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Spooky Days and Nooga Nights

Halloween means costumes and candy! If you choose to dress up and go door to door in the traditional Halloween way, or you decide to attend a trunk or treat event, be sure you stay safe and have fun!

Pooh Bear & Two Cheerleaders

These three are ready for some spooky fun!

Chattanooga is full of things to do on Halloween and during the two weekends before – that’s this weekend and next weekend, just in case you don’t have a calendar handy!

If you don’t have plans yet, take a look at some of these unusual, but fun, things to do. All of these events are kid-friendly, but would be fun without the little ones, too:

Ride the Eerie Express:

http://tvrail.com/pages/eerie-express

Take a Ghost Tour:

http://www.chattanoogaghosttours.com

Visit Lake Winnepespookah:

http://www.lakewinnie.com

Take a trip through a Haunted Cavern – “where no one can hear you scream.”  (Note: This is the only activity on the list that could be difficult for sensitive little ones. Also, they do use a smoke machine, and it is a cave, so if you have someone with asthma, be aware!)

http://www.hauntedcavern.com

Take the kids and say “Boo!” in the zoo:

http://www.chattzoo.org

Laugh and scream at some pumpkins at the Nature Center:

http://www.chattanooganaturecenter.org/www/docs/100.25/festival-jack-o-lanterns.html

Do some shopping at the Haunted Market:

http://chattanoogamarket.com/event/the-haunted-market/

Meet some underwater spooks at the aquarium during Thrills, Gills, and Chills:

http://www.tnaqua.org/thrillsgillschills.aspx