Houston Halloween Events that Chummy for Kids
Halloween is an event in association with the Celtic festival of Samhain. Known as the spookiest night of the year, people celebrate it on the eve of 31st October. This day is famous as All Saint’s Day. This festival is a cheerful time for the children. They all dress up in ghost and with frightening masks and costumes with their families. They along with their family enjoy the magic and mischief of ‘All Hallows Eve’. They might attend various Halloween event parties at different place of Houston.
The Hermann Park Houston zoo throws the biggest Halloween party of the year. It takes place on the eve of 31st October. The imps who love animals and like playing with them will never give a miss to such an event. The party comprises of various events. From a Costume Parade and Monster Mural, it all ends at the candy corners. Attending the ‘Pumpkin Patch’, children make their own Jack-o-Lanterns to dress up in the spookiest way possible. What is a must is every child carrying the trick-or-treat bags. The tickets for 2-11 years are $13 and $17 for adults. Besides animals, one enjoys the bat exhibit overtaking Haunted House on the very day.
This festival takes place at the Children’s Museum of Houston on the same eve of 31st October. The festival invites the funky dress up children to an early evening of spookiness. Scientific experiments, trick-or-treating help the children to ideas about science and innovative things. The museum is all decorated top to bottom with spooky ghost, spiders and creepy crawlies. Walking through the kid-tropolis, they explore the city life chains. That is how banks, doctors and businesses help a city stand tall.
On the eve of 27th October, the Discovery garden of Downtown Houston gets all spooky and creepy. The annual event of Halloween here is a screening of a scary movie. The goblins below 8 will find the movie a little scary, but it is a competent experience for all attending. Besides the movie screening, a costume contest takes place here every year. The children need to register their names at the given time schedule on the given venue. There will be categories considering the age group. The prizes of allocation are for the Winner, the 1st Runner up and the 2nd runner up for each category. Even there is competition for your dog as well.
The schedule for this Halloween event is 31st October at the venue of Houston Children Museum at 1500 Binz. Moe’s Monster Mash Bash is an 'all'Bout Kids' Halloween party. There is no separate entrance fee for the festival apart from the museum admission fee of $12 for all. Parents can enjoy events by participating in trick-o-treating and ‘Thriller Dance Party’. Besides there are Monster Mash Up and Dj to make the Halloween Party the loudest. As this is a family event, one can send Halloween flower as greetings to the other familiar person.
IGi Playground hosts the safest Halloween party ever on the 31st October eve. They conduct a walk in Spooky dresses to accredit the best Halloween costume of the year. Along with the kids, parents can also join the event for pure fun. There are prizes for the top three contestants. The ticket charge is also very much affordable for all. $7 is cost for below 2 year children and $15 for others. Adults do not have much activity in the event. The best they can do is to gift flowers to each other from Send Flower Houston online site.
Talking about magic none can miss mentioning the legend of Rowling’s Harry Potter. So a Harry Potter party theme is the best that any Halloween party has as its theme. Houston Public Library is hosting the harry Potter theme Halloween party. It is the best place to reflect the magical roundabout of Hogwarts. It takes place around last week of October to first week of November. There are many engaging games and events for children besides costume contest. The unique thing of all is the 3-D screening of Harry Potter movies, giving a more real feeling.
This Halloween theme party is all set to attract people at Kemah Boardwalk. The festival happens throughout the whole month of October. The place is the favorite kids who love to scare people. The addition to the attraction is not one but two haunted houses. They are Dungeon of Doom haunted house and Boo Haunted fun house for children. Besides the regular rides, one can enjoy other live entertainments of pumpkin decorations. Trick-n-treating is another exciting attraction for kids.
Halloween as the spookiest festival of the year, everyone loves to celebrate it with fun. Houston has many places to enjoy this festival to the fullest. Make choices for your kids to their favorite destination Halloween theme party. Bring them to any one of more of the above mentioned Halloween event and make him enjoy.
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