Celebrate the spooktacular all month long in Fort Worth. Make sure to hook the right partner because you never know what goes bump in the night…
📸: Pumpkin House at the Trailhead at Clearfork.
Cutting Edge Haunted House
You can’t miss this one - as the gigantic monster named Jr. looms out at passersby driving through Fort Worth. Located in a 100-year-old abandoned meat packing plant, this two-story “human processing” plant on average takes over an hour to get through - if you last that long. Plan a visit.
Hangman’s House of Horrors
If you get your thrills from getting the chills in a haunted house, then head to the Hangman's House of Horrors and learn the legend of Hezekiah Jones and why this destination has been spooking millions for the last three decades. Plan a visit.
A Dinner to Die For at Bird Cafe
This might be your last dinner...or one of the best. Bird Cafe and Fort Worth Ghost Tours team up for a haunting night on October 16. Guests will enjoy a three-course wine dinner followed by a guided ghost tour of Fort Worth. Tickets are $85.
Boo at the Zoo
Tricks and treats wait for you at the Fort Worth Zoo. A Halloween tradition for many, Boo at the Zoo features treat stations, carnival games, animal shows and more October 25-27. This entertaining daytime event is free with Zoo admission. Get the details.
Roaring 20's Halloween Party
The Texas Gypsies return to Scat Jazz Lounge for a Roaring 20's themed Halloween Party on Friday, October 25. Wear your best flapper girl or Al Capone get up for a chance to win a Scat Jazz gift card. Please call 817-870-9100 for reservations.
Halloween Half Marathon & 5K
How fast can you run with a zombie chasing you? Be prepared to run for your life at The Halloween Half and 5K in Trinity Park on October 26. Costumes encouraged and other ghoulish surprises along the way.
Fort Worth Halloween Weekend Pub Crawl
"From ghoulies and ghosties and long-leggety beasties and things that go bump in the night" ... deliver us one pub at a time. Join the fun in West 7th starting at Bar 2909 on Saturday, October 26, 4-11 p.m. Tickets are $10 per person and provide crawlers access to drink specials at various venues. Get your tickets.
Halloween Spooktacular Family Series
It's a Halloween treat for the entire family. Join the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra on Saturday, October 26, 11 a.m. for a Halloween Spooktacular Family Series featuring selections from movies like Harry Potter, Frozen, Star Wars, and E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial as well as other spooky favorites. Costumes are encouraged. Learn more.
Paint Nite: Skeletons Love Halloween
Grab a friend and unleash the artist inside of you at Pinstripes Paint Nite on October 30. Skeletons Love Halloween is the theme and all supplies are provided. Tickets are $35.
Done your best costume for the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History's Halloween bash! Keep it safe, not scary and experiment with slime or fly on a witch’s broom at Ick-or-Treat on October 31. Make sure to come wearing your costume! Ticket information.
Bonus: Beetlejuice and Hocus Pocus will be showing at the Omni Theater on Saturday, October 26. $5 admission.
"Creep it real" in the Fort Worth Stockyards oh All Hallow's Eve. Costume contests, hayrides, games and plenty of treats will be about during the free event. Plus, check out the Cowtown Cattlepen Maze for half price admission for children under 12 in costume. Get the details.
A night of elegance and masked mystery awaits for your at Fort Works Art. The Halloween Masquerade will feature Tarot card readings, aerial dancers and portraits by Sunflower Man. Catering will be provided by Magdalena's. Get your tickets today!
Rahr & Sons Oktoberfest 5K - Dia de Los Muertos Social Run
So it’s not Halloween, but something even better - a celebration dedicated to Dia de Los Muertos. This social run gives us all an opportunity to remember and celebrate a life well lived by running in their honor by toasting with Fort Worth’s own Rahr Beer. $20 to register.
Dia De Los Muertos Festival + After Party
Latino Hustle and FWBlackhouse have collaborated to host an authentic look into Dia de los Muertos while showcasing local Latinx artists, makers, businesses and more on November 2, 4-9 p.m. Local artists, vendors, food and drink will be available during this family-friendly event. Doors will open back up at 10 p.m. for an after-hours party celebrating Latinx artists.
Artes de la Rosa's Dia de Los Muertos Two-Day Festival
Artes de la Rosa's Dia de los Muertos two-day festival returns to the historic Rose Marine Theater November 1-2, 2019. The free events kicks off Friday from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. with live performances, an art exhibition, short films, arts and crafts and more. The festivities ramp back up on Saturday from 5:30 to 9:45 p.m. with a Mariachi and Drum Procession from Marine Park to Mercado Plaza Park in the Northside; live performances from Ballet Folklorico, the Fort Worth Opera and more; face paintings; music and food; short films and movie screenings of Coco and Book of Life in the Rose Marine Theater.