Top 5 Halloween Things to Boo Near You!

Are you looking for things to spice up your Halloween? Look no further, here are five things to do to make your Halloween spooktacular!

1. Hall's Pumpkin Farm and Corn Maze

This is a family-owned and operated farm out in Grapevine, TX. They pride themselves on being one of the last working farms in the area. They have corn mazes, pumpkin patches, hayrides, and apple cider! They definitely take the number one spot for an old-fashioned Harvest Festival. Check out their website for details:

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Photo Credit: Hall's Pumpkin Farm's Facebook page

2. Pumpkin Nights 

Second on this list is an artist-based pumpkin exhibit. Venture through 3,000 masterfully hand-carved pumpkins. They have everything from local food vendors to hot cocoa and adult beverages and even Halloween movies. Check out their website for ticket information: nights halloween
Photo Credit: Pumpkin Nights' Facebook page

3. Cutting Edge Haunted House

Into something a bit scarier? This is a record-holding number haunted house in the U.S., which means be prepared to be scared! It's located in a 100-year-old meat packing plant near Fort Worth. Fair warning, Cutting Edge does have warnings for strobe lights, low visibility, etc. on their website so be sure to check it out if you dare! Check them out here:

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Photo Credit: Cutting Edge's Facebook page

4. Halloween Bar Crawl

Looking for something a lot less kid-friendly where your inner kid can shine? Check out the annual Halloween Bar Crawl. Complete with a costume contest and prizes, this crawl comes with a map of spooky bars and even an after-party. Check out all the information on their website:

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Photo Credit: Halloween Bar Crawl's Facebook page

5. Sweet Daze

Looking for something sweet other than candy? Well, Check out Sweet Daze in Richardson, TX. Their famous Unicorn Cake gets a spooky transformation for Halloween, as well as many of their other famous desserts. Check them out on their website:

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Photo Credit: Sweet Daze's Facebook page