Halloween is all about trick-or-treating, but it’s those treats that the kids are really looking forward to. Here’s where to take your brood of candy-craving little monsters for a safe, festive and community-centric trick-or-treat in Philly.

Halloweekend in Manayunk

Along Main Street

Dates: Oct. 23 – 25

Celebrate Halloween with three days of festivities in the city’s Manayunk section. From a screening of “Hocus Pocus” to a zombie dance party, the event is jam-packed with spooky fun. Oh, and on Saturday, make sure to take your little trick-or-treaters to Main Street, where participating businesses (marked with a scarecrow) will be handing out treats from noon to 4 p.m. Following a costumed Halloween parade, head to Pretzel Park for a fall festival complete with food trucks, dance performances, live music and more.

Rittenhouse Row’s Annual Halloween Celebration

Rittenhouse Neighborhood

Date: Oct. 25, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The city’s littlest ghosts, goblins and fairy princesses can head to the Rittenhouse neighborhood for a treat (and maybe a few tricks!) from local businesses.

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Trick-or-Treat Trail at Franklin Square

Franklin Square
6th & Race Sts

Date: Oct. 25, noon – 3 p.m.

Costumed kiddies under 10 can decorate their very own treat bag, then walk the Square’s Halloween trail in hopes of scoring hidden candy along the way. For older children, why not play a round or two of putt-putt on the spookiest mini golf course in the city?

Halloween Parade in Chestnut Hill

Along Germantown Ave

Date: Oct. 26, 1 – 4 p.m.

Don those costumes and head to the cobblestone streets of Chestnut Hill for an hour-long Halloween parade. Then, reward the little ones for a job well done with a stroll up and down the Avenue to local businesses, which will be handing out Halloween candy.

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