Kid-Friendly Halloween Events In & Around Denver


2020 Denver Halloween Activities and Events - Denver MomsThings around Denver feel a little (okay, a lot) different this year, but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t still plenty of Halloween fun to be had! After all, it’s Fall in Colorado and Pumpkin Spice everything is everywhere! Check out our list of safe and kid-friendly Halloween Events to make the most of this season!

Boo at the Zoo: Storybook Safari | Denver

October 1st – 31st | 9am – 5pm (gates close at 4pm)
Join us for a modified, masked version of Denver’s family favorite! Throughout our 84-acre campus, classic animal stories and fairy tales come to life with costumed characters, mythical creatures, unforgettable animal experiences, and food fit for a king or queen! And don’t forget: Nature Connects®, Art with LEGO® Bricks will still be up for your enjoyment, too! So, get the whole family suited up in costume, and come celebrate Halloween in a way that’s safe, socially distanced, and candy-free…but still VERY sweet.  
Denver Zoo, 2300 Steele St., Denver

Drive Through Halloween Trunk or Treat | Westminster

October 31st | 2pm-4pm (event is open to first 1,200 participants)
Halloween in 2020 isn’t quite the same, but it can still be full of fun for everyone! Throw on your costume, get the family loaded in the car, and head to St. Anthony’s North Health Campus for a fantastic trunk or treat event!
14300 Orchard Pkwy, Westminster

Munchkin Masquerade – Virtually  | Boulder

October 25th | 3pm – 5pm
Most years downtown Boulder is invaded by thousands of tiny ghosts & goblins, dinosaurs & dragons, fairies & princes, superheroes, and animals of every size trick-or-treating along Pearl Street. This year, as we all navigate life in a pandemic, the Downtown Boulder Partnership has adapted Munchkin Masquerade to include physically distanced games and activities that can be enjoyed downtown for two weeks leading up to Halloween. Play Munchkin Bingo, enter the Masked Photo Costume Contest, and enjoy all the fun in Downtown Boulder this Halloween.

Firestone Police Department Halloween Safe Night – Firestone

October 30th | 5pm – 8pm
Much like the rest of 2020, Halloween Safe Night will look a little different this year, but the Firestone Police Department is still excited to celebrate with the community. This event will have booths with activities, a live DJ, decorations and photo opportunities, food trucks, and more socially-distanced Halloween fun for the entire family! Don’t be late — the first 700 children there will receive a pre-filled bag of candy.
Firestone Regional Sports Complex, 6850 Tilbury Ave.

WOW! Children’s Museum Halloween Party | Lafayette

October 30th and 31st | Various times
Looking for a safer alternative to Halloween this year? Join WOW! for socially distant spooky activities, including games, slime to-go, pumpkin painting, outdoor family photo station (weather dependent), and more! Come dressed up (including your COVID masks) and collect non-candy treats around the Museum. Each time slot is limited to 50 guests.
WOW! Children’s Museum, 110 N Harrison Ave, Lafayette

On Havana Virtual Halloween Costume Contest | Aurora

Entries accepted through October 31st
There will be No Trick or Treating at 30+ Merchants at The Gardens on Havana for 2020 due to Covid-19 and safety. The annual costume contest is still taking place this year. However, it will be held virtually in order to promote responsible social distancing and prevent the spread of COVID-19. Gift cards from the On Havana Street Shops will be given to top entries

Trick or Treat Train | Golden

October 24 & 25 | 10am – 3pm
The Railroad Museum is a family-friendly, mostly outdoors experience. While we won’t have Trick-or-Treating as usual this year, there will still be treats for the kids! Tickle your funny bones at the “not so spooky” Haunted Railcar and the Olde Railroaders Silly Graveyard. Enjoy live entertainment, visit our local vendors for a tasty snack, and get photos with the family in front of our Pumpkin Patch cart and Harvest-decorated historical locomotives and railcars!
This event has been planned with your safety in mind. Masks are required for Museum entry and must be worn at all times when indoors, aboard trains, and outdoors whenever proper social distancing cannot be maintained. Train capacities are currently reduced, with room for groups to spread out safely aboard trains.. $15 adults, $5 children, $10 seniors, free members, and children age 2 and under.
Colorado Railroad Museum, 17155 W. 44th Ave., Golden. 

Halloween Walk | Evergreen

October 31st | 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Bring your little creatures dressed in their best outfits for the annual Halloween Walk. Candy is bought and given out by all of the participating downtown businesses for your family enjoyment. Free.
Downtown Evergreen, Hwy 74, Evergreen



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