Halloween is celebrated on All Hallows' Eve, 31 October. In Denmark, more and more amusement parks and shops are celebrating Halloween over a longer period in October. Children can be inspired by the beautiful yet spooky decorations, cool toys and costumes. It is especially during the autumn holidays that Danes embrace Halloween, with various events organised. However, it varies from town to town how much is made of Halloween. For example, Tivoli has a special Halloween event that has become very popular. One of the most famous Halloween customs is to carve pumpkins into beautiful and scary faces and then put candles inside. It is certainly a good and fun activity for both children and parents, which can also be done at home in the kitchen.
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Read on for inspiration for your kids' Halloween costumes. There are masks, costumes, face paint and toys for the best Halloween celebration.