This Is the Scariest Haunted House in Your State



Slide 1 of 51: There’s no better way to get into the Halloween spirit than by purposely scaring the crap out of yourself — after all, that’s why haunted houses were created. Here, the scariest ones in every state.
Slide 2 of 51: In addition to the 50,000-square-foot haunted attraction, you’ll also have a chance to meet actors from popular horror flicks at the Atrox Factory in Leeds.BOOK NOW
Slide 3 of 51: Known for their 3D rooms (glasses included with admission!) and endless clowns, Fright Nite Manor in Anchorage is sure to be a frighteningly good time. It's also the longest running haunted house in Alaska, and has been in the scaring business since 1985.BOOK NOW
Slide 4 of 51: The 13th Floor Haunted House in Phoenix is guaranteed to fright and delight those who dare take the elevator up to the 13th floor and meet the monsters that lurk there. They change their attractions every year making sure you'll never be scared the same way twice.BOOK NOW
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Slide 5 of 51: Do you have the stomach to make it through "over 15,000 square feet of horror with 30 scenes of blood, gore and mayhem?" The Reaper Haunted House, located in North Little Rock, is known as the scariest attraction in all of Arkansas.BOOK NOW
Slide 6 of 51: Reign of Terror Haunted House is a 100-room haunt in Thousand Oaks featuring nine terrifying attractions; the newest one debuts this year. They’re all connected, so when you’re done with one room, you immediately move onto the next.BOOK NOW
Slide 7 of 51: In Colorado Springs lives the terrifyingly great Hellscream Haunted House. Known for its movie quality special effects and costume designs, this place has been voted Colorado's scariest over and over again. In audition to the freaky haunted house, Hellscream also features haunted mines and a scary escape room for endless frightful fun.BOOK NOW
Slide 8 of 51: Founded in 1995, the Trail of Terror in Wallingford is a hugely popular haunted attraction. Beyond good fun and frights, Trail of Terror is also a non-profit organization that donates proceeds straight back into the community. Awww.BOOK NOW
Slide 9 of 51: Frightland is a self-titled "scream park" in Middletown that has been named one of the Top Ten Scariest Haunted Attractions in America by the Travel Channel. There are eight highlights, including a hayride, a haunted barn, and woods filled with ghoulish delights.BOOK NOW
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Slide 10 of 51: Located near Tampa Bay, Scream-A-Geddon is a guaranteed horrifying experience with six fun attractions, a creepy midway, and a beer garden (nice). BOOK NOW
Slide 11 of 51: Atlanta's Netherworld Haunted House has been around since 1997, and is super popular. They're known for hosting an "intense, cutting edge, multi story, multi attraction event." Sounds ideal this spooky season. Their professional-quality special effects, costumes, and sets are sure to scare you silly.BOOK NOW
Slide 12 of 51: Located on an actual haunted village, Waipahu's Haunted Plantation is a guaranteed fright claiming that "you will be chased and taunted by spirits of old Hawaii." Beyond just the legend, the attraction itself features high-quality makeup, actors, and special effects to give you a good scare aloha-style.BOOK NOW
Slide 13 of 51: With 35 acres of scares, including a 55-ft slide into darkness, an additional haunted house, and a spooky corn maze, Caldwell's Haunted World has plenty of things to be afraid of. They also have 20 years under their belt of scaring Idaho, making this a hugely popular place every Halloween.BOOK NOW
Slide 14 of 51: Statesville Haunted Prison in Lockport is sure to terrify all that venture to it! First, you pass through 23 maximum security cells with over 100 creepy prisoners and then you enter the horrifying City of the Dead.BOOK NOW
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Slide 15 of 51: Once home to the Batesville Coffin Company, the Fear Factory in Batesville is 30,000 feet of horror-filled exhibits and mazes. Plus, all proceeds go toward educating kids about the dangers of drugs and alcohol, so that kinda rules.BOOK NOW
Slide 16 of 51: The Slaughterhouse in Des Moines is a terrifying place with professional-quality special effects, makeup, and scary sets. The rest of the year this place is actually a real meat processing factory, OMG.BOOK NOW
Slide 17 of 51: This attraction in Junction City will def make your heart pound. The haunted house focuses on the details, creating a scary, immersive experience filled with strobe lights, jump scare, and gory scenes.BOOK NOW
Slide 18 of 51: Located in Louisville, this haunted scream park is a guaranteed hit for Halloween. It features five scary attractions including an interactive zombie play that you get to star in. Can you escape? Visit Asylum Haunted Scream Park to find out, y'all.BOOK NOW
Slide 19 of 51: Baton Rouge's 13th Gate Haunted House comes with a warning that not everyone can handle the terror. That may include being lost in a dark tunnel and standing on a bridge over hundreds of live snakes.BOOK HERE
Slide 20 of 51: Destination Haunt in Lebanon takes you on a haunted trail where you encounter cemeteries, evil clowns, and more.BOOK NOW
Slide 21 of 51: The nightmare-inducing attractions at Legends of the Fog in Aberdeen include zombies, a haunted hayride, a creepy circus, and a corn maze.BOOK NOW
Slide 22 of 51: You'll pop in and out of run-down buildings at the Fear Town Haunted House in Seekonk, where you'll encounter monsters and ghosts in hiding.BOOK NOW
Slide 23 of 51: The Erebus haunted house in Pontiac is based on the legend that Dr. J. Colbert built the world’s first working time machine in the area, but that it malfunctioned and instead attacked those who tried to use it. Get ready for things to bite, grab, and even fly at you.BOOK NOW
Slide 24 of 51: Are you afraid of the dark? Try walking through the woods with nothing but a lantern or interacting with clowns and the Circus Asylum at Scream Town in Chaska.BOOK NOW
Slide 25 of 51: Tupelo Haunted Castle has four different haunted paths, from The Haunted Castle itself to Lost in the Darkness. There's even an obstacle that can only be completed by a single person at a time and requires participants to sign a waiver first.BOOK NOW
Slide 26 of 51: This five-story haunted house in Kansas City has been running for 45 years and even features the world's longest living snake. Focusing on all types of phobias, and always promising something fresh and fearful, The Edge of Hell is a Halloween must.BOOK NOW
Slide 27 of 51: You’ll encounter zombie-filled graveyards and "clown-infested playgrounds" through the three-acre cornfield at Field of Screams in Victor.BOOK NOW
Slide 28 of 51: You can actually spend the night at Camp Fear in Elkhorn, but if you’re not up for a spooky sleepover, the attraction also has options like the interactive Toxic Haunt, where you try to kill zombies.BOOK NOW
Slide 29 of 51: The Asylum & Hotel Fear has true Las Vegas flair. You move between two haunted houses following a murderous plot that takes place in a hotel with traps and hidden doors.BOOK NOW
Slide 30 of 51: You’ll not only want to look behind you at the Haunted Overload in Lee, but up as well. A number of the spooky spectacles, like a 34-foot monster, actually loom above you.BOOK NOW
Slide 31 of 51: The legendary Brighton Asylum in Passaic, might just be the scariest place on earth. It was shut down in 1952 due to staff members and patients mysteriously disappearing... creepy. BOOK NOW
Slide 32 of 51: McCall’s Haunted Farm in Moriarty has a dark (fictional) history. It was rumored Farmer McCall slaughtered his wife and children here and that visitors have gone missing over the years. Do you dare walk through the haunted cornfield or enter the barn-turned-butcher shop?BOOK NOW
Slide 33 of 51: You’ll walk from one themed room to the next, like The Crypt and Hannibal’s Hell, at Blood Manor in Manhattan, which is 5,000 square-feet of sheer terror.BOOK NOW
Slide 34 of 51: Kersey Valley Spookywoods in Archdale really wants you to feel part of the action. Expect special effects such as lights, sounds, smells, air pressure change, and claustrophobic spaces.BOOK NOW
Slide 35 of 51: The Haunted Fort in Mandan was once the Custer House, and it is said to still be haunted by its one-time inhabitants. But the creators decided to embrace classic Hollywood horror instead and fill the attraction with classics like Freddy Kruger, Jigsaw, and more.BOOK NOW
Slide 36 of 51: With names like the Slaughter House, Shadows, Circus of Death, and House of Nightmare, you’ll be lucky if you make it out of 7 Floors of Hell in Middleburg Heights.BOOK NOW
Slide 37 of 51: The Trail of Fear Haunted Scream Park in Lawton makes you navigate through a series of scary scenes, including a haunted hayride and a 3D maze.BOOK NOW
Slide 38 of 51: Expect to be terrified by some of the world’s scariest oddities at the House of Shadows in Gresham. There, you’ll encounter a voodoo-themed area, monsters, and more.BOOK NOW
Slide 39 of 51: Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia gets even spookier around Halloween, when the former prison becomes a massive haunted house that takes a little less than an hour to walk through. Bonus: Grab a drink at The Speakeasy in Al Capone's cell.BOOK NOW
Slide 40 of 51: Scary Acres in Hope starts with a wagon ride into the zombie-filled woods before you navigate a corn maze with nothing but a flashlight. Finally, you'll find the Fun House of Fears, where an evil clown or two may be lurking. Gulp.BOOK NOW
Slide 41 of 51: The Dark Knight’s Terror Trail in Elgin has a Zombie Zone, where it’s up to you combat the living dead to make it out alive. Cool cool cool. Def gonna survive.BOOK NOW
Slide 42 of 51: This haunted house in Brookings features fog, scary actors, animatronics, and an escape room at the end... enter if you dare.BOOK NOW
Slide 43 of 51: Tennessee's finest offers six haunted houses in one location, as well as creepy carnival games and a few escape room activities. The makeup and special effects are professional-quality and seriously spooky.BOOK NOW
Slide 44 of 51: The House of Torment in Austin offers three haunting attractions plus escape games and a spooky bar. Highly rated and seriously terrifying, this place is a must-see for Halloween activities.BOOK NOW
Slide 45 of 51: Salt Lake City's Fear Factory is so scary that you have to sign a waiver before going. Seriously. It features six buildings of terror with over 100 freaky actors and optional add-ons like a zip-line (wut).BOOK NOW
Slide 46 of 51: This all-volunteer show in Essex Junction is filled with all kinds of creative and fun frights—you can even be a part of the show (so beware). On the last night they're open, prepare to get very dirty and covered in (fake) blood as they bring the horror up close and personal.BOOK NOW
Slide 47 of 51: This haunted house in Leesburg is *actually* haunted, and brave guests can explore three levels of the creepy manor as well as visit the spooky carnival in the basement.BOOK NOW
Slide 48 of 51: The Georgetown Morgue in Seattle is a super creepy haunted house filled set in an actual morgue that was built in 1928. Think ghosts. Lots of ghosts.BOOK NOW
Slide 49 of 51: This asylum was built in the mid-1800s, and during October they offer creepy flashlight tours of the building. There have been lots of "apparition sightings, unexplainable voices and sounds, and other paranormal activity." So... that's cool.BOOK NOW
Slide 50 of 51: The Burial  Chamber in Neenah feature five full attractions with over 100 scary actors and plenty frightful scenes. One of the main attractions shows you what it's like to actually be buried alive, which... nah.BOOK NOW
Slide 51 of 51: This self-proclaimed "old school" haunted house has been running for 30 years and is guaranteed to delight and fright all who dare to enter. Plus, you are given only a glow-stick to light your way through, so good luck!BOOK NOW

There’s no better way to get into the Halloween spirit than by purposely scaring the crap out of yourself — after all, that’s why haunted houses were created. Here, the scariest ones in every state.

Alabama: Atrox Factory

In addition to the 50,000-square-foot haunted attraction, you’ll also have a chance to meet actors from popular horror flicks at the Atrox Factory in Leeds.

BOOK NOW

Alaska: Fright Nite Manor

Known for its 3D rooms (glasses included with admission!) and endless clowns, Fright Nite Manor in Anchorage is sure to be a frighteningly good time. It’s also the longest running haunted house in Alaska, and has been in the scaring business since 1985.

BOOK NOW

Arizona: 13th Floor Haunted House

The 13th Floor Haunted House in Phoenix is guaranteed to fright and delight those who dare take the elevator up to the 13th floor and meet the monsters that lurk there. They change their attractions every year making sure you’ll never be scared the same way twice.

BOOK NOW

Arkansas: The Reaper Haunted House

Do you have the stomach to make it through “over 15,000 square feet of horror with 30 scenes of blood, gore and mayhem?” The Reaper Haunted House, located in North Little Rock, is known as the scariest attraction in all of Arkansas.

BOOK NOW

California: Reign of Terror Haunted House

Reign of Terror Haunted House is a 100-room haunt in Thousand Oaks featuring nine terrifying attractions; the newest one debuts this year. They’re all connected, so when you’re done with one room, you immediately move onto the next.

BOOK NOW

Colorado: Hellscream Haunted House

In Colorado Springs lives the terrifyingly great Hellscream Haunted House. Known for its movie quality special effects and costume designs, this place has been voted Colorado’s scariest over and over again. In audition to the freaky haunted house, Hellscream also features haunted mines and a scary escape room for endless frightful fun.

BOOK NOW

Connecticut: Trail of Terror

Founded in 1995, the Trail of Terror in Wallingford is a hugely popular haunted attraction. Beyond good fun and frights, Trail of Terror is also a non-profit organization that donates proceeds straight back into the community. 

BOOK NOW

Delaware: Frightland

Frightland is a self-titled “scream park” in Middletown that has been named one of the Top Ten Scariest Haunted Attractions in America by the Travel Channel. There are eight highlights, including a hayride, a haunted barn, and woods filled with ghoulish delights.

BOOK NOW

Florida: Scream-A-Geddon

Located near Tampa Bay, Scream-A-Geddon is a guaranteed horrifying experience with six fun attractions, a creepy midway, and a beer garden (nice).

BOOK NOW

Georgia: Netherworld Haunted House

Atlanta’s Netherworld Haunted House has been around since 1997, and is super popular. It’s known for hosting an “intense, cutting edge, multi story, multi attraction event.” Sounds ideal this spooky season. Its professional-quality special effects, costumes, and sets are sure to scare you silly.

BOOK NOW

Hawaii: Haunted Plantation

Located on an actual haunted village, Waipahu’s Haunted Plantation is a guaranteed fright claiming that “you will be chased and taunted by spirits of old Hawaii.” Beyond just the legend, the attraction itself features high-quality makeup, actors, and special effects to give you a good scare aloha-style.

BOOK NOW

Idaho: Haunted World

With 35 acres of scares, including a 55-ft slide into darkness, an additional haunted house, and a spooky corn maze, Caldwell’s Haunted World has plenty of things to be afraid of. They also have 20 years under their belt of scaring Idaho, making this a hugely popular place every Halloween.

BOOK NOW

Illinois: Statesville Haunted Prison

Statesville Haunted Prison in Lockport is sure to terrify all that venture to it! First, you pass through 23 maximum security cells with over 100 creepy prisoners and then you enter the horrifying City of the Dead.

BOOK NOW

Indiana: Fear Factory

Once home to the Batesville Coffin Company, the Fear Factory in Batesville is 30,000 feet of horror-filled exhibits and mazes. Plus, all proceeds go toward educating kids about the dangers of drugs and alcohol, so that kinda rules.

BOOK NOW

Iowa: The Slaughterhouse Haunted Attraction

The Slaughterhouse in Des Moines is a terrifying place with professional-quality special effects, makeup, and scary sets. The rest of the year this place is actually a real meat processing factory.

BOOK NOW

Kansas: Zombie Toxin

This attraction in Junction City will def make your heart pound. The haunted house focuses on the details, creating a scary, immersive experience filled with strobe lights, jump scare, and gory scenes.

BOOK NOW

Kentucky: Asylum Haunted Scream Park

Located in Louisville, this haunted scream park is a guaranteed hit for Halloween. It features five scary attractions including an interactive zombie play that you get to star in. Can you escape? Visit Asylum Haunted Scream Park to find out.

BOOK NOW

Louisiana: 13th Gate Haunted House

Baton Rouge’s 13th Gate Haunted House comes with a warning that not everyone can handle the terror. That may include being lost in a dark tunnel and standing on a bridge over hundreds of live snakes.

BOOK HERE

Maine: Destination Haunt

Destination Haunt in Lebanon takes you on a haunted trail where you encounter cemeteries, evil clowns, and more.

BOOK NOW

Maryland: Legends of the Fog

The nightmare-inducing attractions at Legends of the Fog in Aberdeen include zombies, a haunted hayride, a creepy circus, and a corn maze.

BOOK NOW

Massachusetts: Fear Town

You’ll pop in and out of run-down buildings at the Fear Town Haunted House in Seekonk, where you’ll encounter monsters and ghosts in hiding.

BOOK NOW

Michigan: Erebus Haunted House

The Erebus haunted house in Pontiac is based on the legend that Dr. J. Colbert built the world’s first working time machine in the area, but that it malfunctioned and instead attacked those who tried to use it. Get ready for things to bite, grab, and even fly at you.

BOOK NOW

Minnesota: Scream Town

Are you afraid of the dark? Try walking through the woods with nothing but a lantern or interacting with clowns and the Circus Asylum at Scream Town in Chaska.

BOOK NOW

Mississippi: Tupelo Haunted Castle

Tupelo Haunted Castle has four different haunted paths, from The Haunted Castle itself to Lost in the Darkness. There’s even an obstacle that can only be completed by a single person at a time and requires participants to sign a waiver first.

BOOK NOW

Missouri: Edge of Hell

This five-story haunted house in Kansas City has been running for 45 years and even features the world’s longest living snake. Focusing on all types of phobias, and always promising something fresh and fearful, The Edge of Hell is a Halloween must.

BOOK NOW

Montana: Field of Screams

You’ll encounter zombie-filled graveyards and “clown-infested playgrounds” through the three-acre cornfield at Field of Screams in Victor.

BOOK NOW

Nebraska: Camp Fear

You can actually spend the night at Camp Fear in Elkhorn, but if you’re not up for a spooky sleepover, the attraction also has options like the interactive Toxic Haunt, where you try to kill zombies.

BOOK NOW

Nevada: Asylum & Hotel Fear

The Asylum & Hotel Fear has true Las Vegas flair. You move between two haunted houses following a murderous plot that takes place in a hotel with traps and hidden doors.

BOOK NOW

New Hampshire: Haunted Overload

You’ll not only want to look behind you at the Haunted Overload in Lee, but up as well. A number of the spooky spectacles, such as a 34-foot monster, actually loom above you.

BOOK NOW

New Jersey: Brighton Asylum

The legendary Brighton Asylum in Passaic, might just be the scariest place on earth. It was shut down in 1952 due to staff members and patients mysteriously disappearing… creepy.

BOOK NOW

New Mexico: McCall’s Haunted Farm

McCall’s Haunted Farm in Moriarty has a dark (fictional) history. It was rumored Farmer McCall killed his wife and children here and that visitors have gone missing over the years. Do you dare walk through the haunted cornfield or enter the barn-turned-butcher shop?

BOOK NOW

New York: Blood Manor

You’ll walk from one themed room to the next, like The Crypt and Hannibal’s Hell, at Blood Manor in Manhattan, which is 5,000 square feet of sheer terror.

BOOK NOW

North Carolina: Kersey Valley Spookywoods

Kersey Valley Spookywoods in Archdale really wants you to feel part of the action. Expect special effects such as lights, sounds, smells, air pressure change, and claustrophobic spaces.

BOOK NOW

North Dakota: Haunted Fort

The Haunted Fort in Mandan was once the Custer House, and it is said to still be haunted by its one-time inhabitants. But the creators decided to embrace classic Hollywood horror instead and fill the attraction with classics like Freddy Kruger, Jigsaw, and more.

BOOK NOW

Ohio: 7 Floors of Hell

With names like the Slaughter House, Shadows, Circus of Death, and House of Nightmare, you’ll be lucky if you make it out of 7 Floors of Hell in Middleburg Heights.

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Oklahoma: Trail of Fear

The Trail of Fear Haunted Scream Park in Lawton makes you navigate through a series of scary scenes, including a haunted hayride and a 3D maze.

BOOK NOW

Oregon: The House of Shadows

Expect to be terrified by some of the world’s scariest oddities at the House of Shadows in Gresham. There, you’ll encounter a voodoo-themed area, monsters, and more.

BOOK NOW

Pennsylvania: Eastern State Penitentiary

Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia gets even spookier around Halloween, when the former prison becomes a massive haunted house that takes a little less than an hour to walk through. Bonus: Grab a drink at The Speakeasy in Al Capone’s cell.

BOOK NOW

Rhode Island: Scary Acres

Scary Acres in Hope starts with a wagon ride into the zombie-filled woods before you navigate a corn maze with nothing but a flashlight. Finally, you’ll find the Fun House of Fears, where an evil clown or two may be lurking. Gulp.

BOOK NOW

South Carolina: The Dark Knight’s Terror Trail

The Dark Knight’s Terror Trail in Elgin has a Zombie Zone, where it’s up to you combat the living dead to make it out alive. 

BOOK NOW

South Dakota: Fear Asylum Haunted House

This haunted house in Brookings features fog, scary actors, animatronics, and an escape room at the end…enter if you dare.

BOOK NOW

Tennesee: Nashville Nightmare Haunted Houses

Tennessee’s finest offers six haunted houses in one location, as well as creepy carnival games and a few escape room activities. The makeup and special effects are professional-quality and seriously spooky.

BOOK NOW

Texas: House of Torment

The House of Torment in Austin offers three haunting attractions plus escape games and a spooky bar. Highly rated and seriously terrifying, this place is a must-see for Halloween activities.

BOOK NOW

Utah: Fear Factory

Salt Lake City’s Fear Factory is so scary that you have to sign a waiver before going. Seriously. It features six buildings of terror with over 100 freaky actors and optional add-ons like a zip-line (wut).

BOOK NOW

Vermont: Nightmare Vermont

This all-volunteer show in Essex Junction is filled with all kinds of creative and fun frights—you can even be a part of the show (so beware). On the last night they’re open, prepare to get very dirty and covered in (fake) blood as they bring the horror up close and personal.

BOOK NOW

Virginia: Shocktober

This haunted house in Leesburg is *actually* haunted, and brave guests can explore three levels of the creepy manor as well as visit the spooky carnival in the basement.

BOOK NOW

Washington: Georgetown Morgue

The Georgetown Morgue in Seattle is a super creepy haunted house filled set in an actual morgue that was built in 1928. Think ghosts. Lots of ghosts.

BOOK NOW

West Virginia: Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

This asylum was built in the mid-1800s, and during October they offer creepy flashlight tours of the building. There have been lots of “apparition sightings, unexplainable voices and sounds, and other paranormal activity.” So… that’s cool.

BOOK NOW

Wisconsin: Burial Chamber

The Burial Chamber in Neenah feature five full attractions with over 100 scary actors and plenty frightful scenes. One of the main attractions shows you what it’s like to actually be buried alive.

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Wyoming: Nightmare on 17th Street

This self-proclaimed “old school” haunted house has been running for 30 years and is guaranteed to delight and fright all who dare to enter. Plus, you are given only a glow-stick to light your way through, so good luck!

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