Halloween isn't just for kids. Hire a babysitter, put on a costume, and head out to one of these Little Rock, Arkansas, Halloween events that are meant for the adult set. Even when Halloween falls on a weekday, there are plenty of other days in October when you can get your ghoul on.
Hear about Little Rock's haunted history as you learn about the paranormal. Tour locations may include spooky sites such as the Empress of Little Rock Bed and Breakfast, Mount Holly Cemetery, the Arsenal at MacArthur Park, Curran Hall, and the Hanger House.
This is one of the more interesting Little Rock Halloween events. Adults who love Halloween and all things spooky may be interested in spending the weekend hearing about real paranormal investigations. Presentations on UFOs, Bigfoot, cryptozoology, psychic phenomena, ghosts, psychic readings, and more are scheduled. This paid event benefits the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History, the birthplace of General Douglas MacArthur.
Magic Springs Theme and Water Park provides chills and thrills of the Halloween kind in October. Visit the spooky haunted houses, hunt zombies, hear spine-tingling campfire stories, and take a spin on the rides.
Spend the Saturday night before Halloween at Discovery, a nightclub with three rooms, a patio, and the perfect ambiance for Halloween. Special performances will be in the showroom while DJs will spin monster mash-up tunes in the lobby and disco room. Get creative with your costume for a chance to win $1,000 in cash prizes. Plan to party past the witching hour until 5 a.m. Must be 21 or older.
Boo at the Zoo is a favorite Little Rock Halloween event for the whole family. But after all the families empty out of the zoo for the day, you'll get to spend the evening enjoying all the fun of Boo at the Zoo but in an adults-only environment. Grown-ups will trick-or-treat for some special adult concoctions and get a chance to experience all the Boo at the Zoo attractions such as the haunted train, haunted house, rides, and games. Must be 21 or older.