Halloween in Houston

  • SWATHI RAMASWAMY
  • UPDATED May 08, 2018
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This year Halloween falls on a Wednesday, and you must have guessed by now that the Halloween celebration will continue for five days. Start looking for the right costume and start sorting out the events you will be visiting this year in order to have a bash. It is true that Halloween is months away, but we were sure that out there in the busy and wild world there must be some other Halloween lovers who would have started planning to visit the best places this Halloween. However, if you are going to be spending your Halloween in Houston, then we might have a surprise gift for you. We have compiled a list of the best Halloween events in Houston that you should visit. In the below list you will also find some great Halloween events for kids, but we have also included some Halloween events suitable for adults only on our list. Just check out our list and start planning for Halloween celebration in advance. 

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1. Halloween trick or treat 

Venue: CityCentre 

Trick or treating will take place no matter whether it will rain outside or whether it will be sunny. The CityCentre’s spooky event will surely leave your kids awestruck, and after they fill their pumpkin with delicious candies, you might prefer sticking around and get a chance to hear some awesome wicked stunes at the popular Monster Mash Dance Party. The Monster Mash Dance Party will be a great place to take your better half or your girlfriend as you will get to enjoy the great music under the stars.   

2. Pearland Halloween Trick-or-Treat Trail

Venue: Veterans Sports Complex, Pearland

The famous Pearland Halloween Trick-or-Treat Trail is an annual event that people of Houston loves. This very annual vent will give you a chance to showcase and flaunt your family’s costumes, and in addition to that, your little ones will have a chance to gather as many candies as they want in their pumpkins. Prefer visiting this event as soon as possible as the first three thousand participants of this event receive a free trick or treat bag. Apart from the free bags and sweet treats this place also offers great food, inflatables for kids, a costume contest, and live entertainment. 

3. Halloween Safe Street 

Venue: Shenandoah 

In the Tuscany Woods Subdivision, the police officers block off the streets in order to make it ensure the safety of the kids while they knock on door to door for trick or treat. Find a good parking spot near the venue and give your kid a chance to safely enjoy trick or treat and to collect as much treat as their heart desires.   

4. Malloween 

Venue: San Jacinto Mall 

This venue doesn’t have any tricks but has only treats! Just put on your costume and trick or treat the stores located at the San Jacinto Mall for enjoying a safe indoor Halloween night with your family.

5. Monster Mash Halloween Spooktacular 

Venue: Memorial City Hall 

Inside the Memorial City Hall, you will be able to enjoy a night full of not-so-haunted fun. This is probably the one of the best Houston Halloween events for people who would like to spend their Halloween with their families and who have kids in their families. This event features indoor trick or treating, interesting games, crafts, and live music.  

6. RMOBC Fall Festival 

Venue: Riceville Mt. Olive Baptist Church

You can have an unforgettable Halloween night while playing games, engaging in fellowship, eating good food, listening to music and enjoying a night filled with fun with your beloved family and friends at the Riceville Mt. Olive Baptist Church. The best thing about this event is that t is free and everyone can participate in this event. 

7. Halloween Trick or Treat Off the Street 

Venue: Houston Premium Outlets

For sure kids find the trick or treat quite interesting as they get lots of candies by participating in it. However, if you too love trick or treat and have been looking for a way to dial up the Halloween festivities a notch up, then you should consider becoming a participant in the Halloween Trick or Treat Off the Street. You will go on a candy scavenger hunt that too around the Houston Premium Outlets. The only thing that you will have to do will be locating the stores with “pumpkin sign” on their window, and you will get some sweet treat from the stores. 

8. Boo on the Boardwalk 

Venue: Kemah Boardwalk 

We think that this year to the Kemah Boardwalk will undergo a colossal haunting and spooky transportation for this year’s Halloween. You can be sure that the Boardwalk stores will be passing out candies to the kids. This event will feature themed activities, live music, and we wish that it will also have the Little Boo Haunted Fun House that all the participants of the event loved last year. This event will be an ideal family Houston Halloween event. 

9. Trunk or treat – Clear Lake United Methodist Church 

Venue: Clear Lake United Methodist Church 

Get ready to stuff your candy bags full of delicious candies and other sweet treats from the annual trunk or treat at Clear Lake United Methodist Church.  

10. Trunk or treat - Friendswood Community church

Venue: Friendswood Community Church 

Friendswood Community church like previous years will be hosting their famous annual trunk or treat event. In this event, kids will receive a chance to trick or treat to their heart's desire in a safe environment.  

11. CRBC Fall Festival 

Venue: Clay Road Baptist Church 

You should be aware of the CRBC Fall Festival as this is the Fall Festival that you wouldn’t want to miss. The deadly combination exciting games, family-friendly costumes, inflatables, delicious food and availability of unlimited amount of candies makes this Halloween event that we can say for sure everyone will agree on attending.

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SWATHI RAMASWAMY SWATHI RAMASWAMY

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