Celebrate Halloween in Denver with two haunted houses, seven live shows and kids treats at Elitch Gardens
Friday nights, Saturdays and Sundays, October 5th – 28th, 2012.
Kids will compete through various Halloween themed challenges and activities. Kids join the Hip HopSicals as they bob, race and eat their way to victory.
Join the Hip HopSicals in an icky interactive Halloween face-off! Kids are invited to compete as they join the Hip HopSicals and drink a “gross milkshake”. Made up of ketchup, mustard, expired mayonnaise, etc. They will have to see who can stomach and drink the whole thing!
Park guests will experience EVP (Electronic voice phenomena) and watch in amazement as “real” ghosts appear in the palm of their hand.
On Saturdays and Sundays from noon-5pm, little ghouls and goblins can trick or treat their way around Kiddieland! Pick up your trick or treat bags and maps in the “Bootique” on Main Street. For children under 54″ tall please.
Bring the tykes dressed in their costumes to compete in a contest at the Kiddieland Stage.
Do you have the loudest kid on the block? Prove it in this fun, ear-splitting contest on the Kiddieland Stage. The loudest shriek takes home the title of Scream King or Queen!
Park guests compete against each other to win prizes. Two guests will spin a wheel to decide their fate. They will have to eat whatever insect the wheel lands on (grasshoppers, cockroaches, mealworms). The winner will receive two “front of the line” passes to the haunted house of their choice. The loser gets nothing.
The return of one of Denver’s most acclaimed haunted houses. Guests visit a serial killer’s hidden lair. Once inside they discover they are the ones being hunted by this masked killer whose fondest wish is to kill them slowly. Now guests must run, duck and hide to try and escape from the labyrinth of hidden torture rooms. Along their journey they find some of the killer’s victim’s who are still alive and begging for mercy. This attraction will bring guests up close and personal with a truly horrific killer as they find themselves in a series of face-to-face encounters with the madman with a demented face.
This attraction is truly a fully immersive experience. Guests are lured into an old warehouse where something very wrong is happening. As they wind through the various corridors and catwalks, guests must wear ponchos to avoid the spraying and exploding blood throughout the entire venue. Guests will begin to understand the horror of this warehouse and discover the grim reality behind it.
*Please note the haunted houses are an extra-charge attraction. Admission can be purchased at any ticket booth or the entrance to either house. $8.00 for one house $12.00 combo for two houses $29.99 for VIP combo – go straight to the front of the line for both houses.
Elitch Gardens Costume Policy: Our policy exists for the safety of our Guests and team members. Our staff needs to be able to distinguish Guests from the actors we hire as park employees. Please adhere to the following costume guidelines. Teens and adults may not wear face masks or face paint. Wigs are permitted but long hair may be restricted on certain rides for safety purposes.Other conservative costumes may be permitted but items such as capes may be restricted on certain rides for safety purposes. A store bought costume or homemade costume that does not have any elements that cover the face may be permitted. For example, a “princess” costume is okay but an “Easter bunny” costume is not. Weapons of any type, whether real or plastic, are not permitted in the park.