How to Make Boston Your Halloweentown
With beautiful fall foliage comes a favorite holiday many love to celebrate. Whether you enjoy getting dressed up in your favorite costume or prefer a more relaxed approach, October 31st (plus the weekend before and after) is a fun time of year. Lovejoy Wharf can help you embrace the Halloween spirit with featured festivities.
Enjoy a seasonal drink from Night Shift Brewing
If you are looking to taste a seasonal beverage that has a little more spice than pumpkin spice lattes, you’ll be happy to know you don’t have to look far. Just downstairs, don’t miss your chance to try the specialty drink served only this time of year. Order a glass of Apple Chaider, a chai apple cider garnished with a red hot candied apple. Who knows? Maybe Apple Chaider will be the new Pumpkin Spice when it comes to trendy fall refreshments.
Visit a historical graveyard
Halloween-worthy, but also educational, this spooky activity is a fun way to explore the neighborhood. The closest Boston graveyard to Lovejoy Wharf happens to be Copp’s Hill Burial Ground, the resting place for two puritan ministers of the Salem witch trials. We recommend skipping the witch-costume for this visit, in case the ghosts are back for a visit this time of year.
North End Autumn strolls
What’s a better way to enjoy the fall foliage than by taking in the crisp fall air on a leisurely walk? And you’ll be able to explore the city while you’re out and about. The winding streets and antiquated atmosphere of the North End is perfect for Halloween, and a great way to enjoy the neighborhood. Skip the candy and stop by some of the best restaurants in the city for a more decadent treat.
Happy Halloween from your family at Lovejoy Wharf.