Even though everything looks a little bit different this year, Arizona is still having some Halloween fun! Despite changes to capacity, ticketing procedures, and safety measures, there are still many Halloween favorites in the Valley that are open. These top 10 things to do for Halloween 2020 in Arizona are sure to keep you busy! Here are our top 10 things to do for halloween 2020 in AZ below:
Get ready to be scared! This Valley favorite is back this year with the living dead, clowns, and monsters. This is still one of the most requested things to do for halloween 2020 in AZ!
Safety measures: Physical distancing marker, fewer tickets will be sold per time slot, credit cards are preferred at the door.
Pumpkin Nights #AtThePrincess
A family event full of fall favorite activities. Experience a multi-acre hay maze, carnival rides, bonfires and s’more making stations, a pumpkin patch, an animated Halloween show, and nightly fireworks.
This family-friendly yearly fall festival in Mesa features a pumpkin patch, straw bale maze, hayrides, petting zoo, and outdoor games and activities.
Safety measures: Stay 6 feet from others, wear a mask, use hand sanitizer.
Tolmachoff Farms Corn Maze & Pumpkin Days
Explore this fall festival in Glendale that has a six-acre corn maze, haunted corn maze, petting zoo, hay pyramid, or shoot tomatoes out of a tomato cannon.
Vertuccio Farms Corn Maze & Fall Festival
Families in Mesa can explore a five-acre corn maze, pick some pumpkins, play mini-golf, and go on a mini zip-line at this fall festival.
Another fan favorite in AZ! This scary attraction is full of monsters, skeletons, and scary attractions.
Safety measures: Physical distancing markers, fewer tickets will be sold per time slot, credit cards are preferred at the door.
This free fall festival at the Phoenix Premium Outlets in Chandler has a pumpkin stand, trick-or-treating, a beer garden, and Halloween activities starting October 23.
Safety measures: Follow local guidelines for social distancing and mask wearing.
The City of Chandler’s annual “spooktacular” event is now a free drive-thru experience. It’s a family friendly spooky (but not scary) event on October 29 and 30.
Safety measures: Stay in your vehicle at all times. No pedestrians.
The Scargrounds will feature three haunted houses this year: Slayer’s Slaughter House, Epic Fear, and Startled
Darkness. This year will also include their first family-friendly drive-thru haunted house.
Safety measures: Group size limitations, timed entries, social distancing.
Día de los Muertos Virtual Festivals
If you’d rather stay home this year, there are virtual opportunities to celebrate the season, too. Here are two virtual festivals for Día de los Muertos:
– Mesa Arts Center: Featuring artist and cooking demonstrations; performances by La Luz de Luna and Mariachi Pasion and more; and at-home activities like paper flower making, papel picado, and altar making.
– Día de los Muertos PHX: Featuring mask-making; community altar; sugar skull decorating; yucca weaving; artists mercado; and La Procesión at sunset.
This list of things to do for halloween 2020 in AZ will surely keep you busy for the holiday season and help you if you are thinking of what to do come this holiday!