Our overview of trick-or-treating locations and car-free streets on Halloween includes Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens, Fort Greene, Downtown Brooklyn, Boerum Hill, Clinton Hill and beyond. The City has also released an interactive trick-or-treat street map here.
Open Streets (Trick or Streets) for Halloween night 10/31 from 4 to 8PM. Streets will be open for car-free activities.
- Clinton Ave btw Gates and Greene
- Garden Place Trick-or-Treating: Kids start trick-or-treating around 4 pm on October 31st. The gathering runs all afternoon until dusk when everybody runs out of candy.
- Joralemon Street from Furman Street to Hicks Street
Cobble Hill & Carroll Gardens
- Strong Place
- Clinton Street at Pacific down through Carroll Gardens
- Congress Street
- Bergen Street (between Hoyt & Bond)
- All the streets between Court and Hoyt Streets, especially Dean and Warren
- West 9th Street from Henry Street to Hicks Street
Boerum Hill & Downtown Brooklyn
- Hoyt Street from State Street to Atlantic Avenue: Celebrate Halloween on the last Open Street day of the season! Swing by Hoyt Street during your trick-or-treating route for free candy, drink specials, and outdoor dining. It’s going to be spooktacular! 4 PM to 9 PM.
- Smith Street shops
- Pearl Street from Fulton Street to Dead End
- Willoughby from Pearl Street to Jay Street
- State Street from Smith Street to 3rd Ave
- Dean Street from Bond Street to Nevins Street
- Lafayette Avenue, Ashlant Place to St. Felix Street
- Vanderbilt Avenue shops
- Park Place, Underhill Avenue to Vanderbilt Avenue
- Underhill Avenue, Sterling Place to Prospect Place
- Prospect Place, Grand Avenue to Classon Avenue
- 11th street between 8th Ave and Prospect Park West
- Fifth Avenue shops
- Seventh Avenue shops
- 3rd Street between 5th and 7th Avenues
- Polhemus Place from Carroll Street to Garfield Place
- 17th Street from 7 Avenue to 8 Avenue
- 7th Street from 5th to 4th Avenue
- Shops in DUMBO with signage in the window
Halloween parties for kids in various neighborhoods
For our full overview of Halloween parties and parades click here.