Get Ready To March: Brooklyn’s Halloween Parades By Neighborhood!


Parades! Parades! Parades!

Hey, Brooklyn! There are so many kid-friendly Halloween parades happening throughout Brooklyn that we decided to list them all in one place for you. Enjoy, and make sure you send your friends to SkipKid so they can get in on the fun!

Saturday, October 22

Greenpoint Children’s Halloween Parade, Spooktacular Party & Zombie Nerf War, Greenpoint. Come in costume to walk in the children’s parade followed by a spooktacular party and a Zombie Nerf War!
Saturday, October 29

Coney Island. This 7th annual kid-friendly event promises to be better than ever with FREE entertainment, giveaways and, of course, trick-or-treating! Registration begins at 10am with a costume contest at noon.

Ft. Greene Park. The Halloween Festival will run from 12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m. and feature live music, dance workshops, games with giveaways, face-painting, a pumpkin patch, and more! Come dressed in your Halloween best and march in the costume parade around the festival.

Brooklyn Heights, Pierrepont Playground. Come dressed in costume to parade through Brooklyn Heights from 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM.

Gowanus, Thomas Greene Playground. Wear your Halloween costumes for pumpkin painting and a costume contest in Thomas Greene Playground at 3rd Avenue and Degraw Street from 2 to 4 pm.

Sunday, October 30

Park Slope, Mini Parade at the Old Stone House. Costume contest and mini-parade from 3-5 pm.

Carroll Gardens, Mother Cabrini Playground. Put on your costumes, bring some noise makers, and come celebrate Halloween a day early from 10 am to 12 pm at the Mother Cabrini Playground.

Carroll Gardens, Carroll Park. The parade kicks off at noon and assembles in front of the Park House. Post-parade snacks will be provided!

Monday, October 31

Park Slope, The Parade will kick off from 14th Street and 7th Avenue at 6:30 pm and end in JJ Byrne Playground at the Old Stone House.

Cobble Hill Park, The crowd gathers at 4 pm at the Clinton Street entrance to Cobble Hill Park and then winds its way through the park down Congress, onto Henry past the Cobble Hill Health Center and up Warren to Clinton Street.

Dumbo-Weeeeeen!, meet at Brooklyn Roasting Company for the annual March to the Arch at 4:30PM followed by crafts, costume contests, live music and candy in the Archway.