Best Halloween-Themed Events In MinnesotaGet in the Halloween spirit!
Soap Factory's Haunted Basement Explores Fear Fans' Worst NightmaresThe Soap Factory's annual horrific event, the "Haunted Basement," is back for a ninth year. Small groups are brought into the dark depths, forced to wonder, "Will I be lost, separated and stuck in here forever?"
WCCO Saturday Morning Links & Recap (Oct. 10)Haunted basements, fall colors, swap meets and the Minnesota Wild are just four of the things Natalie Nyhus and Mike Augustyniak covered on WCCO Saturday morning. Here are more details about these, and several other, great events going on this weekend in Minnesota. People started moving out of urban centers for a quieter and slower pace of life about 65 years ago. The Minnesota History Center's new exhibit, "Suburbia," takes a look at what many historians consider one of the most important events in U.S. history. Suburbia opens Saturday at 10 a.m. Tickets are $11 for adults and $6 for kids.
Tickets Go On Sale Early For 9th Annual Haunted BasementIt's still summer, but The Soap Factory in Minneapolis wants to get you ready for Halloween chills. Tickets already are on sale for the ninth annual Haunted Basement.
One Of Minnesota's Scariest Haunted Houses Opens In MinneapolisAre you ready for some scares? And we are talking real scares. The Haunted Basement at The Soap Factory in Minneapolis is one of the most frightening haunted houses in the state, if not the Midwest.
Soap Factory Haunted Basement Still The Most ThrillingThis is a warning -- Halloween is almost here, and it's time to get terrified. One of the creepiest haunted houses is open. It's so scary you have to sign a waiver before going through.
Best Haunted Houses For Adults In MinnesotaLooking for a good scare this Halloween? Check out these adult-friendly haunts.
Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best BetsIt's Thursday, and that means it's time to start planning your weekend. Halloween is just around the corner, so it may be time to get your scare on. Not into that? How about a little German beer?