Halloween on Miami Beach is unlike any other destination – there’s endless sunshine, ample arts and cultural activities, and new seasonal menus at destination eateries. Escape to Miami Beach this Halloween will experience the authentic culture of Miami Beach.
Highlights include art exhibits, cultural displays, music ensembles and tasty fall dishes – there’s something for everyone to enjoy:
For a spooktacular Halloween, destination events like Halloween Night on Lincoln Road, Miami Haunts Ghost Tour on Miami Beach, and Hallowave Family Fun Fest are perfect for creating new memories with your loved ones.
Experience the best in contemporary art on Miami Beach at The Bass this fall. Mention Miami Entertainment Months to enjoy 15% off regular admission now through November 22nd.
Gear up for an Instagram-worthy experience at the Museum of Illusions and discover optical illusions that will challenge the perception of all ages. Use code moi10 and receive 10% off on General Admissions Tickets now through November 30th.
Some must-try fall menu items await travelers on Miami Beach this season. Pubbelly added pumpkin pancakes to their brunch menu, MILA’s new seasonal Mushroom Hotpot takes comfort food to new levels, and The Frieze is serving pumpkin ice cream until December.
The annual South Beach Seafood Week returns October 20 – 23rd on Miami Beach, kicking off the stone crab season. Guests will enjoy week-long events featuring South Florida’s top chefs and culinary masterminds. Tickets start at $55.
Music lovers can have front-row seats to a wide selection of concerts at The Fillmore Miami Beach, now through October 28th. Featured artists include Sofia Nino, Mon Laferte, Camilo, Morat, and Chelsea Handler.
Starting this month, travelers strolling down Washington Avenue will experience the all-new Miami Beach Live Music Series hosted by the Washington Avenue Business Improvement District. On the third Thursday of each month, from 6 – 9 p.m., the live music series will feature different genres, including jazz, Latin, reggae, soul, and pop. This event is free and open to the public.