Halloween in DFW

Lori Jones
Lori Jones
Published on October 22, 2019

Dark Hour Haunted House

With the magical eclipse known as the Dark Hour spell eminent Lilandra has summoned every Vampire Kin and Clan to usher in the Eternal Darkness. Surely bloodsuckers at every turn paired with the fiercest minion every Coven member has to offer will be enough to achieve the DARK HOUR!

When: Open selected nights until November 2
Where: 701 Taylor Dr. Plano, TX 75074
Cost: From $35
Tickets and Information: https://darkhourhauntedhouse.com/

Pumpkin Nights

Making it’s DFW debut this year, Howells Farm offers a new interactive Halloween experience and festival for all the family. Guests will be transported into an enchanted world with dazzling, multi-sensory Halloween displays. Walk through seven fantasy Pumpkin Lands including Forbidden Pumpkin City, Monster Mash, Maravilla Lane and more. Entertainment includes a nightly fire show, an outdoor movie screening, a bounce house for kids and a variety of treats and drinks. 

When: Open nightly Oct. 10-Nov. 3 from 5:30 to 10:30 p.m.
Where: Howells Farm, 4016 West Division Street Arlington, Texas 76012
Cost: From $18
Tickets and Information: https://howellfamilyfarms.com/

Witches Brew Train

Guests wear their favorite costumes while partaking in Texas craft brews paired with food from Wise Guys Pizzeria. Must be 21 and older to ride. The event proceeds rain or shine.

When: Oct 28 –  6:30 p.m. (boarding), 7 p.m.
Where: 705 S. Main St., Grapevine
Cost: From $35
Tickets and Information: www.grapevinetexasusa.com

Hitchcocktober: Psycho

The popular Alfred Hitchcock movie series at Angelika Film Center and Cafe closes with a special Halloween screening of Psycho.

When: Oct 31 – 6pm
Where: Angelika Film Center and Cafe, 7205 Bishop Rd Suite E6, Plano, TX 75024
Cost: From $10.50
Tickets and Information: https://www.angelikafilmcenter.com/

Safe-tacular for Kids and Pets

Meet and greet with first responders at a safe Halloween party on the bridge. Meet your favorite heroes, see Dallas Police and Fire vehicles. Activities include arts & crafts, games, bounce houses, live entertainment, candy, pet treats and more. Costumes encouraged.

When: Oct 27 – 3pm – 7pm
Where: Ronald Kirk Pedestrian Bridge, 109 Continental Ave, Dallas, TX 75207
Tickets and Information: http://dallascontinentalbridge.com

Monster Mash

The city event includes crafts and games, trick-or-treating, a costume parade, photo moments, live music by Vocal Stomp, harvest treats and refreshments. This event is rain or shine.

When: Oct 30 – 2pm – 5pm
Where: The Marq Southlake, 285 Shady Oaks Drive, Southlake
Cost: Free
Tickets and Information: www.cityofsouthlake.com/events

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