Houston Halloween Guide 2019

Houston Halloween Guide 2019

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Posted 2019-10-24 by Suefollow
Your guide to What's On in Houston for Halloween

Halloween may be the best time of year for both kids and adults. From adorable costumes, trick or treating, pumpkin patches, haunted houses and carving pumpkins, it is such a fun time to spend with your family.

This year in Houston, there are tons of Halloween events and activities happening. Here are some of the best that we have found. If you know of anymore, please let us know so we can add them to the guide!

1. Zoo Boo at the Houston Zoo

Celebrate Halloween at the Houston Zoo with activities for the whole family. There will be a pumpkin patch, arts and crafts, photo opportunities and candy corn mazes. All Zoo Boo activities are included with your paid Zoo admission, so you can also see the adorable animals.

Credit: Houston Zoo Website

Dates: October 25th, 26th and 27th
Location: 6200 Hermann Park Drive, Houston
More Information [Link https://www.houstonzoo.org/events/zoo-boo-2/ See Here].

2. Scream on the Green

Head to Discovery Green for Houston’s citywide costume contest and Halloween celebration for the whole family. There will be games, prizes, Halloween spectacle, a movie, performances, living statues, fortune tellers, Sing-a-long with KPFT Scary-oke, music and more. The costume contest have a ton of different categories, so find yours and enter for some great prizes.

Credit: Discovery Green Website

Date: Friday October 25th
Location Discovery Green Park
More Information: [Link https://www.discoverygreen.com/scream See Here].

3. 10th Annual Halloween Classic Car Show

Kids can trick or treat from trunk to trunk at the National Museum of Funeral History Halloween Classic Car Show. See over 150 cars from classic to contemporary, and be sure to dress up in your best costume. There will be face painting, art and craft, food from local vendors, a silent auction, DJ and more.

Credit: National Museum of Funeral History Website

Date: Saturday October 28th
Location: 415 Barren Springs Dr, Houston
More Information: [Link https://www.facebook.com/events/national-museum-of-funeral-history/10th-annual-halloween-classic-car-show/1948427772083217/ See Here].

4. Boo on the Boardwalk

Head to the Kemah Boardwalk for the annual Boo on the Boardwalk. There will be mini pumpkin decorating, kid’s costume contests, magic shows, Halloween movie screenings and live concerts on Freaky Fridays, Scary Saturdays and Spooky Sundays all throughout October.

Credit: Kembah Boardwalk Website

Dates: Throughout October
Location: Kemah Boardwalk, 215 Kipp Avenue, Kemah
More Information: [Link https://www.kemahboardwalk.com/featuring/boo-on-the-boardwalk/index.asp?fbclid=IwAR3GBmpAyCMCn6a7yKSomvlSukAg3sckQiTK084B2PnR3usjHYhNAuJQaIo See Here].

5. Spooktacular at the Woodland Children's Museum

Enjoy spooky games, face painting, science experiments and live entertainment at the Woodland Children's Museum. It is perfect for your younger children to get into the Halloween spirit. They can dance at the boogie to live music and get some photos with Splat the Cat or even enjoy some magic shows.

Credit: Woodlands Children's Museum Website

Dates: October 31st 10am to 6pm
Location: 4775 West Panther Creek Drive #280
The Woodlands
More Information: [Link http://woodlandschildrensmuseum.org/event/spooktacular-10am-6pm/ See Here].

6. City Centre Trick or Treating

The night before Halloween, the city centre will offer children and parents the opportunity to prowl the district for tasty treasures during a district-wide trick-or-treat followed by a monster mash under the stars. Bring your own bag/bucket and the event will take place even in rain.

Dates: Thursday 30th October
Location City Centre
More Information: [Link https://citycentrehouston.com/events/detail/halloween-trick-or-treat2019 See Here].

7. Monster Mash Halloween Spectacular at Memorial City

The halls of Memorial City Mall will come alive with the undead, vampires, superheroes, witches, movie stars, book characters and so much more at their annual Monster Mash Halloween Spooktacular. Come dressed in your best costume and trick or treat throughout the mall.

Credit: Memorial City Website

Dates: October 31st 5pm to 7pm
Location: 920 Gessner Rd, Houston
More Information: [Link https://www.memorialcity.com/events/ See Here].

8. Screamworld

For the older monsters, or extremely brave, then Screamworld is Houston's most terrifying haunting attraction. Live actors and realistic special effects will make this an immersive and scary experience with zombies, monsters, gore and all things bone chilling.

Credit: Screamworld Website

Dates: Now until 2nd November
Location: 2225 North Sam Houston Pkwy West
More Information: [Link https://screamworld.com/ See Here].

Happy Halloween Houston Mums!


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