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Halloween in Pittsburgh: How to Embrace the Fright

From haunted houses and scary movies to pumpkin patches and zombie bars –– we are here to help you experience as much of the ghoulish holiday as you dare.



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The 400-Word Review: Halloween

Forty years later, a new "Halloween" resets most of the franchise and returns to form.

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Ultimate Fright Night – Spend an Evening with Hannibal Lecter

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Visit the three pillars of Halloween in the Pittsburgh area (and grab a satisfying drink after).

Zombie Pop-Up Bar Brings Immersive, Undead Imbibing

The creative team behind Scarehouse will transform the Oyster House in Market Square into a bunker meant to serve as a safe house (and place to enjoy a cocktail) in the event of an apocalyptic zombie outbreak.

How to Enjoy a Haunted House

Don't get to Halloween attractions much anymore? You might be doing it wrong.

The Glow Promises to Get You in the Spooky Spirit

Featuring 5,000 Jack o'Lanterns, The Glow offers a way for all ages to get into the Halloween spirit without scaring you half to death.

Best of the Burgh: Pumpkin Patches in the Pittsburgh Area

We’ve compiled the best pumpkin patches for fall fun.

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