The midnight hour is close at hand! Still need to get your Halloween on? Here are some ideas:
Ghost Tours: Get the spooky scoop on haunted cemeteries and buildings with Salt Lake’s paranormal experts. Dates and times here, Ogden tours included.
Thriller: Odyssey Dance Theatre’s Halloween variety show mixes homespun props and professional dancing. Our favorite part is the batch of living dead girls, ready to steal your seat … or your brain. Tickets and showtimes here.
Frightmares: Haunted amusement park? Yes, please (but only on weekends). Get more information here.
Haunted Canyon: Bundle up and cuddle up on the Heber Creeper’s version of a spooky train ride. Gather up the info here.
Bewitching Events: Head to Gardner Village for some of the cutest witches you can lay eyeballs on. There are teas, makeovers, scavenger hunts, carriage rides, dinner shows and more. See here.
Garden After Dark: The garden gets mystical with Red Butte Garden’s Garden After Dark featuring classics like haystacks, jack-o-lanterns, light displays and popcorn. The show is on this Thursday and Friday. Click here.
Night of the Living Dinosaurs: Jurassic Park becomes a “reality” in Ogden when Night of the Living Dinosaurs and Trail of Terror take over the George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park, this weekend only. Details here.
And eat your heart out on haunted houses and spook alleys, if that’s your thing:
- Asylum 49 (Tooele)
- Carnival of Fear (Taylorsville)
- Castle of Chaos (Salt Lake)
- Corpse Nightmare & Haunted Hollow (St. George)
- The Dreaded Grove (American Fork)
- Goatman Flats (Orem)
- Haunted Forest & New Psycho Manor (American Fork)
- Haunted Hollow (Ogden)
- Haunted Hollow (Wellsville)
- Haunted Village at This Is The Place State Park (Salt Lake)
- Nightmare on 13th (Salt Lake)
- Scream Asylum (Provo)
Feel free to make any additions you dare to!