Yes, it’s a big sports weekend in Philadelphia, but it’s also the spookiest weekend of the year, its “Halloween Weekend,” and everyone deserves to celebrate the one time of the year when people everywhere dress up for fun.

From family vacations to spooky places worth the drive, here’s your guide to all things fun to do this weekend.

Family fun (sometimes free).

Getting a scare doesn’t have to cost you a dollar, here’s a list of family vacation spots that won’t scare your wallet:

A pair of hippos at the Philadelphia Zoo snacked on pumpkins as part of the Boo at the Zoo program. Speaking of Halloween at the zoo, Montgomery County’s Elmwood Park Zoo is opening for treats this weekend.

Scary fun for elderly ghosts and ghouls

From spooky cocktails at a pop-up bar to a scare in a penitentiary hospital, grown-ups here’s a list just for you: (Just don’t forget to find a babysitter)

It’s that time of year again: Eastern State Penitentiary Halloween Night returns to Fairmount on Friday.

A Nightmare Before Tinsel brings the spooky Halloween season to Downtown this week.

Check out spooky shows, events

For people who want to go to a museum or see a show, here’s your list of spooky arts and entertainment happening this weekend:

Move in your suit

If you’re looking to get some exercise and some Halloween fun at the same time, here are some holiday activities:

Some scares are worth the ride

If you’re into spooky adventures, check out these attractions just a short drive away.