1. Channel your inner witch at Enchantments. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF BuzzFeed Open since 1982, this is New York City's oldest occult store. You can shop for everything your spooky soul desires, from candles to chalices to cauldrons.Located in the East Village. 2. Scream your lungs out at Bane Haunted House. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Over a hundred live actors roam this haunted house every night, ready to scare the bejesus out of you. Tickets are $35 if purchased online, and there are currently still some available for Halloween night. That's pretty good value for a lifetime of nightmares!Located in Hell's Kitchen (of course). 3. Celebrate with the Halloween pros at Beetle House. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Every day is Halloween at this Tim Burton-esque bar and restaurant, so you know you'll be in good hands. The bar is reserved for walk-ins, so skip the candy and treat yourself to a sugar-filled fishbowl cocktail instead.Located in the East Village. 4. Brew your own boozy potions at The Cauldron. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF BuzzFeed This fantasy-themed bar is tucked away on a cute cobblestone street. Stop by to channel your inner wizard in a cocktail potions making class, or have a ~magical~ meal downstairs at the Apothecary and Pub.Located in the Financial District. 5. Drink a coffee as black as your soul at Round K. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @undefined This café's signature matte black coffee is available year-round, but that doesn't make drinking it on Halloween any less spooky.Located on the Lower East Side. 6. Rummage through mystery, crime, and espionage novels at The Mysterious Bookshop. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com This boutique bookstore specializes in all kinds of mystery fiction, including crime, detective, and thrillers. Grab a book and scare yourself in solitude.Located in Tribeca. 7. Get spooked at Jekyll & Hyde Club. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Kitschy decor, special effects, scary entertainment, and poison-themed cocktails in one of New York City's most famous themed-restaurants. What more could you ask for on All Hallows' Eve?Located in Greenwich Village. 8. Snag some last-minute tickets to I Can't See, a truly terrifying immersive theater experience. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Leave your opera glasses at home and get ready to experience a horror performance in total darkness. You'll be blindfolded upon entering the space, and forced to navigate your way through the interactive ghost story using all your senses — except sight. Located in the Financial District. 9. Get your caffeine fix at the Harry Potter-inspired café, Steamy Hallows. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com This witchy coffee shop will be closing its doors for the last time after Halloween, so there's literally no better time to pop down for a final brew.Located in the East Village. 10. Peruse macabre wax sculptures while sipping Victorian-themed cocktails at House of Wax View this photo on Instagram instagram.com This part-museum part-bar is hidden inside the Alamo Drafthouse in Downtown Brooklyn. Come for the cocktails, stay for the death masks and cabinets of curiosities.Located in Downtown Brooklyn. 11. Catch a classic horror film on the big screen. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Day of the Dead / United Film Distribution Company / Via giphy.com Catch a free viewing of Pet Sematary at The New York Public Library, watch Day of the Dead at the Museum of the Moving Image, or see a spooky classic at indie cinema Metrograph.Various locations. 12. Splurge on a fancy dinner at One If By Land, Two If By Sea, one of NYC's most romantic — and haunted — restaurants. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Far from gimmicky, this beautiful restaurant isn't so much spooky-themed as it is straight-up haunted. Rumours of unexplained events and ghost sightings have lingered around the property for years. As for whether any of it is true, you'll just have to find out for yourself...Located in the West Village. 13. Brave the crowds (and rain) at New York City's annual Village Halloween Parade. Stephanie Keith / Getty Images Back for the 46th time, the Village Halloween Parade is NYC's most iconic Halloween event. The theme this year is "Wild Thing." Watch from the sidelines or don your costume and join the mile-long march up Sixth Avenue.Located on Sixth Avenue (entry point at Canal Street). 14. Get into the spirit at Brooklyn Cider House — costume optional. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com For a more laid-back evening option, head to Brooklyn Cider House for seasonal drinks, live music, and spooky Halloween decor. Dressing up is totally optional. But if you do, there's a free cider catch in it for you (with any purchase).Located in Bushwick.