Freaky Halloween Fun in Tucson & Southern Arizonaby Visit Tucson on Oct. 03, 2012, under Travel & Tourism
Populated with haunted houses featuring special effects, pyrotechnics, and ghoulish creatures performing terrifying stunts, Nightfall-20 Years of Terror! offers a Hollywood-style celebration of Halloween that may be too scary for the little ones, Thursdays-Sundays in October at Old Tucson western film location and theme park.
The Halloween Howl at Colossal Cave Mountain Park hosts family-friendly hayrides and candlelight cave tours, October 19. Guests can help save the world from monsters at the 89th Halloween Haunted Ruins, featuring a trip through Tucson’s Valley of the Moon, weekends in October.
Old Bisbee Ghost Hunt is the newest monthly tour offered at Old Bisbee Ghost Tours, in Bisbee, Arizona, 93 miles southeast of Tucson. This four-hour tour includes a training session, use of ghost-hunting equipment, investigations of haunted locations, and a potential evidence DVD. Guests will investigate who is haunting these buildings and why; afterward, data will be downloaded and sent on a DVD to each participant. Cost is $40 per person. Upcoming tour dates: October 19, November 3.
For more spooky events and fall fun, check out visitTucson.org/events.