Is Halloween really this Saturday? I just can’t believe how quickly the time has gone. This is my favorite time of the year and I still embrace all of the trick-or-treaters that come by our home. I love to see everyone’s costumes, meet new neighbors, and catch up with old friends. There are so many family friendly events going on in Miami for Halloween that I decided to share them. I hope you enjoy a very fun-filled Halloween!
October 29-31, Movies at the Drive-In
Who doesn’t enjoy a scary movie on Halloween? If you do, the Blue Starlite Drive-in has a great line up to get you in the Halloween mood. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (a Halloween classic) will be showing on October 29th. On October 30th, the Blue Starlite will show an all-time kids favorite, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Lastly, on Hallows Eve, get scared with Little Shop of Horrors.
October 30, Howl-O-Ween at Fairchild Tropical Garden
If you are looking for a place to parade your most adorable four-legged pooch make sure to check out Fairchild Tropical Garden. Guests are invited to bring your dog in costume for a stroll around the park!
October 31, Safe Streets Halloween
The city of South Miami is closing down Sunset drive from US1 to Red Road so everyone can enjoy safe and fun trick or treating. Local businesses will be giving out candy to everyone that visits.
October 31, Spooky Zoo Nights at Zoo Miami
Zoo Miami is transforming into Spooky Zoo Nights where guests can experience Dr. Wilde’s Creepy House, take a ride on the zombie-laden tram ride, and go on the carousel. There will be plenty of candy so don’t forget to bring your pumpkins!
October 31, Halloween on the Mile in Coral Gables
Halloween on the Mile is hosting its 18th annual celebration. Do not miss this family affair. There will be something for everyone. Many of the local businesses are coming together to show everyone a good time. There will be a reading circle at Books & Books, a doggie costume contest at the Coral Gables Museum, face painting and a balloon artist at Nini & Loli, and a Not-So-Spooky Haunted House at Red Koi.
October 31, Knock! Knock! Halloween at Jungle Island
Jungle Island has gone all out for the kids this Halloween. With trick or treating around the jungle and Halloween-themed arts and crafts, children can learn knock, knock jokes, or enter into a Halloween costume contest to win great prizes.
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