Make Your Halloween Memorable with Rudy’s Car Service

No doubt about it, Halloween is an exciting time to be in New York City and even in our local Fairfield County. There is plenty to do whether you are looking for some family fun activities or more adult outings.

In a city of 8.5 million people, it’s inevitable that NYC will have a few parties and exciting celebrations happening on the biggest fright night of the year. Of course, if you’re not a native or if you’re looking to enjoy several parties, it’s best to have a chauffeur. Rudy’s Car Service can transport you safely all over the city, all night long. Below are some of the events we think you’ll like and ones we’d be happy to take you to. In addition to New York City events, be sure to take a look at some more local happenings in Connecticut that you may enjoy.

Village Halloween Parade

Location: Greenwich Village

Now going on for 45 years, the Village Halloween Parade is famous for its draw of unusual characters from the Village and beyond. You’ll find yourself shoulder-to-shoulder with some of the strangest looking ghouls and otherworldly beings since the last time you were in the subway. Everyone dresses up in this parade, including some of the audience, so bring your costume and your sense of good fun. This year features a special VIP Robot section. You won’t want to miss it!


Location: East Village

Are you a movie buff? Love scary flicks? The Village East Cinema is showing classic Hitchcock films all through the month of October. On the final scary day of the year, they’ll be showing Psycho, Hitchcock’s most revered and frightening film of all. Check out their website for times and more information and call us for any transportation needs.

Jack O’Lantern Blaze

Location: Croton-on-Hudson

This isn’t inside the city limits of New York, but it’s so spook-tacular we had to suggest it anyway. The Jack O’Lantern Blaze features 7,000 carved pumpkins with dazzling designs. You’ll definitely need a car service to get there, since it’s about an hour outside the city. If you can, hit this spot first before heading back into NYC for late night parties. You won’t regret it.

Dinner Party At Le Fanfare

Location: Greenpoint

Want something a little more relaxed for your Halloween? Enjoy a wonderful dinner at Le Fanfare in Greenpoint, where the entrance fee into the restaurant will pay for drinks and a three course Italian meal. Come in costume and hang out with jazz band Salt Cathedral.

Blood Manor Haunted House

Location: TriBeCa

Blood Manor is exactly what most adults are looking for in a haunted house. You’ll make a terrifying, thrilling journey through a 5,000 square foot maze of people dressed in terrifying costumes. Even with tickets many people report a wait, so come prepared to stand on line for a while.


Location: Chelsea

A lot of parties take place the weekend before Halloween because the 31st falls on a Wednesday. Party-goers wanting an authentic Halloween event on the actual day can stop in at Madonnathon. Dress up and win prizes as you dance to your favorite music by the Queen of Pop.


Location: Bridgeport

Allow us to take you to Bridgeport, CT on Saturday Oct. 27th for a Spooktacular day at the Discovery Museum! From 10AM-4PM, enjoy a full day of spooky activities with the whole family.

Fright Haven

Location: Stratford

If you’re looking for some scares and spookiness, call us today to reserve one of our luxury Vans or SUVs so we can bring you to Fright Haven in Stratford. Get some of your family or closest friends to keep you safe as you move through a 20,000 square foot haunted house full of creepy creatures!

Halloween Party at Mill River Park

Location: Stamford

If you are looking for some more family fun on actual Halloween, look no further than the 6th Annual Halloween Party at Mill River Park in Stamford, CT. Get your costumes ready from 4PM-6PM for some trick-or-treating, pumpkin decorating, and more!

Stay safe and ride in style this Halloween with Rudy’s Executive Car Service. Call us today to set up your Halloween transportation.

Written on October 24th, 2018 by Rudy's Executive Transportation in News