Spooky season has arrived in Montgomery County, Pa. We're excited to share some of our favorite Halloween events happening throughout the county.

Scream Mountain - Spring Mountain, Sept. 30 - Oct. 29

Spring Mountain transforms into Scream Mountain starting September 30. Scream Mountain features a Haunted Hayride, Haunted Lift & Walk, and the Starter Haunted Hayride (kid-friendly). Plan your visit to Scream today!


Brick-or-Treat - LEGOLAND, Oct. 1 - Oct.31

This Halloween, the LEGO Monsters have taken over LEGOLAND Discovery Center Philadelphia and they're throwing an awesome Brick or Treat Monster Party! At the part, you and your family can be among the first to watch the brand new 4D LEGO Movie, 'The Great Monster Chase', view Halloween exhibits, join the Playmakers for games and giggles, and so much more!

Boo at the Zoo - Elmwood Park Zoo, Oct. 8 - Oct. 30

Bring your little ghouls and ghosts to the annual Halloween haunt, where the entire zoo is transformed for a kooky, spooky Halloween celebration! Come dressed in your most creative costume and march in our costume parade. Adults are encouraged to dress up too! Make sure you bring your trick-or-treat bag for the treat and activity stations set up throughout the zoo.


Haunted Lantern Tours & Mini Paranormal Investigation - Graeme Park, Oct. 21 & Oct. 28, 7 - 10:30 p.m.

Ask any Horsham resident about Graeme Park and they'll tell you it's haunted! Your Lantern Tour guide will take you through the shadowy rooms and halls and relate to you spooky personal experiences, tales of the hauntings that have been passed down to us, and the findings from our paranormal investigations. Tickets are required to attend.

Halloween Parade & Fall Festival - Floral & Hardy, Oct. 22, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Join the Skippack community for the annual Children's Halloween Party & Fall Festival! The parade begins at Trinity Christian UCC in Skippack and ends at Floral & Hardy for the Fall Festival. The Festival features a free concert, pumpkin painting, bubble play, a DIY succulent bar and more!


Halloween Parade - Conshohocken, Oct. 22, 4 p.m.

Dress up in your best Halloween costume and join the fun at Mary Wood Park. Registration is required prior to the start of the parade. Don't forget to dress up your pup too - prizes for best dressed will be handed out at the end of the parade.


Halloween Parade & Extravaganza - Ambler, Oct. 29, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Bring your ghost and goblins out for trick or treating and yummy treats all provided by participating Ambler businesses. The parade will begin at the Ambler Theater.

Witches of Narberth - Downtown Narberth, Oct. 29, 1 - 4 p.m.

Before our annual Halloween Parade and trick-or-treating begins, stop by for the Main Line's favorite tradition - Witches of Narberth! The event features a popular scavenger hunt, where children of all ages are invited to search high and low for thirteen of the witchiest witches around. Kids can collect prizes along the way. Make sure you find all thirteen witches to get a special Halloween prize at the end.


Malloween - King of Prussia Mall, Oct. 30, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Bring the family out to the King of Prussia Mall for a safe, family-friendly, Halloween celebration with a big purpose! This family-friendly community celebration will feature an enchanted trick-or-treating trail and much more! You can help the Pediatric Cancer Foundation scare away cancer by purchasing a special Halloween Treat Bag at the event.

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