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Arizona Halloween Weekend Guide: September 16-19

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October is right around the corner and a ton of Haunted Attractions have already opened their doors to thrill seekers. From traditional haunted houses and eerie trails, to haunted mazes full of terrifying twists and turns, there's an endless amount of frightening fun taking place this Halloween Season.

Be sure to come back and visit https://www.azhauntedhouses.com throughout the entire season to stay updated on the local Haunted Attractions stirring up scares here in Arizona. And once you've braved the terror, leave the attraction a review here on our site to let them know what a scary-good time you had while visiting!

Mortimer Farms Pumpkin Festival
Dewey, AZ
Open Friday 9/17, Saturday 9/18, Sunday 9/19 and 41 other dates
The Pumpkin Fest & Corn Maze is open every weekend in October in Dewey, AZ. This huge festival's centerpiece is a 15-acre Pumpkin Patch & 25-acre Corn Maze!
Old Bisbee Ghost Tour
Bisbee, AZ
Open Friday 9/17, Saturday 9/18, Sunday 9/19 and 71 other dates
Your Ghost Host will lead you on this spooky walking tour through Old Bisbee's streets, stairways, and old alleys to embark on an after dark adventure to discover and learn about the ghosts that haunt this hundred thirty five-year-old town.
Ghost & Murder Trolley Tour
Tombstone, AZ
Open Friday 9/17, Saturday 9/18 and 18 other dates
Visit Tombstone's 13 most haunted destinations on the Trolley with Ghost Host Parson George. The tour lasts a full one hour and even visits Boothill Graveyard, a haunted Tombstone hot-spot.
Ghost Town Tours
Jerome, AZ
Open Friday 9/17, Saturday 9/18, Sunday 9/19 and 71 other dates
We present the fascinating history and mysteries of Jerome! Ghost Town Tours offers Historic & Haunted Tours in the largest ghost town in America.
Gunfighter & Ghost Tour
Tombstone, AZ
Open Friday 9/17, Saturday 9/18 and 61 other dates
You will begin your adventure outside of Big Nose Kate's Saloon which was once the elegant Grand Hotel. From there you will take a leisurely stroll down Allen Street where you will learn about all the exciting history, gunfights and ghost tales!

       

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