Tweetsie Railroad transforms from the Wild West into a haunted park with Halloween thrills and chills for all ages. The highlight of each evening is a nighttime ride on the Ghost Train, other spooky attractions include the Haunted House and the Freaky Forest. Younger ghouls will enjoy dressing up in their Halloween costume, trick-or-treating on Main Street, watching the Black Light Puppet Show and taking in the amusement rides in the Creepy Carnival.
Tickets are for a specific date and train ride time. A limited number of guests are admitted nightly; advance tickets are strongly recommended. Adults: $44, Children (age 3-12): $38, Children 2 and under: Free
Ghost Train tickets go on sale July 6th, 2020.
Walk through the light tunnel to the Boneyard, where you can spin out of control in the Black Hole, walk into another dimension in the Warp Tunnel, and children can bounce the night away in the bounce house.
Hop aboard the Ghost Train and join engineer Casey Bones for a journey into the dark haunts and hallows at Tweetsie Railroad. Watch out for ghouls and unexpected surprises around every corner. The train runs every half hour beginning at 7:30 pm. Recommended for ages 8 and older.
Admission is $44 for adults and $38 for children age 3-12, Children ages 2 and under are free. Admission includes all the nighttime events in the park including a 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, and the “Freaky Forest."
This depends on the child. Some children are scared just because of the darkness. There are loud explosions on the Ghost Train ride. We don’t recommend the Haunted House, the Freaky Forest, or the Ghost Train for children under age 8.
The first train leaves about 8:00 p.m. and then every 30 minutes throughout the evening. On Saturdays in late October, the first train leaves at 7:30 p.m. The last scheduled train departs at 10:00 p.m.
Tickets may be refunded or 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 per ticket for refunds and $10 fee per order for ticket exchange.
Tickets for park entry with a designated date and train ride time can be purchased online at tweetsie.com, or by calling our toll-free Ticket Order Line at 1-877-TWEETSIE (877-893-3874), or at the Tweetsie Railroad® Ticket Office. Tickets must be ordered at least ten days in advance in order to be mailed to you; otherwise, your tickets will be held for pickup at the Ticket Office. There is a $2 per ticket processing fee for orders placed by phone. The fee is waived for Internet orders. Please keep your tickets in a safe place. Lost tickets cannot be replaced.
The Ticket Office is open during regular park hours. For additional information, please call 1-877-TWEETSIE (877-893-3874). On Ghost Train nights, no tickets will be sold after 10:00 p.m.
Many nights sell out in advance. If there are tickets available you may purchase them at the Ticket Office, but we strongly recommend that you purchase advance tickets either online or through our toll-free Ticket Order Line at 1-877-TWEETSIE (877-893-3874).
No—they are two separate events. Daytime shows and attractions have our famous Wild West theme. The nighttime operation is Halloween-oriented. The park closes at 6:00 p.m. for the daytime operation and reopens at 7:30 p.m. for the Ghost Train.
The Ghost Train will be held regardless of the weather. Tickets may be refunded or 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 per ticket for refunds and a $10 fee per order for ticket exchange.
Boone and Blowing Rock offer a variety of lodging options. October is a very busy time in the mountains and we recommend that you make reservations in advance.
Information on accommodations, shopping, dining, and other attractions in the region can be found at:
|Freaky Forest||Yes, with some restrictions|
|Tweetsie Palace Spooktacular||Yes|
|Rides||Have various height and age limitations|