Houston Halloween 2020 at Locktopia
Locktopia Escape Room wants to save Houston Halloween 2020 with a fun and safe way to “escape” this year all October and the big scary night!
Let’s face it, this year has been scary and we haven’t even made it to October 31st yet!
Experts are even telling people to not trick or treat this Houston Halloween…BOOOO to that!!!!
The very least we can do is offer you a fun way for your friends and family to “escape” the year for an hour or two in our private rooms with COVID-19 safety protocols.
Only you can restore balance to Houston from the Dark Raven’s wicked spell to extinguish the sun. We think Harry Potter fans will like it for sure!
Halloween 2020 weekend
Our escape rooms are serving up scary fun all October, and Halloween night is no exception.
Halloween is on Saturday this year (so is the start of Día de los Muertos), so you have a whole weekend to celebrate!
In fact, we’ll have candy prizes in both rooms the entire week of Halloween.
We already have bookings for Halloween, so if you want to escape, BOOK NOW!
How else can you have a fun, safe and memorable Houston Halloween?
Houston Halloween 2020 guide
After you try our Halloween fun, here are some other Houston activities happening around the Bayou City! Support local!
Amanda Sorena, a blogger at Mommy Nearest, shared a list of fun things to do this year for Houston Halloween.
Here is a look at Houston Halloween pumpkin patches, haunted drives, fall festivals and more.
Also all this month, the Houston Zoo is holding its annual Zoo Boo celebration.
The Houston Arboretum & Nature Center is holding its “Science Spooktacular: A Week of Halloween Fun!” from October 19 to October 24.
The West U Parks and Recreation Department is holding a Dive By Trick-Or Treat event at Colonial Park (Friday, October 23, 2020 from 5:30pm to 7pm). The cost is free this Houston Halloween and will be taking place at 4130 Byron West University Place, TX 77005.
Bellaire Parks and Recreation has created the BOO Drive-Thru! (October 29, 2020 at 4:00 pm) to replace the annual Pumpkin Hunt at Loftin Park. This COVID-19 friendly event asks participants to drive through the Bellaire Recreation Center parking lot to look at decorative booths and receive a Halloween goodie bag. Staff members will be wearing masks and gloves. Goodie bags will be full of candy and and handed out while supplies last. Dress up in costume, but stay in your car at all times.
Houston’s Rooftop Cinema Club is showing scary movies at The Drive-In at Sawyer Yards (located at 2302 Summer Street) starting October 19th through November 1. Scheduled movies include Hocus Pocus, The Addams Family, Coco, Gremlins, The Monster Squad, Ghostbusters and more.
The Houston Symphony celebrates Halloween 2020 with music from Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean and other favorites. This livestream event takes place online Saturday, October 31st at 11am.
Space Center Houston wants to launch your Halloween with a boo-m at its first ever Galaxy Frights experience Oct. 30 and 31.
If you have more Houston Halloween suggestions, contact us.