Looking for things to do in Denver this Halloween? Get ready for a spectacular October. Explore a seven-acre corn maze. Go for a spooky run. And enjoy haunting Halloween movies on outdoor screens.
HALLOWEEN HAUNTS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
SPOOKADELIA 3: BACK TO THE SOURCE | IMMERSIVE ART EXPERIENCE
WHEN: Thru Nov. 30, 2020
WHERE: Spectra Art Space
This all-ages experience is part scavenger hunt, part haunt and part art installation. Guests will try to solve the puzzle of the psyche by journeying through the neon jungle of archetypes. Those who solve the puzzle in time will free the Crone and race to get her back to her home in Crone Throne Forest. Each room is immersive, interactive and mind-bending, and while the installations and experience are “spooky,” they're also family-friendly and full of delight.
GHOULISHLY GROWN-UP HALLOWEEN FUN
GHOSTS OF CAPITOL HILL TOUR
WHEN: Thru Nov. 14, 2020
WHERE: 13th & Gilpin - North End of Capitol Hill
Join Denver Walking Tours on a two-mile trek through Denver’s haunted history is sure to raise the hair on your arms. Tour haunted Victorian mansions, learn about a hidden burial room that inspired a Hollywood movie and visit one of Denver’s most haunted locations: Cheesman Park.
ITCHY-O: HALLOWMASS + OFFERATORY
WHEN: Nov. 6–7, 2020
WHERE: New Tech Machinery Building
This immersive drive-in event fuses pyrotechnic, high voltage and percussive bombast with short-band private radio broadcast and other interactive elements, ensuring each vehicle has an individual-yet-connected sonic experience. In a year that continues to deliver blow after blow, Hallowmass is an opportunity to pay homage to things that once were – and the unstoppable itchy-O will rise to send skyward in a ceremony of sound and flame.
THE 13TH FLOOR HAUNTED HOUSE
WHEN: Nov. 6–7 & 13, 2020
WHERE: 3400 E. 52nd Ave.
Hailed by Fangoria Magazine as "the #1 scariest haunted attraction in the U.S.," the 13th Floor Haunted House takes guests through a frightening tour of horror. Brave souls will learn just why the 13th floor is so often omitted from building plans — if they make it through to tell the tale. The scare promises thrills with intricate sets, highly selective casting and incredible special effects makeup that is sure to make reality and fiction blur into terror. Tickets will sell out, so buy yours online in advance!