Halloween is one week away, which is why Halloween lovers are looking for new sensations and entertainment for this day or the weekend. That is why we’ve written down for you 6 events where you can celebrate this holiday.
1.- Buena Vista Horror House
This iconic haunted house in Tijuana doesn’t disappoint as every year it builds an unparalleled structure with a specific theme. After being suspended due to COVID-19, this year it returns with a tour inspired by “The Conjuring” movies where Annabelle and the other demons Warren has faced will scare you like you’ve never been scared before.
Saturday, October 29 and Monday, October 31
It opens at 7 PM
Click here to learn more about Buena Vista Horror House on their Facebook page!
2.- Paraíso Azteca Horror Tour
Paraíso Azteca has an endless number of activities for the whole family and in this spooky season they have added a horror tour where only the bravest ones dare to enter and finish it.
From October 7 to November 6
7 PM to 10:30 PM
Friday: $200 pesos ($10 dollars)
Saturday and Sunday: $250 pesos ($12.50 dollars)
Click here to learn more about “Recorrido del Terror en Paraíso Azteca” on their Facebook page!
3.- Circo de los Sustos (Circus of Scares)
This unparalleled circus show comes to Tijuana to frighten all of its spectators. Enjoy this circus performance alongside an adrenaline-filled evening full of scares and amazing characters.
They are open since October 14 and they will be here for a short season of 1 month
Monday to Friday: 8 PM
Saturday and Sunday: 6 PM and 8:30 PM
“TERROR” Ticket: $200 pesos ($10 dollars)
“SUSTOS” Ticket: $300 pesos ($15 dollars)
“PÁNICO” Ticket: $400 pesos ($20 dollars)
Click here to learn more about Circo de los Sustos on their Facebook page!
This terrifying experience has labyrinths, themed stages, and even an escape room so attendants can enjoy whatever they like the best. How extreme your experience will be depends on your ticket. It should be noted that this is a 30-to-40-minute tour, however, this time depends on the speed and bravery of your group in finding the exit.
They have been open since September 30. No closing date has been disclosed.
Thursday to Sunday: 7 PM to 12 PM
General: Thursday: $200 pesos ($10 dollars); Friday to Sunday: $250 pesos ($12.50 dollars)
VIP: $500 pesos ($25 dollars)
Stalker: $400 pesos ($20 dollars)
Bloody: $600 pesos ($30 dollars)
Darkness: $600 pesos ($30 dollars)
Danger: $800 pesos ($40 dollars)
Below CINEMEX at the underground parking lot of Alameda Otay Town Center
Click here to learn more about SIN-ESCAPE on their official Facebook page!
5.- Paranormal Hotel Tijuana
This horror-themed hotel has returned to Tijuana to scare us once again. It has two types of tours where suspense, fear, and paranormal activities are the main attraction. It all depends on whether you want a general experience or one filled with scares and adrenaline.
From October 8 to November 12
Thursday and Sunday: 7 PM to 12 PM
Friday and Saturday: 7 PM to 2 AM
General ticket: $250 pesos ($12.50 dollars)
Paranormal ticket: $400 pesos ($20 dollars)
Click here to learn more about Paranormal Tijuana MX on their Facebook page!
6.- Pumpkin Festival
If you’re looking for a kid friendly event, this festival is ideal for you as it has several different activities: decorating pumpkins, photo stands, farm areas, mechanical rides, food, and more. Here you can enjoy an afternoon with your family without leaving Halloween or autumn behind.
They are open since October 14
Monday to Friday: 12 PM to 12 AM
Buy and decorate your pumpkin: $350 pesos ($17.50 dollars)
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