Houston is one of the most happening places in Texas. From the skyscraper downtown to the world-class sporting events galore, you could almost claim to enjoy everything here. So, where do you get a dose of culture? Easy, trick-or-treat events!

The trick-or-treat events are a Houston tradition where candy is front and center. In addition to the treats and chocolates, there is plenty of music, entertainment, and fun. So, dive into our guide and do not miss these extra-fun trick-or-treat events in Houston this Halloween.

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800 Town and Country Boulevard, Houston TX, 77024
Go trick-or-treating with your kids on October 30 from 2 to 5 PM, thanks at City Centre. It is hosting its 10th trick-or-treat BYOB (Bring Your Own Bucket/Bag) event with the British International School of Houston.
When you are done hunting for candy, hang out on the plaza with DJ Dave, Life Time Athletic, and the Real Witch Wives of Houston for fun events and dancing.
You can keep the celebration going by watching Transylvania, a family-friendly Halloween film, in Fireside at Moran City Centre at 5:30!
Children's Museum of Houston
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1500 Binz Street, Houston TX, 77004
Looking for some sweet and savory fun? All ghosts and goblins are welcome to the Children's Museum Houston with their buckets and costumes to participate in trick-or-treating. Their Halloween Monster Mayhem includes pine-tingling experiments, spirit-lifting interactive activities, and slime-filled fun.
The spooktacular fun began on October 11 and will continue till October 29. The timings of the event are 4 to 6 PM on Tuesday to Friday, 4 to 8 PM on Thursdays, and all day on Saturday.
Unity of Houston - Wallet Hall
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2929 Unity Drive, Houston TX, 77057
Attend the YFM Trunk-or-Treat Halloween party, where cars get turned into trunks so that the kids can safely and amusingly collect their treats going from car to car. Unity children and Pilgrim Academy children are heartily invited to this Community Service event where they may dress up and trick-or-treat for a spooky fun time!
The event is on October 29 from 5 to 7 PM. You can also volunteer at the event or give your decorated car.