The pumpkins are carved, the orange twinkle lights are out and the race to get the biggest sugar rush is imminent. So before the big day comes around, how about finding even more Halloween fun? If you’re on the hunt for some spook-tacular events, the Lansing area has plenty of tricks and treats to keep adults, children and families entertained. With opportunities to get dressed up in costume, get creeped out, watch a performance, there’s something for you. There is even some friendly fun for little ones who are too cute to spook. Don’t be a scaredy-cat, check it out.

Mt. Hope Cemetery tour

Ideas for the little ghosts and goblins, princesses and tiny super heroes.
Downtown Trick or Treating in Williamston October 26
Trick or Treat on the Square in downtown Lansing October 26
Halloween at Eastwood Towne Center October 27
Halloween in the Village October 28
Boo at the Zoo (last weekend) October 28-29
Great Pumpkin Walk in Downtown East Lansing October 30

East Lansing Great Pumpkin Walk

Sit back in your seat and enjoy the performance.
All of Us Express: The Canterville Ghost October 27-28
Mid-Michigan Family Theatre: A Trio of Halloween Plays October 26-29
Murder Mystery Dinner Cruise October 27

Find the creepy, make the creepy or just be the creepy:
Lansing Zombie Walk October 28
How-To Halloween October 28
Poor Farm Cemetery Tour October 29
Tour of Terror Pub Crawl October 28
MSU Theater Haunted Aud October 27-29
Dia de los Muertos Cemetery Stroll Mt. Hope Cemetery October 27

Downtown Zombie Walk

Happy Halloween!

Did you know that Greater Lansing offers over 150 things to do? With only 48 hours in a weekend, the clock is ticking. Download the LAN150 Bucket List to get started.