2019 Denver Halloween Guide

Trick or Treat!!! Would you believe it? September just ended and Halloween is just around the corner. And in Denver, there is no shortage of fun and scary things to do on Halloween for kids and adults alike during this frightful month of October.

So, if you are in and around Denver, here are some of the events you can look forward to. Let us start off with the kids:


Wind your Way Through the Chatfield Farms Corn Maze

These 15-foot tall corns make up the walls of the great corn maze. Tickets purchased will also get you one hayride, barrel train ride (must be 12y/o and under), and unlimited jumping on a giant pillow. Little princesses can even ride a pony for an additional fee.

8500 W Deer Creek Canyon Road, Littleton, CO 80128

SEP 21, 2018 – OCT 89, 2018

Friday, Saturday & Sunday


Boo at the Zoo 2019

This annual Denver Zoo Halloween event for kids features creepy-crawly animal demos, trick-or-treat stations, and other wholesome entertainment. Dress up with your kid in your favorite costume and let them boo at the zoo.

Denver Zoo

2300 Steele St., Denver, CO 80205

OCTOBER 20 & 21, 27 & 28


Enchanted Hollows

Rise to life in the new enchanted hollows night walk experience as Halloween creatures come out as you walk the eerie trail

Denver Zoo

2300 Steele St., Denver, CO 80205

OCT 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27


Trick or Treat at the Children’s Museum

Make your way through different treat stations and collect different goodies. There will also be fun carnival games and Halloween crafts for the kids to enjoy. Enjoy this 3-day fest.

Children’s Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus

2121 Children’s Museum Dr., Denver, CO 80211

OCT 27, 2018 – OCT 29, 2018


Trick or treating while riding a Train

Catch a ride behind the historic Denver & Rio Grande Steam Locomotive. The conductors and engineers will be in their own costume and will bring the kids special to stops for some treats. Visit the “Not so haunted” railcar and the Olde Railroaders Silly Graveyard. At the end, you also get to take a picture in front of their Pumpkin Patch Cart.

Colorado Railroad Museum

17155 W. 44th Avenue, Golden, CO 80226

OCT 28, 2018 – OCT 29, 2018


Now that we listed fun activities for the kids, let us not forget about the adults. After all, Halloween is just as fun for us as it is for kids, if not more. And Denver is no slouch at Halloween parties for adults.


Denver Halloween Costume Ball – Oct 27th

EDITOR’S CHOICE: Get your best costumes ready! This costume contest is 303live’s favorite Halloween party in Denver for many reasons. For starters, you can win 1000 buck, it’s the best-priced Halloween party in the city and this spooky event offers everything higher priced parties are offering, The Denver Halloween Costume Ball sells out every year, they booked one of Denver’s best EDM DJ’s, DJ Spyda Tek on top of other great entertainment, this party has taken over a hotel on the 16th Street Mall in Downtown Denver.

Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel

1550 Court Pl Denver 80202


Paranormal Palace – Oct 28th

The Civic Center transforms into a cursed mausoleum complete with skulls, spiders, and other spooky things. There will be strongmen, contortionists, and other mind-boggling performances. Party up in your favorite costume and you can even win $2000. This annual fundraiser is for the V2 Education Foundation.

McNichols Civic Center Building,

114 W. Colfax Ave.



Party up in your best costumes at the National Western Complex featuring 5 different stages of entertainment. Acts included on the night are Morgan Page, DJs Seven Lions, TheFatRat, and more.

National Western Complex

4655 Humboldt St.


Do a PubCrawl in LoDo

Put on your best costume and pubcrawl through different bars around LoDo. Sample different drinks and specials on different participating joints along the way.

1515 Bar N Lounge

OCT 28, 2017


Party it up at Coloween

The Curtis Hotel becomes home of ghouls and ghosts this Halloween. Three hotel ballrooms features different guest performers. Join your host, Playboy Playmate Tiffany Toth, at your best Halloween costume.

The Curtis Hotel

1405 Curtis St.


But since this is Halloween, a good scare should be good fun too. So, if you are not up to party and drink all night, you can get into the ghoulish spirit of the season by entering these haunted houses:


Check in as a patient in The Asylum Haunted House

You can check in, but can you check out? Take a tour of this 15,000 square foot hospital for the mentally insane and listen to the blood-curling screams of patients past.

6100 E. 39th Ave, Denver, CO 80207


Test your Courage at the Frightmare Compound

A dilapidated barn in the middle of condemned swamplands, whatever could go wrong? Many brave souls have tried to conquer one of the country’s scariest haunted houses, but all of them wept in fear.

10798 Yukon St, Westminster, Co 80021,


Run Screaming through the 13th Floor Haunted House

Face slashers, werewolves, the undead, evil clowns, and more ghoulish monsters along the way. This will really get your blood pumping. Enter Denver’s legendary haunted house.

3400 E. 52nd Ave. Denver, CO 80216.


Escape from the Haunted Field of Screams

Escape for your life across a haunted cornfield and corn maze. Try to avoid madmen, the undead, and other monsters who are trying to catch you. You can also “kill” some zombies on its abandoned farm using a trusty paintball gun. This is Denver’s largest haunted field.

10451 McKay Road, Thornton CO 80233


Now that you have a list of where you can go this Halloween, there is only one thing left, which is to find you the right costume. Fortunately, Denver also has some great costume shops for you to visit like:


The Wizard’s Chest

This beloved store just moved to Broadway last year but it has not lost any of its charm. Discover a huge selection of different costumes at the ground floor but also find some time to enjoy the space especially the ramp downstairs, which also doubles as a hedge maze.

451 Broadway, Denver, CO 80203


Reinke Brothers

Another beloved family-owned costume shop, the store is decked with costumes and masks from floor to ceiling. Be sure to visit soon and not too near Halloween, as the best ones tend to fly off the shelves.

5663 S. Prince Street, Littleton, CO 80120



As the name suggests, this is the Costco of costumes. They have everything from Goulish costumes and princess crowns, to their wide selection of Zombie makeup and apparel. You also get the option of buying or renting.

4395 Broadway, Denver, CO 80203


Buffalo Exchange

If you are looking for more eccentric and uncommon costumes, then Buffalo Exchange might just be your jam. They have an amazing collection of bizarre, colorful, and other off-the-beaten path types of items. This is a thrift store, though, so most items are not exactly brand new, but that also means reasonable prices.

51 Broadway, Denver, CO 80203


“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind.” ― Bernard M. Baruch

1 Comment

  1. lincoln Alexander

    September 29, 2017 at 4:59 pm

    I’ll be going to the Denver Halloween Costume Ball.