Free Halloween Events in Salt Lake City, Utah

Families enjoy Haunting on the Hill, Hill Air Force Base HILL AIR FORCE BASE
••• Google Images

Halloween can be a frighteningly expensive holiday, but it doesn't have to be. There are plenty of fun and free Halloween events in Salt Lake City and surrounding areas. If you'll be visiting the area during the Halloween season, make note of these free events so your trip won't cost you as much.

  • 01 of 06

    It's free to look at Gardner Village's bigger-than-life-size witches, and kids 12 and younger can complete a witch scavenger hunt to receive a discounted cookie at Naborhood Bakery. Gardner Village, located in West Jordan, offers many more special events during its annual WitchFest.

  • 02 of 06

    Community Halloween Parties

    Check out these hometown Halloween events in the Salt Lake City area. Remember: They are all free!

  • 03 of 06

    Utah Foster Care invites the whole family to decorate a jack-o'-lantern and find out how to help Utah’s children in foster care. Joining Utah Foster Care at the Gateway Shopping Center will be Salt Lake City firefighters and Utah Educational Savings Plan representatives.

  • 04 of 06

    The Monster Block Party is a daytime Halloween event in Salt Lake City for ghouls and boys of all ages. The Gallivan Center hosts this party that includes trick-or-treating booths, a costume contest (prizes awarded in the kid, teen, and adult divisions), arts and crafts projects, a pumpkin drop, and live performances. 

    Continue to 5 of 6 below.
  • 05 of 06

    The Utah Olympic Oval presents its annual Trick-or-Treat Street, a free Halloween event for the whole family. Activities include indoor trick or treating, bounce houses, a scavenger hunt, Halloween crafts, and a photo booth. There's also a climbing wall, pumpkin carving, and a figure-skating show. Kids 12 and younger skate free; skates are available for rent.

  • 06 of 06

    Zombies, monsters, and witches await you at Witchstock in Ogden. This Halloween party at the Ogden Amphitheater features a zombie crawl that leaves from Union Station and travels down historic 25th Street before returning to the ​amphitheater. After the crawl, stick around for a dance party and live performances. The Witches Tea scheduled before the zombie crawl requires tickets; otherwise, all events are free.