By keeping current with the calendar of fall family events in Houston, you can schedule your time wisely so the whole family can get out and enjoy some quality time together. Participate in some fun activities with your kids and enjoy entertaining family events by checking out some of these family activities in Houston in fall 2012.
From now until December 23, you can go on a 90-minute ghost tour through homes in the historic Heights district. Hear spine-tingling ghost stories that date back centuries and hear what the neighbors are still saying about eerie activities in and around the homes. Admission to this family event in Houston is $15 for children and seniors, $20 for adults.
Constantine Maroulis, a star during the fourth season of American Idoland a Tony Award nominee in 2009, brings new life to this classic musical about good and evil. The show thrilled and chilled audiences for four years on Broadway and during multiple worldwide tours. Now it returns to Houston’s Theatre Under The Stars to wow audiences with numbers like “This is the Moment” and “Someone Like You.” The family event runs October 9-21. Tickets start at $24.
Multiple family events in Houston take place at the Nature Discovery Center this fall. Among them: the Pumpkin Patch Fall Festival on Saturday and Sunday, October 20-21 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sign up for the family activities in Houston that fit into your busy schedule. Admission into these family events is free.
At just $8 per ticket, you and your children can enjoy some scary fun at the Children’s Museum events in Houston from October 13-31 starting at 3:30 p.m. daily. Trick-or-Treat from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., wander through the pumpkin patch and have fun participating in other Halloween-themed activities. Exhibits throughout the museum are transformed for the holiday and children are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes to add to the fun.
You’ve heard of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels – now see them in person at Ellington Airport October 27 and 28! Other aircrafts will also be flying and on display for guests to enjoy at this family event in Houston. Go on motion simulator rides, travel back in time as you tour WWII military vehicles, and take your young ones to the Kid’s Carnival section where games, face painting, inflatables and a climbing wall provide hours of entertainment.
This is just a peek at the many family events in Houston available this fall. Help your family afford to visit more events in Houston by saving in other areas, such as on your electric bill. Visit our website today to learn more.
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