Halloween Guide 2012: Miami's Best Haunted Houses, Pub Crawls, and Spooky Events UPDATED

Categories: Culture
Go ahead, let yourself get embarrassingly terrified this year.
Halloween's just a few weeks away, and already our calendar is filling up with costume parties, monster-themed pub crawls and 5Ks, and plenty of other local tricks and treats. October 31 falls on a Wednesday this year, which might mean that Halloween itself is a bit more low-key for the nine-to-fivers among you. But it also means that technically, you have two weekends to celebrate.

See also:
- South Florida's Haunted Houses: Are They Actually Scary?
- Miami's Five Spookiest Halloween Attractions

So we've compiled the best cultural events into one comprehensive guide for your spooky reveling pleasure. For Halloween music and nightlife information, check out our music blog, Crossfade.

House of Horror haunted house at Miami International Mall. Runs through Oct. 31. Tickets cost $15 - $23. Visit houseofhorrorpark.com.

Dr. Wilde's Screamatorium at Zoo Miami (12400 SW 152nd Street, Miami) runs through Oct. 30. Parental discretion is advised (so no, it's not as kid-friendly as the rest of the zoo). 8p.m. to midnight. Admission is $5. Visit miamimetrozoo.com.

The Halls of Terror at Super Wheels runs Fridays and Saturdays through Oct. 27, plus Oct. 28, 30, and 31. 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Admission costs $13. Visit thehallsofterror.com.

Haunted Mansion Tours at Curtiss Mansion run Oct. 25-31. Tours start at 8 p.m. and the cost to enter is $15 in advance or $20 at the door. Visit curtissmansionblog.com.

The Vampire Circus at Bayfront Park, running Oct. 18-31, is, naturally, a vampire-themed circus show. Tickets cost $20-$100 and showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Visit thevampirecircus.us.

Sleep Tight, "a Spanish treat for Halloween," is a Spanish film playing at Tower Theater Oct. 26 - Nov. 1. Tickets cost $10. Visit towertheatermiami.com.

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