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Spooky Sedona Halloween

by: Editor on 10/28/2017

 

You’ll find a peppering of Halloween festivities throughout Sedona, but nearby Jerome is where the community really goes all out. Thanks to the rich Mexican history and population, Dia de los Muertos is just as popular (if not more so!) than Halloween, which means visitors can enjoy a variety of historical and cultural happenings into November. Try the Jerome Grand Hotel for their epic Halloween party and the Asylum restaurant for some of the best décor in Arizona. Wandering the halls of this haunted hotel as you party enough to wake the dead is a real scream.

Traditional American Halloweens in Sedona is largely retail, with stores, malls and shops offering the option for kids but almost nobody goes door to door. Costumes are encouraged, the shopkeepers deck out their spaces, and the Tlaquepaque shopping village makes an impressive homage for Day of the Dead.

A Hauntingly Good Time

Jerome’s famous Spook Hall ball happens the Saturday before Halloween, giving you plenty of time to recover before Asylum’s event on the big night. However, in both Sedona and Jerome a number of restaurants and tourist attractions are decorated throughout October.

Those who are looking for a massive Halloween happening might trek to Phoenix, though at nearly two hours away it’s solely for the extremely committed. Instead, take advantage of the smaller, intimate and charming events in Sedona and Jerome. You’ll be in for a spooktacular good time!