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Top 11 Events on Halloween

Scary fun in Berlin

Pumpkin in front of the Brandenburg Gate
Pumpkin in front of the Brandenburg Gate © (c) visumate

The time has come: Halloween is on 31 October.  But this year everything is a little different, even though the witches, vampires and ghosts can once again celebrate more exuberantly or move from house to house. And so this Halloween in Berlin there will once again be many events with fun and scary factor .

Here is our selection for all creatures of the night ...

Tip 1: Horror nights at Filmpark Babelsberg

Shadows of the Halloween Zombies
Shadows of the Halloween Zombies © Getty Images, Foto: Pam Susemiehl

Finally, again they roam again across the grounds of Filmpark Babelsberg: vampires, demons, monsters and all sorts of creepy creatures that want to scare you. Get ready for an eerie night, in which gates to darkness are opened.
Since the horror nights are very popular and partly already sold out, you should quickly secure your ticket.

Where: Filmpark Babelsberg, Potsdam
When: 21st, 22nd, 28th - 29th October, 4th - 5th November...

Tipp 2: Halloweenshow im Berlin Dungeon

Folterknecht Berlin Dungeon
© © Berlin Dungeon

A Halloween event of the particularly spooky kind awaits you at the Berlin Dungeon. Only on Halloween there is an exclusive show of the spooky kind. During the spectacular tour in faithfully recreated settings with special effects, real actors and 360° stages - including free-fall tower and river ride - you are right in the middle of the adventure that will send cold shivers down your spine.

When: until 31 October
Where: Berlin Dungeon, Spandauer Straße 2, Mitte

Tickets for the Dungeon

Tip 3: Halloween Run Berlin 2022

Pumpkin in Halloween Forest
Pumpkin in Halloween Forest © Getty Images, Foto: winyuu

Running into the dark: This year you can once again take part in the Halloween Run Berlin. The run promises lots of action and Halloween fun, and you can choose between different long distances. Of course, there will also be a costume competition. So put on your monster skin and get to the start.

When: 31 October
Where: Volkspark Jungfernheide and virtually

Tip 4: Gruselspaß und Geisterspiele - Halloweennacht im FEZ

Halloween make-up for children
Halloween make-up for children © Getty Images, Foto: Peter Muller

Witches, monsters and ghosts have gathered at FEZ on Halloween to offer the little ones great Halloween fun. A circus of lights, spooky dancing, handicraft lessons and the bat cave await you. If you're brave enough, you can take a ride on the Halloween Express through the haunted forest. For a little refreshment, you can make your own stick bread at the campfire. The program is suitable for children from the age of six.

When: October 31, 5 - 9 p.m.
Where: FEZ, An der Wuhlheide 197, Köpenick    

Tip 5: Halloween party at Kulturbrauerei

Friends at a Halloween Party
Friends at a Halloween Party © Getty Images, Foto: Westend61

The biggest party on Halloween takes place in the Kulturbrauerei. With only one ticket you have ten floors with spooky fun and cool music. No less than 20 DJs will be playing, so that every monster will find the perfect music for his moves. To make sure you're in style, you can also get your makeup done for free.

When: October 28 and 29
Where: Kulturbrauerei, Schönhauser Allee 36, Prenzlauer Berg

Tip 6: Halloween at Freiheit 15

Halloween Crew at a Party
Halloween Crew at a Party © Getty Images: Bild, Gpointstudio

Dancing vampires, swinging witches and partying ghosts: In Freiheit 15, everyone celebrates together through the night. With the special live acts CHERRY BERLIN & DJ MAD ZEE, everyone will storm the dance floor to R'n'B, reggae and dance classics. Dance along, best in your matching costume.

When: October 29
Where: Freiheit 15, Köpenick

Tip 7: Volle Kanne 90er/2000er – Halloween Party

Berlin: Party in a club
Party in a club © iStock.com, Foto: Photolyric Stock Productions (Klöpper & Eisenschmidt GbR)

You like the party music of the 1990s and 2000s? Then the Halloween party in the suitably spooky decorated Spindler & Klatt is the right place for you. With a view of the Spree, it's back to the turn of the millennium as you party to the coolest hits from back then.

When: September 29
Where: Spindler & Klatt, Köpenicker Str. 16-17, Kreuzberg

Tip 8: Night of the Halloween-Stars

Monsters on Halloween
Monsters on Halloween © Getty Images, Foto: Mehmet zhan Araboga/EyeEm

t's all nobly haunted at KaDeWe when the Halloween stars celebrate the Halloween party with champagne, oysters, fine food and other delicacies. Dress up as Michael Myers, Annabelle, Samara, Pennywise or Freddy Krueger or another of your favorite horror movie characters and join the party.

When: October 29
Where: KaDeWe, Wittenbergplatz, Schöneberg

Tip 9: Halloween Underground 2022

Glowing Halloween Pumpkins in the Dark
Glowing Halloween Pumpkins in the Dark © GettyImages, Bild: AlexRaths

And where can you meet your favorite horror characters? Perhaps in the vast vaults of an abandoned brewery. On a tour of various horror settings, you'll meet many creepy characters who eke out their existence in the dark cellars, just waiting for your visit.

When: October 28 and 29
Where: Musikbrauerei Berlin, Greifswalder Straße 23A, Prenzlauer Berg

Tip 10: CANDLELIGHT Halloween concert: Tim Burtons Soundtracks

Three friends doing a Selfie on Halloween
Three friends doing a Selfie on Halloween © Getty Images, Bild: KidStock

Director Tim Burton is the master of spooky scares with his films like The Nightmare Before Christmas, Beetlejuice, Sweeney Todd. Fittingly for Halloween, the church Apostel-Paulus-Kirche is the perfect setting for the soundtracks from his films. By candlelight, listen to music by by Burton's favourite composer Danny Elfman and classics like La danse Macabre and Le Rire du Diable.

When: October 29
Where: Apostel-Paulus-Kirche , Grunewaldstrasse 77a, Schöneberg

Tip 11: Nosferatu – Phantom of the Night

Friends at a Halloween party
Friends at a Halloween party © Getty Images, Foto: Westend61

You can also get really spooky at the Arsenal cinema when Count Dracula wreaks havoc on Halloween. In Werner Herzog's remake of Murnau's silent classic, Klaus Kinski plays the Phantom of the Night - and who could do it better? Sit back in your movie theater chair and enjoy the cold chills of fear.

When: October 31
Where: Arsenal Cinema, Potsdamer Strasse 2, Tiergarten

Kristin: visitBerlin-Bloggerin unter visitBerlin.de/blog

Kristin

doesn't smile on fotos. But in real life she enjoys with a smile in her face Berlin's rich cultural life - the metropolis both in front of and behind the scenes. Her favourite season is the Berlinale, then she spends 10 days watching movies and writing about them in the blog.