Halloween in Paris Guide
Want to celebrate spooky season in the City of Lights? As usual, Paris does not disappoint! But beware! Halloween in this romantic city is not for the faint of heart... If you dare, follow the most frightful things to do in our Halloween in Paris.
A Parisian staple of terror, the Manor is truly one of Paris’ most haunted places. Normally they offer chilling scenes taken from the pages of French history. Patrons wander the 23 rooms of the Manor, unsure of what fresh horrors lurk around the next corner. The special effects and ghoulish makeup are enough to scare even the bravest of souls!
They have a yearly theme to keep things festive and terrifying. Experience the thrills at the Manor...
*Please note, this experience is not recommended for children under the age of 12, pregnant women, epileptics or anyone with a heart condition.
Dates: The event typically occurs from early October to mid-November annually. Check the website for this year's specific dates.
Timings vary. Please consult the website for this year's schedule.
Address: 18, rue de Paradis, 75010, PARIS
Ticket price: 29 € // Fast Pass - 39 €
The "most magical place on earth" is already decked out for this Halloween season! It's the Disney Villains' favourite time of year, and they are waiting to 'welcome' you. Mickey will, of course, be leading the fall parade. Timeless attractions such as 'The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror' and 'Phantom Manor' have been updated over the years.. Do you dare enter?
Dates: The Halloween season usually starts in late September and runs through early November each year.
Operating hours may vary. For current hours, please visit the Disneyland Paris website.
Ticket prices: For ticket pricing and packages please visit their website by clicking here.
The Grand Rex opened it's doors in 1931 to the delight of Parisian theatre going audiences, and it is still internationally renown as both a cinema and concert venue. They often showcase scary films to commemorate this spooky day. Tune in to see what's playing this year!
The evening will feature special guest speakers between films, as well as interactive quizzes.
*Please note, minors under 16 years old are unable to attend this event.
Date: This event is typically held on October 31st annually.
Schedule: The event usually runs from the evening until the early hours of the following day. Refer to the Grand Rex website for exact timings..
Ticket prices: 30 € / 50 € VIP
Address: 1 Boulevard Poissonnière, 75002, PARIS
Feel like howling at the moon with your fellow frights? The decadent Pachamama turns into an all out party on Halloween.
With four floors, four DJs, many performers, and a frightfully themed decor, it promises to be night to die for! But be forewarned, a dress code will be in full effect. Funeral attire only!
Date: This event is held annually on October 31st.
Time: The event typically runs from late night to early morning. Check the event's website for exact times..
Ticket prices: 25 - 35 €
Address: 46-48 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, 75012, PARIS
Père Lachaise Cemetery
To celebrate Halloween, or any day, take a stroll through Paris' cemeteries like Père Lachaise, Montparnasse, Montmartre, and Picpus. These cemeteries are open year-round and offer a glimpse into the city's history and funerary art.
For more information on Paris' cemeteries, please visit the city's website by clicking the link here.
p.s. Looking for something to do in Paris that isn't scary? Check out our "Local's Guide", by clicking the link here.