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Everyone at Asheville’s Spa Theology is looking forward to Halloween. Some of the fabulous massage therapists at our North Carolina day spa have kids and will be taking them trick-or-treating. Other members of our spa team are looking forward to indulging in some grownup celebrations.
There will certainly be no shortage of fun festivities in Asheville this month as Halloween draws near. But there’s good news for anyone who lists Halloween as one of their favorite days of the year – as Explore Asheville tells us, you don’t need to wait for Halloween to enjoy spooky thrills in Asheville.
- Haunted Asheville Tours: Developed by paranormal expert and TV personality Joshua P. Warren, these are the only tours to include admission to the Asheville Mystery Museum, located in the basement of the Asheville Masonic Temple. In 2018, Country Living highlighted Haunted Asheville Ghost Tours as one of 20 top ghost tours across America. And, if you’re interested, Haunted Asheville also happens to offer a haunted pub crawl for those 21 and over.
- Gray Line of Asheville’s Haunted History & Murder Mystery Tour: Enjoy Asheville’s ghoulish delights from the comfort – and security – of one of the tour’s iconic red trolleys. You don’t have The tours are offered Monday through Saturday. Tours end in mid-November.
- Dark Ride Tours: This new addition to Asheville’s spirited side offers an intimate tour experience aboard a haunted 1970s-ers hearse. In Greek mythology, Charon is the one who ferries the souls of the newly deceased across the river Styx to Hades. In Asheville, Charon chauffeurs these tours around Riverside Cemetery and the French Broad River. We hear that there will be a special treat on the Halloween night tours.
- LaZoom Haunted Comedy Tour: Those who want to be scared silly can climb on an odd purple bus and join hosts like Thomas Wolfeman, Hellena Handbasket and Ghoulish Gary for a hilarious and hair-raising glimpse of Asheville (must be 17 years of age or older).
And when it comes to the sweet side of Halloween, who needs candy corn when you can enjoy French Broad Chocolate, a bean-to-bar chocolate artisan based in downtown Asheville close to Spa Theology. You can even celebrate Halloween with a very sweet French Broad Chocolate Massage at Asheville’s SpaTheology. It’s the ultimate in chocolate decadence!
Call 828.255.4171 for more information.