Miami: 5 options for children to enjoy Halloween

On Halloween, children love to take pictures with pumpkins. (iStock) (Getty Images/iStockphoto/)

Halloween It is one of the most anticipated celebrations of the year. It is a space to have a good time and give or receive a good scare. children in particular they want to take pictures with the pumpkins, the scary characters, or the houses that seem haunted.

There are many other things that can catch the attention of children, from hay mazes, dress-up competitions, spooky science experiments, all under the spell of Miami.

If you have a little one at home, don’t wait for the night of 31 October to take him for a walk. The fun shouldn’t be limited to knocking on doors and asking treat or trick. There is more, much more where they can go to scare dressed as witches, mummies, goblins, or movie characters.

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HalloWAVE Family Fun Fest

HalloWave Festival on Espanola Way, Miami Beach.
This popular event on Española Way includes live music, Halloween-themed decorations, and activities for the whole family to enjoy. (Spanish Way)

Spanish Waya charming alley in South Beachwill be the star of this family festival, where more than 5,000 people gathered last year alone.

Festivities for this year include live music, Halloween-themed decorations and activities for the whole family to enjoy. All this It will take place on October 29 and 30.

Where: 1445 Washington Ave Miami Beach, FL 33139

Hay Maze Miami

Hay maze drawing, Downtown Miami halloween event.
All of Miami can get lost in this impressive labyrinth of Bayfront Park. (There’s Miami Maze)

From October 21 to November 6the Bayfront Park you’ll be in control of the scares with its 6,000-square-foot (560-square-meter) hay maze.

The fun is guaranteed, you just have to get there and lose yourself in the unique labyrinth. For souvenir photos, there’s a creepy scarecrow next to a majestic wall of pumpkins.

Schedule this adventure. There will be pumpkin bread and finger licking empanada. Halloween will taste delicious.

Where: 301 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL, 33132

Zoo Boo at Zoo Miami

Announcement of the Zoo Boo event at Zoo Miami.
Animals from the Miami Zoo will also participate in the Halloween celebration. (Miami Zoo)

The miami zoo is not far behind and wants to attract families this Halloween. The children are invited Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 Octobertrick-or-treating, participate in a unique costume contest, meet special characters, and do Halloween crafts.

Animals will also be protagonists, of course, and you will see them get their Halloween treats. For example, watch raccoons go through a spooky graveyard looking for candy, or sloths with their fun bags of goodies and pumpkins. Or the spider monkeys, who will trick or treat through a haunted house.

The Halloween celebration is much more entertaining when you can watch the animals do their juggling. An unforgettable experience.

Where: 12400 SW 152nd St, Miami, FL 33177 – (305) 251-0400

Spooky Science Monster Mash at the Frost Science Museum

Image of a Halloween pumpkin in one of the aquariums at the Frost Museum of Science in Miami.
At the Frost Science Museum, Miami’s science museum, children can enjoy a Halloween with a difference. (Frost Science Museum)

For children who like science, and do crazy experiments, this is the best option. It will be a Halloween they will remember as adults.

Put on his mad scientist suit and go enjoy the colours, smoke and giant bubbles in the Frost Science Museum. This time, the sixth time it has been held, children can do very sui generis experiments and mix potions with the help of real scientists from local universities and the American Chemical Society.

If your child wants a different Halloween, take him to this experience that takes place on October 29.

Spooky Symphony in Little Havana

The Alhambra Orchestra and the Greater Miami Youth Symphony presenting their chilling symphony at the Miami Dade County Auditorium.
In Little Havana, the chilling melodies of the Spooky Symphony will be heard. (Miami Dade County Auditorium)

The Alhambra Orchestra and the Greater Miami Youth Symphonythey will take the Miami-Dade County Auditorium on the Little Havanato entertain the little ones with the chilling sounds of Spooky Symphony: A Halloween Extravaganza. Yes, it’s so unusual that it can be considered a Halloween extravaganza.

Not only the cinema can entertain and scare children at home with its most chilling films. On this occasion, the music will cause the same effect when you listen to the orchestral interpretations of the themes of those popular horror films, so coveted at this time and that you will be able to listen to on October 30.

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You see, it is not necessary to stay at home. There’s Halloween beyond the nightly tour with your kids trick-or-treating and trick-or-treating. Give them, this October, a unique adventure. There are options for all tastes.


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