2019 Halloween in Northern Virginia has a lot to offer for the week. There are several parades, concerts, and events going on in the Northern Virginia area. Be sure to check out the local Northern Virginia Virginia nightlife guide to find the perfect plans for Halloween weekend.
Things to Do for Halloween in Northern Virginia 2019
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Shiloh Baptist Church Trunk or Treat
at Shiloh Baptist Church
Come and join us for a FREE fun, safe, family-friendly day with lots of candy, carnival games, and awesome costumes.
Bark or Treat Canine Cruise
at Alexandria City Marina
Come out with your costumed canine and cruise to some Halloween tunes along the Potomac!
Zombie Escape at Carlyle House
at Carlyle House
The Zombie Apocalypse. D.C. was one of the first cities to fall when the apocalypse began. As such, Alexandria was a close second due to proximity. Admission: $30 online; $40 at the door
Trick-or-Treat with the Boo-tiques
at Throughout Old Town Alexandria
Start trick-or-treating early and stop by the dozens of shops of the Old Town Boutique.
5th Annual Halloween Pumpkin Hunt
at Lee-Fendall House
Alexandria’s ghosts and goblins will fill the museum’s garden with hundreds of colorful toy-filled Halloween pumpkins for local children to discover. Other activities include crafts, refreshments, spooky stories, and a costume parade.
VolAlex Costume Party
at Ivy Hill Cemetery
Once again VolAlex hosts its October event at Ivy Hill Cemetery.
at The Dog Park, 705 King St.,
It's that time of year again! You and your family—especially your doggies—are invited to come to Old Town and trick-or-treat together.
22nd Annual Del Ray Halloween Parade
at Mount Vernon and Commonwealth Avenues
Don your best Halloween costume and join thousands of participants in one of Del Ray's favorite traditions. The 22nd Annual Del Ray Halloween Parade.
Haute Halloween Workshop
at Helen Olivia Flowers
Join us for a floral design workshop in our Old Town, Alexandria studio. Here’s what you need to know about class. Our classes begin promptly, so we recommend giving yourself a little extra time to find parking and to get settled in.
Special Halloween Ghost Tour
at Alexandria Visitor Center
The Halloween Ghost Tour starts at the Alexandria Visitor Center and wraps through the back roads of Old Town stopping at places like The Christmas Attic, John Douglas Brown House, Old Presbyterian Meeting House, and many more.