Dubbed the Halloween capital of the world, Anoka is a must-see during this time of year.
This small town in Oregon got its claim to fame when Disney Channel filmed its 1998 original movie Halloweentown there.
More than two centuries after it was written, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” fuels a flurry of fall activities in its namesake village.
America's Witch City, the site of the infamous Salem witch trials in 1692, is a prime place to spend Halloween.
Halloween fun awaits at Orlando’s theme parks. For those looking for a fright, Universal Orlando Resort holds its annual Halloween Horror Nights.
Like its Mardi Gras celebration, Halloween attracts many tourists to New Orleans for its haunted history and lively party scene.