San Diego Halloween Fun - Today's Mama

San Diego Halloween Fun

Halloween activities are happening all over San Diego.
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Plan early and get some thrills at one of the following events this season.

 Halloween Family Day at Balboa Park – October 26 is Family Day in Balboa Park. Kids can attend Balboa Park museums for free with a paying adult.  Costume parades, hands-on activities, crafts, tours, and storytelling will also be a part of this exciting event from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Check here for the full list of activities.

Halloween Fun at Birch Aquarium – The spooktacular event will be held October 22 and 23 from 6-9 p.m.  Come dressed in costumes and participate in wacky, mad scientist experiments, slimy encounters, and explore sea-themed stations for tricky treats. Boogie to live music and encounter creeps from the deep. RSVP for this activity and pay $15 for this thrilling activity.

Legoland Brick or Treat – The month of October, Legoland has added several activities for celebrating Halloween. Every Saturday and Sunday, follow the Brick-or-Treat Trail with ten Lego-themed treat stations offering candy, snacks and surprises. Saturday nights also include a costume contest for children 12 and under with the themes of Lego, Kingdom and Creative. Prizes are awarded. Fireworks, entertaining shows and other activities are also included on Saturday nights in October.

Sea World’s Spooktacular – Weekends through October 27th, families can enjoy silly spooky shows, fun-fishy activities and photo ops with whacky characters. Go in costume and trick or treat at one of San Diego’s top attractions.

Or if you are looking for a fun date night this Halloween, try out one of these activities.

Halloween Cruise – take a ride aboard the Haunted Ghost Ship and view some of San Diego’s beautiful sites from the water. See the beautiful San Diego skyline while dancing the night away to music with a live DJ.

Haunted San Diego – a 2-hour tour takes you to five locations around San Diego, the “Most Haunted City in the West”, telling you haunting tales of people who lived and died in San Diego.