Halloween means the activity our children look forward to year round is here — trick or treating! Costumes, candy, fun, and maybe a few tricks can be found at these fun events around the Denver Metro area.
Boo at the Zoo
What is Halloween without Boo at the Zoo? Denver families have come to love this annual trick or treating event, where kids can enjoy the season’s fun without being scared, all while supporting your local zoo.
October 22-23 and October 29-30
Trick or Treat Street
2121 Children’s Museum Drive, Denver, CO 80211
Let the ghoul times roll as your little ones show off their costumes in frightfully festive parades, collect goodies, create Halloween crafts, and much more at the Children’s Museum of Denver! Don’t miss this safe and exciting Halloween trick or treating adventure!
Trick or Treat Train
17155 W. 44th Avenue, Golden, CO 80403
The Railroad Halloween Town is the PERFECT place to enjoy Halloween on the historic railroad! Visit all of the Town’s specially (not so) spooky stops to fill your treat bags and take pictures in front of the Pumpkin Patch cart! This is a don’t miss trick or treating event for little ghouls and goblins!
Thornton Trunk or Treat
Carpenter Park Fields Parking Plots – 108th Ave & Colorado Blvd.
Don’t miss this evening of fun going trunk to spooky decorated trunk with your little ones, helping them collect loads of treats at this spooktacular event! Admission is only $1 per person and includes a visit to the Garden of the Ghouls (for children over the age of 10) or the Boo Bayou (appropriate for younger kiddos).
October 22, 6 – 9pm
Boulder Munchkin Masquerade 2016
Pearl Street and beyond – Downtown Boulder area
Join thousands of other ghouls & goblins, princesses & dragons, heroes, mermaids, and animals of every kind for this trick or treat spectacular in Downtown Boulder. This afternoon of fun is recommended for children ages 12 and under and is sure to be a special treat!
October 31, 3 – 6pm
Does anyone know of any week day daytime Halloween events going on? I care for a toddler and I would love to take her to a festival or trick or treat street. Everything I have found, except for the children’s museum, is either on the weekends or begins after 5pm. Thank you in advance!