Things to do for Halloween in Phoenix

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By: Visit Phoenix 

Trick-or-Treat at the Museum

Trick -or-Treat at the Children's Museum of Phoenix 

Oct. 20-31 

Ghosts and ghouls are invited to trick-or-treat through the Museum, monster mash on the dance floor, create a Spooky Tree in the Art Studio, take part in the fashion fright show, and explore three floors of imaginative exhibits.

Community Pumpkin Carving Party

Community Pumpkin Carving Party 

Oct. 28 

FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel and Match Market & Bar host an all-ages community pumpkin carving party. Guests and local residents alike are invited to join in the fun and give their best pumpkin carving techniques a go for a chance to win an award. Pumpkins and carving kits are complimentary (while supplies last); Match Market & Bar will be offering food and drink specials; and guests are encouraged to dress in their best Halloween costumes. Children and four-legged “kids” are welcome at this family-friendly event. 

Dino Trick or Treat

Dino Trick or Treat at Phoenix Zoo 

Oct. 26-28

Enjoy a stroll around the Phoenix Zoo at night with games, activities and candy/treat stations. And don’t forget to visit Dinosaurs in the Desert, a spook-tacular experience after dark.

Monster Party at Legoland Discovery Center 

Oct. 18-31 

LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Arizona is throwing a Halloween celebration, featuring a creepy-crawly spider scavenger hunt in miniland, a bone-chilling build that you can take home, and a brand new 4D movie.

Scarizona Scaregrounds 

October-Novemeber 

Inside the park awaits five jaw-dropping mazes that even the bravest of souls can barely make it through. Best not to eat before you go through and best not to drink either. Plus, whatever you drop in the haunt, the monsters get to keep. But try not to drop anything of yours, because they might use it to find you. 

Five-Day Halloween Party at Luckys

Oct. 27 - Nov. 1 

Luckys Indoor Outdoor is going big this year with a Five-Day Halloween Celebration with bands and DJs every night starting at 6 p.m., including People Who Could Fly, Atlas Past, OH Allen the DJ, and DJ Soloman and more. Guests can sip on boo-zy cocktails, including a Spooky Midori Sour and a Vodka Count Stagula. Everyone is encouraged to dress up in their most creative and frightful attire all five nights.

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