With Halloween fast approaching, we did a little digging around to find out the best Halloween attractions in the Huntsville area! Fun is just around the corner!
Attractions For Families
Located at the Huntsville Botanical Garden, this Hollywood theme attraction depicts some pretty entertaining scarecrows from well-known movies such as Pirates Of The Caribbean, Aladdin and Mary “Scary” Poppins. It’s kid-friendly and fun!
Tate Farms Cotton Pickin’ Pumpkins is a fun place for the entire family with animals, pumpkins and plenty of things to keep the kids entertained. Their pumpkin patch is the best in the state! The Barn Cafe offers soup of the day along with other refreshments for you to enjoy.
This Science Halloween Party is for all ages! They have some really amazing guests and thrilling presentations. They even have costume contests for kids and adults! Check out the presentation schedule for more details. Children two and under are free!
Fall Festivals At Local Churches
Check with local churches to see if they are doing any trunk-or-treating or other festivals on Halloween night.
For Teens & Adults
According to reviews, this haunted house offers a scary good time for teens and adults. It presents a variety of spooky rooms that are each blood curling in their own scary way. The details and special effects in each room are something special. They even have people scaring you while you stand in line to keep you happy and well entertained!
Looking for something new to do this Halloween? Check out the Historic Lowry House! They’re doing some storytelling based on “Ghost Hunters” that sounds really interesting! If you’re into haunted houses, you’ve gotta stop by and hear the true “strange occurrences that happened at the Historic Lowry House. Don’t miss out!
World Conspiracy usually hosts a fun Halloween event called the Zombie Walk. Registration is required at the shop. The best way to keep up with yearly information is by calling them or visiting their Facebook page.
This is an epic night for teens held at the Main Library, where it will be transformed into Mount Olympus for the fourth annual Masquerade Ball! Costumes must be family-friendly.
There you have it. Let us know how these events turned out, we always look forward to your comments. Happy Halloween!