Bozeman Museum Offers Thrilling Halloween Experience
Spooky season is upon us, and it's time to make plans for all the fun fall activities in the Gallatin Valley.
Are you looking for a fun, interactive experience this Halloween season? Well, this might be the perfect event for you and your friends.
The Museum of the Rockies is hosting another year of Haunted Mountain Theater, and they have some big plans for this October. Haunted Mountain Theater uses a combination of live theater and the Taylor Planetarium's state-of-the-art visuals to tell a haunting story.
They'll tell several bone-chilling stories, among them that of the last hanging in Bozeman. The scariest part is that all of the stories are true, and when there is truth to a ghost tale, it becomes even more unnerving.
The shows are for kids ten years old and up due to the spooky nature of the stories being told. Shows start Friday, October 21st, and tickets are on sale now. Tickets for adults are $18, and kids aged 10-17 are $12. You might want to buy your tickets soon because these shows will sell out.
There will also be an adults-only show on Friday, October 28th, called Pour & Gore. Tickets are $50, which might seem steep, but there are some extra goodies you will receive at this show. You will get to see the production of Haunted Mountain Theater, but you will also try a select tasting of Montana whiskeys, appetizers, and chocolate.
If you want to be scared this Halloween season and try something new, check out the Museum of the Rockies.