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6 Halloween Events in Wisconsin

From wine-and-candy pairings to spooky nights at the zoo, there is something spooktacular going on in Wisconsin for everyone looking to celebrate Halloween. 

Ghouls and Spirits Adult Trick or Treating Party

Milwaukee 

Milwaukee Food Tours doesn’t believe Halloween should only be fun for the kiddos–and is inviting Wisconsinites to its Ghouls and Spirits Adult Trick or Treating Party for a night of ghost stories, spirit tastings and history tours. This event takes place Oct. 30 from 6 to 9:30 p.m. with admission of $70. Costumes are encouraged, and the party is 21-and-older. 

To learn more about Ghouls and Spirits Adult Trick or Treating Party and to purchase tickets, visit www.milwaukeefoodtours.com

Ghouls and Spirits Adult Trick or Treating Party

Wisconsin Fear Fest

Beaver Dam

Open every Friday and Saturday for all of October (including Halloween night), the Wisconsin Fear Fest is a terrifying night of fun for those seeking a thrill this Halloween. The fest includes a haunted house exploration, ax throwing, haunted hayrides, paintball and much more. Pricing varies by activity but begins at $5. 

To learn more about Wisconsin Fear Fest and to purchase tickets, visit www.wisconsinfearfest.com

Boo at the Zoo Drive-Thru

Milwaukee

Looking to enjoy Halloween while still practicing social distancing? The Boo at the Zoo Drive-Thru has you covered. The drive-thru is COVID-friendly and allows guests to take part in the annual event while being protected in their cars. The zoo event will have trick-or-treating via the car window, festive lights and displays, animal sightings and much more to help you celebrate Halloween safely. Admission is $55 a car, and the event will run from 5:30 to 9 p.m. on Oct. 24. 

To learn more about Boo at the Zoo Drive-Thru and to purchase tickets, visit www.milwaukeezoo.org

Halloween Adult Costume Party

Wauwatosa

With laser tag, bowling, whirly ball, dancing and a beer, wine or cocktail drink package, the Halloween Adult Costume Party in Wauwatosa is the place to be on Halloween night. Dress up for the costume contest, grab a bite at the buffet table and celebrate a spooky night. The party begins at 8:30 p.m. and runs until 10:30 p.m. Admission is $75 per person and includes drinks, fare and all activities. 

To learn more about the Halloween Adult Costume party and to purchase tickets, visit www.stayhappening.com

Hallowine and Candy Tasting

Cedarburg

Ever paired a glass of wine with your favorite childhood candy? Sunshine Winery is back for its second year for its fan-favorite Hallowine and Candy Tasting, where the winery pairs candy favorites with fine wine. There will be six surprise pairings, and admission is $75 per person. The tasting will begin at 6:30 p.m. and end at 8 p.m.

To learn more about Hallowine and Candy tasting and to purchase tickets, visit www.events.com.

Kid’s Halloween Party

Edgar

Missy’s Corner Pub is hosting a cozy, family-friendly kid’s Halloween bash at its pub. The celebration will include free food from the pub and a potluck from local neighbors, a full Bloody Mary bar for the adults, trick-or-treating, a costume contest with prizes and much more to keep the kiddos entertained. The event takes place on Halloween beginning at 11 a.m. 

To learn more about Kid’s Halloween Party, visit www.facebook.com

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