Halloween is coming soon, what are your plans? How about taking the family to one of these family-friendly events near Marvida? From trunk-or-treats to haunted houses, there’s plenty to do. Here are our favorites. Don’t forget that Marvida is less than 30 minutes from Houston, making it easy to attend spectacular Halloween events held in the city.
Good Shepard Pumpkin Patch
10 a.m.-dusk daily, through Oct. 31
Pick a pumpkin any day or plan to attend a Family Fun Day on Oct. 29 featuring face painting, pumpkin decorating, pet adoption, photo opportunities, hayride, concert and trunk-or-treat.
Cypress Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch
10 a.m.-7 p.m. daily, through Oct. 31
Come out for the pumpkins and take home some delicious pumpkin bread. Activities include crafts, food trucks, pumpkin decorating, movie nights and more.
1-3 p.m. Sat., Oct. 28
Celebrate the spooky season with crafts, balloon art, face painting, costume contest, monster dance party, giveaways and more. Costumes encouraged.
Days and times vary, through Oct. 31
$30 general admission
Cypress’ favorite haunted experience is back with more scares, thrills and chills than ever before. Traverse the haunted trail if you dare!
Halloween at the BOO!seum at Children’s Museum Houston
10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily, through Oct. 31
The Children’s Museum of Houston will celebrate the spooky season all month long with special activities and events, including dance parties, trick-or-treating, crafts, magic shows and more.
Zoo Boo at the Houston Zoo
9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily, through Oct. 31
Houston’s favorite family-friendly Halloween event is back with a jack-o’-lantern tree, animal-themed peek-a-boo pumpkins, Happy Harvest photo opportunities, pumpkin arch, fall-themed animal activities, scary-go-round and much more.