MIAMI – Carol! The spookiest time of the year is upon us, and children and adults alike are preparing their Halloween costumes.
This year’s Halloween will bring both scary Halloween attractions and pumpkin patches, with just enough candy for the miscreants.
Here is a list of Halloween events and pumpkin patches to visit in South Florida.
Pumpkin Patch United Methodist Church in Miami Lakes: From October 1-31, take a trip to the Pumpkin Patch United Methodist Church in Miami Lakes. They are open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Guests can enjoy entertainment and fun fall festivities. Admission is $5 Monday – Thursday, $7 Friday – Sunday and $10 on Halloween.
Miami International Mall Pumpkin Patch: The pumpkin patch will be available from October 1st to October 31st. It will be open from 10:00 to 21:00. The patch will include pumpkins, haystacks and family photo opportunities.
Miami Springs Pumpkin Patch & Harvest Festival: Poinciana United Methodist Church’s annual Pumpkin Patch will be open October 14th through October 31st. It will be located at 300 North Royal Poinciana Boulevard in Miami Springs. Hours of operation are Monday – Friday 2-8 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-8 p.m. and Sunday 12-8 p.m.
Kiddo-Ween Party at Cityplace Doral: Take the kids to Cityplace Doral for a Halloween family event. It will take place on Saturday, October 29, from 2 to 8 p.m. It will include pumpkin pie, face painting, a runway costume show, food, drink and more.
Pinto’s Farm: The pumpkin patch, located at 14890 SW 216th Street, is open Saturdays and Sundays in October with fall festivities and entertainment for guests. Admission ranges from $27.99 to $29.99. Pinto’s Farm will include an animal farm, hay maze, pedal boat rides and much more.
Berry Farm: Harvest at Berry Farm will be open from September 23rd to November 13th. Features a pumpkin patch, hayrides, corn maze and other activities. They are open Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and from Friday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Flipper’s Fall Festival at Miami Seaquarium: Come to Miami Seaquarium to experience fall and Halloween in one! Visitors can expect themed shows, trick-or-treating, food and drink, and a unique glow-in-the-dark sea cave maze.
Haunted Carnival House of Horror at Miami International Mall: Immerse yourself in the most haunted carnival full of ghosts and horrors. Miami International Mall hosts the House of Horror as guests can venture into several haunted houses while enjoying live entertainment, food and drink, carnival rides and games.
Nightmare in the Redland at Berry Farm: Come visit Berry Farms at night and immerse yourself in their haunted corn maze and hayride. The event is highly recommended for children aged 13 and over. Click here for ticket information.
Zoo Boo at Zoo Miami: Come spend Halloween weekend at Zoo Miami with your furry friends! Families and children 12 and under can expect to trick or treat in costume, meet special characters and make Halloween crafts. Click here for ticket information.
Flamingo Road Nursery Fall Festival: Come visit the Flamingo Road Nursery Fall Festival, which transforms their 10-acre garden into a fall pageant. Corn stalks, hay bales, pumpkins and scarecrows will appear at the festival. There will also be food and drink and a photo opportunity.
Pumpkin Patch at New Horizon Methodist Church: Take a trip to the New Horizon Methodist Church and be surrounded by an endless supply of pumpkins. They are open until October 31, Monday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to sunset.
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