The John Wornall House Museum celebrates the historic connection between pets and families with a dog-friendly Halloween party on Halloween weekend.
Historic Howl-o-Ween happens on October 30 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the John Wornall House Museum in Kansas City, MO. Bring the whole family for Halloween fun.
Dogs need to be leashed and socialized to take part.
Outdoor Howl-o-Ween events are FREE. Pre-registration is requested, but not required.
Dog-friendly activities, vendors and demonstrations are featured during the day.
Dog Costume Contest: Dress your dog(s) in festive Halloween attire and participate in the Halloween parade and costume contest. All participants receive a doggy trick-or-treat bag.
Prizes are awarded for the following categories:
Best Historical Costume
Mr. or Miss Congeniality
Dog Costume Parade: Let everyone see your dog’s costume. The dog parade begins at 3:15 p.m.
More Halloween Fun at the John Wornall House Museum: There are a lot of spooky things happening at the John Wornall and Alexander House Museums, including ghost tours, ghost hunts and paranormal investigations. Find out more here.
More Halloween Fun for Dogs in Kansas City: There is plenty of local fun for the whole family, including your fur-kids. Kansas City on the Cheap has a full list of dog-friendly Halloween events and activities.
Wornall House Location and Parking
The John Wornall House is located at 6115 Wornall Road, Kansas City, MO 64113.
The Wornall House has FREE parking in a small parking lot located on the east side of the house. Additional FREE street parking is available on 61st Terrace.
More Kansas City Fall and Halloween Activities
Do you like scares and thrills or getting lost in a corn maze? Want a chance for your kids to wear their costumes more than once this year? Does pumpkin spice, apple cider and cinnamon make your mouth water?
Never fear, we have plenty more information about Fall and Halloween fun in Kansas City. See our posts below.