Kid-Friendly Halloween Attractions in DFW
We've filled you in on all the best Pumpkin Patches to visit here in DFW. If you're looking for some other kinds of Halloween fun that the kids can get into, check out these Kid-Friendly Halloween Attractions.
Little Elm || October 14-16, 2021
Pumpkin Hollow in Little Elm has become a beloved annual event in the community! The 3-day event has a little bit of everything including a carnival, haunted trail, and lighted pumpkin trail featuring hundreds of pumpkins.
Crayola Experience, Plano || Now-October 31, 2021
This event at Crayola Experience in Plano is full of spooky-fun activities like a scavenger hunt, crafts, pumpkin decorating, slime classes and more. And that's all in addition to their regular 26 attractions! It's all included with regular admission. Oh, and kids are definitely encouraged to wear their costumes!
Great Wolf Lodge, Grapevine || Now-October 31, 2021
During the month of October, Great Wolf Lodge has an abundance of "fa-BOO-lous" events and activities like Boo BINGO, crafts, a Trick-or-Treat Trail, story times, Monster Mash Dance Parties, and more. All activities are included with your overnight stay and your kids are encouraged to wear their costumes around the resort!
Gaylord Texan, Grapevine || Now-October 31, 2021
The Gaylord is hosting their Goblins & Giggles event for the second year which includes activities like an art studio, hide-and-seek scavenger hunt, ghost stories, Monster Mash Bash, and a Trick-or-Treat Expedition. Guests can enjoy other Halloween-themed activities happening around the resort like spooky animal encounters and family BINGO.
Howell Farms, Arlington || Now-October 31, 2021
At Pumpkin Nights you'll get to venture through their six magical pumpkin-themed lands, watch live pumpkin carving, enjoy a variety of delicious food from local food vendors, and dig for buried treasure in Pirate Cove.
Dallas Arboretum || Now-October 31, 2021
This year's theme for Autumn at the Arboretum is "Bugtopia" and is filled with 90,000 pumpkins, gourds, and squash made into larger-than-life insect topiaries, bugged-out pumpkin houses, and a maze the kiddos will definitely enjoy.