Joalice Ryan

Joalice Ryan

Halloween 2020 Attractions In Phoenix Metro

By Joalice Ryan - October 20, 2020


Halloween is just around the corner and it is NOT cancelled!  There are plenty of Halloween attractions and entertainment for all ages and here are some of my favorite: 

Oct. 2-Nov. 7: Fear Farm, scary attractions and a haunted house for teens and adults, staged this year to a completely contactless experience. General admission includes access to The Plague, Fallout, Bunker, and Haunted Corn Maze: The Reaping at Fear Farm.

Oct. 22-31: Halloween Town Pumpkin Patch, Paradise Valley Mall offering arts and crafts, carnival games, rides, face painting, food and more.  Costumes encouraged.

Oct. 24: All Hallows’ Eve Trick-or-Treat, Pioneer Living History Museum’s decorated Pioneer Village, trick-or-treat safely outdoors

Oct 24: Moonlit Monsters + Munchies, Desert Ridge Marketplace, collect safely-packaged sweets, enjoy live music and marvel at massive, monstrous murals.

Oct. 24: Trouble at Haunted Mountain, a drive-up puppet show from Great Arizona Puppet Theater is a musical adventure set in old-time Arizona.

Oct. 24: Halloween Monster Bash, the City of Peoria hosts a scary annual bash at the Peoria Sports Complex.

Oct. 31:  Solve it with Science, Arizona Science Center puts STEM skills to use to solve spooky mysteries. Use science to crack a Halloween-themed case using fingerprint analysis, lock picking and handwriting analysis.

Oct. 31: Trick-or-Treat at the Children’s Museum of Phoenix, be among the first to try out the new, all-outdoors, Adventure Play experience during the museum's reopening weekend.

Have a safe Fall Season and a spooktacular Halloween!



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