Halloween Terror, What to do in Malaga?
On the 31st of October the terrifying Halloween night arrives in our city. Do you know what you are going to do? Halloween in Malaga is celebrated with a lot of events and activities that you can sign up for.
If you haven’t decided what to do yet, we propose interesting activities for both adults and children. Get ready to survive the terror of Halloween in Malaga.
The most terrifying night of the year comes Halloween night, we hope you survive, we do not want to run out of readers.
What do you mean, you still don’t know what to disguise yourself as? You can take a look at the best Halloween costume ideas.
Because of the amount of events I’m going to provide a little help as an index:
Malaga and surroundings
- Botanical Garden
- English Cemetery
- Amusement Parks
- Shopping Centres
- Centre of Málaga
- Port of Málaga
Halloween at the Botanical Gardens – Historic of the Conception (to be confirmed)
If you want to make a visit to the botanical garden, maybe a good time would be the night of October 31st. A special night in which you can make a night visit full of terrifying beings from beyond that await you in the darkest shadows of the garden, waiting to give you a good scare.
You are encouraged to come in disguise to visit the botanical garden. You still don’t have a disguise? Here we analyze the best costumes for Halloween, take a look.
The visits start at 20:00 hours and last one hour and twenty minutes, with departures every half hour according to demand until 21:30 hours. The first two outings are recommended for families and the last two for adults.
Visitors can also participate in a Halloween costume contest.
The prices for other years have been between 18€ for adults and 15€ for children under 16 and members.
To reserve your ticket or to find out, just call 951 92 61 80 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, the official website does not have information about this event.
Fear Night at the English Cemetery
Not suitable for the heart, this mysterious place known as the English Cemetery opens its doors for anyone who wants to venture into the night and discover some of the characters brought from the darkest corners of the ultra-world and scattered around the cemetery waiting for some incautious person to approach them.
This year 2019 brings us the “Great Halloween Game” with activities to make the history of the cemetery known to both children and adults. It is necessary to register for teams of 4 to 6 people.
There are three sessions, at 19.30, 21.30 and 22.30.
Price: 25€ per team
Friday 27th and Tuesday 31st October : From 19:30 to 23:30
Calendar of events here: https://cementerioinglesmalaga.org/cementerio/calendario-de-eventos/
Halloween pumpkinHalloween with kids
Kids love Halloween, dressing up is an activity they feel comfortable with all year round without the need for it to be a special day.
When this day comes they are looking forward to going out and enjoying costumes. An evening of activities or home visits looking for candy with the typical trick or treat.
Where to celebrate halloween with the family?
If you are with the family on Halloween night in Malaga you may be interested in one of the many family events:
In Amusement Parks
A attractions such as Selwo Marina in Benalmádena, bioparc in Fuengirola and Selwo Aventura in Estepona offered other years terrifying animal habits such as tarantulas, snakes, piranhas, poisonous frogs or bats. They also offer free admission for children between the ages of 3 and 9 in costume.
Teleférico de Benalmádena has special decoration at both ends of the route, if you want to enjoy a good view during these days. Children between the ages of 3 and 10 in disguise will be able to enjoy free admission.
Sea Life in Benalmádena usually offers workshops, crafts and other creepy activities for children from 21 October to 2 November. Children in disguise also have free admission from 10am to 5.40pm.
Bioparc Fuengirola offers free admission to children between the ages of 3 and 9 who are disguised. There will also be a Halloween gymkhana from 11 to 14.00 hours with tests and enigmas on November 1. To win in the draws you must pay attention to the tracks and have knowledge about nature.
Tivoli World will also feature a themed party, all set between sets adapted to this special night as well as the attraction called ‘The Mansion of Terror’. The last two weekends of October there will be animation for the youngest and if you come in disguise the entrance is free.
In shopping centers (Pending)
The Rosaleda shopping centre organises the workshop “Halloween Ghosts” and two puppet shows called “La bruja, el mago y el trasgo” (The witch, the magician and the goblin) and “El hechizo” (The spell). The workshop is open from 18:00 to 20:00 on Friday 26 and Saturday 27, admission is free. Puppet shows are on Saturday 20 from 18:00 to 18:40 and from 19:00 to 19:40 hours. (map)
Málaga Plaza also organises several halloween events at the end of October. On Friday 26 and Saturday 27 there will be a special makeup workshop at 18:00 hours. On Wednesday 31 a sweets workshop at 18:00 hours and an English workshop at 20:00 hours for the youngest special Halloween. (map)
Corte Inglés de Bahía Málaga (2nd Floor, map) carries out make-up workshops for halloween, wounds and the creation of badges free of charge. On 26th and 27th October between 17.15 and 19.30. On 31 October, children will be able to enjoy storytelling from 18 to 19 hours. To register call 952 909 987.
Malaga Nostrum has dawned full of living dead, if you find them between 26 and 31 October and take a picture with them will enter the draw for a voucher of 100 € in purchases. To enter the draw you must upload the photo to Instagram with the Hashtag #MÁLAGANOSTRUMDEMIEDO. (map)