October in Kansas City, MO is one of the special times of year. The days are still warm enough to wear short sleeve shirts, but the nights can leave you shivering for something warm. There’s one night in particular that leaves people shivering in fear and anticipation. Halloween this year in Kansas City, MO is going to be a little bit different due to the pandemic, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still have fun when you celebrate Halloween at The Grand.
How To Decorate Your Apartment
Naturally, you want to decorate in a way that doesn’t leave holes in the walls. You can do this by taking advantage of Command Strips and string or Velcro removable wall fasteners. Tie a knot around the command strip hook with a piece of string, and then attach the other end to the decoration. Then simply cover the string or yarn with banners, fake cobwebs, or other decorations.
How To Celebrate At Home
While it’s inadvisable to go door to door or go on hayrides and risk contracting the virus, there are plenty of ways to celebrate Halloween in Kansas City, MO at The Grand. One Cincinnati citizen created a candy chute that went down the railing of his front steps. He drops the treats at the top, and children hold up their buckets at the other end. You could also do a remote controlled socially-distanced candy delivery.
Another great way to celebrate Halloween is with non-alcoholic drinks, such as Dragon’s Blood Punch Hot Buttered Cider or Monster Gut Punch. Don’t forget about the creepy music.
The Edge of Hell Haunted House
This nationally-acclaimed haunted house experience has been scaring visitors for over 40 years.
The Beast Haunted House
There’s a reason that The Beast has ranked in the top 13 haunted houses for years.
Are you ready for the hike of horror is not for the faint of heart? Enter the woods if you dare.