The Best Events in Hawai‘i Where You Can Go Trick-or-Treating With Your Family

Have a safe Halloween at these trick-or-treating locations around O‘ahu.
Photo: Courtesy of the Hilton Hawaiian Village 

 

Bewitching Halloween

Saturday, October 24

Keiki 12 and younger can participate in a costume contest and win prizes in different categories: best homemade costume, cutest, scariest. Participating merchants will give out treats for those trick-or-treating at the center. Keiki can also make Halloween crafts and play different games.

Free, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Salt Lake Shopping Center, 848 Ala Liliko‘i St., 735-8822, saltlakeshoppingcenter.com

 

Monster Mash Pumpkin Palooza

October 30 through November 1

Hilton Hawaiian Village is offering its hotel guests and their families a whole Halloween weekend filled with activities. There will be a a pumpkin carving contest, a special Halloween menu for kids at Tropics Bar & Grill, fireworks, a movie night, a Halloween party and trick-or-treating. In addition, Mandara Spa is offering different Halloween treatments, including a pumpkin-infused mud wrap for the adults and Halloween-color manicures and pedicures for teens and kids.

Open to hotel guests and their families, Hilton Hawaiian Village, 2005 Kālia Road, 949-4321, hiltonhawaiianvillage.com

 

Sea Life Park Halloween Festival

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31

Make a splash this Halloween at Sea Life Park. Keiki can trick-or-treat throughout the park and enter the costume contest. There will be a special Dophin Lagoon Show and a showing of the film ParaNorman in the Makapu‘u Meadows.

$10.31 admission, $5 parking with $3 discount if drivers are dressed in costume, 2 to 8:30 p.m., Sea Life Park, 41-202 Kalaniana‘ole Highway, Waimānalo, 253-2500, sealifeparkhawaii.com

 

Happy Howl-ween

Saturday, October 31

Get an early start on Halloween fun at Mililani Shopping Center. Keiki and family can trick-or-treat around the center. Plus, enjoy special in-store specials at participating places. All ages are welcome to enter the costume contest. The categories are cutest, most creative and scariest. Winners will be selected for each age group: 8 years and younger, 9–12 years, and 13 years and older. Pets are welcome to enter their own costume contest, too.

Free, 3 to 5 p.m., Mililani Shopping Center, 95-221 Kīpapa Drive, Mililani, 521-2611, mililanishoppingcenter.com

 

Trick-or-Treat at Kapolei Marketplace

Saturday, October 31

Participating shops and restaurants will give out treats for keiki who come trick-or-treating with their parents at Kapolei Marketplace.

Free, 5 to 7 p.m., Kapolei Marketplace, 590 Farrington Highway, Kapolei, 220-8109, shopkapolei.com

 

Trick-or-Treat at Koko Marina Center

Saturday, October 31

Keiki are welcome to a fun evening trick-or-treating their way through the different merchants at Koko Marina Center. Just look for the signs that indicate participating stores.

Free, 5 to 7 p.m., Koko Marina Center, 7192 Kalaniana‘ole Highway, kokomarinacenter.com

 

Trick-or-Treat at Hawai‘i Convention Center

Saturday, October 31

The Hawai‘i Convention Center’s monthly Sunset Mele on the Rooftop coincides with a family-fun Halloween theme. Trick-or-treat, enter the costume contest and experience the haunted house. Food can be purchased onsite and there will be live entertainment. A screening of the film Maleficent will cap off the evening.

Free, 5 to 9 p.m., Hawai‘i Convention Center, 1801 Kalākaua Ave., 943-3025, hawaiiconvention.com

 

Trick-or-Treat at Assets High School

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31

Trick or Treat Hawai‘i, hosted by Refresh Ministries, is hosting this event at Assets School’s high school campus (formerly The Academy of the Pacific). Families are welcome to trick-or-treat at 40 different candy stations. Plus, families can visit different game stations and play games, snap photos in a photo booth and hydrate at the refreshment station. Families can park at Ma‘ema‘e Elementary School (319 Wyllie St.) and take a free shuttle service up to Assets School.

Free, 6:30 to 9 p.m., Assets High School, 913 Alewa Drive, trickortreathawaii.com

 

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