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Guide to Halloween NYC

Halloween is quickly approaching, but it’s on a Wednesday. Good thing the party starts next weekend and Groundlink’s here to take you there. As the black-car service that doesn’t want you to miss a thing, we’ve put together the best, scariest, and most exciting events happening in New York before and on Halloween.

October 26th

BangOn!NYC: Warehouse of Horrors

This warehouse in Bushwick transforms into a center of arts, performances, and silent disco dance-offs. With the most delicious food, the freakiest haunted house, and a zip line show, all of your Halloween fantasies will come true. To get tickets click here

Night of Noir: A Kubrick Halloween

Just for Halloween, The Museum of the City of New York allows visitors to discover New York City’s dark side. Filled with signature cocktails, dancing, and gallery tours, The Through a Different Lens: Stanley Kubrick exhibition turns into a Halloween gala. To feel the grit, glamour, and horror of New York City in the 1940s and 50s get your tickets here

October 27th

The Night of the Crawling Dead

Eager to trick or treat? Don’t worry you’re not too old. Get the excitement through a Halloween bar crawl. Venture through Murray Hill and Midtown in your scariest costumes and get the best treats from bar to bar. To fulfill your inner treat or treater get tickets to the crawl here.

Titanic Masquerade

Did you love the movie Titanic? Well, here’s your chance to live out your Jack and Rose fantasies. Experience live DJ’s, several bars, and a plethora masquerade masks on a this luxurious 3-Hour Party Cruise. Get your tickets here

October 28th, 29th & 30th

On Sunday, Monday and Tuesday events start to slow down. To supplement the events and stay in the Halloween spirit, Happy Hours are always an option. Check out this list of the best NYC Happy Hours and get to bar hopping. Don’t forget to wear your masks.

October 31st

Le Fanfare

Get your costume ready and head to dinner after work. Wild Honey Pie, an artist collective, is holding a Halloween themed dinner party topped off with Le Fanfare’s Three-course Italian menu and a variety of cocktails, of course. Click here to reserve your spot.


Itching to go to a haunted house? Get mummies, killer nurses, mad scientists close to home. Check out the blood manor in Tribeca, but don’t go alone. You’ll need a couple of friends to watch your back. Be terrified together by getting tickets here

Now that you know what’s going on, it’s time to get there:

After all of the dancing, laughing and horror, you’re going to need a ride home. As your black car service, we want to make sure that you have the most luxurious, adventurous and safe Halloween. Read below to see how Groundlink will ensure that you have a carefree celebration:

Going to one event?  

Avoid the stress of finding a ride home by reserving a ride and return trip through Groundlink’s appwebsite or by calling (855) 747-6863.

Going to multiple events?   

Make a reservation for an hourly car that will drive you to each event safely.

Going out with a group of friends?

Add stops to your ride and enjoy your night together!

Wherever you decide to celebrate, Groundlink will take you there.

Happy Halloween!

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