Tis’ the Season for some spooky fun in Birmingham! If you’re looking for some frightful events good for all ages, here’s a list of things happening in and around the Magic City!
Great Pumpkin Patch Halloween Event at Bass Pro Shops
The Great Pumpkin Celebration is a Free Halloween Event that kicks off October 20th at Bass Pro shops. Enjoy Costume contests, cookie decorating, crafts, trick or treating, and more!
October 20-21 and October 26th – 31st For a complete schedule of events, visit their website
Spooktacular Event at Vestavia Hill’s Library in the Forest
Old fashioned carnival fun with games, carnival food, balloon animals and prizes. Bingo for the older kids! Everyone welcome!
October 25th 6:30pm – 8pm (best suited for 5th grade and under)
All Tricks No Treats at the Outlet Shops of Grand River
Halloween is around the corner. Come out for some early Halloween fun
October 26th 1pm – 5pm
Halloween Festival at Tannehill State
A non-scary fun-filled holiday event focused on the campgrounds, annually attracts over 6,000 visitors, most of them children. Begun in 1992, the Halloween event features park-sponsored programs during the afternoon and traditional Halloween candy “trick or treat” stops at more than 200 campsites during the evening. Park events include moonwalks, face painting, balloon animals, a bungee jump, along with a train rides for a small additional charge. A special tradition is the festival’s annual Halloween Festival T-shirt. Campground site decorations and lights are extensive, creative and surreal.
Trick Or Treat at Your Local Library
Homewood Public Library
Wear your costume and trick or treat around the library
9:30am – 8pm
Emmet O’ Neal Library in Mountain Brook
Trick or treat throughout the library in your costume
Gardendale Public Library
Come by the library and get a treat! OR A TRICK! who knows?!
For a list of Pumpkin Patches and Fall Festivals, make sure to check out this Guide