What’s the theme this year?

There is no one set theme at Nightfall. When Nightfall began back in 1990, the theme centered on Dr. Hyde and the mayhem carried out by his associates in the 1800s town of Nightfall. However, with the demise of Dr. Hyde, Nightfall was free to create stand alone experiences with no underlying theme or relationship between one haunt/show to the next. That freedom has allowed Nightfall to bring unpredictable and fresh entertainment to its guests with every new year!

What days/times are you open?

Check our Calendar page here for the full list of Nightfall dates/ times of operation.

How much does admission cost?

Adults are $29.50, children ages 9 – 11 are $22, and children 8 and under are free. Check our Ticket page here for a full list of pricing and discounts available.

Are there any discounts?

Yes! Check out our list of discounts available here.

Are there food and drinks available?

Yes. Nightfall has multiple restaurants, food carts and drink stations throughout the town, including alcoholic beverages.

Do you sell alcohol?

Yes! Must be 21 and older, and must show valid I.D.

What is included in admission?

Included in admission are (4) live shows, (4) haunted walk-throughs, and carousel and antique car rides. The following are offered at an additional fee: Haunted Train Ride, Zombie Shoot, Virtual Reality, Haunted Wagon Rides and The Strange Family Circus.

Are pets allowed at Nightfall?

We do not allow pets into Nightfall for safety reasons. Service animals are permitted, but note that there are loud noises including explosions and gunfire, as well as large crowds. Please keep this in mind when deciding if Nightfall is suitable for your service animal.

What’s a Scare-Me-Not Stick?

Scare-Me-Not sticks are  light-up glow sticks that alert our actors not to scare those holding these sticks. They are available at the Nightfall entrance for a $3 fee (per stick). Please note that they cannot be used inside the haunted houses, but can be used when roaming the streets of Nightfall.

 Is Nightfall family-friendly?

Yes! We offer Scare-Me-Not sticks – light-up glow sticks that alert our actors not to scare guests holding these sticks ($3 fee at Nightfall entrance). We also have kiddie rides including the carousel and antique cars. Plus, there are other family attractions for an additional fee like face painting and the Zombie Shoot. Please note, we do not recommend dropping of kids 11 and under old without an adult chaperone. Be advised that there are scary characters walking throughout the town, as well as multiple haunted attractions and spooky shows that may not be suitable for younger children. When determining if Nightfall is suitable for your family, please read the Skull Ratings for each haunt, attraction and show.

Is Nightfall Handicap Accessible?

Nightfall at Old Tucson is handicapped accessible throughout most of the park. The streets are dirt, with areas of soft sand for the stunt show, but most is hard-packed. We urge people in wheelchairs to have someone accompany them to help with some of the longer distances between attractions.

Costume Contest on Halloween Night

Receive $5 off admission when you dress up for Halloween! Take your spooky look to the next level and enter our Halloween costume contest. Costume rules: No masks (except for contest registration and awards ceremony), no weapons, no indecent exposure. Registration for the contest is available between 5 – 8 p.m. at Nightfall, with winners announced at 9 p.m. Adults can win: $100, $200, or $300. Kids can win: annual family pass to Old Tucson, 4-pack of Old Tucson tickets, or $20 Pay Dirt to spend in the park. You MUST purchase admission to be able to participate in the contest.

What’s happening on Halloween night?

Click here for information about Halloween night specials and activities.