Halloween in New Orleans is in full swing. Events, parties, trunk or treats, pumpkins and so much more. One of the best Halloween events in New Orleans is trick or treating at all the local area malls. Each mall has their own events where kids can trick or treat around the mall and participate in fun activities. Best of all these events are FREE. Here are a list of the mall trick or treats in New Orleans. Sponsored by AmyCherie Photography. 

Shivers at Canal Place

October 27 from 11am-1pm at Canal Place. Costume contest, trick or treating, crafts, face painting and more.

Boo Dat at the Riverwalk

October 27 from 12-3pm at the Riverwalk. Trick or treating, coloring station, face painting and fun.

Malloween Spooktacular

October 30 from 6-9pm at The Esplanade in Kenner. Games, trick or treating, glow party, face painting, costume contest and more.

Boo at the View

October 31 from 2-6pm at Clearview Shopping Center in Metairie. Dance party, trick or treating, face painting, and fun. There will also be a sensory pumpkin play patch for ages 3 and under.

Malloween at Lakeside

October 31 from 4-6pm at Lakeside Shopping Center in Metairie. 

 

Did we miss any Mall Trick or Treats In New Orleans? Let us know in the comments. And if you are looking for more Halloween fun check out the following posts:

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