Halloween In Washington DC

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With Halloween just around the corner, Washington, D.C. has a great deal of festivities and celebrations planned for all ages!   Before you ask Google what’s happening for Halloween during your stay, I highly suggest asking your Capella Washington, D.C. Personal Assistant.  After all, that is what they are here for!  Your Personal Assistant will happily curate every imaginable aspect of your stay, even arranging spooky ghost excursions tickets and transportation!   I sat down to speak with one of our Personal Assistants who gave me some incredible ideas for what to do for Halloween in DC.  And some of this is insider information that you won’t find anywhere else!

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Boo at the Zoo
October 25th-27th: To commemorate the National Zoo’s “Boo at the Zoo” 15th anniversary, designers have created a special coloring book that will be handed out at the event.  Children ages 2-12 and of course their parents are invited for a trick-or-treat animal tour extravaganza complete with entertainment, animal demos, traditional chocolate candies, and healthier options for parents, including wholesome honey sticks, apples, and granola bars.  Your kids can also look forward to receiving fun activity books and glow in the dark tattoos.  These unique treats and items won’t be found anywhere else in the city and neither will South African Cheetahs!

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Capitol Hill Haunted Tours
Capitol Hill is considered one of the most haunted sites in Washington, D.C.  This brand new 1 ½ hour walking tour features authentic documented ghost stories of places like the Shakespeare Library, Library of Congress, Supreme Court Building, and concludes at the U.S. State Capitol Building.  The stories involve famous historic figures and connect to trials like the Lincoln conspiracy, public executions at the Supreme Court Building, and ghost stories at the Press Gallery stairs. This tour is open nightly through mid-November to children and adults!  It is truly a perfect way to experience Washington, D.C.  hands-on and immerse yourself  with non-fabricated researched ghost stories, accompanied by tour guides in Victorian costumes.

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Giselle Ballet Performance at The Washington Ballet
Capella Washington, D.C. has an exclusive partnership with The Washington Ballet.  Experience a more personal understanding of this dramatic, romantic, and ghostly spirits ballet by requesting access to private weekday studio rehearsals, backstage passes or personal interactions with Artistic Director, Septime Webre.  Choose from five performance dates beginning Wednesday, October 30th-Sunday, November 3rd.  This is the perfect date night or family activity to celebrate Halloween.

 

Aren’t you ready to celebrate Halloween?!  Be sure to request further details from your Capella Personal Assistant.  And remember, they are also happy to offer assistance with ticket purchasing, transportation and reservations for each of these events!