Spooktacular Things to Do this Halloween in Aruba

The spookiest time of year is here! Yes, Hallow’s Eve is just around the corner! Are you ready for spine-chilling nights, screaming horror, quirky Halloween parties, fun costume contests, and of course Trick-or-Treating?

Okay, so you may not feel an actual “chill in the air” here on the lovely, sunny and warm island of Aruba BUT that does not mean the month of October cannot get spooky people!

Halloween festivities in Aruba officially kick off Friday, October 29th, so be sure to check out our list of things to do, so you won’t miss out on the eerie magic and mystery of Halloween in paradise!

Note: Our list includes both family-friendly events and adult monster-bashes, so everyone has the chance to enjoy this haunting and thrilling holiday on the island.

A Nightmare at the Marketplace

Date & time of frightening fun: Sunday, October 31st ( 5 PM– 8 PM)

Ghosts gather here: Renaissance Marketplace

Enter at your own risk: Join in on a safe and fun ‘Nightmare at the Marketplace‘ for their annual Trick or Treat event! The fun starts at 5 PM with entertainment for all our spooky kids by Kerekentenchi Party Xplosion. Don’t forget to bring your own bag or container for “trick-or-treating”, kids!

Photo by Renaissance Marketplace

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Chogogo’s Halloween Party Bus

Date & time of frightening fun: Friday, October 29 – Sunday, October 31

Ghosts gather here: Contact Chogogo for pick-up arrangements

Enter at your own risk: Calling all adults looking for some fun! Join Chogogo on their party bus for a special treat all Halloween weekend long! The Halloween Party Bus will include a Best Costume Contest, dancefloor, disco lights, dance poles, unlimited Aruba Aribas, other cocktails included, and live entertainment!

Photo by Chogogo Party Bus

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Haunted Lighthouse Experience

Date & time of frightening fun: Friday, October 29 – Saturday, October 30 (6:30 PM – 11:00 PM)

Ghosts gather here: California Lighthouse

Enter at your own risk: The Haunted Lighthouse is back this year! Do you dare to join in non this spooky experience featuring The Nun, Michael Myers, and more of our freaky friends at the top of Aruba’s the California Lighthouse? This fun and unique experience is family-friendly.

Photo by the Haunted Lighthouse organizers

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The Haunted Village

Date & time of frightening fun: Saturday, October 30 (6:30 PM – 1:00 AM)

Ghosts gather here: The Village Aruba, across from Hilton Aruba

Enter at your own risk: Some of Aruba’s hottest nightclubs, bars and restaurants are joining forces to bring all of you ghoulish adults an epic Halloween event! Gusto Night Club, The Lobby Restaurant & Bar, Craft, and Lola are hosting the biggest Halloween event on the island, featuring DJ’s and three areas of music: Urban, Electronic, Latin and more!

Photo by The Village Aruba

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Halloween Weekend at the Drive-in

Date & time of frightening fun: Friday October 29 – Sunday October 31

Ghosts gather here: The Drive-in, located in Balashi, Aruba

Enter at your own risk: It’s Halloween weekend at the Drive-in! Want to see some fun and spooky movies? Every night there are two movie choices to enjoy and entrance is free! There are movies  for both kids and adults, so be sure to bring the whole family along for a spooky night under the stars!

Photo by The Movies Aruba

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Harley Quinn & The Joker Halloween Night

Date & time of frightening fun: Sunday, October 31, 8 PM

Ghosts gather here: MooMba Beach Bar

Enter at your own risk: Are you ready to unleash your unpredictable side? If so, it’s time to bring out your Harley Quinn or The Joker! Get ready for a freaky Halloween night at MooMba Beach, there will be prizes for best dressed, so assemble your more unique and scary outfit, and don’t forget to reserve yourself a table!

Photo by MooMba Beach Bar & Restaurant

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Now the choice is up to you, what will you be doing on All Hallows’ Eve?

Note: All Halloween events will be adhering to the current DVG and COVID safety & health protocols.