Halloween 2019 Edition
As parents we’re always concerned about the best areas to take our little ones this Halloween. Kids love Halloween! Remember to always be with them and have your children use flashlights or glow sticks. You can also decorate costumes and bags with reflective tape. You want to make sure their costumes are not too long so they will not trip. Parents always remind your children to be very careful when crossing the streets. Check out our list of top Houston neighborhoods for trick- or- treating. You can enjoy the festive lights, fun decorations and lots of fun loading up with candy in these amazing neighborhoods.
Bellaire – Bellaire – The Great Pumpkin Hunt
Bellaire has made the top national list again for best zip codes for trick- or- treating. You have the ease of walking the neighborhood and seeing the luxury homes. On October 24th from 4:00 to 5:30 at Bellaire Town Square Great Lawn On Halloween plan to arrive early and watch out for traffic. Bellaire will also have police patrol.
The Heights – Halloween Fright Night
The Heights has the best decorations and lots of restaurants and venues around there. The Heights is known for their artsy style! They have beautiful historic homes that look like haunted mansions when decorated for Halloween. You can also tick-or –treat on Hastings Street from 5:00 to 8:00and visit participating neighborhoods merchants along Hastings Street.
The Museum District – Halloween Monster Mayhem
The Museum District – Museum District Halloween Grostopia occurs October 9th through October 31st. They Have wicked DJ,s, monstrous characters, spine tingling experiments, slime filled fun and goblins and goodies.
The area provides safe wide streets and a family trick-or-treat atmosphere. There is a costume contest at the Lake House from 5 to 8 p.m.
Briargrove is near the Galleria Area and has many restaurants and venues to visit. They usually have a commercial Haunted House for older kids and a Happy Halloween mode for the younger kids.
Piney Point has spacious streets and huge tress looking over the neighborhood. They have amazing house decoration and walk able streets. The atmosphere is perfect for a Halloween tour!
The Houston Zoo invites the parents and children to come dressed in your favorite Halloween costume. Zoo Boo is at the Houston Zoo. Zoo Boo has pumpkin patches, Monster Mural, Spooky Stamp Station; Meet the Keeper and the Candy Corn Maze. The events are available from October 11th through October 27th. Celebrate Halloween at the Houston Zoo.