Welcome to a photo gallery of the Halloween Decor in New York City, Manhattan (Upper East Side). Even though all of the pictures of NYC Halloween Decorations posted here were taken at various locations on the upper east side, the overwhelming majority of them came from just a couple of places, a brownstone located on East 72nd Street, between Park and Madison and a house on East 67th Street, Between 5th and Madison – both locations are within close proximity to Central Park.
MANHATTAN Halloween Decorations
This house, located at East 67th Street is a hidden gem of Halloween characters. Tucked away from a busy Madison Avenue and within minutes to Central Park, it’s hard to spot it from either side unless you know it’s there.
I love how these dark gloomy figures are strategically placed outside the huge blue windows. Look at these amazing wide old style exterior window sills, large enough to hold these human height characters.
I just love Halloween decorations in New York. They always make me feel happy in a weird way. Because there usually no-one outside when I snap the pictures, I become strangely connected with the buildings and characters and forget about my own existence during that time.
UPPER EAST SIDE New York CITY HALLOWEEN DECORATIONS
While skeletons, spider webs and sinister-looking crows abound along brownstone steps and iron fences, some display are over-the-top.
And here are more of the most eye-catching decorations.
This skeleton on a swing is located on East 70th Street and Park right near Woody Allen’s house on the Upper East Side in Manhattan, NYC:
Black birds on East 70th Street straight on Upper East Side, Manhattan, NYC – across from the skeleton on a swing.
More Upper East Side (Manhattan) New York City Halloween Decorations
Moving on to East 71st Street and Lexington.
Between skulls, spiders, bats , a dragon and other ghoulish characters, this particular house looks like a movie set. It took a whole week for them to decorate it so elaborately that the place draws small crowds on a daily basis now.
I got really up close to these cute little guys on Halloween.
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