Haunted Houses in Georgia for Halloween
Find all the Halloween haunted houses in Georgia below in the Funtober directory of haunted attractions for 2016. We list all the haunted trails, haunted houses, haunted hayrides, scream parks, and more below. In September and October scary entertainment is one of the largest industries.
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Find below a list of haunted houses in Georgia 2015, with dates, locations, them, and prices for popular haunted houses, and then an information summary of the most popular haunted attractions. We have separate attraction links and listings for haunted houses USA, haunted corn mazes, haunted trails, haunted zombie paintball, haunted forests, haunted hayrides, and ghost tours.
Scarehouse of the South – Intersection of Hwy 221 & 56, Gillis Springs, GA
A nightmare at your worst is this 6400 square foot mansion. A one of a kind experience. Tickets are $15. It begins at dark. They run a creative, original, adrenaline packed horror show unique for the southeast. Attraction opens Friday and Saturday starting October 10th.
Atlanta Haunted Houses
One of the world’s busiest airports, Atlanta also has some of the world’s best haunted houses. Grab your friends and plan an evening of scary fun.
Netherworld Haunted House – 6624 Dawson Blvd., Norcross, Georgia
Netherworld in Atlanta just might be the best haunted house in Georgia if not the country. Each year it seems to just get better with new scenes, sets, and screams. This years theme is The Season Of The Witch in the main haunt attraction followed by the basement show SPLICED. It takes about one hour to go through Netherworld not counting for the long wait lines. Netherworld Haunted House is open beginning the weekend of September 25th from 7 pm to 11 pm. It runs Monday through Thursdays are from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm. Friday and Saturday nights the attraction runs 7 pm to midnight. Tickets are vary based on the attraction, combos, and night of the week. Basic tickets start at $22. Be aware of the horrific plot to punish all of mankind that went awry. Try to survive the giant bugs, wasps, spiders, and maggots. These places are beyond scary. Funtober names Netherworld the #1 Haunted House in Georgia.
13 Stories Haunted House, 320 Temple Ave., Newman, GA 30263
Your deepest fears await in 2014 as this haunt has both 13 Stories and Horror Hill under one 54,000 square foot roof. Another extremely scary haunted house is 13 Stories. There are four attractions here. 13 Stories have a combined ticket price of $25. Here you can wear your costume but no face mask. They have fog, strobe lights, gory creatures, loud sounds, and loud music. Expect to find rats, spiders, snakes, roaches, and maybe a 3D clown. 13 Stories will be starting September 25th. The attractions are 13 Stories, Vertigo, Horror Hill Zombie Alley, and Clown Haus. Ask about a separate attraction called 13 Xtreme. Horror Hill – 320 Temple Ave., Newman, GA. Attraction is now part of 13 Stories.
Chambers of Horror – The Masquerade, 695 North Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA
Chambers of Horror is open everyday from October 1st through November 2nd. This 6000 square foot haunt has been open and scary for 5 years. Onsite is Splatter Bar and Lounge which serves drinks and food plus live music without needing to purchase a ticket. Chamber of Horror is all about torture and pain. It is scary and the actors will insult and disturb you. The hours for Friday and Saturday are 8 pm to 1 am and closes the other nights at midnight. Note this is adults only so no one under age 18 admitted.
Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse – 4215 Thurman Road, Conley, Georgia 30288
It takes about 60 minutes to go through the 3 attractions at the Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse which is housed in the Safety Wolf Recreation Outpost. Zombie Killer attraction is about apocalyptic survivors and the war with blood thirsty zombies. A ticket to Zombie Apocalypse will search for the missing dead. Also available is a great Zombie Shoot paintball until inside through the halls. The open dates are Friday and Saturday nights in October. You can wear your costume with the mask here. Box office opens at 7:30 pm and attraction closes at 12 am on Friday and Saturday nights.
Folklore Haunted House, 5389 N. Main St., Acworth, GA.
The theme of Folklore is that evil has many forms. Demons, tortured souls, vampires come from legends and fables. All new attraction and location for 2015. Opens September 25th.
Gates of Misery, 174 Chatillon Road, Rome, GA 30161
The legend is that no one has ever escaped the misery, pain, and screams at the Gates of Misery. This is a 12,000 square foot haunt filled with tortures and nightmares in a two story building. Tickets are $15 every Friday and Saturday nights from October 2nd. Gates open at 7:30 pm. New for 2015 is The Hatchet Family Reunion.
Fear the Woods, 13 Reagan Road ( Hwy 155), Stockbridge, GA 30281
Fear in the Woods has a Haunted Hayride, Haunted Barn, Haunted Trail, Zombie Paintball Hayride, Reptile Exhibit, and Pumpkin cannon. Tickets priced from $17 to $30 every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night after 7 pm in October plus Halloween night.
Six Flags Fright Fest – 275 Riverside Parkway, Austell, Ga 30168.
Fright Fest is one of the largest haunted attractions in the country. They convert Six Flags into a full Halloween haunt with lots of scare attractions and entertainment. Entertainment includes Southern Cemetery Conjuring, Salem Witch Trials, Bayou Bloodlush, Gotham City, Cemetery of the Undead, Asylum, The Last Ride and many more new attractions. Also many of Six Flags great rides have been re-themed and operating during Fright Fest. Save money and buy your tickets online.
Bloodwood Trail, 196 Painter Road, Rome, GA 30165
The main attraction is Psychophobia at Bloodwood Trail. Expect to find chainsaws, the Grim Reaper, and monsters. Attraction present Death. Fight off the walking dead. Run the Gauntlet. Doors open at 8 pm every Friday and Saturday nights.
Nightmares Gate, 4179 Vansant Road, Douglasville, GA 30135
Experience Georgia’s own zombie prison riot. Tickets available for Nightmares Gate. The attraction is open starting September 25th. Doors open at 8 pm.
Camp Blood, 2277 Whopping Creek Road, Carrollton, GA 30116
Camp Blood has bee scary for more than 17 years. There are more than a few chainsaw carrying psychos running around Carrollton, Georgia. A $20 ticket gets you into Mental-brook Estates and Camp Blood. Additional combo attractions available. Doors open at 9 pm every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night starting September 17th.
Scream on the Trail – 2859 Parkwood Rd., Snellville, GA 30039. (Location for 2015 has not been confirmed. Check website)
Walk through the haunted trail in the deep Georgia backwoods. Tickets are $15. The attractions is open every night in October. Screams on the Trail is open from dark to 10:30 pm every night. Check with the attraction if there is bad weather.
Talmadge Brothers Funeral Home – 501 Hood Road, Jasper, GA
Back again for 2015 is an additional 800 square feet added to Descreated Chapel, The Cemetery, The Caretaker’s Shack, The Horde, and Zombie Paintball. Tickets are $15. Hours are 7:30 pm until 12 am on Friday and Saturday or 11 pm other nights. Opens October 9th.
Sinister Suites Hotel of Horror – 132 W. Solomon Street, Griffin, GA. A 5 story 60,000 square foot walk through haunt attraction. A mind altering and traumatic event. Adult tickets are $20. Open Thursday through Sunday in October.
Creepers Haunted House – 2781 South Cobb Drive, Smyrna, GA 30080. (not opening in 2015)
Fearopolis – 40155 HWY 441 S, Commerce, GA 30529.
Attraction is location at the Funopolis Family Fun Center. It features Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night fun in October. Non-haunt runs 11 am to 7 pm on Friday and Saturday or 12 pm to 7 pm on Sunday. The scary haunt time is 7 pm to 11 pm on Friday and Saturday or 6 pm to 9 pm on Sunday. It features a Paint Ball Shoot Out, Haunted Laser Tag, 3D Psycho Circus Haunted House, a hayride, movies, and games.
Davisboro Haunted House – 211 S. Main St., Davisboro, GA 31018.
Attraction is open Friday and Saturday from October 2nd. Doors open 7 pm. Tickets are $15. A two story Victorian home transformed into Georgia’s scariest haunt.
Trail of Terror – 216 Rope Mill Road, Woodstock, Georgia
Attraction is an annual haunted house sponsored by the Woodstock Jaycees. Event has run for over 20 years. Contact them at 770-926-8336 .
Augusta Haunted Houses
Augusta, Georgia is home to The Masters, where old golfers become zombies. Are you surprised that, once they are done playing this gentleman’s game, they are a bit restless for some more excitement?
Plantation Blood Haunted Attraction – 4127 Wallie Avenue, Augusta, Georgia 30906
Tickets are $22 to this 30,000 square foot entertainment complex. Expect to find a great haunt plus fortune tellers, games, pyrotechnic show, and food. They don’t touch but expect they will violate your personal space. Doors open at 7 pm every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights from September 18th. Plantation Blood is one of the top 100 haunt attractions named by Funtober.
Macon Haunted Houses
Known as the Heart of Georgia, Macon ghosts suffer from the bitter realization that they are no longer the innocent, sweet Georgia peach they used to be.
Underword Haunted House – 366 6th Street, Macon, GA. Also named the Byron Body Farm Haunted Trail. Tickets are $10 for this government experimentation event at warehouse 366. Doors are open from Friday and Saturday nights in October from 7:30 pm to 12 am.
Perry Haunted Barn – 2235 US Highway 41 North, Perry, Georgia, 31069
The Perry Haunted Barn has two attractions. The Barn is $16. Attic is a physical adventure for $9. By physical we mean crawling through tight spaces on your hands and knees as you escape the unknown lurking in the attic. The attractions are open Friday and Saturday nights starting September 25th. Check the website for hours schedule.
Haunted Montrose – 2nd Street, Montrose, GA 31065
Tickets on Friday and Saturday tickets are $22. Thursday and Sunday tickets are $16. Doors open at 6:30 pm. The attraction is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights from October 2nd. Featured attractions are the Old Slaughterhouse, Havoc 3D, Experimental, and Raven.
Halls of Havoc – 7536 Knoxville Rd., Lizella, GA 31052
The attraction has not announced any 2015 information. The haunt is an old schoolhouse where screams of horror can be heard.
Roswell Haunted Houses
Roswell was home to comedian Jeff Foxworthy off and on during the 1990s. The victims of his comedy routines ensure that the residents of this area don’t rest easy in October.
Paranoia Haunted House – 2075 Marietta Highway, Canton, GA 30114.
Paranoia opens October 2nd. The two attractions are Blood Factory and Infectious. Gates open at 7:30 pm and close 12 am on most Fridays and Saturday nights or 11 pm other nights. General Admission is $20. Get the combo ticket for $25 to get into both attractions.
Albany Haunted Houses
Notably, one of the nicknames for Albany, Georgia is The Good Life City. We don’t know how the nickname became popular, but we do know where you can find a few residents who didn’t enjoy the good life in Albany.
Albany Frightnights Haunted House – 2601 Dawson Road, Albany, GA
They are back for 2015 at the former JoAnn Fabric location. Expect lots of fun on weekends this October.
Cagle’s Haunted Barn – 362 Stringer Rd., Canton, GA 30115.
All new for 2015 with live actors and new scenes designed to scare the life from you. Now in its 5th year. Tickets are $12. Attraction is open Friday and Saturday nights.
Savannah Haunted Houses
Savannah is one of the most haunted places in the country because of General Sherman’s march from Atlanta to Savannah during the Civil War. There’s so many real haunted houses, they have no need to go to fake ones.
Valdosta Haunted Houses
Valdosta was named TittleTown USA in 2008 by ESPN due to the success of, among other athletes, the football team at Valdosta High School. We expect that a few of these sports heroes now haunt the houses of Valdosta.
Also find at Funtober information on corn mazes, ghost tours, pumpkin patches, and home haunts.
House on Horror Hill by North Fulton Jaycees – Corner of Highway 9 and Willis Rd., Alpharetta, GA
An annual event put on by the Jaycees, it has run for over 33 years.
Home Haunts (New List of Home Haunted Houses for Halloween 2014).
Clarkston – BOOtello Haunted House 1138 Otello Ave., Clarkston
Guyton – The UnDead Cemetery 140 Brittany Lane, Guyton
Best Haunted Houses in Georgia
- Netherworld Haunted House – 6624 Dawson Blvd., Norcross, Georgia 30093
- Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse – Atlanta, Georgia
- Haunted Montrose
- Planatation Blood
- 13 Stories Haunted House – 2975 Ring Road, Kennesaw, Georgia 30144
- Six Flags Fright Fest – Atlanta, Georgia
Nearby Haunted Attractions
The Atlanta haunted houses are fabulous. But if you live close to another state, it may be quicker to jump across the border to one of these haunted attractions.
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