The 2017 Main Line Trick-or-Treating Guide
Find out where to score candy and fun this holiday.
Halloween is here, and your kids are begging you to go trick-or-treating! It’s the one day a year they can collect as much candy as their little hearts desire, not to mention dressing up in costume is a ton of fun. Grab your pillowcases and head out to these great trick-or-treating destinations.
If Halloween is a family favorite, then head down to Narberth for two nights of fun. On Monday, October 30, the whole family can come dressed in costume for the Halloween parade! The parade ends in Narberth Park where the kids get some sweet goodies. Head on down the next day to trick-or-treat in the quaint neighborhood that loves getting in the spooky spirit.
Get that candy early: trick or treat in downtown Wayne October 26 from 5 — 8 pm. Neighborhood trick-or-treating is on the 31st.
For the youngest children, the Radnor Township Building is hosting a trick-or-treat event on Friday, October 27. For the older kids, there are plenty of developments in the area to go trick-or-treating. The township urges families to wrap things up by 8 pm, and only go to homes that have a porch light on indicating they are handing out candy that night.
If you live in Phoenixville, you know everyone loves getting in the Halloween spirit. There are plenty of developments in Phoenixville that are willing to share their space with Phoenixvillians who live in apartments or an area with more sparsely placed homes. You can also head down to the borough to trick-or-treat around town. The town asks that trick-or-treating takes place from 6 — 8 pm.
Get the whole family dressed up for Malvern’s annual Halloween Parade on October 29 at 4 pm. Do it all again two nights later for some trick-or-treating around town! There are plenty of neighborhoods to go to, and a few businesses may be handing out candy as well. Trick-or-treating is from 6 — 8 pm.
Get your costume on early for the Halloween parade, scheduled for October 25 at 7 pm. Trick-or-treating in the borough of West Chester will be held from 6 — 8 pm on Halloween. Visit your favorite small businesses, and enjoy some easy candy collecting around the row homes in West Chester.
Thinking of trick-or-treating in the city? See our list for Philadelphia!
Photograph by Gwyneth K. Shaw.