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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- There's no denying that Halloween will look drastically different this year.
But there's no shortage of spooky, socially distanced events happening all across our area.
City Tours MKE is hosting multiple events, including the Haunted History City Tour and the Gothic Milwaukee Tour.
If food and drink is more to your liking, Milwaukee Food and City Tours is also hosting a Ghouls and Spirits Adult Trick or Treat event.
And if culture is what you're looking for this Halloween, Latino Arts Inc. is hosting in-person and virtual Dia de los Muertos events.
"Its Dia de los Muertos of Frienda exhibition will be one from Oct. 14 through Nov. 20 with virtual gallery tours available from Oct. 19 through Nov. 13," said Lindsey McKee of Visit Milwaukee. "Plus, there will be workshops, presentations, sugar skull painting kits and a virtual concert as well."
For information on Halloween events in and around Milwaukee, click here.