Top 11 Things to Do this Week & Weekend, in Houston, with Kids – October 8-14, 2018
Make plans for another great week in Houston, with kids! Here are the top things to do for Monday through Sunday, October 8-14, 2018.
You can also find the full list of events HERE!
1. Tuesday through Sunday, go on a trick-or-treat monster hunt at Halloween Mayhem at the Children’s Museum.
2. On Tuesday, go to Discovery Green for Toddler Tuesday: Jazz Baby . Enjoy the story and stay to play!
3. On Wednesday, play Children’s BINGO at Levy Park.
4. On Thursday, enjoy the Free Museum Day in the museum district.
5. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, go to Zoo Boo at the Houston Zoo! There is a Pumpkin Patch (with tiny pumpkins), the Monster Mural, candy treats. Go on Friday morning to beat the crowds.
6. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, play at the farm and pick out a pumpkin at Blessington Farms. Climb up dirt hills, slide down hillsides, feed the animals, zip across zip lines and more!
7. On Saturday, watch Curious George: The Golden Meatball at Main Street Theater. If you can’t get tickets for this weekend, plan ahead to see everyone’s favorite curious little monkey and his friend in the yellow hat.
8. On Saturday, go to Oktoberfest at First Evangelical Lutheran Church Midtown. Admission wristband gets you unlimited access to games, bouncy houses, and activities. It also includes one plate of food and 1 drink (while supplies last).
9. On Saturday, go to the KBR Kids Day at Guadalupe Plaza Park where there will entertainment, face painters, balloon artists, birds of prey and a Halloween Costume Parade.
10. On Saturday, take your young ladies (10-17 years old) to the Girls in Aviation Day at Lone Star Flight Museum. Pre-registration is required.
11. On Saturday and Sunday, take your young artists to the Bayou City Art Festival by City Hall. The two-day festival showcases the work of 300 artists from around the world. It is a fun and interactive outdoor fine art festival for people of all ages featuring performances at the City Hall Entertainment Tent and throughout the festival, and a Children’s Creative Zone with art crafts hosted by the festival’s nonprofits. Guests are encouraged to get creative and wear Halloween costumes.