Halloween in Lubbock: Spooky Things To Do

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Halloween in Lubbock has a lot to offer when it comes to spooky season. Ever wonder what a spooky season in the Great Plains looks like? From Halloween crafts to dressing up in costumes for endless treats to a nightlife attraction on 19th street, Lubbock is sure to satisfy your sugary needs and cause your heart to skip a beat this spooky season.

So, grab your costume and get ready! Here are just a few ways you can make this 2021 Halloween a time in Lubbock you will not forget.

Halloween in Lubbock Parties

Halloween Melt and Pour Soap Making Virtual Workshop

Are you interested in getting creative? This event is sure to put your creative skills to the test.

Join this virtual event Thursday, October 28th at 7 PM. No chemicals are involved, and the event is safe for kids. You and your family can make a gift for a friend or start your own business!

The cost is $55 per participant to receive your kit, and RSVP is required. The DIY kit includes pre-measured ingredients and silicone molds. Some at-home needed appliances include the microwave and a small paintbrush.

Register for the event today and find out more information here.

Halloween Skate Jam

Calling all skaters, this one is for you!

Join Stubb’s Skater Park on October 22nd at 6 PM for an evening full of games, costume contests, and door prizes. The event is free and safe for the whole family. Who would want to miss out on this event, especially if they are a skater?

Not a skater? No problem! The event holds a trunk or treat where one can dress up and collect lots of tasty treats.

Find out more about the Halloween Skate Jam here.

Haunted Houses & More Halloween in Lubbock, TX

At’l Do Farms

Are you looking for something for the whole family? Lubbock is home to one of the largest mazes in Texas. Outside the city, explore At’l Do Farms for a Halloween in Lubbock adventure!

The maze design changes every season. This Halloween, for 2021, the layout follows a “Dirt to Soil” theme with a cow, a pumpkin, a chicken, a sunflower, and a hand holding up a plant with roots flowing down. The phrase “Dirt to Soil” is stated beneath the hand holding up the plant.

Not only is there a maze, but there are a plethora of fall events and activities to help create a time you and your and family are sure to enjoy!

In short, discover fall attractions, including the Corn Cannon, the Cow Train, the Hayride to the pumpkin patch, the barnyard, and much more.

Buy your tickets online and learn more about the maze here.

Nightmare on 19th

Looking to sign up this 2021 Halloween year for a spooky Halloween party in the city that is sure to make your blood run cold?

Lubbock is hosting another year of haunted nights, full of haunted houses, horrific outfits, and events and attractions are known as Nightmare on 19th for a reason.

There, one can find terrifying haunted houses you and your friends can walk through, along with jump scares and Halloween attractions and activities such as Blood Moon Manor, Karn Evil, Krampus 3D, and so much more.

The attraction is held from 7:30 PM to 11 PM Friday and Saturday, and 7:30 PM to 10 PM Sunday through Thursday.

To find out more news and purchase your tickets, visit here.

Adventure Park

In addition to the Lubbock favorite, Nightmare of 19th, visit a haunted house at Adventure Park.

With its haunted trails and fall fest, one is sure to top off this 2021 Halloween at the park. From zip lines to bumper boats to rock climbing, join the park this season for some added on spooky fun!

For more information about the outings, visit here.

English Newsom Cellars

Another house you can visit this spooky season is English Newsom Cellars.

The cellars are hosting a Halloween Haunted Cellars special, along with True Crime and Wine, where one can enjoy a glass of their favorite while listening to host Brandy Diamond reveal some crime.

Not interested? Come down to the cellars for some wine and bingo, or some live music. Do not forget about the grape stomp or the Harvest Moon dinner. English Newsom Cellars is sure to keep your scare this Halloween season.

For more information, look through the webpage here.

More Halloween in and Around Lubbock

The Blackness Haunted House

Lastly, though outside of the Lubbock area, one will find The Blackness Haunted House in Plainview, TX.

Tickets for the houses are $10 each, $5 for the maze, and $3 for oddities. Visit the area for a real scare or sign up to volunteer and scare others. Volunteers must be at least 16 or older.

So if you and your friends are in the Plainview area, stop by The Blackness Haunted House; you will not be disappointed!

With many events to attend, Lubbock is sure to fulfill this year’s Halloween. So, whatever you are going to be this year, whether a pumpkin or a zombie pirate, get ready! This year is going to be a real scare!

For more fun Halloween in Lubbock activities, check out our Haunted Places in Lubbock.

Story by Kenaya Anderson

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