You’re in Boston for Halloween this year and you’re thinking there isn’t much to do for this night because it’s Halloween and who still celebrates Halloween right? Wrong! Here at HalloweenEvents.com we still celebrate Halloween and we make sure to do it right each year. We don’t have your typical costume party in a club or at a bar instead, we take your costume party and put it right at sea! Board our party cruise this Halloween and celebrate a Boston Halloween Party that you won’t find anywhere else! We guarantee that our cruise will be the best plans that you could ever make for Halloween this year. We know that you don’t want to go out to a hot club all dressed up in your nice costumes to sweat all night and not have everyone enjoy your wonderful Halloween make up. Aboard our cruise you will enjoy multiple levels of music to dance to and nice open spaces for you to catch some fresh air while partying throughout the night. While you sail around we will give you wonderful views of Boston throughout your night to make this experience a little more different and a whole lot more memorable for you. This Halloween we want to make sure that you experience the best party that there is to offer, so grab a couple of friends and get ready to embark on this Boston Halloween Party cruise for a night that you won’t forget! Once this cruise departs, you will have access to our full three-hour cash bar. Our cash bar will be selling everything that you need to celebrate this fun night right. Throughout the night you will be able to purchase anything from beer, wine, cocktails and mixed drinks so that you can really enjoy the Halloween festivities. Your purchased ticket aboard our cruise not only offers you our cash bar for your enjoyment, but we will also have a live DJ playing the best and most current music of the time all night long. Our live DJ and bar promises that your Halloween party cruise experience will be one of the best that you have ever had! Come dressed in your best Halloween costume or come dressed casually, whichever way you decide to come dressed make sure you bring along some friends to really enjoy this experience the right way! Let us help you enjoy an unforgettable Halloween night in Boston. Everyone is looking to book their fun Halloween plans this year, so make sure to book your party’s tickets well in advance, as the cruise will only be able to hold 900 passengers on board. The event will be a 21+ event and proper identification as well as your purchased ticket will be needed before you and your guests are allowed to board the boat. We look forward to you joining us on this wonderful Boston Halloween Party cruise and can’t wait to help you celebrate Halloween right this year! Boarding time:6:45PM Departure time:7:30PM Returning time:10:30PM Age restriction 21+ General Admission - $30.00 Couples Package - $55.00 Entourage of Four - $99.00
When: Oct 31, 2016 6:45PM in Hull, MA Cost: $30.00 - $99.00
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Hull historians believe that its interesting history was determined by its unusual geography. The town of Hull is a long narrow peninsula projecting into Boston harbor which the Plymouth colony used to set up a trading post with the local Indians in 1621.
Hull launched the industry of tourism in the town in 1825. The magnificent beaches and easy access to Boston brought hordes of visitors. By 1840 steamers were making three trips a day between Boston and Hull.
Hull enjoyed an era of grand hotels and prominent visitors. Unfortunately gamblers and pick pockets and confidence men followed the tourists on the honky-tonk boardwalk. It was then that the town of Hull licensed the construction of Paragon Park which was described as a "marvel of fantasy". It provided safe family fun for the guests of the town.
The amusement park closed in 1985 and an entire era ended for the millions of visitors who enjoyed it for generations. The original carousel has been kept running and maintained and still stands in usage on the boulevard.
Another era began as Hull developed a suburban character and a growing number of professionals moved into town. They are drawn by the same beaches-Nantasket Beach being the most widely used-and the same proximity to Boston that drew people in the 19th century.