Tulsa is filled with excitement this fall, from educational experiences to Halloween events sure to send chills down your spine. We’ve assembled four great Halloween activities in Tulsa this fall that are sure to delight.
1. Movie in the Park: Teen Witch
The Brady Arts District: 111 East M.B. Brady St
Thursday, October 20 at 8:30 p.m.
Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, and snacks for a fun and free movie night in the park at Guthrie Green! Teen Witch is a family-friendly film featuring high school nerd, Louise Miller, who learns that she possesses magical abilities coming up on her 16th birthday. She soon discovers that using magic to get what you want isn't all that she thought it would be.
6421 E 36th St North
Thursday, October 27 through Monday, October 31
TulsaZoo is opening their doors for a safe Halloween trick-or-treat alternative event with fun activities for the whole family, including Goblin Stops with treats, Halloween-inspired carnival games, a pumpkin patch playroom, a haunted train ride, themed activities including in both the Burger King Royal Castle and the QuikTrip Pirate Island, and much more. Starting at 5:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, and 6:30 p.m. weekdays, HalloZOOeen attracts about 15,000 children.
300 Aquarium Dr
Thursday, October 27 through Monday, October 31 - 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Looking for another fun trick-or-treat alternative? The Oklahoma Aquarium is hosting the annual HallowMarine indoor alternative to traditional trick-or-treating. Bring your little ghost or goblin for a night filled with Halloween adventure! A couple items on the itinerary include a mermaid and pirate dive, a pirate ship bounce house, trick-or-treating, pony rides, and much more. Shake hands with a friendly pirate and don't forget your candy bag!
4. BooHaHa in Brookside
SE corner of 36th and Peoria, Brookside Area
Saturday, October 29
BooHaHa in Brookside has been dubbed one of Oklahoma’s Largest Halloween Celebrations. Thousands of people flock here each year to take part in this all-day tradition. Festivities start off with a Lions’ Club Pancake Breakfast at 8:30 a.m., a parade begins at 3 p.m., and kid-friendly activities are scheduled throughout the day. Bring the kids and pets with their best Halloween costumes for a chance to win the pet costume contest at noon and the children's costume contest at 1:30 p.m. Kid Zones with activities and trick-or-treating will make for a fun and memorable day.
Have you taken part in any of these Halloween activities around Tulsa in past years? Do you have any other fun adventures or favorite haunted spots to add to the list? We'd love to hear your suggestions in the comments section below!