Hot Springs, Arkansas - An Historic Craftsman Style Bed and Breakfast. Intimate weddings, Anniversary and Honeymoon celebrations, Elopement ceremonies and Romantic getaways are our specialty. Breakfast is a delight with an elegantly plated meal served to you in your suite, the historic dining room or front porch which overlooks the waterfall.
We border the National Park Forest, quiet and serene but only 2 miles from the historic downtown and a variety of attractions.
Hot Springs, Arkansas has Halloween Adventures Galore - Murder Mystery Dinner, Haunted Houses and Tours, and More
Hot Springs Haunted Tours - This is a newer year round attraction that takes you back to the dark side of Hot Springs. Bob and I took this tour a few months ago and found it entertaining for the $15 it cost. I liked that it was a walking tour and how the guide told a bit about the past (which created the ghosts) and then about the present day mysteries. This is a year round activity in Hot Springs that seems very fitting next weekend. By the way there is a $2 discount if you purchase your tickets online. So go and enjoy a stroll through the seedy history of Hot Springs.
Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre at Porterhouse Restaurant on Friday the 29th. Come in costume and help solve the mystery of "Who Killed Grimsby Grave". Tickets Required.
"Nightmare on Central" - Halloween Party at the Arlington Resort 501-623-7771. Have a howling good time at the first ever Halloween Party. Costume contest and prizes. This is an adult only gathering that includes hors d'ouerves and entertainment by "Mr. Happy" a dance band. Cash bar in the room. Cost is $25/person or $40/couple.
I am one of those people that everyone goes after at a haunted house, because I am sooo easy to scare. My imagination takes over in a dark, unknown hallway and the screams emit from my mouth and I am trying to bury into my husbands arms. So I have not personally attended any of these haunted houses. I am much more for the family friendly time of day with pumpkin carvings, hayrides, and corn mazes. However, I do know that many people love to be scared so this is what I was able to find in Hot Springs to keep you entertained this Halloween.
Magic Screams Spooktacular at Magic Springs by Day a Friendly Haunting for Families but by Night the Creatures Crawl out to interact with the guests, you can stroll through Phobia House and Murder Mansion if you dare. Open October 30th & 31st.
MidAmerica Science Museum offers a spooky Halloween with an unpleasant surprise around each corner. Open October 29-30 from 7PM-10PM admission is just $5.
Milcreek Haunted House open with a cast to scare you to death! A victim fee of $10/person will get you a fright. Open October 29-30 from 7PM - Midnight and October 31 from 7PM - 10PM.
Quapaw Community Center - Haunted House Returns for a Second Year - You enter a maze of thrills and chills in the deep depths of the building. Open October 29-31st from 6:30-10PM. Call 501-262-9922 for more information.
Haunted Theater - Historic Central Theater located at 1008 Central Avenue is open this year to convince you there is no safe place to see your favorite movie. Admission is $12/adult for more information 501-538-0766 They are open October 25th - 30th (Monday - Saturday) 8PM - 12:30AM and 2PM - 1:30AM on Halloween.
Come to Hot Springs this weekend and enjoy all the Halloween festivities there are available. Don't forget to stay with us at Hilltop Manor Bed and Breakfast - I promise - No Ghosts Allowed!