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Oct 27

Halloween in Kansas City

Don’t have any Halloween plans for this year?  Here are some events going on in the Kansas City area that may interest you.

Worlds of Fun will be hosting its Halloween Haunts every weekend through the end of October.  There are more than 175 acres of Halloween-themed rides and other attractions, including Camp Snoopy’s Magical House.  Note that some of the areas aren’t open on Sunday and that some parts of the event are rated for teens 14 and over.

The Kansas City Zoo has several different events going on this month, including Boo at the Zoo.  This gives families and kids of all ages the chance to visit the Trick-or-Treak Village, take a ride on the Scarecrow Express, or participate in the Jack-o-Latern Walk.  All of these are free with your zoo admission.

The Coco Key Water Resort offers Cocoween.  The indoor water park will turn its 55,000 square feet of fun into a spooky world with crafts, costume contest, and, of course, trick-or-treating.  Cocoween isn’t particularly scary, so kids of all ages will have fun.

There are a couple of Halloween events going on at KC parks.  One is the Enchanted Forest at George Owens Nature Park.  It’s a family-friendly event on October 22/23 and October 29/30.  Kids will enjoy meeting nursery rhyme, story book, and even comic book characters as they wonder through the forest.  You can also take a walk through the beautiful Powell Gardens and check out the many different Jack-O-Lanterns.  Their Jack-O-Lantern Walk is a self-guided tour and is free with regular admission.

Hosting your own Halloween event?  If so, you need some spooky flowers!  Village Gardens has everything you need, and there’s still time to order!  Check out our great selection of Halloween arrangements.

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