Across the great State of Arizona each October there are some pretty incredible places and events where one can go to literally have the bejeebers scared out of you while enjoying the Halloween season. And certainly, if you really like being scared and entertained, NIGHTFALL at Old Tucson just might be your perfect destination this October - that is, IF YOU DARE!
NIGHTFALL at Old Tucson is back for its 25th year of haunting, magical and laughter filled shows. This year’s “scarefest” presents live shows that entertain, amaze and frighten guests of all ages. Both the family oriented shows, like the amazing Magic of the Macabre, as well as the adult nerve-challenging experiences, like the walking nightmare of fear known as Fertile Ground, are offered.
If you are looking for some really scary experiences, NIGHTFALL offer you the chance to survive the characters of Terror Square, the perpetual nightmare of Psychomania, the colorful tribute to the Day of the Dead known as the Creepy Crawly Cave and so much more.
And if you want to spend a little more money, you can encounter the Twisted Circus which features creepy clowns and a town overrun by Zombies or join in the Zombie Shoot and rid the town from the undead terror.
If you enjoy an old fashion hay ride, just dare to take NIGHTFALL’s Haunted Hay Ride for a trip through the hinterlands of fright. Yes, all the thrills and excitement of a fabulous “All Hallows’ Evening!”
It’s October and why not just plan to get out and spend an evening in Tucson and attend all the “happenings” of Nightfall at Old Tucson. If you do, you will never forget the thrills and chills of this Halloween! Boo!
Nightfall - http://nightfallaz.com/
More scary places around Arizona…
1. Fear Farm - http://www.fearfarm.com/ - near
Loop 101 and I-10 Exchange
2. 13th Floor Haunted House - http://13thflooraz.com/ - 2814 W. Bell Road
3. Halloween In Phoenix - http://phoenix.about.com/od/halloween/tp/Halloween.htm
4 Real Haunted Places In Arizona - http://phoenix.about.com/od/wacky/a/haunted.htm
5. Day of the Dead Celebrations - http://phoenix.about.com/od/events/a/dayofthedead.htm
All pictures are from Marie Demarals who asked photo credit to be “Nightfall At Old Tucson”