Your Guide to Atlanta’s Indoor Halloween Celebrations

I remember going door-to-door as a dressed-up child for Halloween, but it seems like those days are long gone. In Atlanta, I’ve noticed there are neighborhoods that are known for active celebrations with candy being handed out. There are also older neighborhoods with fewer kids, so adults rarely hand out candy. Not to be a Debbie Downer, but some parents don’t feel safe going door-to-door with their kids anymore. Add to that combination – Atlanta’s Halloween Night 2019 looks like it’ll be rainy and stormy. If you’re looking for Atlanta Indoor Halloween Celebrations we’ve got you covered with a lengthy list I’ll update all day, so check back for updates OR message me on the Mommy Talk Show Facebook page.

HippoHopp HippoWeen

Your Guide to Atlanta's Indoor Halloween Celebrations

HippoHopp is locally owned and a green business! Bring your babies, toddlers and elementary-aged kids there to bounce and play. We celebrated A.J.’s birthday there a few years ago!

Tuesday, October 29th from 4-7 p.m. at HippoHopp Peachtree Corners

Address: 6315 Spalding Drive, Suite C

Wednesday, October 30th from 4-7 p.m. at HippoHopp Atlanta

Address: 1936 Briarwood Court NE

Purchase event tickets to HippoHopp HippoWeen.

Fernbank Science Museum Ghostly Gatherings

Address: 767 Clifton Rd NE Atlanta

Thursday, October 31st

For visitors who wear a Halloween costume, save 31% off full-priced museum tickets!

Purchase information is on the Fernbank Science Museum Special Offers Page.

“Enjoy twilight tours of the outdoor experience, Woodland Spirits, spooky storytelling, live glass harp music, hands-on crafts for younger visitors, access to all indoor exhibits, and more.”

Your Guide to Atlanta's Indoor Halloween Celebrations

“As you explore WildWoods and Fernbank Forest, be prepared to encounter ghostly visitors in the shadows, up in the trees, deep in the vistas, and waiting in plain sight. Although mostly undisturbed throughout history, these woods feature clues and remnants from those who’ve come before us. Perhaps their spirits never left.

Woodland Spirits features a variety of ghostly figures imagined by Fernbank and transformed by Laura Lewis, an Atlanta artist who specializes in sculpture, painting and outdoor installations.”

Legoland Discovery Center Brick or Treat

Address: Inside Phipps Plaza, 3500 Peachtree Road

Through October 31st

“Something spooktacular is taking over LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Atlanta this October and you’re invited to the only Halloween Party that’s built for kids! Our LEGO® FUNgineers are busy making the attraction BOO-tiful and are planning wicked-awesome activities around every creepy corner including:

Brick-or-Treat: Visit our Playmakers throughout the attraction to collect pieces to build a spooky LEGO® model to take home*!

Wicked Group Build: Work with our Playmakers to build a 6ft LEGO® witch! Don’t forget to snap a photo and #LDCAtlanta!

Haunted MINILAND: LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta’s MINILAND transforms into a hauntingly fun area where you can search and find all the extra spooky scenes.

Character Meet & Greets: Meet your favorite LEGO characters hourly – show off your costumes and snap the ultimate selfie!”

Purchase Legoland Discovery Center Atlanta passes online for savings.

The Great Clarkston Pumpkin Patch & Carving Party

Address: 4170 E Ponce de Leon Drive in Clarktson

Wednesday, October 30 from 6-8 p.m.

“Get excited for some spooky family fun at Refuge Coffee Co.! Join us on Wednesday, October 30th from 6 pm – 8pm for a pumpkin party.

We will have a pumpkin carving station, fall-themed recipes
and will be giving away free take-home pumpkins for all attendees (first come, first serve).”

A Stormy Halloween at North Dekalb Mall

Address: 2050 Lawrenceville Highway in Decatur

Challenges Games & Comics, AMC Theater and various stores throughout the mall will host trick-or-treating and a scavenger hunt.

About Joyce Brewer

Creator & Host of Mommy Talk Show. Emmy award-winning TV journalist.Wife & Mommy; Mom Blogger; Social Media Coach; Long Island, New York transplant living in Atlanta, GA. Follow Joyce on Twitter @MommyTalkShow Author of Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms featuring interviews with mompreneurs who created businesses using their skills & backgrounds.

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