The Spookiest Halloween Events in October

Prepare yourself for some of the spookiest…scariest…most frightening Halloween events in the Dallas Fort Worth area. From Boo at the Fort Worth Zoo to trick or treating at the Dallas Arboretum and  31 days of horror movies at the Alamo Drafthouse, take a look at these spooktacular Halloween events.

Drafthouse of Horrors at the Alamo Drafthouse

You will be frightened by the 31 days of horror movies showing in October at the Alamo Drafthouse. The month of horror includes the spooky…ooky, mysterious and kooky Addams Family, Ghostbusters, Evil Dead 2, The Bride of Frankenstein and Zombieland: Double Tap menu specials.
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Thrills by Day at FrightFest

Thru October 31
Six Flags Over Texas

Your little witches and goblins will enjoy a day full of festive entertainment at Fright Fest. From taking a ride on your favorite coaster to a visit to Looney Tunes SPOOKY TOWN there are plenty of activities for the whole family. Fright By Night: Fright Fest offers a wide array of places to get your scare on including several haunted houses and scare zones located throughout the park. The stuff of nightmares lurk around every corner of the park as the dark of night washes over the park. The ghouls are set free for their daily hunting rituals. BEWARE! There is no place to hide!

For more info and tickets to FrightFest *Warning: FrightFest may be too intense for children under 13. No masks or costumes allowed.

Screams Halloween Theme Park

Screams has five haunted houses, each with a different theme for the ultimate Halloween experience! Get the Fast Pass and experience the terror over and over again by going through the Haunted Houses as many times as you like.

Screams runs every Friday and Saturday night through October 26. Recommended for ages 16+.

See our Concierge Connection newsletter for information about discounted admission tickets and promo code.

Boo at the Zoo

October 25-27
Fort Worth Zoo

Boo at the Fort Worth Zoo 2019

Boo at the Zoo is the Fort Worth’s Zoo’s family-friendly event; all costumes must be appropriate for all ages. For everyone’s safety, all adults must leave their faces clearly visible at all times – adults in heavy makeup or masks will not be allowed into the Zoo. Boo at the Zoo will be held if there is light rain, but in the event or even threat of severe weather, such as lightning, hail or flooding, they will cancel the event and make notification via the website and their social media channels.

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