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5 Unbelievably Spooky Places for Indoor Trick or Treating near me

Looking for Indoor Trick or Treating near me due to rain or if it’s cold?

This is North Texas so the weather really is anyone’s guess, including the professionals! It’s set to be colder this year (2023) so for family friendly fun be sure to wrap up warm if you head outside, or even better, just choose one of these really spooky places for Indoor Trick or Treating near me, instead.

We can’t let a little rain or cold weather spoil our Halloween fun so we have 5 really great spooky places for Indoor Trick or Treating near me.

More: A Family Fun Guide to Halloween Events 2023, Pumpkin Patches & Fall Festivals


Sometimes local Malls offer indoor trick or treating near me today whether rain or shine, along with area libraries and other places.

So hit them up and go trick or treating indoors. Get your kids in costume, hopefully dressed as ghouls and goblins

Lots of the events listed in our Halloween Events post are indoors too, including a Halloween party as well as as outdoor trunk or treats or you can pick any outdoor trick-or-treat event at a nearby parking lot, so be sure to check that out.

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Screamin’ Green Hauntoween

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Date: September 23 – October 31

Address: Crayola Experience, Willow Bend Mall, Plano, TX 75093

Get Ready for Spooky Family Fun!

Screamin’ Green Hauntoween is back and more colorful than ever! Join the crayon crew on their quest to discover rare, Halloween colors and meet monster-ific characters as you go!

This event is CHALK-full of spooky happenings: a themed scavenger hunt 🔍, spook-tastic crafts 👻, character photo ops, and more! Plus every weekend they’ll host trick-or-treating.🍭🍫🍬

Discounted tickets HERE

Halloween Boo Bash

Date: Thursday, October 26, 4.30 – 8.30

Location: Tom Muehlenbeck Center, 5801 W. Parker Road

This award-winning event is held annually in October and features a carnival-like style atmosphere with games and of course CANDY!

Families enter for free with a canned food donation and don their Halloween costumes for a night of trick-or-treating at the recreation center.

Admission is free, and no registration is required.

2023 Spooktacular Drive Thru Halloween Event

Date: October 28, 12 pm – 2 pm

Address: Medical City North Hills

Medical City North Hills is thrilled to announce the 3rd annual 2023 Spooktacular Halloween Drive-Thru Event! This event is free to the community.

They will celebrate with drive-thru trick-or-treating, employee pumpkin decorating contest judging, music, and more. Guests will remain in their vehicles throughout the entire event. Mark your calendar and be sure to don your best outfit!

Trick or Treat at Legacy Hall

Date: October 30, 5 pm

Address: Legacy Hall

Bring your family and friends along for a night of trick-or-treating, where you can collect delicious candies and treats from the Food Stalls at Legacy Hall and other local businesses.

This will be a spooktacular evening of Halloween fun filled with treats, tricks, and lots of laughter.

Don’t forget to show off your costumes and strike a pose at our COSTUME CONTEST. But that’s not all! They have a lineup of exciting activities planned for the evening, including arts & crafts for kids, games and more.

Safari Run’s Spooktacular

October 31, 9.30 – 3pm

Join them for Open Play along with carnival games, giveaways, sack and relay races and a Halloween costume contest!

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Children In Fancy Costume Dress Going Trick Or Treating

You can also have an Indoor candy hunt inside your house or show a Halloween-themed Movie!

If haunted houses are your thing, check out the our picks for the spookiest haunted houses around Dallas Fort Worth packed with fun, treats, and thrills!

Disclaimer: These events are not hosted by Plano Moms and we cannot take responsibility for the information provided online, as this was provided to us by the Venues. Please check details with the Venues directly.

Let us know how you celebrated Halloween this year