Happy Halloween, Chattanoogans!

Need something fun to do for Halloween in Chattanooga? Here’s a list of our favorite events and places to celebrate Halloween! We’ve tried to keep you informed if streets are closed for events. We want our readers to make the most of all their time.

Woman in Halloween Makeup

Rock City’s Annual Corn Maize at Blowing Spring’s Farm

You’ll find a corn maze, hay rides, a petting zoo, peddle carts and funnel cakes! What more could you ask for in the spirit of Fall? This is a family friendly place for all ages! Don’t miss out as it’s only available this coming Friday-Sunday, the October 28th through 30th.

City of Chattanooga Halloween Festival

On Friday, October 28th, the city of Chattanooga is throwing its Halloween Fest! This is a kid friendly celebration full of fun! Lindsay St. will be closed from E. 10th St. to E. 11th St. and E. 11th St. will be closed from Lindsay St. to Houston St. from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Chattanooga Haunted Market

Get those costumes ready for some trick or treating! There will also be three costume parades! And of course, don’t miss the fall produce, pumpkins and local gifts! The Haunted Market happens this Sunday, October 30th, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Ruby Falls Haunted Cavern

You’ve got four nights left of this super terrifying haunted cavern: 10/28 8:00-11:30 p.m., 10/29 8:00 p.m.- 12 a.m., 10/30 8:00-11:00 p.m. and 10/31 8:00-10:30 p.m. Voted number four on Buzzfeed’s “19 Terrifying Haunted Houses You Should Experience Before You Die,” this is sure to scare even the bravest of souls.

Graham Street Halloween Block Party

This will be a neighborhood block party that’s sure to be a hoot! On Halloween night, come on out and celebrate! Graham Street will be closed between Normal Avenue and Crewdson Street from 12:00 p.m. to midnight.

Tennessee Valley Railroad’s Halloween Eerie Express

This is a 90-minute train ride that’s fun for the whole family! Children are encouraged to wear their costumes and there are girls and boys costume contests with prizes. There’s also storytelling, indoor black light mini golf and a non-scary fun house! Only two more days are available: 10/28 and 10/29.

Lake WinnepeSPOOKah

Go see Lake Winnie all transformed into Lake WinnepeSPOOKah! The legend of Lakeford the Clown is haunting the grounds, but not to fear—there’s also rides and activities for the faint of heart! All ages are welcome. Only three days left to check out this “atmosfear”: 10/28-30!


Chattanooga Ghost Tours

Chattanooga Ghost Tours

Named one of the “Top 10 Ghost Tours in the U.S.,” Chattanooga Ghost Tours will take you throughout the city’s most haunted sights. You’ll also learn about the city’s haunted history and make a stop inside a haunted place. Beware!

Acres of Darkness

This event supports the Chattanooga Audubon society, which specializes in environmental conservation and education. There will be two trails: one for families to stroll without being spooked or scared, and the other, the Haunted Forest Trail, will be full of your worst nightmares! Other activities include hay rides, inflatables and a black light maze. Only two days left: 10/28-29!


Spend an evening in your costumes at the Chattanooga Aquarium on October 28th from 4:00-8:30 p.m. There will be a Monster Mash dance party and lots of mascots. And don’t forget about the Monster Fish!

Isn’t it great to be in Chattanooga, TN? Have a spooktacular time!