Halloween is a big deal on our street. It’s one of the reasons we bought our house. There’s a cookout and then ALL the kids go trick-or-treating. I love seeing the costumes and the kids running around. Whether or not you have an awesome trick-or-treating street, there are lots of places to go for trick-or-treating during the month of October. Here are a few. Know more? Tell us about it.
What: Trick or Treat at the Museum
Where: Children’s Museum of Atlanta
When: Sat., Oct. 23, 2010 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Cost: Members $6 plus tax, General Admission $15 plus tax (no tickets available at the door)
This event sells out quickly, so don’t delay if you think you’d like to go. There will be crafts, prizes, games and some surprises too!
What: Boo at the Zoo
Where: Zoo Atlanta
When: Sat. and Sundays Oct. 23, 24, 30, 31 (10 am – 3 pm)
Cost: Free for Members, Free with General Admission ($19.99 adults, $14.99 Children 3 – 11)
Explore magical paths, sample sweet treats (while supplies last), meet the whimsical characters of Zoo Boo Town, and much more.
What: Goblins in the Garden
Where: Atlanta Botanical Garden
When: Sunday, Oct. 24, 2010 11 am – 5 pm
Cost: Free with Admission (train rides $2, pony rides $4)
Bring young goblins dressed in their Halloween best for a costume parade, the ride-on-train, games, pony rides, tricks, treats and more! Plus, explore Scarecrows in the Garden! The Garden is stuffed with more than 100 wacky creations.
What: Georgia A-Scary-Um
Where: Georgia Aquarium
When: Oct. 29 – 31, 2010
Cost: Kids 12 and under in costume are FREE accompanied by an adult
Not only will the Aquarium be decked out with Halloween-themed decorations, but there will be music, candy stations throughout the Aquarium, Halloween craft tables and costume contests throughout the day. So join us, wear your costumes and get ready to have a screaming good time with bat fish, spider crabs, ghost jellies and more!
Where: High Museum of Art
When: Sunday, Oct. 31, 2010
Cost: Children in costume get in free!
Start your Halloween Festivities this year by listening to spooky stories and creating fantastical Dali-ween masks at the High Museum of art.