Happy Halloween, Lubbockites! Whether you are taking the kiddos trick-or-treating or getting spooked at a haunted house, this October 31 is sure to give you a fright. Put on your costumes and grab the candy, because we have compiled a complete guide to the Halloween happenings around the “Hub City.”
Take the whole family to the Science Spectrum to enjoy the “spooky, not scary” fun on Thursday, October 31 from 5-9 p.m. at this year’s Spooky Science Carnival. The Carnival is one of Lubbock’s largest annual Halloween events in Lubbock. Visitors will enjoy trick-or-treating, carnival-style games, the spooky scientist show, a haunted lab and more! Admission to the carnival is included with a regular museum ticket of $8 for adults and $6.50 for kids (ages 3 to 12) and seniors (ages 60+).
Get your heart racing as you make your way through the Haunted Woods at Adventure Park. Not for the faint of heart, the haunted maze will have you jumping and screaming around every corner! This Halloween, the Haunted Woods at Adventure Park is open from 7 – 10 p.m. Discount Thursday ticket prices are $10.99.
Bring the whole family to At’l Do Farms this Halloween! Master the Maize, fire corn off in the corn cannon, take a hayride, pick the perfect pumpkin and enjoy all of the delicious food! At’l Do Farms is the perfect place to celebrate Halloween with the family. Admission into the farm is $10.
Voted as the third must-see haunted house in Texas in 2019, Nightmare on 19th will shake you to your core. As West Texas’ only haunted theme park, they have achieved the ultimate level of freaky. This is the perfect Halloween date for thrill-seekers and adrenaline junkies! If you love haunted houses, this is a can’t miss. Ticket prices on Halloween are $20.
Generations of winemakers and grape growers have occupied the English Newsom Cellars at Caprock Winery. Decades of ghost stories boast the perfect setting to get a sense of the paranormal. Mix in wine and a little exaggeration to get the perfect haunted night out this Halloween. For $15, visitors can get a glass of wine and participate in the haunted wine tour. As you wander through the cellars, keep a close eye out for spirits!
Local Trunk or Treats
Grab your pillowcases or your pumpkin candy buckets and get ready for the sugar high of the year! Take the little ones out to the many local Trunk or Treats hosted by organizations throughout the community. Check with local congregations, businesses and restaurants to find trunk or treating happening around Lubbock. This Hallows Eve is going to send chills down your spine, from both the frigid temps and the creepy festivities. With a high of 53 degrees and a low of 27 degrees, make sure to bundle yourself and the kiddos up!
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By: Visit Lubbock Interns
By: Guest Blogger
By: Guest Blogger
By: Katherine White