Zillow and other sources that contribute to various Money Watch features has released details of best cities for trick or treater’s. Results of this come after their findings to see if Halloween does anything for the economy. Nothing substantial for economy boost though many of us have been purchasing candy and consuming it since August in record numbers!.
Best U.S. Cities for Halloween Trick or Treating
4. Seattle. Trick-or-treaters are sure to find Seattle foot-traffic friendly. With a walk score of 74, Seattle is the sixth-most walkable city in the U.S. If you're in the mood for something spooky this Halloween, head to Georgetown Castle for some candy. The three-story home once housed gamblers and prostitutes within its walls, and the original owner, a Mr. Gessner, was found dead in one of the rooms after committing suicide. Today the home is a private residence, and rumor has it the ghosts of a woman and several children haunt the premises.
3. Honolulu. Honolulu has it all: a walk score of 63, the beauty of a tropical island and plenty of haunted places. Who wouldn't want to spend Halloween trick-or-treating in this historic city?
2. Boston. Beantown is the third-most walkable city in the U.S. with a walk score of 79 -- it's also said to be one of the most haunted. You can start by heading to Boston Common, a large park that was the site of hangings until the early 1800s. It's also home to a mass grave for more than 900 bodies.
1. San Francisco. The second-most walkable city in the U.S. with a walk score of 85, the city is also a trick-or-treater's paradise, filled with gorgeous old buildings and plenty of people to hit up for candy. One of the most infamous haunted places in the city is Cameron House, located in San Francisco's Chinatown. It was once home to Chinese immigrants who hid in the basement with the help of the owner, Lady Cameron. The doors were locked to keep the police out, but they also kept the immigrants in. When locals heard what Lady Cameron was hiding in her basement, they set the house on fire. All the refugees died in the blaze, and their spirits are said to haunt the building.
Seattle neighborhoods that take the top three positions for best areas for trick or treating based on walkable access, lighted streets, quiet traffic, low crime, and home participation.
3. Phinney Ridge
Also the results show residents favor start time of 7pm for kid's to hit the neighborhood. Anything earlier will produce many "nobody home" experiences. Most residents feel 930pm is shutdown time for door to door visits.