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Denver Halloween Events for Adults

Halloween Denver 2018

Who says the kids have all the fun on Halloween? Here’s a frightful listing of Denver Halloween Events for Adults… let the haunting begin!

Weekend of October 19-21 -- Denver Halloween Events for Adults

October 19:

  • Walking with the Dead: The Spirits Speak, Littleton Museum, 7-10 pm
  • Haunts of Littleton Walking Tour, Downtown Littleton Light Rail Station, 7 pm

October 20:

  • Beetlejuice Movie Party, Alamo Drafthouse Denver, 1:15 pm
  • Paint and Wine Party Tim Burtonesque Style, 2 pm
  • MonsterBash, The Curtis, 8-11 pm
  • Haunts of Littleton Walking Tour, Downtown Littleton Light Rail Station, 7 pm
  • Walking with the Dead: The Spirits Speak, Littleton Museum, 7-10 pm
  • Denver Halloween Bar Crawl, The Refinery, 4 pm

October 21:

  • Pumpkin Carving and Live Music, Station 26 Brewing Co., 11 am
  • BarkHappy Denver Halloween Costume Party for MaxFund, Bruz Beers, 1 pm

Weekend of October 26-28 -- Denver Halloween Events for Adults

October 26:

  • Spooky Speakeasy, Terminal Bar, 9 pm-1 am
  • Victorian Horrors, Molly Brown Museum, 6 pm
  • Deathly Dueling Pianos and Costume Party, ViewHouse Ballpark, 6 pm
  • Haunts of Littleton Walking Tour, Downtown Littleton Light Rail Station, 7 pm
  • Humphrey’s Haunted Mansion Party, Grant-Humphreys Museum, 11 am-12 pm

October 27:

  • Witches and Warlocks Costume Party, Punch Bowl Social, 9 pm
  • Nightmare on Broadway, Alternation Brewing Company, 12 am-12 pm
  • Great Gatsby Halloween Ball, Nocturne, 5:30 pm
  • Adult Trick or Treating, Antique Row, 12 pm
  • Costume Contest, McNichols Civic Center, 8 pm
  • ...

Denver Halloween Events for Kids

Halloween in Denver with Kid

Halloween is no longer a one night a year event. There are lots of spooky (not too spooky) Denver Halloween events for kids to keep your family feeling spooktacular for the rest of the month.

Below, Denver Halloween Events for kids that occur daily are listed first, followed by recurring events and concluding with a list of date-specific events.

Denver Halloween Events for Kids - Daily

Pumpkin Festival, Tagawa Gardens, 10 am-3 pm

Nick’s Fall Fest and Pumpkin Patch, Nick’s Garden Center, hours vary

Pumpkin Nights, Adams County Fairgrounds

Hole-O-Ween, Colorado Journey Miniature Golf, hours vary

Denver Halloween Events for Kids - Recurring

October 17, 18, 23, 25:

Glow at the Gardens at the Botanic Gardens, 5:30-9:30 pm

October 20, 21:
Bug A Boo, Butterfly Pavilion, 9 a.m.

October 20, 21, 27, 28:
Boo at the Zoo, Denver Zoo, Zoo hours  

October 20, 21, 26-31
Halloween Celebration, Bass Pro Shops Denver, hours vary

October 27-28:

  • Halloween Kids Fest, Denver Aquarium, 10 am-4 pm
  • Trick or Treat Street, Children’s Museum, museum hours 

Denver Halloween Events for Kids - Date Specific

October 19

  • Kids’ Night Out (pumpkin carving and movies), Dream Dance Studios, 5:30-8:30 pm

October 20:

  • Halloween Harvest Festival/Westy Fest and Balloon Glow, 12 pm-8 pm
  • Trick or Treat Street Harvest Festival, Eastbridge Town Center, 2 pm-5 pm
  • Fall Festival, Hector Flores Park (Baker Neighborhood, 10 am-12 pm
  • Broadway Halloween Parade, Wizard’s Chest, 6-7:30 pm

October 21:

  • BOOnion Station Kids Halloween...

Colorado Cider Takes Root

Colorado Hard Cider

Move over Palisade peaches, apple season is in full swing. Along with caramel covered treats and delectable pie, apples also yield cider. And, the Colorado hard cider business is starting to take off much like craft beer’s early days. If you haven’t hopped on the Colorado cider bandwagon yet, here’s where to board.

Haykin Family Cider
Run by a husband and wife team, Haykin Family Cider is the most recent to join the Denver cider scene. The Haykins compare their Colorado cider to sparkling wine because of the small bubbles and by “elevating the apple like wineries treat grapes.” The majority of their ciders are made from one apple variety, also known as single varietals. You can decide for yourself if you taste the connection to champagne, or if you can detect the featured apple with several great flight options served in their tasting room. It is located at 12001 E. 33rd Ave. in Aurora, near Fitzsimmons and the Stanley Marketplace. Or let the ciders come to you when you join their Core Club.

C Squared Ciders
This Colorado cider spot has one of the best tasting experiences not only because of the cider’s great taste, but also because of its unique location. C Squared Ciders is housed in a cool old warehouse building downtown. Better yet, C Squared shares its digs with a brewery and a restaurant. Talk about one-stop shopping! In its tasting room, you can try one or all of C Squared three series of ciders: The Siren, The Sailor and the Immortal (seasonal). The Sirens are said to be “beautiful” and “dangerous” like their namesake women of the sea. The Sailors are heritage ciders that mimic an “old-world” taste. Immortals are more experimental ciders that are only available on...