In Rome for Halloween? Even if it’s not an official holiday, but just a recently imported one there are many Halloween parties and events, private and public, in Rome. And bear in mind that we celebrate a national holiday on Saturday, November 1st.
Compared with the last few years we notice an increase in activities for kids and more Mexican style celebrations.
Anyway, here’s a selection of events with a good range of choice. But if you think we are missing some key Halloween celebrations, please let us know posting a comment below.
Horror Party. A traditional venue for big Halloween parties, the Sporting Club Parco de Medici this year holds a horror jamboree with the option of seated and buffet dinner around the swimming pool. Southern Rome.
The Micca Club moves this year to northern Rome, near Ponte Milvio for its traditional Halloween party, The Divine Marquise Night.
The downtown Ducati Caffè hosts a vintage horror night with vintage music and masks from the 1980s.
Altar de Muertos. The contemporary art Gallery Mitreo Iside in southern Rome will show you the Mexican side of this feast with dances, artworks, games and rituals.
Halloween Concert at the Music Auditorium by Kay McCarthy. Celtic and Irish vibes, tales and stories.
Open-air Halloween activities will also unfold in Rome’s Zoo through November 2.
The downtown museum for kids Explora has set up special, themed labs for kids during Halloween’s weekend.