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The top spots for Halloween decor in Madison, WI

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7128 Hubbard Ave., Middleton | Hocus-pocus vibes + plenty of ghouls hanging from the trees.

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From a giant skeleton on Schumann Dr. and eerie sights in Middleton to spooky flamingos on Glenway St. — Madison is adorned with some frighteningly festive Halloween decor. We’ve rounded up some of the most ghoulish sites in the city for you to see...if you dare. 👻

Check out the list below, load up the car, and take the family on a tricked-out tour of Madison’s Halloween-themed streets and neighborhoods.


2507 Frontier Ln., Fitchburg | A full graveyard adorns the front yard for a forbidden feel. We’re wondering if Wednesday Addams had a hand in these decorations.💀


5922 Schumann Dr., Fitchburg | A larger-than-life skeleton + spider frame the front of the house.


466 S. Segoe Rd. | A tongue-in-cheek take on Halloween decorations.


143 Glenway St. | Spooky flamingos, skeletons + spiders — oh my. We love the nod to Madison’s official bird with these Halloween decorations. 🕷


1042 E. Gorham St. | The house on the isthmus is decorated year-round — both inside + out.


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