Halloween on Adventure Road is an unrivaled blend of scary and sweet. From the pumpkin patch to more haunted destinations, you’ll find a taste of Oklahoma’s best Halloween happenings right here.
MYRIAD BOTANICAL GARDENS
301 W Reno Ave • Oklahoma City
Celebrate all things fall through Oct. 23 in the wonderful world of Pumpkinville, a 17-day festival crowned the #1 Pumpkin Patch by USA Today 10 Best. Enjoy fall festivities, trick-or-treating on Oct. 22 and imaginative displays made from 35,000 pumpkins!
BROWN RANCH HAY MAZE
U.S. Hwy S 77 Campbell St • Ardmore
With over 20 activities like hayrides, a corny gold mine and a three-story hay castle, Brown Ranch is the perfect place to make fall memories. Plus, Oklahoma’s largest hay maze returns to challenge visitors with an all-new course. Your $10 admission lets you do it all Oct. 1-31!
429 E California Ave • Oklahoma City
Head to one of OKC’s most bustling districts for a festive evening of costumes and candy! The 8th annual Brick-or-Treat returns Oct. 24, so come dressed to impress and enjoy spooky tunes, roaming characters, photo ops and more at participating merchants.
SKELETONS: MUSEUM OF OSTEOLOGY
10301 S Sunnylane Rd • Oklahoma City
Visit an “Above-Ground Boneyard” on Halloween night to play games, trick-or-treat and enjoy some seriously bone-chilling activities. Guests will see “flesh-eating” beetles up close, play games, win candy prizes and go on a spooky scavenger hunt!
BEDRÉ FINE CHOCOLATE
37 N Colbert Rd • Davis
Enjoy the sweeter side of the season with delicious gourmet chocolates from Bedré! You’ll be the talk of the neighborhood with these melt-in-your-mouth confections. The online shop also makes it easy to send a holiday gift to a loved one’s doorstep.
OKLAHOMA CITY ZOO
2000 Remington Place • Oklahoma City
Halloween fun is happening on weekends throughout the month at the 39th annual Haunt the Zoo! Experience the thrill of collecting candy mixed with the excitement of your favorite zoo animals and enjoy festive booths and photo ops along the way, Oct. 8-30.
OKLAHOMA RIVER CRUISES
701 S Lincoln Blvd • Oklahoma City
Ready to Haunt the River? Take a spooky, hour-and-a-half cruise down the Oklahoma River on Fridays and Saturdays through October. Guests can enjoy the decorated boat, haunted tunes, appetizers and a cash bar on board. Come dressed to enter the costume contest!
OKLAHOMA RAILWAY MUSEUM
3400 NE Grand Blvd • Oklahoma City
All aboard the Halloween Train! Combine the thrill of trick-or-treating with a fun train ride in your scariest, silliest or coolest getup Oct. 29-30. Guests can join the Halloween scavenger hunt and miniature golf. There are multiple departures both days, so get your tickets!
NEARBY: Lincoln Park Golf Course, Oklahoma Firefighters Museum, Adventure District
11501 N I-35 Service Rd • Oklahoma City
Sweet, kid-friendly fun by day and spooky, creepy, spirited fun by night. Fright Fest is back at Frontier City and it’s scarier than ever. Take part in a haunted night of Scare Zones, bone-chilling displays, nighttime roller coasters and live entertainment.
NEARBY: River Oaks Golf Club, Lake Arcadia, POPS
Are you looking to shiver from fright or from the chill in the air?
As the only Native American tribe to create its own brand of fine chocolate, the Chickasaw Nation takes great pride in its Bedré products. Bring your sweet tooth, and get ready for melt-in-your-mouth perfection. Visitors receive a free sample just for stopping in.
Did you know Oklahoma is home to America's only skeleton museum? SKELETONS: Museum of Osteology has over 300 skeletons and 400 skulls on exhibit, highlighting the form and function of the skeletal system in both humans and animals.
Tour the city from the calm waters of the Oklahoma River! Choose from among the daytime ferry service, specialty and themed cruises in the evenings or book a private charter! Oklahoma River Cruises offers access to four major OKC districts and memorable views.
The Myriad Botanical Gardens act as a lush, landscaped oasis in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City. The recently remodeled gardens’ 17 acres draw everyone from concert goers to families to those just looking to enjoy the natural environment.
If it's entertainment you're looking for, then there's no better place than Bricktown. This former warehouse district now features the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, a mile-long canal with water taxis and dozens of restaurants, clubs and venues.
Located just minutes from I-35, the Oklahoma Railway Museum is a fun, outdoor attraction for locomotive lovers of all ages. Featuring freight cars, passenger cars, a real steam engine and a variety of railroad equipment and memorabilia, there's something for everyone at this free museum.
The Oklahoma City Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the southwest and is one of only seven zoos in the entire country with the distinction of being a fully accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) and the American Association of Museums (AAM) as both a living museum and a botanical garden.
Take a ride on Oklahoma’s tallest roller coaster, enjoy a funnel cake and a live performance before winning a big prize from a carnival-style contest. Are you ready for the twists, turns and thrills Frontier City has to offer?
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