Ghost Train Details and FAQs
- Tix go on sale July 5, 2015!
- Advance tickets recommended.
- Admission $34 Per Person.
- Children 2 and under enter FREE!
- A limited number of guests admitted nightly.
Friday & Saturday Nights - Gates Open at 7:30pm
- September 25-26
- October 2-3
- October 9-10
- October 16-17
- October 23-24
- October 30-31
- Ghost Train Rides
- Exciting Haunted House
- Halloween Shows
- 3-D Maze
- Black Hole™
- Freaky Forest
- Warp Tunnel
Ghost Train FAQs
What is the admission price and what does it include?
Admission is $34 per person for adults and children (age 2 and under are free). Admission includes all the nighttime events in the park including the ride on the Ghost Train, Trick-or-Treating for the kids, Haunted House, Tweetsie Palace Spooktacular, the rides in the Creepy Carnival, and the attractions in "The Boneyard” section, featuring the Black Hole, 3-D maze, and the “Freaky Forest."
What is not open at night?
Miner’s Mountain will not be open during Ghost Train. Our newest Ghost Train area, “The Boneyard” will open in The Hacienda with the Black Hole, 3-D Maze, and the “Freaky Forest”. The Turnpike Cruisers in the Creepy Carnival will not operate during Ghost Train.
Will my child be scared?
This all depends on the child. Some children are scared just because of the darkness. There may be loud explosions on the Ghost Train ride. We don’t recommend that children under the age of 8 go through the Haunted House, the Freaky Forest, or ride the Ghost Train.
What are the hours for the Ghost Train?
The gates open at 7:30 p.m. and the park will remain open until 11:30 p.m. No one will be admitted into the park after 10:00 p.m.
Can I ride the train more than once?
You may ride as many times as you would like; however, on busy nights you may have time for one ride only.
How often does the train run?
The first train leaves after dark (about 8:00 p.m. in early October, and earlier in late October), and then about every 30 minutes throughout the evening.
Do I need a reservation to ride the train?
No. Each ride is first come, first seated.
What if I can’t come on the night printed on my ticket?
Tickets are non-refundable. Tickets may be exchanged at least 48 hours prior to the event for another night as long as the date on your ticket has not expired and the night you want is still available. There is a $5 fee for ticket exchange.
Where can I get Ghost Train Halloween Festival Tickets?
Tickets can be purchased online and printed at home at our Web site, www.tweetsie.com, through our toll-free Ticket Order Line at 1-877-TWEETSIE, or at the Tweetsie Railroad Ticket Office, beginning in July 5, 2015.
What are the Ticket Office hours?
The Ticket Office is open during regular park hours. For additional hours, please call 1-877-TWEETSIE (877-893-3874). On Ghost Train Halloween Festival nights no tickets will be sold after 10 p.m.
Can I purchase tickets at the gate?
Many nights sell out in advance. If there are tickets available you may purchase them at the gate, but we strongly recommend that you purchase tickets either online at www.tweetsie.com or through our toll-free Ticket Order Line at 1-877-TWEETSIE; call before you leave home to make sure tickets are available.
Do the tickets I purchase for daytime admission include the Ghost Train Halloween Festival (or vice versa)?
No, they are two separate events. Daytime shows and attractions have our Wild West theme. The nighttime operation is Halloween oriented. The park closes at 6:00 p.m. for the daytime operation and re-opens at 7:30 p.m. for the Ghost Train Halloween Festival.
Do you have group rates or discount coupons for the Ghost Train?
During the Ghost Train, we do not offer any group rates, nor do we honor any discounts or coupons.
What happens if it is raining or the weather is bad?
The Ghost Train Halloween Festival will be held regardless of the weather. Tickets are non-refundable. Tickets may be exchanged at least 48 hours prior to the event for another night as long as the date on your ticket has not expired and the night you want is still available. There is a $5 fee for ticket exchange.
Do you know of any hotels in the area to stay overnight?
October leaf season is a very busy time in the mountains and we recommend that you make reservations in advance. Links to Tweetsie’s Lodging Partners are available here.
Information on accommodations, shopping, dining, and other attractions in the region can be found at:
High Country Host Visitor Center, www.highcountryhost.com or 1-800-438-7500
Are the park attractions accessible to disabled guests?
|Freaky Forest||Yes, with some restrictions|
|3-D Maze||Yes, but may be too narrow for wheelchairs|
|Warp Tunnel||Yes, but may be too narrow for wheelchairs|
|Tweetsie Palace Spooktacular||Yes|
|Rides||Have various height and age limitations|