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2016 Atlanta Halloween Events List

Although your neighborhood Halloween tradition may be to go door-to-door for trick-or-treating, the biggest fun is often reserved in public events. When we first lived in an apartment here in Atlanta and A.J. was little, we didn’t do as much for Halloween. Honestly, I was also concerned about his food allergies. Thankfully, he grew out of this chocolate allergy a few years ago. Our first real Atlanta Halloween event was a visit to our neighborhood Publix grocery store where we went from department to department for goodies. Now that A.J. is older he has more opinions about where he’d like to go and what he’d like to do. Check out this list of Atlanta Halloween Events and use the social sharing tools so your Georgia friends know what’s ahead.

Note: At least one of the events below is SOLD OUT. So don’t delay! Purchase your tickets online today. I’d hate for you to get your children all dressed up for an event, then you show up and you can’t get in.

Atlanta Halloween Events

Atlanta Halloween Events

Halloween Party with Super Girl at Olivia’s Dollhouse Tea Room

When: Saturday, October 22 from 6:30-8 p.m.

Boys and girls are welcome to dress up before they arrive or change in the Olivia’s closet. Super Girl will be the special guest for story time, photos and autographs.

Address: 5075 Abbotts Bridge Road, Suite 500 Johns Creek, GA 30005

Admission: $20 per child/first sibling; $15 each additional sibling

Register: Olivia’s Website

Super Girl on CW

Hippo Hopp Hippoween Party

When: Sunday, October 30th from 4-7 p.m.

Crafts, games, face painting and play inside Atlanta’s eco-friendly playground.

Where: 1936 Briarwood Court Atlanta, GA 30329

Admission: $12 ($2 off for children dressed in costumes)

Register: In-person

Happy Mango Trick or Treat

When: Sunday, October 30th from 2-4 p.m.

Stop by the eco-friendly store for babies and children to decorate pumpkins.

Where: 1996 Hosea L. Williams Dr NE in Kirkwood

Admission: FREE

Register: Just pop in!

Happy Mango Trick or Treat

Center for Puppetry Arts Headless Horseman

When: Saturday, October 29th Costume Day; showings thru November 9th

“Celebrate Halloween in style at the Center for Puppetry Arts! When you attend the first Saturday of The Headless Horseman of Silly Hollow in your Halloween costume, you’ll be entered to WIN a family 4-pack of tickets to a future show of your choice.”

Where: 1401 Spring St. NW at 18th Atlanta, GA 30309-2820 USA

Admission: $20.50

Registration: Puppetry Arts Website

Puppetry Arts Headless Horseman

 

Fernbank BOOSeum Trick-or-Treat

When: Saturday, October 29th from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

“For one day every year, Fernbank Museum becomes Fernbank BOO-sueum! Follow the screams (of delight) to a day of frightening-ly fun Halloween-themed activities including treats for kids in costume, games, music and more.”

Where: 767 Clifton Rd NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30307

Admission: Museum admission starting at $16

Registration: General Admission Tickets at Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Children’s Museum of Atlanta Trick or Treat – SOLD OUT!

Haunted Hall of Fame

When: Saturday & Sunday, October 22-23; Saturday & Sunday October 29-30

“Play on our Field of Screams, try our spooky scavenger hunt and go trick or treating throughout the Hall’s haunted hallways. Dodge ghosts in our Ghost Run, build a tombstone for your school’s biggest rival with The Home Depot and eat lots of candy along the way. Don’t forget your costume.”

Where: 250 Marietta Street NW Atlanta, GA 30313

Admission: Starts at $16.99

Registration:  Buy tickets online at the College Football Hall of Fame

Zoo Atlanta’s Boo at the Zoo

When: Saturday & Sunday, October 22-23; Saturday & Sunday October 29-30 from 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.

“Sample treats throughout the Zoo, and enjoy the sights, characters and adventures of the whimsical Zoo Boo Town on four magical days with more than 1,000 animals from around the world. Don’t forget your costume!”

Where: 800 Cherokee Street SE Atlanta, GA 30315

Admission:

Registration: Zoo Atlanta website

Boo at the Zoo

Stone Mountain Park Pumpkin Festival

When: Thru October 30th

Halloween weekend at the pumpkin festival has a Heroes theme, so come dressed up!

Where: 1000 Robert E Lee Blvd Stone Mountain, GA 30083

Admission: Starts at $21.95

Registration: Purchase in-person at Stone Mountain Park

Stone Mountain Park Pumpkin Festival

 

Brick-or-Treat at Legoland Discovery Center

When: Every weekend in October & Costume Contest

“Every Saturday and Sunday of October, children can enjoy a “find the pumpkins” MINILAND scavenger hunt and pumpkin build classes in the Master Builder Academy to place in the LEGO® pumpkin patch!”

Where: Phipps Plaza second floor, 500 Peachtree Road NE Atlanta, GA 30326

Admission: Starts at $12.50 | Children under 2 are free

Registration: Brick-or-Treat Event Page

 

legoland brick or treat

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2 comments

  1. “For one day every year, Fernbank Museum becomes Fernbank BOO-sueum! Follow the screams (of delight) to a day of frightening-ly fun Halloween-themed activities including treats for kids in costume, games, music and more.” – Great!!!!!!!

  2. Halloween is one of the most exciting times of the year to be a kid. It’s also a pretty exciting time to be a parent.

    Unfortunately, Halloween is one of the most dangerous times of the year for children. From candy hazards to defective contact lenses, there are all sorts of different product safety concerns about Halloween.

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