Trick or treat, get spooked and have a hauntingly good time this Halloween in Breckenridge and Summit County. If you enjoy the darker side of things, discover ghostly tours and escape rooms. For family-friendly fun head to a festival or Main Street trick-or-treat night. The changing leaves and crisp autumn air are sure to put you in a perfectly haunting mood this spooky season.
Ghostly Tales & Voices from the Grave with Breckenridge Tours
If you want to take a step back in time and get a few shivers down your spine, join Breckenridge Tours for a historic and spooky tour. The best options for October are the Ghostly Tales tour, a ghost hunting tour around Breckenridge or Voices from the Grave, which starts at the original cemetery of Breckenridge.
An escape room is a great idea any time of the year, but especially around Halloween! Check out the Murder at Mystery Manner at Escape Room Breckenridge where you and your group step into a real life game of Clue or try the Mystery of Breckenridge at Mountain Time Escape Rooms where you help summon and trap spirits in a home.
Tombstone Tales Tour
Take a 90-minute walking tour with Breckenridge History at Valley Brook Cemetery and hear stories about Breckenridge’s elite.
Día de los Muertos
Breckenridge Creative Arts is hosting a 2 day commemoration of Day of the Dead in the Breckenridge Arts District campus. Experience immersive installations, dance performances and workshops.
The Haunting at Breck Theater
This is a live event at the local theater running throughout the month of October. It combines the haunted stories from Edgar Allen Poe and is an interactive and engaging event!
Still on the Hill returns in October with a weekend filled with craft spirits. Start your October right with tastings, after-hours tours, live music, dinners and happy hours galore.
Head to Rainbow Park in Silverthorne for this free event! This pumpkin patch provides more than 2,500 pumpkins to community children and features a pumpkin painting station, free petting zoo, carnival games and more.
Enjoy an evening of safe tricks and treats on Main Street in Frisco. Businesses on Main Street will be handing out candy to trick-or-treaters, a silent disco will take place in the Historic Park Gazebo and the Summit County Animal Shelter will be hosting a Halloween dog parade.
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