Guide to Gwinnett

Guide to Gwinnett: Halloween

"I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers." - L.M. Montgomery

We've been ready for Halloween...since last Halloween. Trick-or-Treating on October 31st is great, but there are several other events that allow you to get ghostly and celebrate the scariest day of the year. 

Calling all "big kids"! If you're looking for adult events (where you can still act like a kid, of course), try the Annual Halloween Party and Costume Contest at Cosmo's Pizza on the square in Lawrenceville or the Halloween Paranormal Party at Tannery Row Ale House. Also, be sure to hop over to the Halloween Mask-Arade at Slow Pour Brewery. Atlanta Comedy Theater will also be throwing their 6th Annual Halloween Bash

Visit a local haunt. Whether you participate in one of the many ghost tours offered in Gwinnett, or head over to Netherworld Haunted House (celebrating their 25th anniversary this year) there are lots of ways to get your scare on this Halloween.

Enjoy local festivals and celebrations. Gwinnett has a lot of family friendly activities to enjoy during Halloween, including:

There you have it—a guide to get you started on your 2021 Halloween celebrations in Gwinnett! There are so many events and attractions to partake in. Comment below, and tell us how you'll celebrate this Hallows’ Eve.