Is there anything more stressful than picking out Halloweekend plans in New York City? It's hard to believe Halloween is just around the corner.

It's easy to feel like there are so many cool things to do that you might be making the wrong decision if you're too hasty. The FOMO is reaaal.

On Saturday, October 29th though, you should definitely set some time aside to bring down your kid (or niece/nephew/little sibling) down to the Haunted High Line family Halloween celebration.

From 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. (enter at 14th Street and 10th Avenue), there will be face painting, an old-timey photo booth, a scavenger hunt, seasonal treats, and live performances.

There will be a reenactment of a 1930s mother and child about the history of the High Line, an immersive Ghost Tunnel, and more fun historical events for your child to learn from.

At the beginning of the day, at 11 a.m., there will also be a story time with DJ Natalie, who founded a DJ school for babies (literal babies), so she knows how to put on a show.

There will also be food for purchase provided by La Newyorkina, Terroir, Melt, and People's Pops.


You can RSVP for this Halloween fest right here– but be forewarned that there's limited capacity and entrance is still first-come, first-served even if you do reserve a spot. Heads up!


Like we said, this event is for children and their chaperones but there are still plenty of 21+ Halloween activities for you to choose from in NYC, whether you want to enjoy a spooky themed cocktail or, if you're a little more high-key, spend the night tasting beer at the Bronx Zoo.

[via TimeOut] [Feature Image Courtesy The New York Times]