Halloween In Phoenix

Halloween is the one time of year where people from all walks of life gather around and celebrate the day to the fullest. This is the same case with the people of Phoenix. People have the maximum fun following the traditions of the festival such as pumpkin carving, trick-or-treat, dressing up and much more. The streets of Phoenix is filled with people who are celebrating Halloween in their own way. So, if you are looking for some exciting activities to participate in during Halloween, you will not be disappointed by the choices. Here are some things that you can do on Halloween in Phoenix:

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Halloween In Phoenix For Kids

1. Phoenix Zoo’s Howl-O-Ween Event

Halloween is a special occasion for the children, and they are always excited to participate in the activities associated with it. Hence the Phoenix Zoo brings to the children the Howl-O-Ween event every year. In this event, different activities are organized in the zoo such as  games, trick-or-treat, arts and craft and much more. The whole zoo area is decorated, and the kids are required to wear their costumes. The best part about this event is that the animals in the zoo get to have fun too. They are given special treats which they are pleased to devour. The activities are divided into Merry and Scary. The Merry activities are specially designed for the children below eight years of age, and the Scary part is for the elders.

Admission- The zoo entry charges are applied, and the tickets can be bought on the website or on the venue. The extra cost applies to some activities.

2. Halloween Spooktacular

Halloween Spooktacular is a family event that takes place in Chandler. In this event, the kids and their folks dress up in their costumes and enjoy an evening filled with music, food, dance and much more. A variety of games are organized for the children to participate and take back home some prizes.

Admission- The entry to the event is free. Extra charges are applied on participation in activities.

3. The PoeFest

The work of one of the most famous poet of all times Edgar Allan Poe is celebrated in Phoenix the entire month of October. However, on the night of Halloween, there is a special presentation of his most famous poem, “The Raven.” This also marks the end of the PoeFest. All the children and their parents can attend this play and be amazed by the work of Poe.

Admission- The tickets are available online as well as offline. Children under 13 years need an adult guardian to enter the theater.

4. Sea Life Arizona’s Halloween Event

The Sea Life Arizona organizes the Halloween Spooktacular event for the children of Phoenix. It is named similar to other events, but the activities are entirely different. The kids get to dress up in their costumes and experience the sea life like never before. These family-friendly activities are designed to suit the kids of all ages.

Admission- The entry tickets have to be bought for the adults and the kids.

5. Enchanted Pumpkin Garden

The enchanted pumpkin garden is a display of some of the most bizarre pumpkin cravings. You will find pumpkin sculptures created by some of the most famous artists from the world. One of the most prominent artists is Ray Villafane. You will also be able to participate in pumpkin carving and other fun activities.

Admission- The entry to the event is free for adults as well as kids.

Halloween In Phoenix For Adults

1. Cave Creek Wicked Pub Crawl

The Pub Crawl at Cave Creek is one of the most anticipated events every Halloween. It involves costume contests and lots of drinks. Almost all the pubs in the town are included in the crawl, and each of them offers specially designed cocktails to their visitors. So, dance your night away in these pubs all across Phoenix.

2. Zombie Walk

The zombie walk is another amazing event that takes place during Halloween in Phoenix. As the name suggests, people dressed up as zombies gathe and walk around the city. There are other activities such as live band performances, food trucks, and a costume contests. If you have children, there is also a kid’s zone for them at the zombie walk. Thousands of people join the zombie walk. As silly it might sound, people actually do have a lot of fun in these.

Admission- The adults need to buy a ticket for $12 and the children less than 12 years are given a free entry.

3. Ghost Tours In Phoenix

When it comes to the Ghost tours, a lot of places in Phoenix are considered haunted. So, you will have many options while finding the best tour for you and your friends. Some places have kid-friendly ghost tours, but most of these are specially designed for the adults. You can join the groups and take tours around some of the most haunted buildings, cemeteries and even museums in the night.

Admission- The charges for each ghost tour are different. All the details are available on their websites prior to the event.

4. Haunted Houses in Phoenix

There are numerous haunted houses in Phoenix, and some of them are specially designed for the occasion of Halloween. These are not just like the haunted houses you visited when you were a kid. Only visit them if you have the guts to be scared to hell. Some of the most famous haunted houses that you can visit this Halloween are; 13th Floor Haunted House, Mount Mayhem Haunted House, Fear Farm, Haunted Jail, AZ Field of Scream and much more.

Admission- Most of the haunted houses have online ticketing available. However, you can also buy the tickets from the venue itself.

In addition to all this fun, you can also join one of the numerous parties that take place in Phoenix. From costume parties to pub crawls, there is something for everyone. If you are not much of a fan of the parties, you can also book yourself a ticket for a music concert or a play. You will be amazed by how many activity choices you will have during the Halloween in Phoenix. So, get ready to enjoy this festival with the locals in Phoenix.

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