Halloween in Denver is for those who enjoy fear. From haunted houses to scream parks and zombie crawls, Denver has it all. These haunted houses and Halloween events in Denver are so intense that children ages 12 and under aren't admitted, so call your babysitter, and head out for a good scare!
Colorado’s largest scream park, Haunted Field of Screams is not for the faint of heart. Bordering the haunted Riverdale Road in Thornton, the park has four interactive haunt experiences.
In Condemned, you’ll experience escape room elements as the "violently-psychotics" hunt you down. Zombie Paintball Massacre is exactly what you'd expect: paintball versus zombies.
In Dead Man’s Maze you’ll only have the moon’s light to guide you with the undead waiting at every wrong turn. Finally, CarnEvil in the Corn will lure you into an abandoned carnival in a corn field. Of course, it’s not completely abandoned as you’ll be facing carnival acts hungry for blood.
The park opens September 21 and will be open Fridays through Sundays in September and October and, of course, on Halloween. Tickets are $43 for general admission, $58 for VIP Fast Passes that give you the ability to skip the general admission lines, and $73 for Instant access guaranteeing no wait times.
Due to its outdoor location, Haunted Field of Screams may have to close for inclement weather, so please check their website for daily updates.
On October 6, Zombies will take over Denver for the 13th Annual Zombie Crawl from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Vendor and makeup booths open at 11 a.m., the costume contest starts at 2 p.m., and a “Thriller” dance lesson begins at 3:30 p.m.
Like a good throwback? This Halloween, relive the 1800s and visit Victorian Horrors on October 12, 13, 18-20, and 25-27. Edgar Allen Poe and other Gothic greats will be gathered again as six tales chosen by you are read aloud in immersive theater set in the Historic Molly Brown House.
Stay for an after party that promises to be macabre, twisted, and ghoulish with music, treats, and games. Make sure to get your tickets now as the 25th anniversary of this event will sell out quickly. The event takes place on all four levels of the museum and is accessible by stairs. Tickets are nonrefundable.
This Halloween, have fun and support charity at the Denver Halloween: Paranormal Palace Halloween Gala. On October 27, enjoy a huge party with drinks, food trucks, and entertainment while bringing awareness to the Global Orphan Prevention nonprofit.
With three full-immersion floors and more than 50 performers, you won’t be bored at this gala. Make sure your costume is perfect because you’ll be heading to Colorado’s largest costume party with $5,000 in prizes! Tickets range from $55 to $129 and will sell out soon, so get yours now!
This year at the 13th Floor Haunted House, get ready for three intense haunted house themes. Half Alive is the story of a lab facility that creates mutants who have escaped, Trick or Treat follows a family who preys on trick-or-treaters and uses their organs to stay alive, and The Possession is the story of spirits and the terrifying nurse Mara.
The haunted house is open September 21 through November 10 on select days, and tickets range from $20 to $34. This attraction is extremely scary and is not recommend for expectant mothers as well as those with epilepsy or asthma.
Enjoy the season to be spooked by checking off this list of haunted houses and Halloween events in Denver. To find great Halloween events for kids, check out our list of Kid-Friendly Halloween Events in Denver.
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