Fall & Halloween Events for Teens & Adults in Wichita 2022


Halloween isn’t just for kids – leave the little ones at home and indulge in some spooky grown-up fun! For more family fun this autumn, don’t forget to check out our Ultimate Guide to Fall & Halloween Events in Wichita!

Tallgrass Film Festival

Orpheum Theatre {200 N. Broadway}
Sept 28th-Oct 1st
Tickets: $25-$200

Join us in downtown Wichita for the 20th Annual Tallgrass Film Festival.

Boos and Brews

Old Cowtown Museum {1865 W. Museum Blvd}
Sept 30th, 7pm

Come out to Cowtown for a night of ghosts, fun and brews. Food for sale from The Bomb BBQ, and a great selection of beers to buy from Central Standard Brewing. Wichita Paranormal Research Society (WPRS) will be on hand giving ghost tours throughout the town! Plus, catch a Victorian seance and try your hand at investigating for ghosts! Cost is just $15/person, 18 to enter, 21 to drink. Cowtown members get in free!

ICT Bloktoberfest

Historic Union Station {701 E. Douglas}
October 7-8th

One of Wichita’s biggest celebrations! A local block party with traditional Oktoberfest flair. FREE TO ATTEND. It’s a party for EVERYONE! Free event grounds admission, with plenty to see and do. Tickets are required for BEER FEST

22nd Annual Great Plains Renaissance & Scottish Festival

Sedgwick County Park {6501 W. 21st St}
October 8-9th
Tickets: $14

Come one, come all to the 22nd Annual Fall Great Plains Renaissance and Scottish Festival! Wichita’s long standing fall tradition returns October 8th and 9th, 2022 in Sedgwick County Park. Aye, there’ll be jests and jousts, falconry and fire breathing, damsels and daredevils, bagpipes and belly dancers, singing pirates, The Wichita Highland Games, Celtic music, kings and queens, Vikings and vagabonds, Kansas Authors Pavilion/renaissance in reading, fairies and fairy tales, fantastic artists, the siege engine competition marvelous merchants and much, much more!

Wicked Island

OJ Watson Park {3022 S. Mclean}
Friday and Saturdays in October, 8pm-midnight

The Campbells have been haunting Wichita and its surrounding areas since 2012. They offer an ever changing treacherous walk-through a wooded island where your nightmares may become reality.

Echoes of Fear

Old Cowtown Museum {1865 W. Museum Blvd}
October 28th, 7pm

Cowtown’s SUPER SCARY Halloween party! Check out our haunted house attractions, plus drinks for sale from Shaken or Stirred Bartending and delicious food for sale from The Bomb BBQ! Pretend Friend will be playing awesome live music. Also, enjoy our spooky displays and photo ops with your friends. Come in costume! For ages 14 and up, 21 to drink. Parents are required to stay at the museum with anyone under 18. $15/person, Cowtown members, active military and educators get in free!

Spooky! Night of Treasures 2022

Museum of World Treasures {835 E. 1st Street}
October 28th, 6-10pm

The Museum of World Treasures invites you to join us in celebrating our beautifully dark and mysterious world in a fun and spooky way! Begin your night with a self-guided haunted tour through the Museum with surprises around every corner! Followed by a Halloween themed PARTY in our Event Space with thrilling activities! All tickets for this event are $50 and include buffet, open bar, spooky tour, silent auction, and a variety of great activities

Taste of Wichita

Select Wichita Area Restaurants
November 4-13th

Enjoy ten days of fine dining options in Wichita that are sure to please and delight any palate. Try out a new restaurant or dine at your favorite spot to help support the Junior League of Wichita. Each of the participating restaurants will have a special menu during these 10 days for lunch and dinner. Lunch menus will include an appetizer/salad and entree. And, dinner menus will add a dessert all for a set price. These menus will be available for dine-in, carryout and curbside. A percentage of the Taste of Wichita menu will go to support Junior League of Wichita.

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Meaghan wears many hats throughout the day: wife to husband of fifteen years, Jeremy, mom to two incredible children, Jacob and Aliza, legal assistant, foster parent, and surrogate. A Wichita native, she met her husband at K-State (Go State!) and they moved from coast (Los Angeles, CA) to coast (Manchester, NH and Groton, CT) before settling back down in Kansas. She is a big fan of her crock pots, has read more than a novel a day for the last five years, and crochets in her “spare” time.


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