How do you like your Halloween? Do you like ghosts? Do you like to spend time with the family? Do you like to be TERRIFIED? Or do you just like to eat? Well we have a little bit of everything going on this time of year. Whether Casper or Jason Voorhees is more your style, we have something for everyone!
Now through November 2 – Creepers Haunted House
After a 4 year hiatus, Atlanta’s CREEPIEST haunted house is back with a vengeance! Infamous for elaborate, hand-crafted sets and respected throughout the haunt industry, Creepers promises thrills and chills unlike anything you will find anywhere else! General admission tickets are $20. Advance sales close at 7pm.
Friday, October 25 through Sunday October 27 – Taste of Atlanta
Taste of Atlanta is a food lover’s dream festival that attracts thousands of people every year to enjoy culinary creations from the city’s finest restaurants. There will be more than 90 of Atlanta’s favorites dishing out samples of their tastiest creations over three days in late October. It’s a weekend filled with specialty food and beverage tents, interactive chef demos and family-friendly activities.
Saturday, October 26 – Owl-O-Ween Hot Air Balloon Festival
Owl-O-Ween has EVERYTHING to make for a perfect family friendly fall night! Want to know the most perfect way to get into the Halloween spirit? A Hot Air Balloon Festival! But the fun doesn’t stop there! This night also includes: Trick-or-Treating, a Halloween Costume Contest, Tethered Balloon Rides, Pyrotechnic Skydivers, Vendors, an Artist Market, Food Trucks, a Whimsical Forest Kids’ Area, and Live Entertainment! The fun begins at 4pm and lasts until midnight!
October 26, 29, and 30 – Fox Theatre Halloween Ghost Tours
Love history? For the first time, the Fox Theatre will host Ghost Light Tours this Halloween with their resident ghosts. Travel to spaces haunted by those who loved the theatre and the ground where it sits so much, they have never left. Take a walk in the footsteps of the Confederate soldier, pay your respects to the woman of the house and hear about Roosevelt and his work keeping the Fox warm in the winter. Learn the history of the theatre and the history of the ghosts that roam it. People have seen these ghosts and felt their presence…will you? The Ghost Light Tours are not recommended for children under 10 and no children under the age of 6 are permitted.