5 October Events Happening in Downtown Mobile You Don’t Want to Miss

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There are always fun things to do in Mobile. It’s this time of year when the sun goes down and nights get cooler that Downtown Mobile comes alive! Family friendly, safe and exciting is what you can expect from these five events that are happening this October!

Haunted Ducks

The Duck Boat has been a staple in Mobile for years and this October they are putting a twist on their favorite ride. Haunted Ducks tour ride around The Fort of Colonial Mobile will take you back in time and tell the tales of pirates, vagabonds, miscreants, and soldiers. You could connect with those departed while they tell you their stories in the night. Even with this creepily attractive ride, it’s still fun and safe for families and children! Visit gulfcoastducks.com to get your tickets.

Spooky Walk

It’s during this season that everyone knows to watch out for Friday the 13th. This year the traditional LODA Art Walk falls on such a day. Downtown Mobile will be transformed into a Spooky Walk where costumes, food, arts, and craft will be in abundance!

Haunted Arena

Lazer Zone is presenting its 3rd Annual Haunted Laser Tag event at Lazer Zone Mobile. Getting your scare on is easy with live actors, spooky decorations, and eerie lighting. All laser tag games will be held in the Haunted Arena. They have two nights of creepy fun on October 12th and 13th. Pizza, bumper cars, and loads of fun await you!

Woofstock

Everyone gets to dress up for Halloween in October, even man’s best friend! Woofstock is celebrating its 13th year in Bienville Square on October 22nd. Dress up your pup in the best outfit for a canine costume contest. If you have a wiener dog you could sign up for the annual wiener dog race! There will also be a kid’s zone, food, and music. Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for kids. This fun event benefits the Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF).

Boo! At Bellingrath

The enchanting gardens at Bellingrath will be decked out in Halloween decor.  Bring your dressed up goblins and family to the gardens to enjoy a magic show, inflatables, and treats! Kids will be able to trick or treat across different vendor tents while the adults can enjoy the food trucks and live music. The views will be spooktacular, so get your tickets at Bellingrath.org before October 27th!

For an intimate meal in one of the Port City’s longest-running restaurants in Downtown Mobile, make a reservation to Noja. We have both indoor and outdoor seating in a secluded area just steps off Dauphin Street in LODA at 6 N. Jackson Street. To reserve a table, call 251-433-0377. Learn more about our cuisine and offerings at www.nojamobile.com or on our Facebook page.

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