Got fun? Yeah, we do. And we’re craving candy, too. Let’s go! It promises to be a spooktacular weekend ahead!
(Corn Mazes, Hayrides, Farm Activities)
(Where to go for all of that candy!)
(Haunted Houses & Activities)
October 29 & 30
The Franklin Theatre
Spooks, specters and scaredy-cats contort and cavort through a high-flying circus of scare.
Haunted Corn Maze
Red Cedar Farms
A special Haunted Corn Maze from 7 p.m. – midnight over Halloween Weekend, Oct 29-31.
El Dia de los Muertos
October 30 & 31
This Latin American festival includes music, dance, interactive art activities and more.
Williamson County’s largest family festival bursts with Halloween-themed fun including costume contests, extreme pumpkin caring demonstrations, arts and crafts, live entertainment and a Kids’ Zone filling a city block with inflatables, face painting, games, pony rides and more.
Springfield Trick or Treat
Honeysuckle Hill Farm
Ghosts, Goblins, and Ghouls! Oh my! Dress as your favorite character and Trick or Treat at various locations around Honeysuckle Hill Farm.
Fall Into Science Festival
Adventure Science Center
This science festival features hands-on activities, booths from local organizations, games, trick-or-treating, a costume contest for the chance to win planetarium tickets, a bubbling cauldron of STEAM activities and more.
Bicentennial by Night: Halloween Spooktacular
Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park
Lantern light tour of the park and capitol grounds featuring ghost stories and folktales from across the state.
Boo Bash at Stones River Town Centre
Stones River Town Centre
Kids 10 and under are invited to come dressed in their best costumes and have some Halloween fun.