Where to celebrate a spooky Halloween in Monaco?

Publication date: 28/10/2022
Prepare for a spine-tingling Halloween in Monaco. Throughout the weekend and until 2 November, there are a host of things to see and do in the Principality, ensuring a perfect spooky experience for all ages!

The festivities kick off this weekend at Fontvieille shopping mall, which is organising face-painting and fun activities for kids on 27, 28, 29, 30, and 31 October from 11 am to 6 pm!
The fun continues with a Halloween Latino evening at the Théâtre des Variétés and at the Jack on Saturday 29 October, with a concert and after party for a devilishly delightful night!

On Monday 31 October, dig out your best costume and head for one of the many events and activities being organised throughout the day and into the evening.

For movie fans, there's a special 'popcorn cinema' event for kids at the library from 2 pm to 3.30 pm!

At Princess Antoinette Park, the little monsters can take part in an afternoon game on the theme of 'Dia de Los Muertos' (reserved for children attending school in the Principality), between 2 pm and 5.30 pm. Then it's over to the Espace Léo Ferré for a Halloween Party with a DJ, who will have middle schoolkids dancing from 6 pm to 10 pm. 
For youngsters over the age of 8 who like spine-tingling scares, there's a night-time adventure at the botanical centre between 7.30 pm and 9.30 pm. Don't forget to dress up for this one, as there's a chance of winning candies. And most importantly, don't be afraid!!!

Look out! There's plenty to do for adults too! Head to L’Equivoque, which is hosting a "Hallovoque Party" with menus including drinks and snacks, and a DJ to provide a spooky soundtrack for the evening.
The Twiga is also hosting a dinner show from 10 pm, featuring Alessandro Ristori and the Portofinos. And to top it all off, there will be a competition tofind the best costume! 
Round the evening off in style at the RedRoom or the MK Club, both of which are organising their own specially themed events at Port Hercule.

Finally, for little ones who want to keep their costumes on a little longer, there's a morning of activities at the MAP (Monaco Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology) on 2 November, including pottery, archaeological digs, and plenty of other surprises!

So, as you can see, there's no excuse for not having a happy Halloween this year! Trick or treat?