Halloween Haunted Houses in Connecticut
Enjoy Halloween this year by visiting some of the local commercial haunted houses in Connecticut 2015. It is not the zombies, freaks, vampires, devils, or spirits you need to worry about. These ghosts don’t connect with humans very well. Connecticut haunts bring lots of thrills and terror to visitors in October.
Also check out Funtober’s America’s Best Top 100 Haunted Houses in 2013 (with videos). So no matter where you are located in Connecticut, you are only a few hours from some killer haunted houses.
Best Haunted Houses in Connecticut
Trail of Terror – 60 N Plains Hwy., Wallingford, CT 06492
The Trail is an outdoor attraction that has been frightening folks for 20 years. It is the best haunt in the state. Tickets are available for $20 online for guaranteed admission on the night of your choice. Doors open at 7 pm and close at 11 pm on Friday and Saturday or 10 pm on Sunday. Funtober names Trail of Terror the #1 Haunted House in Connecticut. Open weekends October 2nd through November 1st.
Darkwalk Haunted Camp Tour- Andover, CT (annual event not running in 2015)
The Haunted Graveyard at Lake Compounce – 822 Lake Ave, Bristol, CT 06010
The Haunted Graveyard is a full entertainment experience at the amusement park Lake Compounce. It has been open for 14 years. The Haunted Graveyard runs Friday and Saturday nights from dusk to midnight every weekend in October and until 10:00 pm on Sunday nights. Military and group discounts are available. There are 17 dark rides during this event. Also expect to find werewolves, spiders, vampires, witches, demons, and the Grim Reaper among the many attractions at the Haunted Graveyard. The assortment of attractions includes Reapers Realm, Cemetery, Slaughter House, Cornfield, Bat Cave, Zombie Forest, Jungle, Mayan Temple, Dungeon, Fear of Death, and The Mist.
Dark Manor – 25 Main Street, Versailles, CT
Dark Manor opens for its 11th season in 2015. Tickets online are $22 for two attractions at one low price. Featured are The Manor and The Haunted Graveyard. Doors open at 6:30 pm.
Noah Webster Hauntings – West Hartford, CT
West Hartford Hauntings is a frightening nighttime tour of one of West Hartford’s oldest Cemeteries. Guests make their way to the North Cemetery on North Main Street, where they meet a costumed guide. The guide leads them through the grounds, stopping at several vignettes which are based on events in the lives of real past residents of West Hartford. Begins October 23, 2015.
Haunted Isle – 17 River Street, East Haven, CT 06512
Haunted Isle is really a spooky train ride. The attractions runs from 7 pm to 10 pm on Friday and Saturday nights from September 26th.
A Haunting at Mill Hill – 2 East Wall Street, Norwalk, CT
Take a lantern light tour through the historic Mill Hill graveyard. The attraction runs at 6 pm, 7:30 pm and 9 pm. It will operate on October 23rd and 24th. Adult tickets are $13 to $15.
New Haven Haunted Houses
The second largest city in Connecticut has two nearby haunted attractions. The Trail of Terror in Wallingford, CT, will open for its 20th year in 2014. Last year, the outdoor haunt raised over $100,000 for charity. Walk through 30 interactive scenes with over 70 terror characters. Trail of Terror continues to be one of the most frightening haunted places in Connecticut. Many vote it the best outdoor haunted attraction in the country. All proceeds go to charity. Located at 60 North Plains Highway, Wallingford, CT 06492.
North Haven, CT
The Only Scream In Town – 275 alley Service Road, North Haven, CT
A 5400 square foot freakishly surreal attraction called CT Dedical comes with in your face actors and high tech scares. Walk the half mile trail, escape through the Abyss Manor, ride the Gore Carts, and play a little Thriller Mini Golf. Attraction is open nights from September 25th. Doors are open 7 pm until 11 pm on Friday and Saturday or until 10 pm on Thursday.
Hartford Haunted Houses
Residents of the capital of Connecticut will find a haunted woods walk in Coventry. The Lantern Tour also includes a tavern visit before the woods walk ends at a bonfire for haunters to enjoy.
Waterbury Haunted Houses
There’s two haunted attractions near Waterbury, located north of New Haven and West of Hartford. Spooky Kingdom is a free garage and backyard haunt located in Plantsville that accepts donations for the Alzheimer’s Association.
Nightmare on Wolcott Street – 1058 Wolcott St., Waterbury, CT
An indoor haunted attraction with over 55 rooms of terror. It features creepy sounds, animation, live characters, and lots of blood and gore.
Norwich Haunted Houses
Scaring folks since 2005, Dark Manor is a two floor indoor attraction as well as a haunted graveyard and village outdoors. The Dark Manor is now two attractions in one for the ticket price. Additional date in October will be announced. The haunted house is located at 25 Main Street, Versailles, CT 06351. They describe this address as the place where terror lives in Connecticut.
East Windsor, CT
Rails To The Darkside – 58 North Road, East Windsor, Conn.
Haunt is held at the Connecticut Trolley Museum On Friday and Saturday evenings in October. Doors are open from 7 pm until 9:30 pm. Tickets are $16. Travel the trolley line that opened back in 1906 as it travels through the backwoods of East Windsor. You cannot run away so beware and be very afraid.
Amity Road Horror – 667 Amity Road, Bethany, CT
Former mine owner Hauntington was sentenced for criminal murders back in 1955. He recently escaped and rumors are he is wrecking havoc on the former burial grounds along Amity road. Attraction is open on Friday and Saturday from October 2nd. Doors open on Friday and Saturday from 7 pm until 11 pm or until 10 pm on all other nights.
State By State List of Halloween Haunted Houses
If you live in Southwest Connecticut, near Stamford or Greenwich, then you aren’t far from the fabulous New York City haunted houses. And if you live in Northeast CT, you aren’t far from some incredible haunted houses in Rhode Island and Boston.
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