The official date for Trick-or-Treat night in the Oklahoma City area this year is Monday, October 31st. There are a number of events around the metro to celebrate this holiday.
The Harn Homestead (1721 N Lincoln) is offering a night of Trick-or-Treating, hay rides, apple bobbing, marshmallow roasting and more. This will be Thursday, October 27th from 5:30 to 8:30. Children are $3 or $5 at the door and up to 2 parents accompanying are free.
Oklahoma Gazette’s Halloween Parade – aka Ghouls Gone Wild
The parade starts at 7:00pm Satuday, October 29th and will begin at NE 3rd Street and E.K. Gaylord traveling north and ending at NW 12th Street and North Walker. There will be local bands, dance groups, and individual performers.
Frightfest at Frontier City
This has been running Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights since October 1st and will continue through Sunday, October 30th. This includes a trick-0r-treat trail for kids and a great haunted house for the older ones. Admission is included with park admission except for the haunted house.
This is an annual event at the zoo and runs this year from October 26th through October 31st. Times are 6:30 – 8:30 each evening. It’s trick-or-treating for the kids through the zoo and this is probably the most popular event. Admission is $7 for kids ($6 in advance) and accompanying adults are free.
Creepy Conservatory at the Myriad Botanical Gardens
Ready to get up close with things that slither, slime and slink? There’s no better place to get your spook on than at the Myriad Botanical Gardens’ annual “Creepy Conservatory.” Participants can get up close with some of nature’s most dastardly beasts, all in a safe, fun, family-friendly environment. Arts & crafts, safe trick-or-treating and a spooky story or two are all part of the creepy fun. Saturday, October 29 from 1:00-4:00 p.m.
This runs Friday’s and Saturdays from October 14th through the 29th. Get dressed up and have a costumed river cruise on the Oklahoma River. The adult Haunt the River Cruises include constests, entertainment and cash bar.
- Dungeon Haunted Ride in 3D This ride is available all year in Bricktown but goes for the extreme scare during Halloween. It’s along the canal and admission starts at $5
- Bricktown’s Haunted Warehouse The location is the Bricktown Coca-Cola Event Center. This year it’s “Pitch Black” ~ 20,000 square feet of pure terror. It runs from the 19th through the 31st. Admission is $13 or $18 (VIP). Info at 405.236.4143.
- Terror on 10th Street (2005 NW 10th Street) This is a guided tour of an actual house and giving the home’s haunted history. Admission is $5 per person. For info call 405.232.1816
- Trail of Terror (2701 W 10th Street, El Reno) Pruportadly one of the more intense haunted house experiences in the Metro. It’s open from 6:30 to 11:00 on Saturday October 29th and Sunday October 30th. Admission is $7. Website
- Guthrie Haunts (4524 Riverside Circle, Guthrie) This is new in 2011. The haunted house is open at 8:00pm on October 28th, 29th, 30th and 31st. Admission is $7.
- Ultimate Terrors (Crossroads Mall) This is 3 haunted houses in one – Skull Manor, Code Blue and 3-D Chaos. Admission is $12 for Skull Manor and $10 each for Code Blue and 3-D Chaos. For all 3 it’s $20 or $28 for a VIP pass. It’s open daily and gates open at 7:00pm. Website
Have a great Halloween!!!