It’s the spookiest time of the year, so why not celebrate the spirit of the season by attending some Halloween activities in Memphis this year? Western Tennessee has countless things to do during October, and here is just a handful you’ll find nearby on Halloween weekend.
Halloweekend at the Disney Archives Exhibit
If you haven’t checked out the “Inside the Walt Disney Archives” exhibit at the Graceland Exhibition Center yet, you should — especially on Halloween weekend! In addition to touring the studio’s 450+ objects normally on display, visitors will be able to take part in special holiday activities. If your child comes wearing an appropriate costume, they’ll receive a treat bag with lots of goodies.
Halloween Bar Crawl
Leave the kids at home for this event and head downtown in your scariest costume. The city’s fourth annual bar crawl is taking place on Beale Street on the evening of Saturday, Oct. 30. A costume contest, professional photographer, and exclusive food and drink specials make this event one you’ll want to bring your friends to.
Trunk-or-Treat Kids Event at KandiSparklez CraftWorld
Memphis’ first Black female veteran-owned craft store is hosting a family-friendly party at its location in the BassPro Plaza on Oct. 31. Come for games, candy, live music, a costume contest, and special surprises — all aimed at making a safe, fun environment for kids.
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