Grab your broomsticks and facepaint and get ready to have a scary good time in The Woodlands. With all the fun and candy to be had, your friends at Visit The Woodlands wanted to give you ample time to get your costumes ready for all the fangtastic fun to come this October!
Hocus Pocus Pops
October 12 | Gates open at 6 p.m.
The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Get ready for tricks and treats at Hocus Pocus Pops featuring the Houston Symphony at 7:30 p.m. Pre-concert activities will haunt the plazas beginning at 6 p.m., with ghostly train rides on the Great Pumpkin Express starting at 5:30. Attendees are gravely encouraged to dress up in their Halloween costume for a chance to walk on stage during the concert.
The Haunting at Bear Branch – The Psycho Path
October 12, 13, 19, 20, 26 & 27 | 8 to 10 p.m.
Bear Branch Park
The Haunted Trail at Bear Branch will have your heart pounding as a tour guide walks you down The Psycho Path. This popular annual program involves a temporary trail which is built to feature different themes each fall. To complete the theme this year, “patients” will be admitted and tour through a hospital gone mad! Produced and staffed by Township Parks and Recreation staff along with a host of volunteer groups. You can expect to be terrified at this nightmarish outdoor stroll! The trail is recommended for ages 9 and up and tickets must be purchased in person for $9 each. Admission to the Haunted Trail is $9 per person, entry ticket sales stop at 9:30 p.m. Want to skip the lines and get spooked sooner? A limited number of Fast Pass tickets will be available beginning October 1st for $18 each, to purchase a Fast Pass call 281-210-3950 or 281-516-7348.
Trick or Treat Trail
October 28 | 3 to 6 p.m.
All are invited to don their costumes and enjoy a ghoulishly delightful celebration at the annual Trick or Treat Trail. Walk from booth to booth and fill your bag with sweet treats from local vendors. This free event also includes strolling entertainers, inflatables, games and costume contests.
October 31 | 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Woodlands Children’s Museum
This frightfully good time is perfect for the little ones! On Halloween day, the museum will only be open for the Spooktacular for children to enjoy a special monster mash boogie bash, spooky games, experiments and more. Admission is $4 for members and $10 for non- members, children under 1 are free. Tickets will be available for purchase beginning October 1, by calling 281-465-0955.
Monster Mash Trick-or-Treat Stop
October 31 | 5 to 8 p.m.
The Recreation Center at Rob Fleming Park
Princesses, ghosts and goblins, prepare for a scary good time at The Rob Fleming Recreation Center. Enjoy Halloween night in the company of other spooky characters where you can trick or treat, play games, craft and even participate in a costume contest, a new contest will be held every 30 minutes at this come and go style halloween stop.
Bonus: Halloween doesn’t have to just be for the kids, adults can plan a night out with music and fun too!
October 26 | 8 to 11 p.m.
The Westin at The Woodlands
This high energy dueling pianos show is back, and this time with a Halloween themed costume contest just for adults! Come dressed in your best costume, and be ready to sing and dance to your favorite songs, the best costume will receive a $50 bar tab credit. Doors open at 7 p.m. with food and drink specials available for purchase. Limited seating is available, purchase tickets now for $45 before prices increase.
Spend The Night
Book a stay with your BOO for Halloween at The Embassy Suites in Hughes Landing. This package is complete with a spooky turndown with haunted cookies, two bloody mary drink coupons and trick or treating in the phantom room, offer available October 21-31, 2018.