Home to The Walking Dead and Zombieland, Atlanta is slowly becoming the unofficial headquarters of Halloween.

Netherworld Haunted House is Atlanta’s most well-known Halloween gathering in town. This year it relocated to Stone Mountain, but expect the same thrills and scares! Netherworld is open from October 5-November 4.

The Center for Puppetry Arts is hosting a ghouly fun night out for kids and adults at The Ghastly Dreadfuls, open from October 10-27.

From September 22-October 31, explore Six Flags Over Georgia’s Fright Fest with its seven new attractions, four haunted mazes and one frightening show. Expect creatures to be lurking in the dark, waiting for you.

Atlanta’s most well-known cemetery, Oakland Cemetery, hosts nighttime tours with costumed tour guides leading you through the Victorian gardens with live music. Visit Margaret Mitchell’s forever home at the cemetery from October 18-28.

Want to celebrate Halloween parade-style? Grab your friends and become a spectator at Little Five Points Halloween Parade and Festival at 4pm on October 20.

After a night of sugar and screams, cozy up under the covers at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Atlanta Northlake or Hampton Inn and Suites Atlanta Downtown.

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