Halloween Round Up

Experience all of Downtown’s most exciting events of the season. If you’re in the Halloween spirit, check out ZooBoo at the Indianapolis Zoo, Monster MASKarade at The Children’s Museum, Monster Mash on Mass Ave and the Colts Drive-Thru Halloween Celebration. See some fall favorites at Harvest at Newfields and Rowdie’s Pumpkin Patch at Victory Field. Or for an experience unlike any other, visit the Day of the Dead at the Eiteljorg Museum. 

Rowdie’s Pumpkin Patch

One of the Indianapolis Indians’ best offseason traditions returns from 12 - 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24. After a long summer without baseball, Rowdie has been hard at work to deliver another treat to fans – Rowdie’s Pumpkin Patch. With 1,000 pumpkins spread across the outfield and a full slate of Halloween festivities on tap, bring your family and friends to enjoy the fall season at Victory Field. Timed tickets are available for $5.  


Want to experience all of your favorite parts of fall in one place? Harvest at Newfields has everything you’ll need.

Choose from two unique experiences. During the days, enjoy beautiful decorations throughout the gardens of the campus while trying food and drinks from local vendors. At night, wander the grounds and see thousands of glowing pumpkins for a spooky experience.

Harvest takes place Tuesday through Sunday until Oct. 25. Tickets for Harvest Days are free with admission and timed tickets for Harvest Nights are $13-$25.


Colt's Drive-Thru Halloween Celebration

Get into the Halloween spirit without even leaving your car. The Colts will host a Drive -Thru Halloween Celebration outside Lucas Oil Stadium on Oct. 28.  

The event will be from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and is free to all, but there is only a limited number of spots so ,make sure to register early. At the event, participants will receive candy and a pumpkin stress ball as well as have the opportunity to win exclusive giveaways and get a photo with colts mascot Blue. 


Attend a Halloween classic this fall at the Indianapolis Zoo.  Every Wednesday through Sunday in October starting at 2 p.m., the zoo will once again be hosting their annual ZooBoo experience.

Festivities include trick or treating, mazes, a Merry-Go- Round and train rides full of sights at the Zoo you can’t see from anywhere else. Head to Pumpkin Town for science experiment demonstrations for the little ones. Adults can check out the special Trick or Treating trail on Friday and Saturday nights from 5 - 8 p.m. ZooBoo is included with regular Zoo admission.

Monster Mash

Visit one of Downtown’s most beloved areas for trick-or-treating. Mass Ave is hosting Monster Mash where merchants will be passing out candy to little ones in costumes.

This event is Sunday, Oct. 25 from 4-6 p.m. and is free for everyone. Stay for dinner and try one of Mass Ave’s unique restaurants while you’re there.

Day of the Dead

Looking for a fun Halloween event that you can participate in from the comfort of your home? From Oct. 28 - Nov. 2, take part in the Virtual Día de Muertos, or Day of the Dead experience hosted by the Eiteljorg Museum.

Learn about both local and international traditions through this online event. The event is 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will showcase several acts that you won’t be able to see anywhere else.