Halloween is right around the corner which means that if you haven’t yet made plans, now is the time to start! If you’re looking for a family-friendly way to spend Halloween this year, why not try the Oklahoma City Zoo?
The 32nd Annual Haunt the Zoo will take place from October 26th – October 31st from 9 am to 5 pm. Haunt the Zoo is great fun for the entire family and you can feel comfortable knowing that the kids can experience Halloween in a safe environment!
Trick-or-treaters will get to experience the Haunt the Zoo trail and receive an official treat bag so they can head to all of the festive booths along the way to collect Halloween candy from volunteers! To buy tickets, check out the website here.
If you haven’t made any weekend plans yet, then why not consider grabbing some friends and heading to a live concert this weekend? There’s nothing like the thrill of live music and the experience of listening to tunes with other concert-goers. Here’s some upcoming shows this weekend we think you might be interested in.
Walk the Moon will be playing at the Diamond Ballroom Thursday night. This up-and-coming band blends indie rock and pop music, so be ready to grab your dancing friends! Get your tickets here.
Head over to the 89th Street Collective in Oklahoma City where you can experience Rocktoberfest! This year, The Fairweather, an indie rock band, will be playing so grab your tickets here.
This Sunday, head over to Opolis to see the Fruit Bats, an American folk-rock band. You can get your tickets here.
If you’re looking for a new place to grab some food, sip wine, or enjoy brunch with friends, then make your way to Cheever’s Cafe located at 2409 N. Hudson Avenue right here in Oklahoma City!
With daily and nightly specials, Cheever’s is one place where the atmosphere is as good as the menu. Dine with friends or family in this historic building with a glass-walled, refrigerated floral case which holds wines, beer, fresh flowers, and signature desserts. There is even a full bar and a wide selection of wines to choose from!
Whether you’re in the mood for quinoa avocado salad or smoked chicken fusilli, there’s a little something for everyone here. Cheever’s also offers a gluten-free menu!
Looking for some spooky fun this Halloween season? If you’re ready for a night of fright and scares, then here are the top three haunted houses to explore this year! Remember, these aren’t for the faint of heart.
- Trail of Terror
Trail of Terror is an experience that has become a Halloween tradition. Located at 2701 W. 10th in El Reno, this is an adrenaline pumping experience you won’t soon forget. Check out their website for more information about ticket prices and times.
- Bricktown Warehouse
This is an OKC Halloween tradition. Since 1985, the Bricktown Haunted Warehouse has been scaring the wits out of its visitors! For tickets and times, check out their website.
- Frontier City’s Frightfest
Located at OKC’s premier amusement park, Frontier City, Frightfest contains family-friendly events and activities during the day and frights at night! For more information, refer to their website. Be sure to check out their “spooktacular” shows too!