Berlin citizens are known for their unique and adventurous style. With many people walking the streets of Berlin donning goth and punk attire, it's no wonder that on Halloween, costumes are taken to the next level. Of course, we can’t forget to mention their world-class parties that celebrate the scariest night of the year.
Your first stop should be at one of Berlin’s finest clubs, the Adagio. The avant-garde masquerade ball is set to the music of some of the best DJ’s in all of Germany where they spin the beats in the “Castle Garden of the Undead.” Each year’s party has a different theme. If you really want to up the frights on your Halloween night, then Adagio also offers up an area of the club, known as the “Horror Classics Lounge,” that shows Halloween movies all night.
Throughout Berlin, Halloween movies and shows are constantly being broadcast. From classics such as Psycho, Scream, and Rocky Horror Picture Show, the people of Berlin celebrate the season with cinema.
Known as the “Dark Restaurant,” Nocti Vagus utilizes its shadowy décor to throw a thrilling and chilling Halloween soiree. The venue pairs a three-course meal with ghoulish touches, while patrons eat in the darkness and are served by members of the blind staff. Nocti Vagus serves up a unique and delicious Halloween experience in Berlin.
If you are looking for a more low-key Halloween event, then check out Berlin’s LegoLand. The store transforms itself from a timid toyshop into a ghoulish horror show in the weeks leading up to Halloween. Berlin’s LegoLand provides Halloween enthusiasts a platform to celebrate the holiday weeks before, so when the holiday does come around, the people of Berlin are in full gear to celebrate Halloween.