Haunted Houses in Indiana for Halloween 2016
Locate all the 2016 Halloween haunted houses in Indiana at Funtober. We list all the haunted attractions including haunted trails, haunted houses, haunted corn mazes, and more in our Funtober directory of haunted houses. The Midwest has lots are scary entertainment featuring animatronics, air blasters, Hollywood type design sets, live actors, and scent dispensers. Find haunts with ghosts, zombies, creatures, with Jason’s and Freddy’s making for Halloween scary fun.
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Indianapolis Haunted Houses
The ghosts of Indianapolis, Indiana are an especially vicious bunch. They’ve suffered for years as larger, Eastern United States cities failed to give them the recognition worthy of the most populous state capital east of the Mississippi. And now they are taking their revenge out on you.
Indy Scream Park Haunted House – 5211 S. New Columbus Rd., Anderson, IN 46013
There are six haunted houses at the Indy Scream Park. It has a great monster midway with food, games, live entertainment, beer, drinks, and a fire pit. It is open every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from October 2nd through November 1st plus some added dates. Backwoods is a half mile wooded horror trail. Bedlam 3D has 3D crazed clowns. Infected is an infected corn maze. Kuraymi is about demons in the dark. Nachtmahr has 6000 square feet of animatronics and 30 actors. Indy Scream Park is a lot of fun for $20.95 to 31.95 depending on the night you attend. Doors open at 7 pm.
Dark Armies – 2525 N. Shadeland Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46219
There are two separate haunted attractions at Dark Armies with separate entrances and ticket prices. Necropolis is the City of Perpetual Darkness. It is a 30,000 square feet haunt featuring Necropolis Haunted House, Zombie Inn Hotel, and Dark Terrors about power draining accidents. This haunt has been open for 18 years. Buy a single ticket for $18 or get all three haunts for $30. It opens September 25th. Dark Armies is an entertainment facility built around paintball. Hunt the zombies for an hour. Facility is open every day and night 24 hours in October. It is not effected by Necropolis. This attraction is for the both the experienced paintball player and for those who want to try it out. It is lots of fun. Price include the use of all the equipment you will need to play. Suggested you call in advance so they can give you a best time to play with other players. Also new for 2015 is Lasertag.
Fright Manor Haunted House – 2909 S Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46225
A ticket to the Fright Manor Haunted House is $20. This allows you to enter The Abandonment, Psychomanthium, and Zombie Alley. Don’t forget your electronic shotgun so you can zombie hunt. The attraction is open Friday and Saturday nights from September 25th.
The Asylum House – 3801 Madison Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46227
Asylum House has a full evening of scary entertainment for you.. The times are Friday and Saturday from 7 pm to midnight. During the week it is open 7 pm to 10 pm. Tickets are $20. Asylum House has lots of entertainment haunts named Morningwood Cemetery, Crypt of Elysium, The Shadow Realm, ScreamNhaller, AliveNpsycholand, Alien Mansion, and Lost Highway. Tour the cages and caverns with monsters, death, despair and creatures galore. Opens October 2nd.
Hanna Haunted Acres – 7323 E. Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46239
The combo pass is $29 for a one time entry into all five attractions. The hayride, maze, and 4 haunted houses at Hanna’s Haunted Acres. Attraction is open starting September 25th on every Friday and Saturday night plus select dates in October. Save money and buy it for less online. Opens for ticket sales 30-60 minutes before dark. New this year is the renovated Hanna Haunted Hayride. Also an upgrade to the classic saw. They have added two new attractions called Hooded and Outbreak. Expect to find creatures, Dracula, zombies, snakes, chainsaws, a scary maze, clowns, and demented dentists and doctors. There are a number of ticket options for one or two attractions or other combinations. Prices are as low as $12 for Scarecrow’s Revenge but check their website for dates and prices.
The Children’s Museum Guild’s Haunted House – 3000 N Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN
Children’s Museum has been putting on an annual haunted house since the early 60’s. Now celebrating over 51 years of haunting with Creepy Carnival. It features a look back in at midways, sideshows, and carnival characters. They have three levels of different types of scares from children’s to the most horrific. They also have a separate museum filled with Hollywood movie sets you will recognize. Tickets are $8 some attractions, $12 for the most scary, or a full combo ticket that gets you into all the attractions. Find out why this is one of the most popular Halloween places each year. The attraction runs from October 10th through the 31st. Weekend nights are the only nights for the most Xtreme Scream attraction. Check their calendar for attraction dates. They are not open on Monday or Tuesday and attractions vary by date.
Eliza Willard’s Haunted Hotel – Franklin, IN 46131 (Appears to be closed.)
Headless Horseman Hay Ride – 13400 Allisonville Road, Fishers, IN
Headless Horseman Hay Ride is part of the Conner Prairie history park. This hay ride is for the entire family and runs from 10 am to 5 pm. Lots of fun loving ghouls on this ride. Attraction opens October 9th. Save some money and order tickets online for less. Guests are invited to wear their costumes this year.
Edge of Insanity at Weitle’s Asylum, 4635 N. 00EW, Kokomo, IN 46901
Weitle’s Asylum haunted house is about tortured souls of the deranged doctor. What horrors were committed in the name of science? Tickets are $10. Edge of Insanity runs from 8 pm to 11 pm. Open Saturday and Sunday nights in October starting October 3rd.
Cedar Rock Haunted Trail, Monroe’s Music Park, Morgantown IN (They may not be open in 2015)
There is a Haunted Trail, Zombie Challenge, Shock Maze, a midway, non-scary hayrides, bonfires, face painting, rides, games, and food. A full evening of fun the midway and music entertainment starts at 6:30 pm with the trail opening at 8 pm.
Indiana Fear Farm, 6736 S 500 W, Jamestown, IN 46147
Fear Farm is a great haunted attraction. Ticket are $15 for the Haunted Hayride featuring 50 actors and a mysterious scary headless horseman. Tickets are $13 for the Slaughter Barn that features 40 actors as you crawl and climb to escape with your life. Wear clothes you do not mind getting dirty. You can get a combo ticket for both haunts for just $24. Fear Farm is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from October 2nd plus some Thursday nights. Sunday times are 7 pm to 10 pm. Friday and Saturday times are 7 pm to 11 pm.
Corpse Manor – 4700 N. Post Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46226
Three combined Indianapolis haunted attractions featuring terrifying creatures and tormented souls. Tickets are $15 for individual haunt or a combo ticket at $20 for two. Opens 7:30 pm to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays in October and 7:30 pm to 10 pm other nights. Attraction begins September 26th. Featured attractions include Sinister Woods, a walking trail haunt featuring a dark and forbidding forest. Night Shadows explores that shiver you get in the dark. Corpse Manor was built on a graveyard. Something is alive among the thousands of tortured souls and rotting corpses under the manor.
Fort Wayne Haunted Houses
Located at an important portage between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River, a number of battles were fought in the vicinity of Fort Wayne in the 18th Century for control of the region. The ghosts here still haven’t given up the fight.
Haunted Cave – 4410 Arden Drive, Fort Wayne, IN 46804
Haunted Cave has run for the last 15 years. This year it is known as Hysterium. A 10,000 square foot haunt featuring spiders, clowns, morgues, fog rooms, and an old wet town. Ticket price is $12. It opens September 18th and runs Friday and Saturday nights in October plus the 15th, 22nd, and 29th.
Haunted Castle – 8965 Auburn Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46122
Also know as Black Forest for 2015. Ticket price is $10 for Haunted Castle, $10 for Black Forest, or $16 for a combo package. Door are open at 7 pm. The attraction opens Friday September 25th. It runs Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October plus the 15th, 22nd, and 29th.
Columbia City Haunted Jail – 116 E. Market Street, Columbia City, IN. Open most nights in October beginning October 1st.
Lafayette Haunted Houses
Indiana Fields of Fear – 6042 Newcastle Rd., Lafayette, IN 47905
Fields of Fear is held at the popular farm attraction Exploration Acres. It is held on Friday and Saturday from October 2nd. Doors open at 7 pm until 10 pm. Ticket are $12. During the day check out the many corn maze and other family attractions at Exploration Acres.
South Bend Haunted Houses
There’s more than a few ghosts located at the University of Notre Dame. But they don’t organize themselves into houses at Halloween. Instead, you’ll have to visit one of these haunted houses:
Fear Itself at Legend Park, 14130 McKinley Avenue, Mishawaka, IN 46545
The attractions are Lost in the Woods, Rock Monkey Caves, Sinister Circus, Cucko’s Nest, and 13th Hour. They are open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights beginning October 1st.. Tickets are $19 on Friday and Saturday nights or $15 on other nights for single attraction passes.
Don’t miss out on the Niles Scream Park Haunted House in Michigan.
Evansville Haunted Houses
Evansville used to be The Refrigerator Capital of the World, due to the operations of Whirlpool. But Evansville moved operation in 2009 to Mexico, leaving just 300 salaried workers, and the haunted houses have been especially fierce in recent years.
The Olde Courthouse Catacombs and The House of Lecter – 325 Main Street, Evansville, IN
Olde Courthouse Catacombs and The House of Lecter have joined forces this year to put on Here Comes The Mummies. Two locations for one low price. These are two separate nearby haunted houses. They are one block from each other. Advertised as Let’s Play you can buy a combo ticket to get into both for $20 or save $4 with their online coupon. You can choose for $12 to enter either haunt. They are open Friday and Saturday nights from 7:00 pm to midnight or 10:00 pm on other nights starting on September 25th, 2015.
Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm – 5466 Vann Road, Newburgh, IN 47630
Now helping charities for more than 40 years the Zombie Farm has a new outdoor maze and town. This is one of the most intense, creative, and visually appealing attractions in the state. Over 50 live action actors bring the scares to you.Ticket are $12. Doors open at 7 pm. They also have a non scare tour starting at 6:00 pm. Attraction starts October 2nd and runs Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights.
Hammond Haunted Houses
With their extensive experience working in the Hammond meat-packing plants slaughtering cattle, Hammond ghosts are a natural at this haunted house.
Reaper’s Realm – 626 177th Street, Hammond, IN 46324
Reaper’s Realm has 3 haunts priced at $25 for Reaper’s Mansion (haunted house) and $10 for Reaper’s Woods. Get the combo price of $30 plus a carnival ride. Doors open at 7 pm. Attraction runs Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights beginning October 9th.
Bloomington Haunted Houses
Home of Indiana University’s largest campus, the ghosts of Bloomington students who failed to earn their diplomas warn haunted house visitors of the dangers of not taking school seriously every fall.
The Barn of Terror – 8792 N. Old State Road 37, Bloomington, IN 47408
Barn of Terror is open every Friday and Saturday in October starting October 2nd. Tickets are $10 for the attraction that is open from 8 pm to 12 am.
Haunted hayride and Stable – 8308 South Rockport Road, Bloomington, IN 47403
Tickets to the Haunted Hayride are $10 and another $10 for the Haunted Stable. Get both for $15. Doors are open from 7 pm to 11 pm every Friday and Saturday nights in October beginning October 2nd.
Fear Fair, 800 A Avenue East, Seymour, IN 47274
Fear Fair Haunted House is more than just scary. It has been rated one of the best haunted houses in Indiana. Here the actors (monsters) can and will touch you. They find what scares you and takes that fear or phobia to the extreme. You will be scared. Tickets are just $20. Doors are open from 8 pm to 1 am on Friday and Saturday or 10 pm Sunday nights. The haunt features Myctophobia (Fear of Darkness), Hanger 17, and Cinema of Fear. Their season starts October 2nd. Fear Fair is more than just fun. Make sure to view the Fear Cam. This is a Funtober Favorite 100 and Fear Fair is named as the #1 haunted house in Indiana.
Gary Haunted Houses
Gary’s fortunes grew and fell with the steel industry. At this point, most of the ghosts have moved on to greener pastures. If you are in Gary looking for a haunted house, you might want to also consider the haunted houses in Chicago.
Amhurst Asylum Haunted Attraction, 228 South 500 West, Valparaiso IN 46385
Someone let the crazies out at Dr. Amhurst’s hospital for the criminally insane. The Dr. experiments created a world of fright and madness remaining at the old abandoned hospital. Two dozen victims were found with their organs harvested. Dr. Amhurst was never found. Tickets are just $20. It is open every Friday and Saturday from October 2nd plus other dates. Doors open at 7:00 pm and close at 11:00 on Friday and Saturday or 10:00 pm on other nights.
Muncie Haunted Houses
Muncie became a popular factory town at the end of the 19th century due to the Indiana Gas Boom. But at the end of the 20th Century, many of Muncie’s largest manufacturing factories closed. The ghosts of the workers from these lost jobs still haunt the area.
Scarevania – 1911 N. Granville Avenue, Muncie, IN. Open starting October 2nd on each Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. Tickets are just $12.
Trails of Terror – 2742 E 1100 S, Markleville IN
Now 11 years old, the Trails of Terror is six acres of dark, foggy, monster infested woods. Every year the trail is completely rebuilt with new scenes, skilled actors, and more animated air props. Tickets are $13 for one of Indiana’s scariest attractions. Attraction opens at 8:00 pm. It runs Friday and Saturday nights in October plus the 15th, 22nd, and 29th.
Clarksville (across the Ohio River from Louisville)
The ghosts of Clarksville are a bit crazy. They’ve relied on one of the largest clocks in the world, the Colgate clock, to tell time for over 80 years. And now that everyone is carrying the time in their pocket on a cell phone, it’s made them highly irritable.
Culbertson Mansion, 914 East Main Street, New Albany, IN
Attraction first opened in 1985. Celebrate this anniversary with some deranged dentists, paranormal entities, undead monsters, evil cults, and a dark carnival. Tickets available for Culbertson Mansion Haunted House. The attractions runs on Friday and Saturday nights from October 2nd. Doors open at 7 pm. A real historic site once home to Indiana’s richest man.
More Haunted Houses
Hall’s Haunted House – 5955 W. Hurt Road, Hall, Indiana
Actually this is a haunted school put on by the Hall Civic Association.
Happy Halloween Weekends – Holiday World Theme Park – Santa Claus, IN
Did I mention they open the park at 11AM on Saturday and Sunday from October 3rd through October 31st, 2015 for their Happy Halloween Weekends theme. Holiday World is decorated for Halloween and includes two amazing corn mazes, hayrides, a 3D Theater presentation, Halloween candy, pumpkins, a Mummy’s Treasure Maze, and stage shows including Graveyard Smash. During Saturday and Sunday afternoons they feature a costume dance party hosted by Kitty Claws. On Saturday nights they close at 8 pm with a Halloween themed laser light show. Since they are open Saturday’s past sundown, they also feature coaster rides in the dark. Halloween ticket prices online (in advance) are $29.95. This may be one of the best Halloween party values around.
Industrial Terrorplex – 835 Springs Street, Jeffersonville, IN 47131
Industrial Terrorplex is a massive 60,000 square foot haunt complex located just outside Louisville, Kentucky. The experience is a scare you will never forget. Tickets are $20 for the joint Industrial Nightmare and Dementions. Tickets are $20 for the Carnevil 3D and Infected. A combo ticket for all four attractions is $30. In September the haunt opens on the 18th. The times on Friday and Saturday nights through October 31st are from 8 pm until 1 am. On all other nights the times are 8 pm to 11 pm.
Frightmares – 688 A ST NW, Linton, IN
Fifth year for this local haunt called Manchester Manor. Open every Friday and Saturday night in October starting October 2nd. Doors open at 8:00 pm and runs until 11:00 pm. Everyone with a ticket will get to go through the attraction before they close for the night. Tickets are $10.
Shattered Nightmare – 819 Spang Street, Terre Haute, Indiana
All new location for 2015. This is their 6th year.
Old Orchard Haunted Trail – 7209 S. CR 325 West, Spiceland, Indiana (Trail is closed)
List of Haunted Houses in Indiana for 2015
- Indy Screampark Haunted Attr. – 521 South New Columbus Rd., Anderson, IN 46013
- Necropolis Dark Armies: City of Perpetual Darkness – 2525 North Shadeland Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46219
- Fright Manor
- The Asylum House – Greenwood, Indiana
- Hanna Haunted Acres – 7323 East Hanna Ave., Indianapolis, Indiana 46239
- Eliza Willard’s Haunted Hotel – Franklin, Indiana
- Headless Horseman Hayride
- Edge of Insanity – Weitle’s Asylum, 5635 N. 00 E W, Kokomo, Indiana
- Indiana Fear Farm – Jamestown, Indiana
- Feargrounds Haunted House – Haunt of Hidden River – Danville
- Cedar Rock Haunted Trail – Morgantown, Indiana
- The Haunted Cave – Fort Wayne, Indiana
- Haunted Castle Black Forest – Fort Wayne, Indiana
- Huntington Jaycees Haunted Hotel – Huntington, Indiana
- Columbus City Haunted Jail – Columbus City, Indiana
- Indiana Fields of Fear – Lafayette, Indiana
- Haunted Feargrounds – Lafayette, Indiana
- Fear at Legends Park – Mishawaka, Indiana
- Olde Courthouse Catacombs – The House of Lechter – Evansville, IN
- Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm – Newburgh, Indiana
- Reapers Realm – Hammond, Indiana
- The Barn of Terror – Bloomington, Indiana
- Haunted Hayride and Stable – Bloomington, Indiana
- Bakers Junction – The Haunted Train – Smithville, Indiana
- Fear Fair – 800 A Avenue, Seymour, Indiana 47274
- Amhurst Asylum Haunted Attraction – 228 South 500 West, Valparaiso, IN 46385
- Scarevania Haunted House – Muncie, Indiana
- Trails of Terror – 2742 E 1100 S, Markleville, Indiana 46056
- Psychomania – Clarkeville, IN
- Culbertson Mansion – New Albany, IN
- Hall’s Haunted House – Hall, Indiana
- Industrial Terrorplex – 853 Spring Street, Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130
- Nightmare on Ash Street – Terre Haute, Indiana
- Shattered Nightmares – Terre Haute, Indiana
- Streapers Nightmare – Peru, Indiana
- Old Orchard Haunted Trail – Spiceland, IN
- Haunted Cave at Lewisburg – Lewisburg, Indiana
- The Haunted Angelus – 8829 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46219
- Corpse Manor – 4700 North Post Road, Indianapolis, IN 46226
If you live near Chicago, or near the border of another state, it is worth taking a quick peek at the haunted houses of the other state in addition to the Indiana haunted houses.
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