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Haunted Town Tours
October 30, 2021 @ 7:00 pm
Tours presented by the Concrete Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with local businesses.
Haunted Town Tours
Saturdays, October 23 & 30, 2021
Tours start at 7:00 p.m. each night
Town Center, Concrete, Washington
$20 per person
Note: When purchasing your ticket, be sure to use the drop-down menu to select the start date and time you desire, and CHOOSE YOUR ENDING*! Each tour is approximately 40 minutes long.
Travel back in time to the early 1900s, when Concrete was a lawless village of miners, loggers, mill-hands and cement plant workers. Where there were more brothels than churches, and plenty of hardworking, hard-living characters. Those people are long gone, dead and forgotten…or are they? On some October nights, you’ll see evidence to the contrary.
Get ready to journey into a world of creepiness as you experience Concrete’s haunted walking tour!
You’ll start your tour near the Concrete Chamber Office, located in the East County Resource Center, 45770 Main Street in Concrete. Our greeters will get you started, remind you of safety precautions and send you on your way into the haunted town. We hope you make it out on the other side.
Tickets are limited and timing is important. Please be in line on time. Early arrivals will need to wait; late arrivals may have to forfeit their tour. Thanks for understanding.
* CHOOSE YOUR ENDING
When purchasing your ticket, you have a choice between two endings: you’ll visit the HAUNTED MUSEUM at the end, or you’ll be escorted through the MAZE OF MADNESS to end your night in Concrete. Choose wisely, the museum is historic and creepy, the maze is downright crazy and NOT for the faint of heart.
Q. How does the tour work?
A. Choose your night and time, choose your ENDING. Then arrive at the time you’ve purchased a ticket for. Check in using a paper ticket that you’ve printed or show us the confirmation on your phone.
Q. Is this event appropriate for young children?
A. The tours are designed for ages 14 and older. Younger children may be frightened by some of the characters, costumes and scenes being depicted.
Q. Are masks required?
A. Yes. Parts of the tour take place inside our haunted buildings.
Q. Can someone in a wheelchair or using a walker navigate the tour?
A. Some parts can be accessed, but a lot of the tour includes uneven pavement and steps. If you’d like help with accommodations, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org before purchasing tickets.