Chamber’s Crypt Haunted Tour

Four nights of spooks and chills to support the Chamber of Commerce and our local high school Drama Club!

Chamber’s Crypt Haunted Tour

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The 2021 Chamber's Crypt Haunted House has expanded to a HAUNTED TOUR!

The Chamber works hard to create a skin-crawling adventure for participants with the help of youth volunteers from Sturgis Brown High School; students lend their acting and design skills to this frightening event every year to raise funds for club activities. Not only is it fun (and frightening!) for kids and adults, but it helps support our local high school clubs as well!

Attendance in 2020 totaled approximately 600 tickets sold. Participants are led into the basement of a historic Sturgis building on Main Street, the Sturgis Armory. If the spooky ride down the freight elevator doesn’t scare you, the winding array of chilling ghouls, zombies, apparitions, and deadly villains will. This year, participants will have the opportunity to tour three additional spooky locations with wristband access!


Cash only! Purchase a single-location admission ticket for $5/person, or a wristband to visit all FOUR locations in Sturgis for $10. Purchase admission at the Sturgis Armory, 1019 Main Street (corner of Main & Junction) between the hours of 6PM and 8PM on October 28th, 29th, 30th, or 31st.

Open to the Public

  • October 28th 6PM to 8PM
  • October 29th 6PM to 8PM
  • October 30th 6PM to 8PM
  • October 31st 6PM to 8PM


Start at the Sturgis Armory building (1019 Main Street). A map of all four locations will be provided to attendees upon purchase of your wristband at the Armory.


This event is recommended for ages 10+. A kid-friendly "lights on" walkthrough of the haunted house at the Armory building will be announced soon - stay tuned!


If you are interested in volunteering in any way, please contact the Chamber office ASAP at (605) 347-2556 or We need ticket-takers, actors, and construction assistants!

Thank You, Sponsors!

Special thank you to Black Hills Energy, Black Hills Federal Credit Union, Pioneer Bank & Trust, and The Good Witch Cake Shop for supporting this community event!

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