Start the Halloween weekend off in a not-so-scary way at Goldfish Swim School's Halloween Drive Through event. The drive-through event is free and allows families to experience fun Halloween themed activities in a safe way.
Enjoy wicked Halloween fun for the whole family at Ballpark Village in downtown St. Louis. Halloween in the Plaza is a free outdoor Halloween event that includes pumpkin carving, personal s'mores kits, a photo scavenger hunt, sanitary and safe airbrush tattoos, a kids costume parade, music, dancing games and prizes.
What will you find at City Museum's Costumes and Candy Halloween event? Pumpkins, candy, aliens and astronauts will roam the museum, slide and climb. Wear your best costumes and keep your eyes peeled for all the candy slides! Social distancing and safety protocols apply.
Don't be afraid of hiking for treats along the Jack-O-Lantern Trail in Faust Park at this Halloween themed event for all ages. As you hike and search for treats you'll be guided by the light and spirit of Jack-o-Lanterns leading you to the trunk or treat! Costumes are welcomed.
Enjoy Halloween in a safe way at this Trunk or Treat! Children and families are encouraged to wear their costumes and show their Halloween spirit by decorating the outside of their cars. Car trunks will be decorated for your viewing pleasure in various Halloween themes by local businesses and organizations.
Kids and teens ages 8-15 can learn the basics of using a potter's wheel to make functional clay pieces and non-functional sculptures in Clay Class: Wheel Throwing at Laumeier Sculpture Park. They'll study the fundamental techniques of wedging, centering and raising cylindrical forms such as bowls, cups and vases.
Science gets spooky at the Saint Louis Science Center's Halloween Science Spooktacular! Get ready for science thrills at this no-cost, candy-free event packed with Halloween-themed festivities for the entire family.
At the Historic St. Charles Pumpkin Glow you and your family can bask in the glow of carved pumpkins throughout the historic district while the merchants along Main Street stay open late to offer scary good deals, and the street will be illuminated with hundreds of eerily glowing pumpkins. This is not a trick or treating event.