While Halloween may look different this year, you can still have a scary good time with your family. There are tons of events around South Florida to enjoy over Halloween weekend.
Southland Mall Halloween Drive-thru
On Halloween day the Southland Mall will be hosting its annual Spooktacular Halloween, but with a new spin. From 2 to 4 p.m. kids can enjoy drive-thru trick-or-treating, complete with goodie bags, music, and Halloween decorations. There will also be a costume contest on social media, with gift cards for prizes.
“Beats, Boos & Bright Lights” at Gulfstream Park Village
On Friday, Oct. 30, Gulfstream will host its annual "Not So Spooky" Halloween party. From 6:30 to 8 p.m. there will be safe, socially distanced trick-or-treating. Kids are encouraged to dress up as they get candy and sweet from over 20 participating stores in Gulfstream Park Village.
Not So Spooky Drive-Thru Adventure & Pumpkin Patch, Tamiami Park
You can enjoy a safe pumpkin patch with your family through Nov. 1 at Tamiami Park. The drive-thru experience includes trick-or-treating, a pumpkin patch and a harvest market. Our very own Kirk Gimenez visited and showed us what all the fun is about. Tickets are $55 per car.
Zombie Park Trunk or Treat Drive-Thru, Pinecrest Community Center
On Friday Oct. 30 zombies will swarm the parking lot of the Pinecrest Community Center in search of candy. Drive through with your family and enjoy sweet treats from the Pinecrest Parks and Recreation Department, along with other local businesses. Participants will be asked to open their trunk when they arrive, and candy will be placed there. Visitors are encouraged to dress up and decorate their vehicles.
Monster Mash Bash, North Miami Beach
The city of North Miami Beach is hosting a trick-or-treat drive-thru on Halloween from 2 to 5 p.m. at Victory Pool. This event is free and features kid-friendly ghouls and ghosts passing out candy. Be sure to decorate your vehicle and dress up!
Spooky Story Time Under the Stars, Fairchild Garden
Fairchild Garden teamed up with the University of Miami's students from the Department of Theater Arts to read you classic and contemporary horror stories. On Oct. 30 grab your blankets and chairs to enjoy these stories under the stars, surrounded by the gardens. Tickets are $25 per person, and you must be 18 or older to attend.