HONOLULU Family’s Ultimate Guide: Where to Trick-or-Treat for Halloween on Oʻahu
Where to find treats (no tricks) Halloween weekend.
Saturday, Oct. 30
Halloween at HoMA
Saturday, Oct. 30, 5–8 p.m.
Trick-or-treat around and make crafts at DIY treat bag stations at the Honolulu Museum of Art. Activities are included with the price of admission.
Sunday, October 31
(in alphabetical order)
Hale‘iwa Store Lots
Look for trick-or-treat signs at merchants. Take a photo of your child at the center and post it with @haleiwastorelots to enter the costume contest and win a gift card.
66-111 Kamehameha Highway, Hale‘iwa, haleiwastorelots.com
Hawaiʻi Kai Towne Center
Look for signs at participating merchants. Post a photo of your keiki in costume at the center and post it with @hawaiikaitownecenter by 11:59 p.m. Halloween night for a chance to win a gift card.
333 Keahole St., hawaiikaitownecenter.com
International Market Place
Look for orange and black balloons to find stores participating in this free event. Make sure to stop by the Treehouse on the second level for a free goodie bag, one per keiki.
2330 Kalākaua Ave., shopinternationalmarketplace.com
Koko Marina Center
Look for the trick-or-treat posters for participating tenants or see the full list on the center’s website.
7192 Kalaniana‘ole Highway, kokomarinacenter.com
Pearl City Foundation
This drive-thru trick-or-treat will be at the Momilani Community Center. Families must stay in their cars.
715 Ho‘omoana St., Pearl City, pearlcityfoundation.org
Salt at Our Kaka‘ako
Sunday, Oct. 31, 1–4 p.m.
Get treats at participating merchants and take a photo in the center and post it with @saltourkakaako to enter the virtual costume contest. One winner for best keiki costume and one for best pet costume will each receive a prize worth $100.
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