Washingtonian.com presents readers with a look at Where to Celebrate Halloween in Washington: Haunted Houses, Scavenger Hunts, and More. With election season in full swing, Washington DC may seem like a place you’d want to avoid until the political madness subsides. Yet in the midst of it all comes everyone’s real favorite reason to party… Halloween! This year Washington DC is full of unique festivities perfect to get your mind off of the election and have some spooky Halloween fun! Whether pumpkin carving or historical ghost hunting is your thing, there is a little something for everyone on this list. Our recommended pick is the 23rd Annual Vampire Manor in Bel Alton. Where for $10, ($5 for kids), you get to experience a frightening haunted house all for the greater good as 100% of the proceeds go to benefit non-profit organizations including; Charles County Dive Rescue Inc. (Company 13), the Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department (Company 10), and drama programs at some of the local county high schools, who provided many of the volunteer actors. You’ll be sure to have a spooktacular Halloween Washington style!
Where to Celebrate Halloween in Washington: Haunted Houses, Scavenger Hunts, and MorePublished October 25, 2012 Best of , Culture , Events , The Place To Be , Uncategorized , Washington DC 1 Comment
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