The amusement park’s annual free fall festival — which begins this Saturday, September 26, and lasts through Sunday, November 1 — will feature story telling, pumpkin picking, balloon art, crafts, s’mores, doggie costume parades, karaoke, and more.
“Halloween Harvest is going to be spectacular this fall,” said Alberto Zamperla, President of Zamperla Group and operator of Luna Park. “Luna Park may be all about the summer, but we also embrace the beautiful autumn weekends and provide wonderful and diverse entertainment and attractions for families to enjoy.”
Luna Park itself — which opens at noon every Saturday and Sunday — will be decked with Halloween and autumn-themed decorations all month long, and all the thrilling rides and food vendors will be open for business as usual during fall weekends.
Here is a schedule of just a few of the family-friendly activities going on at the amusement park this season:
Grandma’s Pumpkin Patch Opens, Saturday, September 26 – Pick out a pumpkin or two for $5 each and decorate the gourds at a pumpkin painting station. Kids and adults alike can guess the weight of “Jack the Giant Pumpkin” for a chance to win up to $1,000 in prizes and partake in pumpkin carving competitions.
Dog Parade and Costume Contest , Sunday, October 11 – Participants can bring their dogs in costume and stroll the catwalk. The winning pooch will get a bag of goodies and his or her human gets $100 in prizes.
Magician Joe Holiday, Saturday, October 24 – Three 30-minute comedy magic shows with both children and parents.
King Henry Magician Clown, Saturday, October 31 – Three 30-minute comedy magic shows featuring close-up magic and larger illusions.
For a complete schedule of Halloween Harvest events and activities or for park hours, go Luna Park’s website.