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Even though the majority of us are too old for trick-or-treating, people of all ages still enjoy celebrating Halloween. From creepy costumes to scary seasonal decorations, pumpkin-carving, tempting Autumn treats and sweets, there are plenty of festive, fun Halloween happenings to enjoy in College Station and nearby Bryan. Let's get started checking out some of these All Hallow's Eve themed events.
Need a new profile pic to brighten up your social media status? Stop by one of the Pumpkin Patches in both Bryan and College Station that benefit the Habit for Humanity charitable communities. These patches are open throughout the month of October to pick out that perfect pumpkin for carving and decorating along with many excellent photo ops available to visitors.
Another popular Halloween destination, the Texas A&M Agronomy Society is proud to present their annual Corn Maze configuration to puzzle and amaze autumn visitors. Bring along your friends to be challenged at this five-acre trek through a giant cornfield at this attraction that changes paths annually.
Another tried and true tradition for Halloween is tripping through a haunted house meant to scare the pants off visitors. Tighten up your belt for the 7th Annual Fright Nights at the Palace Theater in downtown Bryan starting October 20th. Designers deliver a new theme annually with Walking Dead and American Horror Story figures featured in the past.
For Halloween purists, in addition to the traditional passing out of candy, Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek brings out plenty of All Hallow's Eve favorites. Held on Friday, October 25th from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m., this city-sponsored event features candy booths, carnival games, face painting, live entertainment, a costume contest, and more.
If you're in the market for a new apartment this fall season, contact us to reserve a tour of the luxurious spaces available at Rise of Northgate just steps from the Texas A&M campus.