Put on your costumes, pack up the family, and enjoy these Halloween-themed festivities.
It’s back and it’s bigger and better than ever! Explore a glowing trail with thousands of artistically carved pumpkins at the Minnesota Zoo. This year’s theme is “Night at the Library" and features plenty of seasonal fun.
All-new, over-the-top, larger-than-life, gotta-be-there Halloween event packed with fun and family-friendly eeriness. From little goblins to grown-up ghouls, everyone will find ghastly great things to do for Halloween. Enjoy delicious seasonal treats, drinks and, of course, candy! Tickets start at $29.99
Check out the Twin Cities Model Railroad Museum’s collection of model trains and toy trains of yesteryear come alive as the lights are turned down for a spooky Halloween setting. Costumes are welcome and treats will be handed out.
Meet the ghost of railroading past at the Jackson Street Roundhouse for a favorite trick-or-treating experience. Scary old trains, haunted caboose rides, and smores by the campfire accompany good ol’ trick-or-treating fun.
Halloween Costume Party | Oct. 28
Join KRSM and WFNU Radio for an all-ages Halloween event at Urban Growler. Not only will there be DJ's, food trucks, a costume contest, and of course, beer, but Nur-D will be performing. Free admission for kids. Tickets for adults start at $20.
Minnesota Children's Museum is the place for all kinds of (not-so-scary) Halloween fun with trick-or-treating, a dance party with live DJ, activities and crafts, carnival games and more! The entire museum will be open during the event. Get tickets
Dress up in your Halloween best and head over to Union Depot for a spooky day of fun for families. Create a pumpkin craft, trick-or-treat, jam to a DJ and dance zone and enjoy Halloween-themed entertainment - all for free!
The beloved Great Pumpkin Halloween Celebration at Landmark Center includes live entertainment, crafts, treats and a costume parade. Free to attend.
In the spirit of Halloween, come trick or treat ta the doors of Can Can Wonderland. If you knock on the right doors, a Halloween character will answer and give a treat. No additional cost, just the standard cost of admission of $12 per person, 5 and under FREE.