Nantucket Halloween Festivities

Nantucket Halloween Festivities


Happy official Halloweekend, Nantucket! Per usual, there are a lot of activities happening on island for all ages. We've rounded up a few of our favorites to help you celebrate all weekend long:

Friday, October 27: Station Brant Point hosts Nautical Nightmare at the Coast Guard Station, 10 Easton Street, from 6:00pm-10:00pm. Suggested nonperishable food item donation for entry. TWO NIGHTS ONLY: 10/27 and 10/30.

Friday, October 27: The Rose & Crown returns with their annual adults-only Halloween Costume Party, starting at 10pm. Costume contest, prizes, live DJ, and spooky brew served all night long!

Friday, October 27: The Theatre Workshop of Nantucket hosts a Rocky Horror-themed dance party and costume contest starting at 8pm at the Chicken Box. Winner gets a season pass to the 2024 productions at Theatre Workshop.

Saturday, October 28: Join The Dreamland at 7pm for their Annual Halloween Costume Adult Party. Tickets are $40.

Sunday, October 29: The Nantucket Skating Club is hosting Trunk or Treat at the Nantucket Ice Rink from 1pm-4pm Candy, Food, Silent Auction, and prizes for the best-decorated car.

Sunday, October 29: Nantucket Conservation Foundation (NCF) is excited to announce its first-ever Batacular Fall Fun Day, a family-friendly fall day, free and open to the public from 10am-3pm. The second annual Batacular Bike Race will kick off the day, followed by food trucks, a Nanpuppets show, hayrides, and a performance by Dalton and the Sheriffs. 

Tuesday, October 31: The Maria Mitchell Association's Hinchman House Natural Science Museum is hosting a pre-parade fun-filled activity day for kids from 2pm-4pm. Free and open to to the public.

Tuesday, October 31: Join the annual Halloween Parade in Town. Costumed adults and children are asked to arrive by 3:30pm at the bottom of Main Street for the costume contest, and then in preparation for the 4:00pm start of the parade at the Lieutenant Max Wagner Memorial Fountain at the base of Main Street.

Many shops and restaurants participate in trick-or-treating afterward, and the cobblestone streets create a picturesque backdrop for this activity.

After the Parade, the Nantucket Historical Association welcomes families to come to the Whaling Museum for slightly spooky, super fun activities and more trick-or-treating! Free of charge, 4:30-6 pm,13 Broad Street.