Enjoy a good scare at these Chicago and suburban locations!
Halloween is around the corner, and it’s time to fill the night with fright! Explore things that go bump in the night and enjoy a good scare at these frightening Chicago and suburban locations!
Attend the 2nd annual Halloween Gathering Festival and Parade on the Chicago Cultural Mile! The Halloween festival features fun, family events such as a kid’s costume parade, theatricks stage, conjure tent for arts & crafts, and an enchant tent for athletic activities such as dancing and yoga. Night is when the fun begins with the Halloween Gathering parade, spanning the Cultural Mile with costumes, music, and special performances. The parade will be led by the Creative Spirit Fellows, 13 of Chicago’s most influential creative leaders. Free for the public and only a 4 minute walk from 73 East Lake or an 11 minute walk from Columbus Plaza.
Walk through a haunted house — if you dare! The Disturbia Screams in the Park features a Victorian-style house, appearing normal but grows increasingly scarier as you descend to lower levels. The park has even added new areas such as Dark Swamp and Sewers of the Underworld for only the bravest to explore. Enjoy 40 minutes of fright, only a 14 minute drive from Kingston Pointe.
Learn about the spooky past of Chicago and attend one of the Chicago Haunting Tours. Now in its 13th year, the original Chicago Haunting Tour features a classic ghost bus tour with stops along the city. Enjoy themed tours such as the Gothic Chicago Tour, Resurrection Mary Tour or the Devil in the White City tour. Book a private tour today, most leaving from the fabled Congress Plaza Hotel and only a 12 minute walk from AMLI 900.
The Scream Scene has been terrifying visitors since 1997! Located at the Skokie Water Playground, the Scream Scene haunted house features an insane clown maze or a “lights on” haunted house for the faint of heart. Only a 13 minute drive from The Reserve Glenview.