Halloween in Colorado may look a bit different amid the pandemic, but there are still plenty of ways to keep the spooky spirit going this year while maintaining social distancing. From a drive-thru haunted house experience to socially-distanced beer-drinking zombies, here a few spots shaking things up this year for the spooky season.
1. City Of The Dead Drive In Haunted House
Denver’s 13th Floor Haunted House is adding a drive-in option to help keep the thrills alive this year. The drive-in haunted house features a haunted show displayed on a 40-foot screen with costumed actors and horror trivia. Both the traditional haunted house (limited-capacity) and drive-in are located at 3400 East 52nd Avenue in Denver. Tickets for select nights in October range from $40-$60 per car. Find more details at cityofthedeadhaunt.com.
2. No Place to Go
You've never seen anything like this before. No Place to Go is described as an "artist-made haunted house of unrealized fears manifested in an immersive world driven by choice-making and the horror of the binary." Guests will be allowed to get in and out of their cars to view installations across five sites in a two-mile area of Lakewood's Wheat Ridge and 40 West Arts District. The 90-minute experience is set to run from October 22 through November 1. Tickets are limited to five people per car, ranging from $25 to $60. Find more details at no-place-to-go.com.
3. Loveland Zombiefest
Get dolled up like the walking dead for 2020 Loveland Zombiefest (21+ only event) kicking off at Loveland Aleworks’ on Saturday, October 24, from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Tickets are priced at $10, which includes your first beer. The Dive-In Food Truck will also be on-site for fueling hungry zombies. Masks as well as social distancing are required. Get all the details here.
Seeking more thrills? Check out these seven haunted houses in Colorado this year.