A Spooky Hub City Halloween

Written By Visit Lubbock Interns

October 29, 2020

Ghostly greetings Lubbockites! Lubbock is turning into a Halloween town this October 31st and it’s sure to get spooky. Whether you’re taking the kids to stuff their pillow cases full of candy, or having a night full of fright, we’ve got you covered. There are no tricks here, just treats! I’ve compiled a list of attractions for the spookiest “Hub City” Halloween. 

Adventure Park:
Enter a trail full of shrieks, if you dare, at Adventure Park’s Rot & Ruin. Get your blood pumping in these haunted woods this Friday and Saturday from 8 – 11 p.m. For an extra night of fright, venture into Adventure Park’s Circus Scream House.

At’l Do Farms:
It’s all corn and games until someone enters the maze! Bring the whole family to the famous At’l Do Farms for a night full of fall festivities. Whether you’re shooting corn through a cannon, going for a hayride or conquering the maze, At’l Do Farms is the place to be this Halloween. Admission is $10. 

Nightmare on 19th Street:
Voted number three must-see haunted houses in Texas, Nightmare on 19th Street will send shivers down your spine. This West Texas attraction is sure to immerse you in a frightening “reality”. For all you thrill-seekers out there, this is a haunted house you won’t want to miss. Admission is $25 and must be purchased online. 

 English Newsom Haunted Cellars: 
A glass of wine and spooky ghost stories go hand and hand for the perfect Halloween night. Get a sense of paranormal at the English Newsom Haunted Cellars Tour. For $15 dollars, guests can wander through the haunted cellars and while listening to spooky stories. Keep your eyes peeled for the spirits that may still reside there!

Share your “booutiful ”costumes and how you spend your “Hub City” Halloween with us using #LiveLoveLubbock! 

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