Halloween in Rome: Parties, Dinners, Shows & Events for Kids

Halloween in Rome: Parties, Dinners, Shows & Events for Kids

In Rome for Halloween? From Wednesday night through Sunday there will be a long series of Halloween parties and events, private and public. And bear in mind that we celebrate a national holiday on Thursday, November 1st  .

Halloween party-goers are organizing/attending dozens of events for the occasion and we will provide you all the key information on a selected number of them. We hope it will be wide enough as a range of choices . But if you think we are missing some key Halloween celebrations, please let us know it posting a comment at the end of the story. Thanks!


Let’s start from the food events and dinners. If you fancy dancing around a swimming pool the event (optional dinner + party) organized at Sporting Club Parco de Medici is a must for you.

Domus Talenti, has organized a special Murder Mistery Dinner for Halloween with a menu featuring many pumpkin-based dishes.


For those who just want to party here are some clubbing and dance options. It will be a techno night at Atlantico Live, one of the biggest music venues of Rome, where Dubfire and Hardrock sofa will shake your ass with a monster jam.

Another major dance happening is at Circolo degli Artisti, one of the most famous and cheapest clubs of Rome, with their Screamadelica Halloween Party.

The deadly Back from the Grave party will take place at 30formiche with the Roman band Beats Me and live from Minneapolis the primitive garage sound of  Fuck Night.

Three young and emerging DJs will please your ears at Sans Papiers with a 6-hour long DJset: Panama Cardoons, Dj Rebel and Ciccio Dee Mario.

If you’re up for a special setting like a castle, Cave of Horrors is your late night happening: from  1am to 4pm of  November 1st, secret location!

A middle way between a concert and a show is the Macabre Dance performance at the Keiros Theatre.

Jazz lovers will enjoy the Red Wagons’ performance: 1940-50s black R&B with its mix of boogie woogie, jumpin ‘blues, rock’n’ roll and swing vibes. At Cotton Club, one of the top jazz clubs of Rome.  


Finally something for kids. The San Carlino Puppet theatre will feature a Pulcinella show on October 31st and November 1st.

Rainbow MagicLand, the theme park recently inaugurated near Rome (read story here) will have special Halloween events and decorations through November 4 and on the 31st  it will hold a mega party to celebrate Halloween with witches, vampires, shows, dances and parades of carts full of zombies. Kids with masks enter for free!

The Zoology museum of Rome has set up a 5-day event: Horror Museum on the 31st and November 1st exploring the museum at night; Museum Shivers on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to discover the secrets of the most mysterious animals.


Have Fun!