Celebrate Halloween 2020 in St. Louis

Friday September 25, 2020

Halloween Happenings in St. Louis

Union Station Halloween Experience

The Halloween Experience is perfect for the entire family. Wear costumes and enjoy  the boo-rific activities tent. Then journey through four historic train cars, themed for the Halloween season with pirate skeletons, witches, dark creatures and a fantasy candy wonderland.

Six Flags Hallowfest

During this most frightening time of year, the theme park is wholesome family fun during the day but beware at night when there is nowhere to hide as haunted houses and scare zones are all throughout the park.

Fabulous Fox Ghost Tours

Fox Ghost tours are programmed with the assistance of the St. Louis Paranormal Research Society. Tours include both Fox Theatre history provided by Fox tour guides and “ghost” stories from the Paranormal Society following their investigation and analysis of the theatre’s “hot spots” of paranormal activity.

Haunted History Tours at the Lemp Mansion

The Lemp Mansion is considered one of the nation’s top haunted destinations. The Lemp family’s beer business took advantage of the cool, underground caves at Cherokee and DeMenil for beer-making. The company flourished for a time, before a string of tragic events. Unhappy ancestors are said to still linger in the mansion.

Boo at the Zoo

Families can enjoy festive Halloween decorations, interactive storytellers, educational activities, kids’ games, hauntingly fun entertainment and more at the Saint Louis Zoo’s non-scary Halloween experience.

Not-So-Haunted House

Children of all ages are invited to dress in their most “boo-tiful” costumes and have a ghoulishly good time trick or treating at this Not-So-Haunted House experience at the Magic House.

Booterfly House

Celebrate bugs, butterflies, and plants that are wonderfully wicked at during Booterfly house at the Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House! Meet new frightful friends in the Creepy Crawly Cave, watch out for Botanicals Gone Mad in the Conservatory, and spy on spectacular spiders with the Muffet Family.

Eureka Fear Farm

Experience the Haunted Hayride with over 80 acres of thrill seeking fright or take on the Corn Maze Massacre as you traverse the largest haunted corn maze in the St. Louis area.

Haunted Wagon Rides & Bonfires at Eckert’s

There’s lots of ghoulish fun for young and old on a wagon ride through Eckert’s haunted orchard. Fee charged. You can also enjoy an evening of good-ole, wholesome night-time fun around one of their bonfire rings. Fee charged.

Science Spooktackular

Live science demonstrations, a haunted lab, prop making, complimentary parking and more family-friendly fun. The whole family is encouraged to come in costume to the Saint Louis Science Center.

Halloween at the Farm

Grant’s Farm is welcoming spooks of all ages for a new Halloween Drive-Thru Experience on select dates in October. Guests will be able to drive their own vehicles through a ghostly adventure in the Tiergarten and Deer Park. The drive-thru will be decorated with lights, ghosts, pumpkins, spiders and more.

Creepyworld Haunted Screampark

America’s Biggest and Longest Haunted Screampark is back and bigger than ever. Creepyworld will feature 13 haunted Attractions in one location including two all new haunted attractions including Curse of Sleepy Hollow 3D and Tomb of the Vampire 5 Minute Escape Room.

The Darkness

Are you ready to experience the best haunted house in America? How deep into the depths of The Darkness can you plunge before your next breath is your last? The all new Darkness Haunted House, located in Soulard, off South Broadway in downtown St. Louis, Missouri, has been rated as America’s BEST haunted house.

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