There's plenty of fall fun going on in Fort Worth this month. Trick or treaters will want to get their costumes ready for Boo at the Zoo and Treat Street in the Stockyards for family-friendly Halloween fun.

For something more educational, kids can learn about autumnal life on the prairie at Log Cabin Village's Frontier Fall Fest. Adventurous families will gain an unique, historical perspective on Fort Worth by attending the 10th annual Saints and Sinners Tour at Oakwood Cemetery.
October 23, 24, 25: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This annual family-friendly event is a favorite for many. Kids love trick or treating in their costumes around the many candy stations located throughout the Zoo. Look for special presentations during the event that allow you an up-close-and-personal interaction with animals such as the Komodo dragon and the Asian elephant. Other Halloween-themed activities and entertainment include "Thriller" dance lessons and not-so-spooky storytime for younger children.
October 31: 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. 
Enjoy free, Halloween fun in the historic Stockyards with a family-friendly party that features hayrides, costume contests, pumpkin decorating, games and prizes. Don't miss the chance to trick or treat at the Stockyard Station shops.
October 30 - November 1: 1p.m. and 3:30 p.m. 
Visit Fort Worth's oldest cemetery for a reenactment of the most notable folks buried there. This family-friendly tour provided by the North Fort Worth Historical Society gives an insightful perspective on the city as seen through the stories of its founding fathers, confederate veterans and even a few gunslinging gamblers.
October 24: 1-4 p.m.
Celebrate the autumnal season at the Frontier Fall Fest, featuring artisans from the Embroiderer's Guild of America and music by Buttermilk Junction. The festival also includes the Fort Worth Herd the Greater Fort Worth Herb Society and the Fort Worth U. S. Dragoons Living History Association.  


Make a day of it! Explore all Fort Worth has to offer with the help of our Family Fun guide


"Photo Courtesy Redeemed Expressions Photography for the Fort Worth Portrait Project."