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October 30, 2020
ONLY TWO TOURS at 7:30pm and 8:00pm
$18 per person
We are booked full for Halloween Night, so here’s a Halloween Challenge for you…If we can get 40 people to sign up for Haunted Halloween Night Tours on Friday, October 30th at 7:30 pm and 8:00 pm we will give those two additional Halloween Tours. BUT, the tours need to be sold out (20 guests per tour) in order for us to give these two additional tours. It will be a lot of work to pull this off, so we can’t do it without your help!
PAID RESERVATIONS REQUIRED! Reservations may be made online through the link provided under “Event Website”. We can not take reservations over the phone. Tour size will be limited to only 20 people a tour.
If we do not make the goal, we will refund your ticket price, but if we do make the goal, no refunds will be available for any reason. (So be sure you really will be able to attend!)
Due to Covid-19, a cloth face covering that covers from nose to chin is required the entire time all guests are on the property. Free cloth face coverings will be available at the door. Costumes are permitted as long as the costume includes a cloth face covering that covers from nose to chin (not a Halloween mask, lol). Tour size will be limited and cleaning protocols will be in place. We are still holding our Halloween Tours because our Historic Site really need the funds and because Halloween at the Wyoming Frontier Prison is a necessary tradition!! We appreciate your support!
These tours are NOT historic tours. We will do our best to scare you. Ages 12+ ONLY. No Exceptions.
Please be aware this tour has steep stairs and it is NOT handicapped accessible. This tour features lighting displays, loud noises and other situations that some individuals may be sensitive to. You may be touched. If you are pregnant, elderly, or recovering from any type of injury please use extreme caution! These tours are fast paced and you will be asked to keep up with the tour group.
Produced in cooperation with the Carbon County Visitors’ Council.