Where to Find Halloween Decorations in the West Village

Where to Find Halloween Decorations in the West Village, NYC.
Where to Find Halloween Decorations in the West Village, NYC.

Something I will definitely miss about New York City and the US is the intensity with which people celebrate Halloween. They go full out with over-the-top Halloween decorations, baking, cocktails and more. Spooky season is absolutely a major thing and I am all for it. Especially because growing in France, and then living in the UK, Halloween was not such a big thing for me.

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Beyond baking and cocktails, there is one thing about spooky season that I love more than most: Halloween decorations. Walking the streets of some neighborhoods in October is an absolutely delight. In my opinion, this is especially true when it comes to the Upper West and Upper East Sides as well as the West Village. Thus, scroll below to see where you can find the best spooky displays in Greenwich Village!

Bleecker Street

Let’s start with the mildest one of all. Bleecker Street is known for a lot of independent shops, who happen to put up some really cute decorations come Halloween. Of course, they tend to be more on the subtle side but we love them nonetheless. Shops that always deliver when it comes to Halloween decorations include:

  • Stone Clover
  • LoveShackFancy
  • Little Words Project
LoveShackFancy on Bleecker Street
LoveShackFancy on Bleecker Street
Stone Clover on Bleecker Street
Stone Clover on Bleecker Street

Perry Street

Perry Street has a lot of spooky houses and amazing decorations. Most of them are put up starting the 2nd week of October but you’ll still be able to catch some amazing displays first week of October. A lot of them are actually located between W 11th St and W 4th St so you’ll be able to see a lot without moving too much!

Halloween decorations on Perry Street
Halloween decorations on Perry Street, between W 4th St and Bleecker St.
Spooky stoops on Perry Street
Spooky stoops on Perry Street, between W 4th St and Bleecker St.
Skulls and pumpkin decor on Perry Street
Skulls and pumpkin decor on Perry Street, between W 4th St and Bleecker St.

W 4th Street

Maybe this Halloween display is of a different kind than the others because the color palette is in the neutral whites and beige rather than orange, but they still look amazing. What’s great with Halloween decorations is that you’re free to do as you wish. White pumpkin will work just as well and create some amazing decorations! And I am not even talking about pink… which you’ll see if you scroll down to W 12th St!

Halloween display on W 4th St, between Perry St and Charles St.
Halloween display on W 4th St, between Perry St and Charles St.

W 11th Street

Okay, so W 11th Street may have been my favorite this year because there was so much going on! Especially those crazy Halloween decorations with so many pumpkin and skeletons between Waverly Pl & 7th Ave. They sure got people to stop and take pictures!

Halloween Decorations on W 11th St, between Waverly Pl & 7th Ave
Halloween Decorations on W 11th St, between Waverly Pl & 7th Ave
Halloween stoops on W 11th St, between W 4th St and Wavelry Pl
Halloween stoops on W 11th St, between W 4th St and Wavelry Pl
Spooky decorations on W 11th St, between Bleecker St & W 4 St
Spooky decorations on W 11th St, between Bleecker St & W 4 St

W 12th Street

Last but not least is W 12th St, which will have great decorations all the way as October progresses. However, I was able to scout just two, which I believe look incredible. Especially because one of them went as far as someone could get with the Barbie obsession: pink pumpkins and skeletons! The winner so far if you want my opinion!

Halloween stoops on W 12th St, between Greenwich St and Washington St
Halloween stoops on W 12th St, between Greenwich St and Washington St
Halloween stoops on W 12th St, between Greenwich St and Washington St
Halloween stoops on W 12th St, between Greenwich St and Washington St

Have you been scouting Halloween decorations this year? Where did you go and what did you find? What are your favorite New York City neighborhoods to find spooky displays?

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See you soon,
Love,
Corinne.

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