Are you trying to get into the Halloween spirit? Then these Montana haunted tours should do the trick! Here are some of the top ‘ghostly’ tours to get excited for.

One of the most popular events is the ghost tours offered at the old Montana Prison in Deer Lodge. The tours allow guests into areas ordinarily not offered to the public, like the hospital wing and death tower. Explore the grounds with special paranormal investigation gear with footage, recordings, and pictures sent to your email. The spookiest part? The tour is overnight from 9 pm to 3 am. There are only a few reservations for October 25 left, so get your tickets soon!

Bozeman, Montana, has a few haunted tours offered too. The Cemetary Walking tour is on October 30 from 4 pm to 5:30 pm. Learn about the local legends, history, and folklore in the historic Sunset Hills Cemetary. Click here to learn more about the Extreme History Project’s spooky events. 

Or take a ghost tour in downtown Bozeman that starts October 29 at 6:30 pm. Tours also go through a building whose recent renovations have caused an increase in paranormal activity. Proceeds from this event go to the local HRDC. The Bozeman Paranormal Society also has its ghost walking tours on November 11 at 8 pm. Learn about the town’s past and the paranormal activity that has happened downtown. This family-friendly event allows kids under the age of 7 to get in for free. Online registration is required, and there are no refunds.

Take a trip to Butte for a haunted underground mine tour. Children, including infants, under the age of eight, are not allowed on the tour. Be sure to wear close-toed shoes and dress warm since the wait line is outside. The underground mine tours run every ten to fifteen minutes with a maximum of ten guests. Funds from the event go to the World Museum of Mining and the Montana tech student clubs.

Make sure to check for availability before attending any of these events. Some require pre-registration.