Weekend PicksTop 11 Halloween Events Taking Place this Weekend in Indy

Top 11 Halloween Events Taking Place this Weekend in Indy

Looking for some Halloween weekend fun with the kids? Discover our top 11 picks for the best family activities in Indianapolis to make it a spooktacular time!

Festival of Jack-o-Lanterns

Oct. 23-31 | Riley Home Museum

Stop by any evening from 7 – 9 PM to see the jack-o-lanterns glowing or visit during the day if you prefer.

Jack-o-Lanterns Festival
Jack-o-Lanterns Festival

Trick or Treating and Movie in the Plaza

Oct 27 | 5:30-7:30 pm | Grand Junction Plaza

Join Westfield Welcome for a community-wide trick-or-treating event! After you are done trick or treating, gather on the Great Lawn for the Movies in the Plaza showing of Hocus Pocus! 

Halloween Festival at Riverside Park

Oct. 27 | 6:30-8 pm | Riverside Park

Need a fun safe place for your little ones to trick or treat? Join Indy Parks at Riverside Park for a Boo-tastic time!

Fishers Boo Bash

Oct. 28 | 10 am-1 pm | Nickel Plate District Amphitheater

Grab your costumes, and bring your family and friends to the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater for our annual Halloween Boo Bash celebration, complete with a trick-or-treat trail made up of local businesses and organizations, stage entertainment, food trucks, and more!

Boo Bash
Boo Bash photo credit playfishers.com

Oinking Acres Pumpkin Palooza

Oct. 28 & 29 | 11 am-3 pm | Oinking Acres Farm Rescue & Sanctuary

Everyone is invited to attend the Pumpkin Palooza on October 28th and 29th, from 11 am to 3 pm. A variety of pumpkins will be available onsite for purchase. Attendees can select a pumpkin and share it with a favorite resident of Oinking Acres. Visitors are encouraged to arrive in their spookiest outfits while enjoying the sanctuary.

Oinking Acres Pumpkin Palooza

Zionsville Trick or Trees

Oct. 28 | 9 am-Noon | Elm Street Green

Join Zionsville Parks and Recreation for Trick or Trees Halloween event. Explore the forest and meadow in fall and collect treats along the way on our trick-or-treat trail. Come dressed in your favorite family-friendly costume. Enjoy roasting marshmallows by the campfire, fun fall activities, mad scientist experiments and more!

Trail & Treat at Williams Park

Oct. 28 | 5-7 pm | Williams Park

Come for fun, safe trick-or-treating around Williams Park! Vendors will hand out candy and prizes around Williams Park.

Trail & Treat at Williams Park

Ghosts & Goblins

Oct. 28 | 1-5 pm | Washington Township Park

Dress in your favorite Halloween costume! There will be games, trick or treating on the trails, and a costume contest for the kids. Take a ride on the Harry Potter Mini Train, jump in the bounce houses, or enjoy our bungee trampoline. There’s sure to be something for all ages at Ghosts & Goblins event. 

Spooktacular Open Barn Event & Sanctuary Tour

Oct. 28 | Noon-3 pm | Jenkins Forever Farm

Embrace the Halloween spirit and join the Open Barn Event for a special festive edition! Attendees can tour the sanctuary, meet the residents, enjoy trick or treating, delight in plant-based food, and participate in Halloween-themed kids activities, all while exploring shopping opportunities and more.

Spooktacular Open Barn Event & Sanctuary Tour

Haunting of Waverly

Oct. 28 | 5-10 pm | Old Town Waverly Park

Join Morgan County Parks & Recreation at the Haunting of Waverly for a variety of Halloween-centered activities, including Trunk or Treat, a Haunted Trail, and interactive experiences with the Blood Bank Vampires, Blacksmith Zombies, and the Sanderson Sisters at the revamped Witches Cottage. Attendees can also dine at the Pumpkin Patch Cafe before enjoying a classic Halloween movie screening at the Town Square.

 Haunting of Waverly

Art or Treat at Harvest Nights

Oct. 29-31 | Newfields

rick or treat?! How about Art or Treat?! Just in time for Halloween, enjoy an extra special evening at Harvest Nights. On Sunday, October 29 through Tuesday, October 31, guests will be greeted at the entrance with their Art or Treat bag and will find stations through the spooky, not scary, Harvest Nights. Everything from candy to crafts can be found with something to delight everyone.

Harvest Nights Newfields

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