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The home girl loves Halloween! Here is a list of my favorite things to do this year in San Antonio., along with a few tips for your added enjoyment.
Haunted Houses I was able to find 4 haunted houses that looked really good, and have provided links to their websites so you can get their hours, pricing and location.
13th Floor This one claims to be the longest and largest horror house in San Antonio, full of intense graphics and theatrics.
Ages 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult to enter. Please call (210) 338-0382
Nightmare on Grayson A San Antonio Classic! I was having my nails done yesterday with a lady who works there. She told me that they have been there 22 years and it is family friendly. I am most excited about Zombie Night, when you can dress like your favorite Zombie.
Terror Mansion **** 4 Star Rated SA Express News San Antonio's Scariest Haunted House
Ripley's Haunted Adventure I took Liby and Nikki (my grandkids) here when they were around 7 or 8 and they LOVED it. (They are pretty tough cookies) We got chased by a monster with a chain saw who turned out to be pretty nice. Nikki lost her flip flop while running and screaming in the dark and the monster handed the flip flop to her. It's a pleasantly creepy haunted house, but then it doesn't take much to scare me.
There is just too much information to share here, so click on the links below.
· Learn about vermicomposting with the Texas Red Worms’ worm bins.
· Participate in the BOO Fitness Challenge.
· “Amazing Butterfly” Photo Contest winners will be announced.
Kids will especially love the following activities:
· Costume parades at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
· Getting gooey with Schulz Nursery’s Gak slime.
· Face painting.
· Corn printing.
· Making wildflower seed balls.
The San Antonio Botanical Garden is located at 555 Funston at North New Braunfels Avenue with free parking. The Botanical Garden is operated under the auspices of the City of San Antonio Department of Parks & Recreation and is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. year round except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. For more information, the public can visit San Antonio Botanical Garden.
Train Rides and Halloween Show for the Family
Date(s): 10/29/2011 - 10/30/2011 Time: Sat and Sun 7 p.m. - 9.30 p.m.
Sunday, October 30 and
Monday, October 31, 2011
6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Join the Zoo for some “spook”tacularly scary fun at the 25th Annual Halloween event, Zoo Boo at YOUR San Antonio Zoo.
Zoo Boo is an exciting, safe, and non-scary Halloween event for families with children 12 years of age or younder held on the grounds of the San Antonio Zoo.
* This event can get REALLY crowded. Go early, plan to walk far from parking , you may want a flash light or reflective clothing to get to and from the zoo.
The San Antonio Ghost Tracks I've never actually done this, but I'm sure all my kids have, and it seems to be a popular urban legend. San Antonio has rumours of ghosts at the Alamo, the Menger, the Emily Morgan and even the Missions, but I must admit this one truly intrigues me. Maybe this Halloween I will check out a real ghost. Or, maybe I will be a Zombie at Nightmare on Grayson.
Do you have a favorite halloween haunt in South Texas? Suggestions for a fun fall activity? Please add a comment and keep it clean - Texas Home Girl runs a family friendly site :-)
I am Stephanie Kelley, Realtor® at Keller Williams Legacy, San Antonio, Texas. If you have questions about San Antonio real estate or just want to chat a bit about our wonderful Alamo City, please call me at or (210) 867-8743, or E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org Our experienced Realty Solutions Team is always ready to help you with your home buying or selling needs. Visit me at http://SanAntonioHomeQuest.com