Halloween on the Comstock
Virginia City boasts its notoriety of being one of three of the most haunted towns in the United States, along with Savannah and Charleston. Other worldly "haunts" exist during Halloween as Virginia City celebrates its history and offers safe trick-or-treating for kids at local shops.
Want to have your own paranormal experience? See the places and feel the chill with Bats in the Belfry Ghost Tours. Space is limited so reserve your spot now. For tickets and more information click here.
Jump on board the V & T Railroad Halloween Express train for a spooky trip on the diesel engine. Visit Virginia & Truckee Railroad for more information.
Stay through the evening for the Virginia City Halloween Parade which will coincide with the Nevada Statehood parade down C street. Get dressed up and bring the whole family. After the parade Virginia City will continue to celebrate Nevada's 150th birthday with Nevada 150 Masquerade Ball at Piper's Opera House. For more information on the Masquerade Ball click here.
Halloween night is the only night of the year the Silver Terrace Cemetery is open after dark. From 6 p.m. until 11 p.m., stroll the cemetery and take in the experience only found after dark. Candy and glow sticks are provided at the gates. $5 for adults, $3 for children. Contact the Comstock Cemetery Foundation for more information.