Telluride Events for Halloween
Spooky season is almost here! If you have an upcoming vacation in Telluride this October, you need to read about the Halloween events you can check out while you’re here. The team at Exceptional Stays put together this guide to help you find any Halloween events that would interest you and your travel buddies. Please don’t be shy, and let us know any questions you have while planning your vacation! We are proud to live in Telluride, Colorado, and we love sharing its splendor with our guests.
One of the most anticipated Telluride upcoming events is Colorado’s first and largest horror film festival. Every year the Telluride Horror Show attracts film fanatics from all over the world to watch the best horror, suspense, thriller, dark fantasy, sci-fi, and dark comedy movie genres. They have both feature and short films from both established and up-and-coming talent. If you love movies, you cannot miss this event!
For those looking for a truly spooky Halloween experience or who love history, the Lamplight Cemetery Tours are an excellent choice. Venture on these tours led by the knowledgeable staff at the Telluride Historical Museum. You can look at the Telluride Historical Museum’s calendar of upcoming events by clicking here or scheduling your own group tour. The Lamplight Cemetery Tour tour explores Lone Tree Cemetery in the evening with only the gentle glow of lanterns to guide the way. Along the way, you will listen to the stories of people who have lived, worked, and are now buried in Telluride, Colorado, throughout the years.
The details for this year’s upcoming Halloween event at the Telluride Historical Museum have yet to be posted as of today. However, from years past, we can tell you this is a great upcoming family-friendly Halloween event in Telluride. This is a great annual fundraiser for the Telluride Historical Museum. It features haunted houses and trick-or-treating the whole family will enjoy.
This upcoming Halloween event is a fundraiser for the Telluride Theater and Palm Arts. People aged 17 and older can attend this fundraising event to enjoy the cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Although this musical comedy horror film was made nearly half a century ago, it still remains a Halloween movie staple. Come do the time warp again for a great cause!