CAMP hosts costumed kids and their grown-ups for a no-contact twist on trick-or-treating at Hudson Yards. Photo courtesy of CAMP
CAMP hosts costumed kids and their grown-ups for a no-contact twist on trick-or-treating at Hudson Yards. Photo courtesy of CAMP

Things To Do in NYC This Weekend and Beyond: Meet a Monster, No-Contact Trick-or-Treating, and More

Halloween might be rolling out a little differently this year, but the creative genius cropping up surrounding the holiday is nothing less than awe-inspiring. CAMP takes trick-or-treating to a new touch-free level at Hudson Yards, outdoor pumpkin decorating is underway at Essex Street Market, Industry City, Central Park, and Vale Park, and spooky films reign at the Skyline Drive-In. Kids can even trick-or-treat with Alley Pond's animals in Queens and meet a Monster at Brookfield Place.

Don't miss our spooky insider's intel on where to see Halloween decorations around New York City, and check-in frequently on our Halloween Fun Guide and our Event Calendar, which are regularly updated to make sure you are in the know, too. If you're looking for out-of-town ideas, we can point you to the region's best pumpkin patches and pick-your-own orchards.

On the virtual front, Morningside Lights shines online on Monday, October 26, and you can find lots more online fun in our monthly roundup of FREE virtual things to do.