Halloween in Eureka Springs is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. No place is spookier than this Victorian mountain village settled among the springs surrounding America’s most haunted hotel.

5 Eureka Springs Halloween
Things to DO

1.) Go Underground

Downtown-N-Underground is a behind-the-scenes walking tour of Eureka Springs. Explore the Downtown in Eureka Springs in a new and exciting way. The history and the colorful characters who have made Eureka Springs their home throughout the ages come alive through interactive storytelling.

zombie tag eureka springs2.) Be Part of a Zombie Invasion

The Eureka Springs Zombie Crawl is a creeping parade procession of funeral hearses, doomsday vehicles, Halloween floats, and post-mortem street performers will lead the hungry horde of the undead down historic Spring Street, from the Public Library to the Basin Park. Bring your kids (and your brains) downtown for some frightening family fun from the sidelines, or join the crawl yourselves! The event is free, and locals and visitors alike are invited to dress up and join the procession of undead revelers.

America's Most Haunted Hotel3.) Tour America’s Most Haunted Hotel

Gain exclusive access to some of the most famous ghost sighting locations in America. Ghost Tours at the Crescent Hotel are a must for any Eureka Springs visitor.  Spend the night in America’s Most Haunted Hotel on Halloween: Don’t miss the Paranormal Pair 2 Night Special!

Intrigue Theater4.) Enjoy a Night of Intrigue

Come to Intrigue Theater – and experience an evening of Mystery and Intrigue with Sean-Paul the Illusionist and Juliana Fay as the Medium, Featuring Special Guests from the other side. Take a Seat – but only use the edge of it.

5.) Walk the Eureka Springs Cemetery

Voices from the Silent City on this guided tour of Eureka Springs history. The Eureka Springs Historical Museum will host its 10th annual “Voices from Eureka’s Silent City” cemetery walking tours on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 18th, 19th and 20th, and then again on Friday and Saturday on October 26th and 27th.


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