Tucson Tricks and Treats

 

Celebrating Halloween in Tucson? You’ll find hauntingly fantastic events throughout the month, like Buckelew Farm’s corn maze open until midnight with wagon rides, pumpkin picking, a petting zoo and beer garden. Tickets are just $10 each. There’s also the Old West Haunts at Trail Dust Town featuring a Victorian haunted house, carnival rides and more.

Check out the Spooktacular Saturday for spooky events at the Children’s Museum Tucson. There’s the second annual Haunted Halloween Bowl at Golden Pin Lanes with fun for all ages on Halloween night until 1 a.m. The Tucson Convention Center is hosting the third annual Tucson Pet Expo with a Halloween Pet Costume Contest and trick ‘n’ treat talent contest on Halloween day.

Ghosts and Goblins

Trunk or Treat at the Desert Hope Lutheran Church offers plenty of free candy, games and food vendors Halloween night from 6 – 8 p.m. At Nightmare on Congress Street, the 21+ crowd is treated to Halloweekend at Club Congress with costume contests and prizes. The “hotel with history” is nearly 100 years old and has plenty of spooky secrets.

Howl-o-Ween at the Reid Park Zoo has costumed characters, trick or treating for kids, and some of the best decorations in Tucson. Entry is $5 per person. You’ll also want to check out Tohono Chul Park for Chiles and Chocolate Day of the Dead with crafts along with all the chiles and chocolates you can eat.

Where will the witching season find you?

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