Halloween in Asheville: Part I
Halloween in Asheville: The Tours
Halloween is fast approaching and the Carolina Mornings Team is eagerly awaiting the festivities! Whether you’re looking to celebrate all things spooky with your friends, your family, or on your own, Asheville has you covered. Read on to learn about some of our favorite ways to trick and to treat in the mountains.
The Lazoom Bus Tours are super entertaining at any time of year, but they take it to the next level for Halloween. Count on laughing, screaming, and feeling just plain strange as the comedic genious tour guides take you on a sordid ride through Downtown Asheville. They’ll tell tales of scandal, murder, and ghosts - all while making you laugh at the outrageousness of the show they put on.
Experience a side of Asheville that you’ve never seen before! Your local guide will take to you the spookiest site of Downtown Asheville, revealing terrifying tales of our city’s dark history. You’ll journey into the basement of the Asheville Masonic Temple to explore the wonders of the Asheville Mystery Museum. This is Asheville’s original ghost tour and trust us, you won’t want to miss it.
An offshoot of the Haunted Asheville Ghost Tour, the Biltmore Village Mystery Tour will ;eave you with hair raising tales of the ghosts that wander the village, the curses that have plagued historical Asheville figures, the portals that have been opened and what has come through, secret murders, puzzling enigmas, and so much more.
Staying local is key to enjoying Halloween in Asheville. Carolina Mornings has dozens of amazing vacation rentals in and around the Asheville area, each with it’s own charm and beauty. For a the ultimate combination of convenience, beauty, comfort and breathtaking mountain views, check out Eagle’s Wing Lodge - a 3 bedroom, eco-friendly cabin that boasts a fully equipped kitchen, a gas-log fireplace, a ping-pong table, and a foosball table. And best of all, it’s just 6 miles to Downtown Asheville, 5 miles to the Biltmore Estate, and 3 miles to the WNC Nature Center!