Looking for something spooky and exciting to do this Halloween?

Well, we put together a list of the best Halloween events to attend on and before October 31st!


1. Patuxent Terror Haunted House, Bowie, Maryland- Oct 28, 29, 30, 31 

Sundown to 10 pm at 5016 Patuxent Riding Lane 

Come check out this spooky haunted house that Bowie resident Tim Jumbelick sets up every year! The attraction is free, but it is requested that you bring canned goods as a donation for the Bowie Interfaith Food Pantry!

You can find this haunted house at 5016 Patuxent Riding Lane, Bowie, MD open from sundown to 10 pm 

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2. Far Hills Drive in the Knollwood-Donnybrook neighborhood - Oct 31

Sundown at Knollwood-Donnybrook neighborhood, Baltimore, MD

Every year this lively neighborhood groups together to make a unique trick or treating experience for families to engage in and enjoy! You’ll find groups of brightly decorated homes whose owners delight in hanging out on the front porch passing candy to the kiddos and watching the magic of Halloween unfold. 

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3. Boo at the Zoo at The Maryland Zoo - Oct 27, 28, 29 

10 am-4 pm at 1 Safari Pl, Baltimore, MD

While at the zoo on Friday, Oct 27 - Sunday, Oct 29, join in on the Halloween fun with trick or treating, costume contests, fun carnival games, bounce houses, live entertainments, lots of food, and more!  

http://www.marylandzoo.org/event/zoobooo-2017/

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4. Witch Way To Candy, Bowie Town Center, Maryland  - Oct 31 

6 pm-8 pm at 15606 Emerald Way, Bowie, MD

Bowie Town Center will have lots of Halloween fun on Oct 31! Trick or treating at the stores, games and face painting fun! Come in your costume and join in on the festivities from 6-8pm!

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5. Halloween On Ice Party, Bowie, Maryland - Oct 28 

1-3pm at 3330 Northview Dr, Bowie, MD

The Bowie Ice Arena is the place to be on Saturday, Oct 28! From 1-3pm you can wear a costume or bring a canned good for free admission. Skate rental is $3. Costume AND canned good gets you FREE skate rental too. Costume Contest, Treat Bags for all children in costume, music, door prizes and lots of spooky skating fun!                         https://www.cityofbowie.org/calendar.aspx?PREVIEW=YES&EID=5307 

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6. 19th Century Halloween Masquerade Party  - Oct 31 

7 pm at 1236 H Street Northeast, Washington DC

Join in on the fun at Church & State for a classic 19th-century Halloween masquerade party! Masks are required so feel free to go all out for this evening of beauty, fun, and mystery! Join other masked guests in playing a game of Halloween Ouija in our beautifully decorated church setting and best dressed wins a prize! This event starts at 7 pm on Halloween at 1236 H Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

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7. Clark Elioak Farm - Pumpkin Patch Fun! -Oct 28, 29, 30, 31

10am-5pm at 10500 Clarksville Pike, Ellicott City, MD

In addition to visiting your animal friends, you can take a hayride to the pumpkin patch to pick a pumpkin, gem mine for treasures at our flume, explore our pennant rope maze and enjoy a lovely day at the farm. Attractions include petting farm animals, hay wagon rides, cow train, pony rides, enchanted forest attractions, enchanted pine tree forest and a fall season pumpkin patch. 

http://www.clarklandfarm.com/ 

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8. Maryland Science Center - Halloween Events  - Oct 28 

12pm-4pm at 601 Light St, Baltimore, MD 21230

Celebrate the chills and thrills of Halloween at the Maryland Science Center for Spooky Science Day! Creepy chemistry and mysterious science combine to provide a hauntingly good time. Spend Saturday, Oct 28 afternoon from Noon-4pm and make gooey, glowing slime, launch creepy catapults, see our mad scientists in a creepy interactive demonstration, and even watch us chuck pumpkins off of the roof! 

http://www.mdsci.org/event/spooky-science-3/ 

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9. Fells Point - Oct 31 

Sundown at Fleet St. & Eastern Ave. Baltimore, MD 21231

When you visit the Fell’s Point neighborhood of Baltimore, be ready to “make your own history.” Named for the Englishman who founded a ship-building company, Fell’s Point is a “spirited waterfront community of perpetual celebration of Baltimore’s British nautical roots.” Fell’s Point is located where Fleet Street, Eastern Avenue, Aliceanna Street and Thames Street converge. Unchanged since its very beginnings, Fell’s Point features a neighborhood of homes for kids and their families to trick-or-treat, as well as restaurants and shops.

Fleet St. & Eastern Ave. Baltimore, MD 21231

www.fellspointmainstreet.org

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10. Federal Hill Neighborhood - Oct 31 

Sundown at Federal Hill in Baltimore, MD 

Known for its excellent view of the Inner Harbor, the Federal Hill neighborhood of Baltimore has “postcard-perfect walkable streets” ideal for Halloween! With “brick-front houses, cobblestone sidewalks, and quaint storefronts” you and your little ones will have a blast as you trick-or-treat from door to door. Bundle your little ones in Halloween costumes and set off for an evening stroll on Halloween night in the Federal Hill neighborhood. As you trick-or-treat you and your little ones will pass many local shops and the popular Cross Street Market.

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