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Atlanta Halloween Guide 2019

by Sally Foster (follow)
Your guide to What's On in Atlanta for Halloween

Halloween may be the best time of year for both kids and adults. From adorable costumes, trick or treating, pumpkin patches, haunted houses and carving pumpkins, it is such a fun time to spend with your family.

This year in Atlanta, there are tons of Halloween events and activities happening. Here are some of the best that we have found. If you know of anymore, please let us know so we can add them to the guide!

1. Pumpkin Festival at Stone Mountain Park

"Play by Day and Glow by Night" at this years Pumpkin Festival at Stone Mountain Park. This family friendly park attraction will have you enjoying a day of some of your favorite classic storybook characters, treetop obstacle course, a scenic train ride, pie eating contests and carnival games. Then at night, walk through classic storybook tales that come to life with with carved pumpkin displays, glowing lights, rolling fog, boundless bubbles, and glow in the dark adventures.

Credit: Stone Mountain Park Website


Date: September 21st to November 3rd
Location: 1000 Robert E. Lee Blvd, Stone Mountain
More Information: See Here.

2. Brick or Treat at Legoland Discovery Centre

Head along to the Legoland Discovery Centre to truly get into the Halloween spirit for Brick or Treat.You can enjoy a new spooky AR adventure, have character meet and greets, group builds, visit Haunted Mini-land and take part in a costume contest. As well as enjoying everything else that Legoland has to offer.

Credit: Legoland Website


Date: October 1st to 31st
Location: Legoland Discovery Centre
More Information: See Here.

3. The Pumpkin Patch at Yule Forest

Yule Forest is home to one of the largest pumpkin patches in Georgia. A visit here means you can either take home a pre cut pumpkin or even pick your own! You can also enjoy a hay ride, hay maze, visit farm animals, see puppet shows and more at your visit.

Credit: Yule Forest Facebook Page


Date: Season has now begun
Location: 3565 Hwy 155 N., Stockbridge
More Information: See Here.

4. Georgia A-Scary-Um

Head to the Georgia Aquarium for a spooktacular night this Halloween. You can trick or treat with beluga whales and manta rays. There will be trick or treating in each gallery, Halloween-themed crafts, a photo station, and a special “Graveyard Smash” performed by Georgia Aquarium’s very own entertainment team.

Credit: Georgia Aquarium Website


Date: October 31st
Location: Georgia Aquarium across from Centennial Olympic Park
More Information: See Here.

5. Boo at the Zoo

Over four days, your visit to the zoo is dedicated to that favorite time of year, Halloween. You can sample treats, enjoy the sights, characters and adventures of Zoo Boo Town and dress up in your best costume. There will be entertainment including a freaky foam zone, monster mash disco, kids craft, inflatable corn maze, live music and carnival games.

Credit: Zoo Atlanta Website


Date: October 19th, 20th, 26th and 27th.
Location: 800 Cherokee Avenue SE, Atlanta
More Information: See Here.

6. Netherworld Haunted House

For families with older (or extremely brave) kids then dare to visit the Netherworld Haunted House, one of the scariest in the whole country. It is a walk through dark attraction filled with live actors, special effects and monsters. It is open every night in October.

Credit: Netherworld Facebook Page


Date: All of October
Location: 2076 West Park Place Blvd, Stone Mountain
More Information: See Here.

7. Six Flags Fright Fest

If rollercoasters is your thing then Fright Fest at Six Flags is an absolute must do as zombies and ghouls completely takeover the park. There will be thrills and activities for the whole family throughout the day, then a terrifying experience when you come back at night. There will be several haunted houses and scare zones located throughout the park.

Credit: Six Flags Website


Date: Selected nights until November 2nd
Location: 275 Riverside Parkway, SW, Austell
More Information: See Here.

8. The Sleepy Hollow Experience

As one of the best halloween plays in the country, The Sleepy Hollow Experience will allow your family to experience the retelling of the classic American ghost story. At the Serenbe Playhouse, there are day shows for the family, as well as evening shows for the older crowd.

Credit: Serenbe Playhouse Facebook Page


Dates: Now until November 3rd
Location: 10950 Hutchesons Ferry Road, Chattahoochee Hills
More Information: See Here.

Happy Halloween Atlanta Mums!




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