Looking for some frightful fun? Or maybe you prefer soirees that aren’t so spooky? Whatever your jam, we’ve found some of the best 2018 Halloween events for kids of all ages! Craving more? Click HERE to stay on top of ALL the Halloween events in and around Edmonton!
Kick off your Halloween afternoon in warm, comfortable style with the Spooky Night event at Mill Woods Town Centre. Don’t let the frightful name scare you – this event is more sweet than spooky, and perfect for little trick or treaters of all ages! Play fang-tastic games, visit the trick or treating stations, and get a photo download – it’s all FREE!
What do you do with the little ones on Halloween morning before all the trick or treating fun begins? Head to The Arden Theatre in St. Albert and take in the musical mayhem that is Calgary duo Rattle and Strum! Costumes are welcome, and pre-show activities will take place before the main event!
Move over Christmas – Fall is the most wonderful time of the year at Prairie Gardens and Adventure Farm! Their spookiest festival of the season, the Haunted Pumpkin Festival, kicks off on Saturday, September 29, 2018, and runs through the end of October. While you’re there, pick a pumpkin from their pumpkin patch!
Century 21 Leading hosts this family friendly fun fest near Spruce Grove! Wander through paths packed with Halloween decorations, inflatables, animatronics and more. This event is free, but donations for the Kinsmen Christmas Hamper program are gratefully accepted.
Zoo fun, plus trick or treating? Yes, please! At Boo at the Zoo you’ll get closer to the zoo’s amazing animals, as well as some (friendly) ghosts and goblines. There will be treats, crafts and activities. Wear your costume and don’t forget your trick or treat bag!
The frights are flying high at the Alberta Aviation Museum during Haunted Halloween at Hangar 14! Follow the clues in the spooky scavenger hunt and collect your prize! Plus, kids in costume get in free.
What do you get when you cross the power of lasers with one of Halloween’s spookiest symbols? How about this amazing laser-cut spider lamp! You can make your very own at the TELUS World of Science Edmonton! Register in advance. (Kids 12 and under need a grownup with them.)
The Night of Fear Festival is actually two days of frightful fun! Many of the events are geared toward a more grown-up crowd, but Saturday afternoon is less-scary, more-sweet, including the Halloween costume contest at 1 pm.
Why should humans get all the fun? Get your pooch on the best dressed list at the pooch parade at Greenland Garden Centre! Compete in the costume contest for great prizes, including Best Human/Canine pair! Even if you don’t have a pup to enter, you can still come out and watch the fun!
Visit the Muttart Conservatory for their Ghoulish Garden Party. Join costumed kids playing ghoulish games and making creepy crafts! While you’re there, be sure to check out their feature pyramid celebrating Day of the Dead!
Although we do our best to provide you with accurate information, all event details are subject to change. Please contact the facility to avoid disappointment.