The Works, the 80-acre adaptive mixed-use destination on the Upper Westside, is hosting an all-day event featuring fun for the whole family, including trick or treating, a costume contest and live music. The event also marks the opening of Dr. Scofflaw’s, a 9,000-square-foot macro-brewery and tap room from famed Atlanta brewmasters Scofflaw Brewing Company.
Blue Martini, a new a contemporary upscale martini bar located in the heart of Buckhead, will host a costume party with a costume contest at midnight. There’s $1,000 in prizes and giveaways.
From 11 a.m.- 3 p.m., kids can safely trick-or-treat at 10 stations spread out across Skyline Park, get temporary tattoos and make crafts. Complimentary popcorn and cotton candy will be available for the whole family. Mummy Dogs with green slime, funnel cake fries and Bloody Frozen Lemonades will be available for purchase.
From 5 p.m. -1 a.m., The Roof will transform into an adult-only Spooktacular, complete with complimentary popcorn and cotton candy, and the concessions, Zombie Deviled Eggs, Funnel Cake Fries, Bloody Frozen Lemonade and Belvedere Jell-O Shots. Guests can dance the night a way to music spun by DJ Xavier Blk at Rooftop Terra.
It’s the spookiest time of the year, and with that comes the resurrection of Haunted Hall of Fame! Ghouls and gals under 12 get in FREE w/ costume from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Explore the spooky halls and get ready for the many tricks, treats and pleasant shrieks! Don’t forget your costume. Festivities include candy (allergy friendly treats available), dance parties and games on the field and more. The 95,000 square foot facility allows for easy social distancing and our stringent cleaning procedures ensure a safe environment for everyone.
Celebrate Halloween and the first full moon on Halloween since 1944. Show off your masked costumes in the Cosplay contest.
Kicking off at 7 p.m., partygoers will check-in at Moondogs and begin their night with hauntingly delicious drink specials. Partygoers are also invited to don their sexiest or spookiest Halloween attire for Moondogs' Costume Contest and win up to $500 in cash and prizes.
Who says wearing a mask can’t be fun? Ghouls and goblins alike are invited to descend upon the popular hotspot in their most haunting costumes for this eerie and safely distanced Halloween bash. Enjoy a night of Howl-o-ween fun with electrifying live music, a chilling costume contest, a live DJ, and themed drink specials.
Eventide Brewing will be hosting trick-or-treating and pumpkin decorating from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31 for children. There will also be a kids costume contest at 6 p.m. where the winner will receive King of Pops and a t-shirt. At 8 p.m. the brewery will host costume contests for adults and dogs.
Halloween enthusiasts and their furry, four-legged friends and invited to let their imagination run wild during the “ulitmutt” Howl-O-Ween Dog Costume Contest from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. at CHIRINGA.
Family friendly festivities at Buckhead Village
Celebrate the spookiest day of the year at Buckhead Village! The community hub will offer family-friendly activities and happenings, including pumpkin painting, pre-packaged candy stations, complimentary Halloween cupcakes from Georgetown Cupcake and more. Plus, coffee and live music will be available in The Veranda, and guests can also enjoy Halloween cocktails at Biltong Bar and Le Bilboquet. There will also be a dog costume contest in collaboration with Fetch Park Buckhead.
Halloween may look a little different this year, but Sugar Factory in Midtown is celebrating the spooky season the only way it knows how … with candy! Try the milkshake which includes a monstrous chocolate-covered mug, filled with a vanilla milkshake and topped with whipped cream, orange chocolate drizzle, sour gummy worms and more! Or opt for the goblet which includes an alcohol-infused smoking candy goblet, made with Voli Vodka, strawberry pucker, pineapple juice, sweet & sour and is topped with gummy body parts and red licorice laces. Offered in both an alcoholic and non-alcoholic version.
Oct. 22-Oct. 31
Take a hike through Dahlonega’s Montaluce Winery, and learn about its colorful haunted history - from the legend of William Gilmore Simms' gold mining bandit, Guy Rivers, to James Mooney’s accounts of the mysterious disappearance of Yahula, a prosperous Cherokee stock trader.
Oct. 24 & 25, Oct. 31 & Nov. 1
Bring your kids to our NOT SCARY and SCARY KID FRIENDLY tour at 13 Stories Haunted House and meet our actors and crew. Choose the not scary version and meet our crew and get some candy while we social distance. Choose the scary version and have some fun inside with a few scares. This is an indoor and outdoor trick or treat event so have your kids dress up as their favorite character!
Enjoy creative scarecrows handcrafted by businesses, individuals, schools and organizations, scattered throughout the Atlanta Botanical Garden.
During daylight hours, families and young thrill-seekers will experience five family-friendly holiday themed areas. Afternoons will include a trick-or-treat trail, a costume contest, Halloween themed shows, rides and attractions. After 6:00 p.m., all attractions take a wicked turn into the wide-open midways.
Spend an afternoon at this Cumming farm to search for a pumpkin, explore the corn maze, take a hayride and pet lots of animals.
Now - Nov. 14
Experience one of America’s top haunted attractions with a visit to Netherworld in Stone Mountain. This year, tour two haunts -- Halloween Nightmares and Cyborg Shock.
Explore a15-acre corn maze and pumpkin patch in Dawsonville. It’s home to tons of farm fun, delicious farm food, and unforgettable family memories! On Friday and Saturday nights in October, brave the horror that is The Dark Rows, a unique haunted trail through some of the most twisted trails of the corn field!
Enjoy an afternoon of fun looking for a pumpkin, meeting all kinds of animals, exploring a haunted forest and more.