The ultimate guide to Halloween events, activities in Wichita
WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) - Halloween is almost three weeks away. Here’s some things to do around Wichita to celebrate the occasion.
Field of Screams
Admission: $17, 20 or 25 general admission
When: Every Friday-Sunday until Halloween
Admission: $20 GA, $15 for kids 12 and under at the gate
When: Every Friday and Saturday leading up to Halloween
Wicked Island is another outdoor haunted attraction in the Wichita-area. Visitors will be asked to wear a mask. Tickets can also be purchased online.
Where: Your mobile phone
This app by Mars Wrigley allows you to buy virtual candy credits that trick-or-treaters can redeem for real candy during the month of October.
Starlite Drive-In Season Finale
When: Oct. 30-31
Admission: $8 per adult, $4 per 3 to 11-year-old
Starlite Drive-In’s season finale will go out with Halloween movies for the whole family. On one screen the drive-in will show “The Lost Boys” and “Poltergeist” and on the other screen, “Hotel Transylvania” and “Goosebumps.” Tickets can be purchased online.
Trunk or Treat with WPD
Where: Clapp Memorial Park, 4611 E Harry Street
When: Oct. 30, 5-8 p.m.
The Wichita Police and Wichita Police Foundation are hosting a trunk or treat at Clapp Memorial Park the evening before Halloween.
Howl-O-Ween at Hyde Park
Where: Hyde Park, 201 S Greenwood
When: Oct. 31 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Beauties and Beasts is hosting a meet-and-greet with some of their adoptable dogs on Halloween. While you can’t adopt a dog at the event itself, you can submit an application to get approved to adopt and appointment can be made after the event. Find out more here.
The Rocky Horror Show
Where: Crown Uptown Theatre
When: Oct. 30, 31, Nov. 7, 8 or 10:15 p.m.
The Crown Uptown Theatre will show a live production of “The Rocky Horror Show” on Halloween weekend. The venue said costumes are encouraged.
Halloween DJ Party
Where: Chicken N Pickle
When: Oct. 31 8 p.m.
Chicken N Pickle is hosting a rooftop party with a DJ, complete with a costume contest.
Where: College Hill neighborhood
Every year, residents of the College Hill neighborhood go all out on Halloween light displays. Pack the family up in the car and head out for a drive!
Where: The comfort of your own home
Wichita State’s Child Development Center are planning activities through the month, including ones you can do from home. Some ideas they suggest include a Halloween candy hunt (sort of like an Easter egg hunt), pumpkin carving, and an at-home haunted house. You can find those at their Facebook page.
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