Halloween costumes are the most frightening thing you can wear, narrowly edging out fire and nothing. This Groupon lets you scare without going bare.
$15 for $30 Worth of Costumes and Accessories
In preparation for Halloween, revelers can nab garb such as a sock-monkey costume ($26.99), a Thor costume ($34.99), a carnival mask ($12.99), and a Disney Blackbeard hat ($24.99).
The frightmasters at Halloween Express keep the holiday's ghoulish spirit alive and snarling with costumes, accessories, and party planning staples. Not content to simply rely on staples like mummies and vampires, the shopkeepers keep their fingers tightly grasped on the pulse of pop culture happenings. This keeps their stock as timely as it is trendy, with outfits for kids and adults mimicking 2012 blockbusters including The Avengers, The Dark Knight Rises, and a viral video of Michael Phelps slowly eating pancakes. The autumnal fun doesn't stop with costumes; Halloween Express also carries a wide selection of decorations and accessories ranging from lawn inflatable and fake body parts to pumpkin carving kits and eerie music.
The Haunted Mill
An abundant number of recreational activities fill the space at Purple Planet 3-D Mini Golf. With black lights illuminating patches of neon paints, the indoor and always air-conditioned cooled mini-golf course bends the mind with challenging greens and mind-bending visuals such as aliens and floating satellites. As they navigate the course’s vortex tunnel and fog-filled corridors, golfers wear 3-D glasses, making obstacles appear to pop out and transforming every hole into an even deeper hole. Purple Planet visitors can also hone their billiards skills with games of pool or try their hand at the games at an on-site arcade.