3 Things Families Can Do For Halloween This Year
Updated: Oct 21, 2020
How are you and your family celebrating Halloween this year? Check out some frightening activities that are going around in Memphis.
While Halloween may look a little scary this year, there are still some fun and spooky activities that families can do while staying safe.
1. Zoo Boo at Memphis Zoo
The Memphis Zoo is hosting its annual Zoo Boo event with this year's theme as Jurassic Journey. Some of the activities include fossil melodies, a daring dino walking expedition, a singing pumpkin patch, a ghost town express train, and many more.
Be sure to purchase tickets in advance. There will be no tickets available for purchase at the gate. It's $13 for members and $15 for non-members. The event takes place during October 16-18, 23-25, 29-31.
2. Halloweek of Fun at The Children's Museum of Memphis (CMOM)
CMOM is having a spooky filled week with lots of Halloween fun. Wear a family-friendly costume to enter the daily costume contest, make some crafts, take family-photos around the museum, and visit the newly renovated exhibits.
The event starts Saturday, October 24, and ends October 31. All activities are included with paid admission, and free for members.
3. Scavenger Hunt at the Fire Museum of Memphis
The Fire Museum of Memphis is hosting a scavenger hunt for the little skeletons and fairies. Kids can receive a bag full of treats as their prize for completing the scavenger hunt. The event will be on October 31 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
To ensure safety and social distancing, the museum requires all interested families to sign-up on their website. They are also asking for a $2 donation per kid.