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VKB: 5 Things To Do In DMV Area This Halloween 

Our pick of bewitching Top 5 things to do in the DMV area this Halloween include the revamped Field of Screams, spooky storytelling, ghostly walks, and glitzy pub crawl.


Grab your broomsticks for a ghoulishly day out at our top 5 Halloween events taking place across the DMV area.


This Halloween, kids, and families can head to our iconic events with thrilling rides, eclectic crafts, and trick or treat themed parties.


Come darkness, for those who are brave enough – explore some of DC’s eeriest trails, corn maze, and discover the darker side of history. Check out our list of top 5 things to do in the DMV area this Halloween.


Field of Screams


Want to be spooked by some spirits of the dead? Field of Screams is just the place for you.


With four haunted attractions, be ready as it’s the number one scream park in the DMV area. Grab your tickets early this year and get set to scream your lungs out.


You can find Field of Screams at 4501 Olney Laytonsville Rd, Olney, MD. Click here for directions.


Fear Forest


Not for the faint-hearted, Fear, Forest offers an overnight fight off with zombies through the pulse-pounding corn maze.


Experience loud scares, sudden thunder, stimulated violence, and gut-wrenching darkness all in one place. Not recommended for kids below 12 years.


You can find Fear Forest at 6340 Oak Shade Rd, Harrisonburg, VA. Click here for directions.


Fright Fest at Six Flags America


Fright Fest at Six Flags America offers thrilling rides, haunted houses, and several spooky shows.


They promise to bring you horror with their wandering Ghouls and extreme programs laced with violence and graphic images. Trust us. It’ll be an evening full of treats and terror.


You can find Fright Fest at Six Flags America at 13710 Central Ave, Bowie, MD. Click here for directions.


The Death Trail


If you’re brave enough, explore the scariest woods in the DMV area. They’ll surely haunt you for days to come. It has a reputation for ghostly happenings and terrifying entertainment based on the Montclair Tabernacle Church.


The Death Trail follows a spooky pathway, including fantastic decor and some terrific activities post the sundown. This is why we think it’s among the top 5 things to do in the DMV area this Halloween.


You can find The Death Trail at 16120 Dumfries Rd, Dumfries, VA. Click here for directions.


Vienna’s Annual Halloween Parade


This spooky season, grab your squad and bring out your most devilish outfits to march around Vienna. Anyone and everyone can participate and parade through Maple Avenue.


Vienna’s Annual Halloween Parade is filled with live-action, entertaining performances, spooky storytelling, and a vibrant environment. Be it rain, snow, or shine, and the parade will take place as planned.


You can find Vienna’s Annual Halloween Parade at Maple Avenue, Vienna, and Virginia. Click here for directions.