Looking for the best things to do in Houston this Halloween weekend? Here are some family-friendly events and activities to add to your list for Halloween weekend.
The final weekend of October is here, and if you need some treats or spookiness before Halloween on Monday, you are in luck. Go ahead and get out those costumes for Old Town Spring’s Trick or Treat or the SpookTacular Halloween Monster Mash Party at the Woodlands Children’s Museum. You can also Celebrate Dia De Los Muertos at Discovery Green, or head to Cornival at the Health Museum. And if you can’t wait until Halloween, there are plenty of Trunk-Or-Treats around the city all weekend long for kids to get their candy fix.
Believe it or not, there are some non-Halloween events happening this weekend in Houston. Aviation fans will love Wings over Houston, or if you enjoy stargazing, Astronomy Day at the Houston Museum of Natural Science’s George Observatory sounds out of this world. And for all the Lego lovers, the Awesome Exhibition at the George R. Brown Convention Center kicks off on Saturday.
Don’t forget to check out our Fall Bucket List for even more things to do this weekend in Houston with kids, like finding that perfect pumpkin using our list of Top Pumpkin Patches in Houston. And with Halloween on the horizon, visit our Halloween Fun Guide to make the most of the end of the spooky season.