Funtober has Halloween information on the Tucson haunted houses for 2018. Arizona has lots of haunted attractions including some very good haunts in the Tucson area. There are haunted houses, haunted corn mazes, haunted paintball, haunted trails and more Halloween fun. Find world class Hollywood set designs, live actors, animatronics, air blasters, and more at local haunted attraction. You will find and be frightened by zombies, ghosts, vampires, witches, clowns, and more than a few monsters roaming around in the dark. October is a fun Halloween time in Tucson. Last Major Update:
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Fox in a Box Tucson - , AZ
Open all year by appointment. Fox in a Box Tucson operates our Zombie Lab “escape room” where groups of 2-6 have 60 minutes to solve all the puzzles, clues, and mini-games in order to stop the spread of the zombie outbreak. A great team building or family activity. Visitors rate this attraction very highly.
Slaughter House - Tucson, AZ
Attraction has four haunted houses and areas for the kids. It prides itself in being something that will “scare you to your core.” The Tucson Screamers’ put together an annual haunted house for charity. Previously, the Screamers ran a haunted house known as Phobia. The Apocalypse allows you to shoot Zombie’s as you make your way through the attraction. Doors open at 7 pm until 10 pm, 11 pm, or midnight.
Terror in the Corn - Tucson, AZ
Terror opens October 6th. Frightening possibilities await as you enter a Haunted Cornfield. Attraction is professionally designed with live actors and scary props. Check out the flashlight corn maze and zombie paintball. Visit Friday and Saturday nights in October plus more dates being added. Doors open around 6:30 pm until midnight. Tickets on most nights are $27.50 including new corn maze and 3D attraction.
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