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As summer comes to an end, don’t let that stop you from travelling this fall to Drumheller. A year-round travel destination let Drumheller help set the spooky vibes this October. Wondering what spooky events to go to first? Here are our top recommendations:

Johnson Haunted House Tour: The only tour of its kind offering up paranormal investigation! Let Justin Bolin take you back in time and meet Dr. Bob and his daughter Majorie. This two-hour tour starts with an introduction to the equipment used in investigating paranormal activity, the history of the home and its haunting events. Tours are $40 per person, there is a group rate available upon request and the tour is not recommended for those under 14. For more information and to book a tour check out: The Johnson Haunted House Tour

Drumheller Guided Ghost Tour: Did you know that Drumheller is one of Alberta’s most actively haunted towns? And we aren’t talking about dinosaur ghosts either. This 90 miniature walking tour takes you through downtown Drumheller and its cemetery. The tour explores the history of Drumheller, and its ghostly inhabitants, led by Lothar Malmberg, who founded the walks back in 2011. Tours are up to 8 people and $150 for the group. So dress warm and wear good walking shoes. For more information and to book a tour: Guided Ghost Walk Tour

Dinosaurs After Dark- Haunted Halloween Experience: Experience the Haunted Live Dinosaur Experience at Barney’s! Take in our haunted dinosaur walk and flashlight through our corn maze for just $10 a person!
Kids Scare 4pm-6pm
Adults Scare 7pm-9pm
*If regular admission is purchased during the day, you’ll be able to access the evening haunted walks! Barneys Adventure Park

Pumpkins at Barney’s Adventure Park: This family fun event has something for everyone of all ages. With over 2000 pumpkins you are sure to find the perfect one, or two. It also offers amazing Instagram-worthy photo spots, a dinosaur trail and a corn maze. Best way to spend a fall afternoon in the Drumheller Valley! For more information:  Barneys Adventure Park

 

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