Hello, how are you? Today, Miami Design Agenda have the Where celebrate the Halloween in Miami. See below our suggestions for Miami Halloween:
House of Horror Amusement Park at International Mall
Through November 2nd
For a true haunted house fright fest, a visit to the House of Horror Amusement Park is a must. Not for the faint of heart, this two-acre haunted house features more than 25 different terrifying scenes, over 30 creepy characters lurking in the shadows, and it promises to make you shriek. There’s also plenty of fun for the little ones. The park also boasts carnival rides, concession stands, circus sideshow acts and live musical performances for a fright-filled night of fun.
The Vampire Circus showcases live entertainment, based on the multidisciplinary skills of 30 world-class artists showcasing theater, dance and gymnastics. The cast is an eclectic mix of professional that includes the most renowned clown in the world “Slava the Clown,” magicians trained from the original folklore, world champion acrobats and gymnasts recruited from the top acrobatic clubs across the globe who have achieved Guinness Book of Records fame.
The show, held at the Colony Theater in Miami Beach, is inspired by the magical and captivating allure of legendary traveling carnivals.
Monster Splash Daytime Splash & Nighttime Bash at Miami Seaquarium
Friday, October 24- Sunday, October 26 & Friday, October 31; 2pm – 10pm
Little ghosts and goblins get set for big fun at Miami’s biggest kid-friendly Halloween Extravaganza at Miami Seaquarium’s Monster Splash Daytime Splash & Nighttime Bash. This year’s event features trick-or-treating at Sharky’s Sweet Tooth Station; kiddie rides and bounce houses at the Little Monsters Play Area; the Monsters in the Mangrove Haunted Walk; Flipper’s Dance Party and the only place in Miami to enjoy Halloween themed marine animal show. Halloween themed marine animal shows to give guests a fright includes a daytime Superheroes Killer Whale Show, Flipper’s Thrills and Chills, Finding Hemo sea lion show along with the splashy fun of the Swashbuckling Pirate Top Deck dolphin Show. Miami Seaquarium is offering a special reduced rate after 5pm.
Saturday, October 25, 8pm-2am
At Nightmare on the Beach guests can expect to enjoy visual treats, electronic beats and whimsical performers as Villa Vecchia in Miami Beach is transformed from dark into light, from Nightmare into Dream.
Enjoy bites from some of Miami’s best restaurants and caterers and sip drinks from the open bar as you party well into the next day. This party is a memorable one with costumes, performers and a few surprise throughout the night.
VIP tickets and a limited number of VIP Tables with unlimited bottles are also available.Tickets support The Little Lighthouse Foundation. Must be 21 and older to attend.