Houston Happenings: Oct. 28 – 31

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HOUSTON — Got plans this weekend? Check out these Houston Happenings.

Halloween Monster Mayhem
A spook-tacular event for all of your little ghouls and goblins at the Children's Museum of Houston. Take them out to their Halloween "Monster Mayhem this weekend.

There will be a trick or treat monster hunt and black widow spider puppet show plus so much more. The family fun spine-tingling experience has tons of surprises along the way.

Door open at 10 am the first event kicks off at 1 pm. Tickets are 12 dollars.

Dungeon of Doom
For the older kids and adults come take a stroll through the dark side at the Dungeon of Doom haunted house. The walk of death is happening at the Kemah Boardwalk all weekend and of course Halloween night!

So show up or be doomed.

Tickets range from $15 to $34.

All Hallows Eve
If you're the festival type we have a frightening one for you! The All Hallows Eve at the Texas Renaissance Festival.

Scare up some friends for this Saturday and Sunday. Give those kiddos one more reason to wear those costumes and go trick or treating through the village.

Saturday tickets range from $15 to $30. Sunday kids 12 and under are free.

Zoo Boo
One of the best events the Houston zoo has to offer is back! The Zoo Boo!

There are Halloween activities for almost everything! Checkout the pumpkin patch, candy corners, monster masquerade and much more! The event is happening the entire weekend and on Halloween day.

Tickets range from $13 to $17.

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