The autumn season is in our hearts, if not in a chill wind. Even though the leaves are not changing color, there are still plenty of activities for all ages to help bring fall to Miami. Whether you're looking for hayrides or Halloween frights, there's sure to be something here to interest you this time of year.
House of Horror, Sept 26 - Nov 3, 2013 -- Attractions include a two-acre Haunted House,
heart-pounding amusement rides, as well as carnival food and games. Hours of operations: Monday-Thursday 6:00 p.m.–11:00 p.m.; Friday - Sunday 5:00 p.m. – midnight. Entrance to park and Haunted House
$23; ages 6 and under pay $15 for park entrance only and are not admitted in the Haunted House. Located at Miami International Mall.
The Little Farm Pumpkin Patch, Oct 5 - 31, 2013 -- Enjoy picking pumpkins, pony rides and scarecrow-making at this farm in South Dade. You can bring your own scarecrow clothes to stuff, or you can purchase a scarecrow kit there. You can also walk through the farm animals and buy bales of hay- all you need for Halloween decorating all in one place! 22400 SW 134th Ave, Miami.
ZooBoo at Zoo Miami, Oct 26 and 27, 2013 -- Children 12 and under can enjoy costume contests and safe trick-or-treating in a wholesome environment at Zoo Miami. This event is free after paying standard zoo admission fees.
Monster Splash at Miami Seaquarium, Oct 25, 26, 27 and 31, 2013 -- Miami Seaquarium opens its doors for a special family-friendly Halloween event. It will feature animal shows, a haunted house and trick-or-treating for the kids. Admission is $35.95 for adults and $25.95 for children ages 3-12. For more information, call 305-361-5705.
Spooky Halloween, Oct 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27, 30, and 31, 2013 -- This family-friendly event at the Gold Coast Railroad Museum offers trick-or-treating in special sandbox, pumpkin decorating, story telling and, of course, a Halloween train ride! For more information, call the Gold Coast Railroad Museum at 305-253-0063.
Happy Halloween, Miami!