Terror Trail at Tomb Town

Terror Trail at Tomb Town 

Northwest Tucson, 8343 N. Wanda Road. Haunted trail through a grave yard with live actors and a few dead ones, a forest of dead trees, tiki torches, fog machines and creepy music. For ages 12 and up. 5-10 p.m. Oct. 31. $1. 360-5899.

We know Halloween is on a Wednesday this year and maybe you already dressed up last weekend, but before you start packing up the pumpkins you might want to check out these fun Tucson events actually happening on All Hallow's Eve. 

From trick-or-treating for the kids to parties for the adults, get ready to have a spooky good time.

Happy Halloween!

🍬 Trick-Or-Treating Events 🍬

Boo Bash at Our Play Place

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Cooper, 7, left, and Carter Cliff, 8,  pretend they're roasting hot dogs and marshmallows at Our Play Place.

Have the kids come in costume and get ready to have a spooky good time! 

There will be Halloween games, playtime and a special treat. 

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Where: Our Play Place, 3951 W. Costco Drive

Cost: $10 for the first child, $7 for siblings

Trick or Treat at Pacifica Senior Living

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Erika Christianson reads a story to the children during playtime as Little Cardboard Rocket's playgroup, Young at Heart.

Make the residents at Pacifica Senior Living's day by trick-or-treating through their grounds on Halloween morning.

There will be a story time prior to candy.  

The event is hosted by Little Cardboard Rocket. RSVPing is encouraged.

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 10-11 a.m.

Where: Pacifica Senior Living Tucson, 2675 N. Wyatt Drive

Cost: Event is free to attend

Halloween Bash at Pump it Up

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This is one of two arenas or playrooms which has four jumping toys that include castles, slides and obstacle courses at Pump It Up of Tucson.

There's a not-so-scary haunted house, a glow arena, lights on in another arena and trick-or-treating indoors. Don't forget to dress up. Every paid admission comes with two slices of pizza and a small drink. 

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 4-6 p.m. 

Where: Pump It Up, 3248 N. Freeway Industrial Loop, Suite 108

Cost: $15 per kid

Trunk or Treat at Streams in the Desert Lutheran Church

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Get yummy treats and go through the haunted house.

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 5:30-7:30 p.m. 

Where: Streams in the Desert Lutheran Church, 5360 E. Pima Street

Cost: Event is free to attend

Trunk or Treat at University City Church

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Jake Myre finds a spot out of the way to examine his haul from the Trunk-or-Treat session.

In addition to candy, there will be free hot dog meals, a bounce house and activities for the kids.

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 6-8 p.m.

Where: University City Church, 604 N. 6th Ave.

Cost: Event is free to attend

Fall Festival at First Southern Baptist Church Tucson

Candy, nachos, and snow cones, oh my! 

There will be entertainment for kids, including a 19-foot-high obstacle course.  

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 6-8 p.m.

Where: First Southern Baptist Church Tucson, 445 E. Speedway Blvd.

Cost: Event is free to attend

Trunk or Treat at The Central Place

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Gloria Valencia, 7, checks out one of Bates Butler's many creepy yard decorations while Federico Valencia, 5, watches in the Sam Hughes neighborhood on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015.

Eat all the candy! There will also be bounce houses and games for the kids.

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 6-8 p.m.

Where: The Central Place, 5353 E. 5th Street

Cost: Event is free to attend

Trunk or Treat at Saguaro Christian Church 

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Alexis Brown, 2, walks back to the car dressed as a princess.

Marvel at cool decorated trucks and enjoy a free hot dog meal that includes popcorn and a drink.

There will also be a bounce house and lots of games and prizes for kids.

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 6-8 p.m.

Where: Saguaro Christian Church, 8302 E. Broadway Blvd.

Cost: Event is free to attend

👻 Party Time 👻

Halloween Night at Hotel Congress

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A nearly full moon rises behind the Hotel Congress sign on the building’s roof.

Come dressed up in your Halloween costume and get ready to have a spooky good time.

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Where: Hotel Congress, 311 E. Congress Street

Cost: $5 cover. Come before 9 p.m. and it's free!

Halloween Night at Tucson Hop Shop

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Patrons enjoy the beer garden at Tucson Hop Shop, 3230 N. Dodge Blvd.

Brew up some fun at Tucson Hop Shop's Halloween Party.

There will be music by The Bennu and performances by Cirque Roots. And let's not forget the giant selection of beer! 

This is a family-friendly event. 

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 6-9 p.m.

Where: Tucson Hop Shop, 3230 N. Dodge Blvd. 

Cost: Event is free to attend 

Halloween Candy and Beer Pairing at Casa Marana

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Pair your favorite candy to one of the many brew selections at Casa Marana Beer + Wine.

This is a family-friendly event. Bring the kids and they'll get candy too — minus the beer.

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 6-11:45 p.m.

Where: Casa Marana Craft Beer + Wine, 8225 N. Courtney Page Way, Suite 191

Cost: Event is free to attend. Pay for beer and food.

Whose Blues Spooky Halloween Show at Public Brewhouse

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Howl at the moon and enjoy live music from Whose Blues. 

Show up in costume and get $1 off drinks all night.  

Find more information here

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 7-10 p.m.

Where: Public Brewhouse, 209 N. Hoff Ave. 

Cost: Event is free to attend

Halloween at The Maverick

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Line dancers kick up their heels — literally — at the Maverick, 6622 E. Tanque Verde Road.

It's an "I Ain't Afraid of No Ghosts" Halloween Party at The Maverick, and we're all invited! 

There will be live music, drink specials, slime shots and $1,000 in cash and prizes awarded to the best costumes. 

Brush up on your line dancing skills with a lesson starting at 6 p.m.

Find more information here

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 8 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Where: The Maverick, 6622 E. Tanque Verde Road

Cost: Event is free to attend 

Halloween Blowout at St. Philip's Plaza

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Server Summer Tassin delivers drinks during Happy Hour at Union Public House at 4340 N. Campbell in St Philip's Plaza.

Reforma Modern Mexican and Union Public House are hosting their annual Halloween bash at St. Philip's Plaza. 

Dance the night away at a silent disco party and enjoy half off whiskey drinks. There will also be a costume contest with $500 in cash prizes.

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Where: Union Public House, 4340 N. Campbell Ave.

Cost: No cover. Pay for drinks and food.

Real Halloween Party at Hotel McCoy

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The hotel opened in 1970 as the Silverbell Inn. It is named for the McCoy Mountains near the Arizona-California border.

Sip on some spooky sangria and listen to the musical stylings of Paul the Piano Man. 

Winner of the costume contest gets a free night stay at Hotel McCoy. 

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 9 p.m. to midnight

Where: Hotel McCoy, 720 W. Silverlake Road

Cost: Event is free to attend

VAMP Halloween Drag Show at CANS

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Watch amazing spooky drag performances on All Hallows' Eve.

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Where: CANS venue and lounge, 340 N. Fourth Ave. 

Cost: $7 general admission

Are you afraid of the R Bar? Halloween Party

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James del Toro, left, Colin Sams and Emily Cole, check the cocktail menu at the R Bar in the south Cadence building on Congress Street. “Dr. Strangelove” flickers silently on the screen.

Hang out with other ghouls at R Bar.

There will be a costume contest with a cash prize, so come ready to win!

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 9:30 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Cost: No cover. Pay for booooze.

Ladies Night Out at Cobra Arcade

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Gals, get ready to play classic arcade games, because tokens are free all night. 

Happy hour, drink specials, costume contest with cash and prizes, and more!

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Where: Cobra Arcade, 63 E. Congress Street

Cost: No cover. Pay for drinks

🧟‍♀️ Haunts 🧟‍♂️

Nightfall at Old Tucson

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A menacing, blood-spattered, chainsaw wielding Robert Ratkevich greets visitors during a preview of Old Tucson’s Nightfall.

The old town of Nightfall returns again to scare and entertain.

This year it's bigger and better with an expanded footpath, haunted houses, live-action performances and family friendly attractions for both the young and those faint of heart.

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 5-10 p.m.

Where: Nightfall at Old Tucson, 201 S. Kinney Road

Cost: $29.50 general admission, $22 kids 9-11, ages 8-and-under get in free. There are also a number ways you can score discounted tickets, check out Nightfall's website for details.

Terror in the Corn at Buckelew Farms

Get chased by sinister clowns, chainsaw-wielding monsters and demented dolls at Buckelew Farm's Terror in the Corn — a haunted corn maze sure to shock and thrill even the toughest of cookies.

Each year the haunt team creates a new foot path and scares, so you don't know what's waiting for you around the corner. And after the spooky portion of the maze, guests will have to have to find their way out of the 11-acre cornfield using their wits and sense of direction.

Children under 12 will not be admitted without a parent or adult.

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 6 p.m. to midnight.

Where: Buckelew Farm, 17000 W. Ajo Highway

Cost: Tickets start at $25

The Slaughter House

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The Slaughter House is an actual former slaughter house located near Grant and I-10 that is a haunted house attraction now.

Get terrified in not one, not two, but FIVE haunted attractions at The Slaughter House. This is has to be one of the most terrifying options on the list so choose your team wisely — you want to make it out alive, don't you?

Attractions this year include the "Voodoo Bayou," "Cirque Du Slay" and "The Boiler Room." But the most scariest haunt of them all has to go to "City Meats," as the performers are allowed to touch and chase visitors. They've also have mini escape rooms and an interactive haunt called "Apocalypse" where guests can defend themselves against zombies. 

Find more information here.

When: Open Oct. 31, Nov. 2 and Nov. 3, from 7-10 p.m.

Where: The Slaughter House, 1102 W. Grant Road

Cost: Tickets start at $23.

RavenHearse at Trail Dust Town

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Raegan Carroll, left, Amber Christie and Jade Christie dance the Monster Mash with Belladonna in the kid friendly show of the RavenHearse Family Classic Haunt in Trail Dust Town, Wednesday. The attraction prides itself on “making people use their imaginations” during the tours that range on a scare level from family friendly to terrifying.

This year-round haunt located in Trail Dust Town has created a new experience for the Halloween season called "Out of the Shadows, Into the Dark."

To accommodate everone's scary scale, RavenHearse offers a number of tours:

• The Green Tour is suitable for kids under 7 and those with special needs, it's considered not scary at all, but fun and educational, there's even candy at the end.

• The Yellow Tour is for kids 7-and-older and people who want to experience a haunted house without being scared.

• The Orange Tour is the typical haunted house experience, BUT with a safe word.

• And the Red Tour is not recommended for kids under 14 and some adults who don't like to be spooked.

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 6-9 p.m.

Where: Trail Dust Town, 6541 E. Tanque Verde Road —look for the green building in front of the park.

Cost: $6 per person

Terror Trail at Tomb Town

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Nicholas Holliday, left, and Krystal Kline get spooked but good by the sudden appearance of Pumpkin Head, for Keith and Jenny Stewart's Tomb Town, Tuesday, October 31, 2017, Tucson, Ariz.

Every Halloween, the house at the end of the street transforms itself into Tomb Town — an otherworldly community filled with lively (or should I say deadly 💀) neighbors that can't wait to have you over for a walk through the Terror Trail.

Younger kids should visit before dark as it might be too intense when the lights go out. 

Find more information here.

When: Tuesday, Oct. 30, and Wednesday, Oct. 31, from 5-10 p.m.

Where: Tomb Town, 8343 N. Wanda Road

Cost: $1 donation to the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona

🎃 More spooky events 🎃

Halloween Special at The Breaking Point

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Angela Pittenger, left, and Johanna Willett suited up and ready to rage at The Breaking Point. 

Unleash your inner monster at The Breaking Point.

Participants will be able to break and smash things in a spooky room.

This is not for the squeamish — sessions contain blood, gore and disturbing imagery.

Find more information here.

When: Open Oct. 29, Oct. 30 and Oct. 31 from noon to 9:30 p.m. 

Where: The Breaking Point, 2006 E. 14th Street

Cost: Prices vary. Find info for tickets here.

Magic at the Mortuary

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Magic Kenny Bang Bang Stewart does a card trick during the Grand Opening vaudeville troupe's variety show at the Surly Wench Pub.

Watch up-close illusions and get a tour around the former Brings Funeral Home at this haunted magic show. Magic Kenny Bang Bang and Ms. Midnight will be your guide.

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 6-10 p.m. with a show every hour

Where: Owls Club, 236 S. Scott Ave.

Cost: $20 general admission

Double feature of Halloween and Poltergeist at The Loft

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Feel the terror at this horror-film double feature.

The Loft will be showing a digital restoration of "Halloween" (1978), and a 35mm print of "Poltergeist" (1982).

Show up in costume and get some free Halloween candy while supplies last.

Find more information here.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 7-10:45 p.m.

Where: The Loft Cinema, 3233 E. Speedway Blvd.

Cost: $12 general admission