12 Oct Halloween Family Fun in Detroit
Ready to spend Halloween in one of the most haunted places in America? In Detroit, you don’t have to travel far or break the bank to enjoy all the entertainment that comes along with this holiday. Break away from the staple of going door-to-door searching for candy and experience a new of Halloween fun because this is the time for ghosts and ghouls to shine. Along with some well-known haunts of Detroit, here is a list of festivities going on all over the city.
Ridgeland Common Recreation Complex
415 Lake St
Oak Park, IL 60302
October 30th 6:00 PM – 8:15 PM
This annual event brings a chillingly good time to Berkley’s Ice Arena. Those who come in costume enter for free! This Halloween event allows for you and your family to skate amongst your favorite witches, vampires and your favorite cartoon characters. If you chose not to dress up, normal admission fees include the following: $7 for adults, $5 for children 12 and under, and $3 for skate rental.
29350 Northwestern Highway
Southfield, MI 48034
October 24th 12:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Open to the public,the Franklin Athletic Club offers a Halloween event filled with activities with the kids in mind. Activities include inflatable rides, swimming, clowns, and of course face painting!
2727 Brandywine St
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
October 30th and 31st 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM
A beloved neighborhood attraction, the Brandywine Cemetery is a haunted attraction that brings an exhilarating time for all to enjoy. The Brandywine Cemetery is a free haunted event however they do ask you bring food donations for the local food bank. With the goal to create fun, Halloween-filled times for you and your family, that is not gory for the more adventurous souls on Halloween.
8450 W. 10 Mile Rd
Royal Oak, MI 48067
Select days, October 9th to 25th
This is the place to go for great trick-or-treating with a once in a lifetime view! With live entertainment, this celebration includes festive decorations, pumpkin carving, street performers, and a live stage show. Although for the safety of the animals, most of the exhibits will be closed after dark, animals will be out during the day and still gives you a chance to experience the trick-or-treating trail through the front of the zoo.
Here’s another list of fun fall activities in Detroit for you and the family.