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Haunted houses and Halloween happenings

Posted at 3:03 PM, Oct 27, 2016
and last updated 2016-10-27 18:22:57-04

Night of Fright, Feast with the Dearly Departed, Howl-O-Ween, Nightfall, The Slaughterhouse ... if you're looking for a fun and possibly creepy way to celebrate All Hallow's Eve, we can point you in the right direction!

Night of Fright. Pima Air and Space Museum; Friday Oct 28 from 5-9pm. Non-scary Halloween carnival fun, aircraft and exhibits under ghoulish lights, costumes, candy, crafts $10 ages 13 and older.

Feast With The Dearly Departed. Tucson Botanical Gardens;  2150 N Alvernon Way; Friday, Oct 28 from 5-8pm. Face painters, music, pan de muerto and sugar skulls, Day of the Dead festivities; $13 admission.
Howl-o-ween. Reid Park Zoo; Friday, Oct 28 from 6-8pm. Safe trick-or-treating at the zoo, limited spooks and scares $9.50 admission.
Chiles, Chocolate, and Day of the Dead Festival Tohono Chul Park; 7366 N Paseo del Norte Saturday, Oct 29 from 9am-4pm. Vendors, crafts, chile and chocolate inspired food, face painting, music; $15 admission.
Nightfall at Old Tucson. Thursdays through Sundays in October, opens at 6:00 p.m. Live performances, haunted attractions, Nightfall amusements; $28.
Slaughterhouse Haunted House Five haunts including the infested Boiler Room, Cirque du Slay, City Meats, Apocalypse, and Voodoo Bayou. Thursdays through Sundays all month. 1102 W. Grant Road $23
Terror In The Corn. Haunted corn field maze, bring your own flashlight. Thursdays and Fridays throughout October, plus Monday 10/31. Buckelew Farm, 17000 W Ajo Way
Trunk Or Treat. Sabbar Shrine, 450 South Tucson Blvd. Friday 10.29, 6 - 8pm… just for kids