Halloween is almost here! It’s time to get out the costumes and candy, Birmingham. Wondering what to do if you have a little one that’s not quite ready to trick or treat just yet? Check out the options below.
Pick and pose at the pumpkin patch
Have you gotten a pumpkin for your pumpkin? Do you need that perfect fall photo? Check out this list of seven pumpkin patches around Birmingham where you and the fam can enjoy fun fall activities. Admission prices vary.
Boo at the Zoo
Head over to the Birmingham Zoo from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. until October 31 to check out some spooky attractions! Kids of all ages are welcome to this annual event. Your tot can meet super heroes, listen to stories and visit some animals!
Boo at the Zoo ticket and event information can be found here.
Learn at the lib
The library has tons of events for littles. The best part? They’re free. A full listing of events can be found here.
The Avondale Library’s Tot Time on October 28 is dedicated to Halloween stories. This story time is specifically for 2 to 4 year olds. Again Tot Time is free, but advance registration is required.
More info about Tot Time can be found here.
The Homewood Library is also hosting their Preschool Playtime on October 31 for birth to pre-k. More info can be found here.
Party at the parade
Mystics of Mountain Brook is having their annual Halloween parade at 4:00 p.m. in Crestline Village on October 31. Well in advance of bedtime, your little can dress up, enjoy the parade, then go home and crash!
What are you planning for Halloween this year? Did we miss any tot-friendly Halloween activities? Let us know @BhamNow.