


The Conference House Association is hosting a Halloween Extravaganza, which will be featuring a costume parade, a tour to the haunted kitchen, a magician, hay rides and many more. This event is slated for October 19, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. It will be at the Outside Conference House Park on Hylan Blvd. and Satterlee St., in Staten Island.


Call (718) 984-0415 for more information about this event.


If you are going as a group, make sure to book a mini bus rental in New York City ahead of time. You can also opt for a sprinter van if you are a group of 10 people or less.


Halloween Festival


Join the Halloween Festival and have some spooky fun with the gang. There will be craft projects, a costume contest, rides, and free giveaways, among many others.


The festival takes place at 33rd Road and 215th Place in Crocheron Park, in Queens.


Haunted Lantern Tours


If you want to have a different Halloween experience this year, you can join the Haunted Lantern Tours. In the lantern tour, the Urban Park Rangers mix Halloween and history by taking you to the historic Water Battery at Fort Totten Park in Queens.


Call (718) 352-4793 x.301 for more information about the Haunted Lantern Tours.


Harvest Fest and Pumpkin Patch


Have a fun-filled afternoon with the entire family at the Harvest Fest and Pumpkin Patch at the Botanical Garden in 43-50 Main Street, Queens. There will be music, garden walks, nature walks, composting demos, crafts, food and beer, and a Children's Activity Table.


For more inquiries, call (718) 886-3800.


Halloween Haunted House


Looking for some thrills and chills? Visit the Haunted House at Queens County Farm Museum, Queens Farm Park in 73-50 Little Neck Parkway, Queens. There will also be Halloween treats, hayrides, pumpkins, mulled cider and apples.


For inquiries, call (718) 347-3276.


Children's Fall Festival


Are you spending Halloween with the kids? Then the Children's Fall Festival at the Queens County Farm Museum in Queens Farm Park, 73-50 Little Neck Pkwy, in Queens, is just the perfect place to go to. The festival offers Halloween fun for children of all ages and everyone is invited to be in their costumes. You can take part in the games, have fun in the bounce houses, watch magic shows, visit the petting zoo, go on pony rides, among many others. There will also be professional character look-a-likes who will be adding to the fun. Craft vendors will be displaying and selling their fall craft items, as well as food.


Call (718) 347-3276 for more information.


Pumpkin Fest


Take Part in the Pumpkin Fest at the Central Park Bandshell, Enter at 72nd Street. The Pumpkin Fest is NYC's annual celebration of the fall harvest and takes the best autumn season traditions.


Among the many attractions are the Haunted House, which is a spooky house at Bethesda Fountain; the Pumpkin Patch, where kids can take home a free sugar pumpkin; pumpkin decorating; Live Quidditch Matches; pumpkin carving; marionette performances; arts and crafts; Pride of NY Farmers' Market; and live entertainment.


All of these events are open to everyone for free.


There will also be performances by Beetleguy and other Jestmaster walkabout characters, The Kidrockers and The Big Apple Circus.


Halloween Extravaganza and the Procession of the Ghouls


The Halloween Extravaganza and Procession of the Ghouls takes place every year at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. The evening starts with a silent horror film that is accompanied by eerie organ music, then followed by an orchestrated parade of Ralph Lee-designed Halloween puppets marching through the Cathedral.


This event is usually held on the Friday before Halloween and is an ideal chance to wear your favourite costume. The early performance is more family-friendly while the later one is more geared toward the adults in attendance.


The event often sells out, so it is best to get your tickets in advance.


The cathedral is at Amsterdam Avenue on 112th Street. Call (212) 316-7540 for more information.


Finalize your Halloween plans with your group and book a mini bus rental in New York City now!


Endless Night New York Vampire Ball


If all of you are adults and would want to spend Halloween at a top-notch venue, then attend the Endless Night Vampire Ball in New York. This is a formal masquerade ball where you could meet fellow vampire wannabes and enthusiasts. The ball has a rather strict dress code and requires you to dress as a blood sucking temptress or any Dracula-inspired character. You can check out the event's Web site at http://www.endlessnight.com/ for more information about what you are allowed to wear and to know more about ticket prices.


The ball will take place at Club Element, on 225 East Houston Street, in New York, NY.


Halloween PubCrawl NYC


Another for-adults-only Halloween events are pub crawls, which take place in various pubs within the city. To know more about the Halloween PubCrawl, do check out this site: http://www.clubzone.com/events/646932/new-york/new-york-city-pub-crawl/halloween-pubcrawl-nyc


Boo at the Bronx Zoo


Boo at the Bronx Zoo is an annual family-oriented Halloween celebration that is held on the weekends of October. There will be face painting, pumpkin painting, and storytelling, among the special Halloween-themed fun. All these activities are already included with your Zoo admission fee.




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