Pumpkin Festival at Stone Mountain Park/Steven Bridges

Get ready to celebrate Halloween weekend with our top picks for activities, attractions and exhibits.

You’ll find plenty of ways to celebrate Halloween in our Guide to Halloween Events.

Little Shop of Horrors at Newnan Theatre Company

This sci-fi musical depicts floral assistant Seymour Krelborn who finds a new, out-of-this-world breed of plant. Oct. 26-29.

Howl on the Green in Duluth

This family-friendly event includes sweet treats, great food, mystical creatures, aerialists, iconic characters and entertainment. Oct. 27.

The Dark Rows Haunted Corn Maze at Uncle Shuck’s

When the sun goes down and the maze is lit by moonlight, families can enjoy a spooky night. Oct. 27-28. For more corn maze fun, see our list of Corn Mazes Near Atlanta.

The Nightmare Before Christmas: Live in Concert at Atlanta Symphony Hall

Watch this timeless Disney holiday classic as the musical score is performed live. Oct. 27-28.

Halloween Hikes at Chattahoochee Nature Center

Explore the forest to meet woodland creatures and hear about how they live, along with music, crafts and a campfire. Oct. 27-29.

Batty About Halloween Science at Tellus Science Museum

Enjoy family-friendly light and sound activities, including a black light scavenger hunt, an appearance from Batgirl, a planetarium show and more. Oct. 28.

The Monster Mash at Center for Puppetry Arts

Wear your silliest or scariest costumes to celebrate Halloween with a decorations goblins, skeletons, jack-o-lanterns and more. Oct. 28.

Trick or Treating at Avalon

Pick up a trick-or-treating map to stop by participating retailers for candy and treats. Oct. 28.

Halloween at Halcyon

Enjoy trick-or-treating, farm animals, balloon twisting, meeting characters from “Encanto,” fall décor for photos and more. Oct. 28.

Monster Mash at Fernbank Museum

Enjoy themed tables full of goodies, crafts and activities. Oct. 28.

Boo at the Zoo at Zoo Atlanta

Wear your costume to sample treats throughout the Zoo, enjoy the whimsical Zoo Boo Town, and see more than 1,000 animals from around the world. Oct. 28-29.

The Great Trick or Treat at Atlanta History Center

Come stroll through the Goizueta Gardens to gather early Halloween candy and enjoy entertainment, including decorations, a balloon artist, face painter and more. Oct. 29.

Halloween Spectacular And The Music of Fleetwood Mac for Kids at The Garden Club at Wild Heaven Beer

From Rock and Roll Playhouse, celebrate Halloween with classic rock songs. Oct. 29.

Halloween – Día de los Muertos at Plaza Fiesta

Enjoy candy, costume contests, music and prizes. Oct. 29.

Day of the Dead Haints & Saints Halloween Parade at Decatur Cemetery

This Halloween and Dias de los Muertos-themed parade will feature skeleton puppets, ghouls, zombies, superheroes, marching bands and more. Oct. 29.

Kids Boo Fest at Six Flags Over Georgia

This new festival for younger ghosts and ghouls will include dressing up for fall themed activities, trick-or-treating, pumpkin decorating and more. Through Oct. 29.

Pumpkin Festival at Stone Mountain Park

Enjoy park attractions, games, live shows, displays, a Glow by Night experience and more. Through Oct. 29.

Fright Fest at Six Flags

Enjoy family-friendly fall activities during the day, and at night, the amusement park transforms into a ghoulish place with ghosts and goblins and haunted attractions. Through Oct. 29.

The Headless Horseman of Silly Hollow at Center for Puppetry Arts

In this comedic version of Washington Irving’s tale, schoolteacher Ichabod Crane helps the Headless Horseman find a new, spookier image. Through Oct. 29.

Munchkin Masquerade at Main Street Newnan

This downtown trick-or-treat event is specifically for little ones. Oct. 31.

Halloween Trail of Tricks & Treats at Rubes Creek Trail

Walk along the trail to enjoy music, characters, fun displays and trick-or-treating, and participate in costume contests. Oct. 31.

Trick or Treat on the Square at Historic Gainesville Square

Trick-or-treat at downtown businesses with costume contests for four different categories. Oct. 31.

Scarecrows in the Garden at Atlanta Botanical Garden

View scarecrows handcrafted by businesses, individuals, schools and organizations on display throughout the garden. Through Oct. 31. Looking for more scarecrow displays? Find a complete list on Where to See Scarecrows in Atlanta.

Ghosts of Marietta in Marietta

Tour guides tell stories based on documented sightings, firsthand experiences and history. Fri.-Sun. in Oct. Have even more spooky fun at these Top Ghost Tours Around Atlanta.

Woodland Spirits at Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Drawing inspiration from literature’s many dark forests, search for spirits as you walk through WildWoods. Through Nov. 5.

Netherworld Haunted House in Stone Mountain

Explore two thrilling haunted houses, “Primordial” and “Crypto Chaos.” Through Nov. 11.

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