DNAinfo Offers Halloween Special for New York City

Waiting until the last minute to make Halloween plans? DNAinfo.com has a comprehensive neighborhood guide to Halloween in New York City, including ghostly

haunts, safe places for trick or treating with kids, and the best city locations for pumpkin picking.

“As New York City’s leading neighborhood news source, DNAinfo.com has uncovered unusual, safe and fun Halloween activities for kids and adults across Manhattan,” said Leela de Kretser, publisher and editorial director for DNAinfo.com. “Our team of
reporters found fantastic local activities that prove that New York is still the number one destination for Halloween.”

DNAinfo.com’s Halloween Guide includes:
* Safe Places for Kids to Trick or Treat: Surprisingly, there are a wealth of safe opportunities for kids to trick or treat in Manhattan, including children’s parades in Greenwich Village and the Upper West Side, and community block celebrations in a number of neighborhoods including West 69th Street, East 92nd Street and West 121st Street.
* Haunted Locations in NYC: DNAinfo’s list of supposedly haunted locations around the borough includes a mysterious lady spotted at the Merchant House Museum in NoHo, the notoriously haunted Dakota building on the Upper West Side, and outdoor spots such as Inwood Hill Park.
* The City-Slicker’s Guide to Pumpkin Picking: Manhattanites might be surprised to realize that there are numerous places to pick-your-own pumpkin just a subway, ferry or train ride away.
* An Interactive Guide to the Halloween Parade: Take an interactive tour of the Greenwich Village parade ahead of Monday night’s festivities.

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