The true scares and frights are listed in Detroit Haunted Attractions. This list contains trick-or-treating events in Metro Detroit sponsored by local cities and communities for Halloween.
When: Sunday afternoon, October 28th, 12 to 5 p.m.
Where: The Exhibit Museum of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
What: Kids can come in costume to a special Halloween event at the museum: Family Halloween Party. There will be treats and hands-on activities.
When: October 27th, 4 to 6 p.m.
Where: Downtown Ferndale
What: Ferndale celebrates all things Halloween with sweets for the sweet at participating stores.
When: October 31st, 3:30 to 4:45 p.m.
Where: The Village, Downtown Grosse Pointe
What: The Village hosts a Halloween Parade with trick or treating throughout the Village stores and free books.
Where: Throughout the Metro-Detroit area
What: Local theaters celebrate Halloween with spooky plays and classic horror films. Here are just a few.
When: October 27th, from 1 PM to 4 PM
Where: Macomb Place, Fountain State, Downtown Mt. Clemens
What: Mt. Clemens celebrates the season with a big party: The Halloween Spooktacular. The event includes trick or treating, a family-friendly haunted house, cider and donuts, a kids show, magic show, games and contests.
When: Evening of October 21st, 4:40 to 6:40 p.m.
Where: Mill Race Village, Northville
What: The Trick or Treat Trail at Mill Race Village allows kids to collect candy from the historic buildings of the village. Cost is $8 a child.
When: October 26th & 27th
Where:Fox Hills Golf & Banquet Center, Plymouth
What: The family Boo Bash includes dinner, a hayride, haunted basement, and trick-or-treating.
When: October 21st, Noon to 3:30 PM
Where: Downtown Plymouth
What: Extend the holiday by trick or treating in downtown Plymouth at the Pumpkin Palooza, where witches, goblins and ghosts alike collect treats from store to store. A line of scarecrows decorated by local community groups and a haunted alley help to set the mood.
When: October 21st, 2 to 4 p.m.
Where: Festival Park, The Village of Rochester Hills
What: The Village of Rochester Hills presents a variation on a theme with its Halloween event. In addition to trick or treating, the event includes pumpkin bowling, face painting, an obstacle course and a parade.
When: October 20th, 4 to 5 PM
Where: S. Main Street, Rochester
What: Rochester hosts a trick-or-treat event (with a costume parade following) among the stores in downtown Rochester.