Every Day through the end of October
St. James Episcopal Church
9845 McCree Road, Dallas, TX 75238 (North Dallas)
The 25th Annual Pumpkin Patch is a joint venture between St. James and Southwest based farmers. Enjoy a picturesque backdrop and be sure pick out your favorite from a variety of pumpkins in every size. Proceeds from the pumpkin sales fund the St. James Student Ministries. Please hit the link for more details.
Now through Monday, October 31st, 7:00p – 11:00p
Drive Thru Trick-or-Treating
American Airlines Center (Silver Parking Garage)
2500 Victory Ave., Dallas, TX 75219
Drive Boo Halloween, presented by iHeart Radio, a contactless family-friendly Halloween event. Enjoy a spooky good time from the comfort of your own car, featuring circus thrills, Halloween icons, and fun treats. Follow the link for more information.
Thursday, October 27th – October 29th, 8:30p – 9:30p
2100 Flora St., Dallas, TX 75201
In the Conservatory with a Knife, loosely inspired by the board game “Clue”–this Halloween weekend you are cordially invited to a consuming murder mystery. A room-by-room, clue gathering experience as you watch the story unfold. Imagined by Bombshell Dance Project, it’s a production that will challenge your psyche. Admission $29.50, tap the link for tickets and additional information.
Friday, October 28th, 4:00p – 7:00p
3rd Annual Trick-or-Treat event
Main Street Garden
1902 Main St., Dallas, TX 75201
Full City Block – including Main, Commerce & Elm Street
Trick or Treat on Downtown Streets Everyone is invited to the 3rd Annual Trick-or-Treat event (adults, kids and pets). A map will be provided of participating businesses starting at Main Street Garden. Local retailers will create a fun Halloween station to hand out tricks and treats. Hit the link for more info.
Friday, October 28th, 6:30p – 9:30p
Dallas Bites and Sights Tours
4925 Greenville Ave., Suite 255, Dallas, TX 75206
The Haunted Lights & Frights Tour The Spooky side of Dallas will be on display when you go along on this eerie adventure. Discover some of the city’s scariest places including cemeteries, hotels, some with the rep of being haunted! Costumes encouraged. Click the link for admission prices and other details.
Saturday, October 29th, 10:00p
Dot’s Hop House
2645 Commerce St., Dallas, TX 75226
Dallas Zombie Crawl – Halloween Pub Crawl Over 500 guests are expected to roam the streets of Deep Ellum (in costume), stopping in and out of bars and nightclubs with one all-access pass. Map of participating venues will be available. Hit the link for more details.
Sunday, October 30th, 5:00p – 10:00p
Trick-or-Treat in the Park
Farmers Branch Historical Park
2540 Farmers Branch Ln., Dallas, TX 75234
Farmers Branch Halloween in the Park Marvel at the park’s transformation into a Halloween spectacle with plenty of family-friendly activities including a Haunted Hedge, Booville, Cash Midway Games, bounce houses, stage entertainment, food trucks and much more. Please visit the link for detailed information on admission and Boo passes.
Whether you’ll be out and about in your neighborhood or checking out festivities around the metroplex, no matter how cautious you are, the frightening statistics don’t lie. Halloween night is one of the most dangerous times to be on the road. Do your part by buckling up for safety and looking out for pedestrians but remember, If you’re in a car or truck wreck anywhere in the Dallas/Ft. Worth metro area, the Law Offices of Houston M. Smith, P.C. is always available, 24/7 call 945-HOU-STON (945-468-7866).