Halloween 2020

parades, pumpkin patches & family fun


Believe it or not – Halloween is coming! Time is racing and crawling by at the same time. We’re looking forward to a safe, healthy & very happy Halloween 2020. Plan loads of family fun with our 2020 Halloween Guide, presented by The Berry Farms.

The Berry Farms. Join us at the new @TheBerryFarms for the Harvest Festival! Our newly renovated Farm Experience is bringing the country to Miami. Don’t miss all the festivities including the Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch, Tractor Rides, Corn Pit and more. Come hungry and enjoy some farm fresh goodies. We are open Monday- Thursday from 10-6:30pm and Weekends 9am-7pm. Click here for details.

Busch Gardens. Everyone’s favorite, furry friends are getting into the Halloween spirit every Saturday and Sunday in October at Sesame Street® Kids’ Weekends at Busch Gardens® Tampa Bay. Included in park admission, the modified Sesame Street Kids’ Weekends feature additional health and safety measures to offer physically distant trick-or-treating and an open-air Halloween show for families to enjoy together. Click here for details.

Deering Estate. The Deering Estate hosts the 8th annual Vintage Auto Show on Sunday, November 8th from 10am to 3pm. Car enthusiasts of all ages can enjoy a variety of vintage cars on the historic grounds of the Deering Estate. Click here for details.

Fun Dimension. Join us for an unforgettable experience at Fun Dimension in Wynwood, where families can enjoy Laser tag, Bumper Cars, Indoor Playground, XD Theater, VR, Bungee Jumping and arcade games! Our restaurant features delicious dishes from around the world, and a variety of drinks from specialty coffee to craft beer and wine. Click here for details.

Junior Dolphins Football Camp. The Junior Dolphins Fall Virtual Mini-Camp fueled by Gatorade is a 60-minute virtual camp is designed to keep kids active and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. These virtual sessions will be led by Miami Dolphin alumni Troy Drayton. The bi-monthly Zoom sessions will feature drills, contests, trivia, and character development. Click here for details.

Philip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science. Suit up in your favorite costume (don’t forget your face covering!) and join Frost Science for their 4th Annual Spooky Science Monster Mash on Saturday, October 31. They’re putting a unique and safe Frost Science spin on Halloween with special programming throughout the day (programming free with paid museum admission). Click here for details.

The Real Food Academy. Create Halloween treats at The Real Food Academy’s  Halloween cooking classes. It’s not the monsters that make Halloween scary…it’s the sugar. Wear your costumes and learn to make delicious treats that are healthy. You’ll really enjoy the leftovers your kids bring home, if there are any! Three class options to choose from:  Sunday, Oct 25 from 11am-12:15pm (online); Wednesday, Oct 28 from 4:30-6pm (in person); or Saturday, Oct 31 from 9:45-11:30am (in person).