Wichita is jam-packed with kid-friendly fun this fall – get those calendars ready! For more family fun this autumn, don’t forget to check out our Ultimate Guide to Fall Fun & Halloween Events in Wichita!
Location: Bradley Fair, 2000 N. Rock Road
Autumn & Art is free and open to the public. Art lovers will have the opportunity to shop for art and grab a bite to eat and drink from booths representing local restaurants and bars. This 13th annual event is happening September 16–18, 2022, from 6–9 PM Friday, 10 AM – 7 PM Saturday, and 10 AM – 5 PM Sunday.
Sept. 24th, 5:30-11pm
Location: Botanica, 701 Amidon
Join Botanica for fall fun – a fun run, cornhole and cooking competitions, clowns and a concert!
October 1st, Noon
Location: Douglas and St Francis
This new outdoor fall movie series showcases a different fall-themed flick on the Bradley Fair Plaza the first three Fridays of the month in anticipation of Halloween.
Join us on The Plaza before each movie for face painting, character appearances, crafts, snacks, pumpkin patch photo ops and more. These activities will begin at 6 p.m. with the following movies airing at sunset, weather permitting.
- Friday, October 7: Hotel Transylvania
- Friday, October 14: Coco
- Friday, October 21: Hocus Pocus
Tickets can be reserved online on the Bradley Fair website.
Saturdays in October, 6-10:30pm
Location: Tanganyika Wildlife Park, 1000 S. Hawkins Lane, Goddard
Oct 8th, 3-7pm
Location: Capitol Federal Amphitheater, Andover
Family Jam Fest is a family-friendly, mini music festival for families with young children. We have clowns/entertainers, musical acts, food trucks, and booths for local businesses and vendors with Koo Koo Kanga Roo as the closing act. Our goal is to raise awareness about the importance of quality early care and education for all children.
Location: 9 Argon Drive, Goddard, KS
The Goddard Fall Festival is an annual event held the first weekend in October and includes a carnival, games, vendors, great food and entertainment for all ages. The carnival and some games open Friday evening in Linear Park. The main events kick off with a parade Saturday morning along Main Street where most activities take place. The festival has been a long standing tradition of “festive fun” for the community. We hope you will join us for this year’s festival “The Roarin’ 20’s!.”
October 22nd, 3:30pm
Location: Stearman Field, 14789 SW 30th St, Benton
Lots of fun for the whole family. Costume Contest 3:30 p.m. Whitnie Means & band performing from 6:00 – 11:00 p.m.
October 22nd and 23rd
Location: Old Cowtown Museum, 1865 W. Museum Blvd.
There’s no place spookier than Cowtown during Halloween! A truly safe trick or treating family experience! The Headless Horseman rides the streets, zombie cowboys fight it out in an undead gunfight, ghosts haunt the historic houses, there’s dancing, and of course, the kids can get lots of candy! Admission is $5. Cowtown members and kids 4 and under get in FREE!
Location: Shocker Hall, 1845 Fairmount
As a Pumpkin Run participant you will receive a customized T-shirt and a finisher medal. Awards will be given to the top age group finishers and overall winners. Times will have to be verified prior to receiving an award. Run in costume for extra fun!
October 27th, 5-8pm
Location: Museum of World Treasures, 835 E. 1st
Location: McAdams Park, 1329 E 16th St N