The Ultimate Halloween in Colorado!
Ghostly attractions, spirit tours, horror movies, and lots of candy—what more could you ask for? Colorado has all that and more when it comes to celebrating All Hallows’ Eve. To truly embrace the spooky season of October, check out these wonderfully festive places across the state!
Halloween isn’t the same without indulging in candy. So head to one of the best candy stores in the Centennial State, Scrumptious Candy Store. With two locations in Arvada and Longmont, Coloradans have even more of an opportunity to snag some sweet treats. No matter if you’re a chocoholic, love sour candies or can’t get enough hard candy, you’re sure to find your favorite sweet here. Scrumptious even serves ice cream and bottled soda too.
This haunted attraction in Denver is one of the scariest haunted houses in the nation. 13th Floor Haunted House has three terrifying parts of the house. Escape demons, evil clowns and undead zombies at the 13th Floor Haunted House.
Every Halloween, the Infinite Monkey Theorem, an urban winery, throws a Halloween party complete with a DJ and costume contest. Enjoy canned wines and ciders at this late-night party in Denver.
You can’t celebrate Halloween without dressing up in a great costume. Find a load of different types of costumes at the Wizard’s Chest in Denver, which is Colorado’s most popular costume shop. This toy store and costume shop stays open year round for all your costume needs. For over 30 years, the Wizard’s Chest has provided Coloradans with wigs, plastic masks and professional-grade costume attire.
If you want to experience a place known for being haunted, the Hotel Colorado is the place to visit. Experience a bone-chilling Halloween by booking at stay at this Glenwood Springs hotel. This hotel has been in operation since 1893, therefore it has a colorful past. Guests and staff have experienced doors open and closing on their own, a ghostly figure of a girl and other unexplained phenomenon at the Hotel Colorado.
The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park has grown as a popular destination for Stephen King lovers and paranormal enthusiasts. The Stanley Hotel is what inspired Stephen King to write “The Shining.” Take the Stanley Hotel’s Night Spirit Tour. You’ll learn about this historic hotel and possibly experience the spirits that may still be living inside.
This escape room in Colorado Springs adds some horror to the escape room experience. Choose a difficulty level and a scare level and then try to escape this terrifying attraction. Hellscream Haunted House and Escape Rooms’ Elevator escape room is one of the biggest escape rooms in the state. Good luck trying to escape this three-level, 6,000-square-foot room while ghouls and spirits await you at every turn.
Dress up in your best zombie attire and attend the Denver Zombie Crawl, which occurs every year in the Mile High City. Get ready to see some extra creepy zombie costumes at this zombie parade. Even if you don’t arrive drenched in fake blood and begging for brains, head to the makeup booths to look the part. End the Zombie Crawl at one of the official Zombie Crawl after parties, such as Zombie Prom.
Halloween time is always when the newest horror movies are released, and there really is no better time to indulge in a great horror flick than October. Therefore hit up the Telluride Horror Show, a three-day film festival, every October to view your next favorite horror or sci-fi film.
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Fall in Colorado means embracing harvest season by visiting a pumpkin patch and corn maze. To truly get a fright this October however, visit Haunted Field of Screams, a haunted corn maze. The Crazed Cornfield Maze is not haunted, and runs during the day. In the Field of Screams, run from deranged clowns, men with chainsaws, and hungry zombies while trying to escape this 20-acre corn maze.