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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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Amhurst Asylum - Valparaiso, IN
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 September 30th 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.

Cedar Rock Haunted Trail - Morgantown, IN
Appears this attraction has permanently closed.

Columbia City Haunted Jail - Columbia City, IN
Open most nights in beginning September 29th. They have a number of ticket options including a coffin ride, VIP pass, and Double Trouble. General Admission is just $13.

Culbertson Mansion - 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. Doors open at 7 pm. A real historic site once home to Indiana’s richest man.

Dark Armies - Indianapolis, IN
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 30th. 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 available for 2016 is Lasertag.

Edge of Insanity - Kokomo, IN
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

Evil on Erie - Lafayette, IN
Over 15,000 square feet of terror located in Lafayette. One giant haunted house with nightly frights for your fun. Open Friday and Saturday nights beginning October 1st. Tickets are just $15.

Fear Fair - Seymour, IN
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 September 23rd. Fear Fair is more than just fun. Make sure to view the Fear Cam.

Fear Itself at Legend Park - Mishawaka, IN
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. Tickets are $19 on Friday and Saturday nights or $15 on other nights for single attraction passes.

Fright Manor - Indianapolis, IN
A ticket to the Fright Manor Haunted House is $20. This allows you to enter Camp Deadwood, Psychomanthium, and 7 Deadly Sins. Don’t forget your electronic shotgun so you can zombie hunt. The attraction is open Friday and Saturday nights.

Frightmares - Linton, IN
Sixth year for this local haunt called Manchester Manor. Open every Friday and Saturday night in October starting September 30th. 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.

Hall’s Haunted House - Hall, IN
a haunted school put on by the Hall Civic Association.

Hanna Haunted Acres - Indianapolis, IN
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 30th 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.

Happy Halloween Weekends - Santa Claus, IN
The Theme Park Holiday World is decorated for Halloween with 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 $34.99. This may be one of the best Halloween party values around. The fun kicks off September 24th

Haunted Angelus House - Indianapolis, IN
A charity haunt that raises funds for Cerebral Palsy Group. Started in 2012 this is now an annual event that runs rain or shine. Tickets are just $22. They are open weekends beginning September 30th plus some other dates. Check their web page for their full schedule.

Haunted Castle / Black Forest - Fort Wayne, IN
Also know as Black Forest Haunted Castle. Ticket price is $10 for Haunted Castle, $10 for Black Forest, or $16 for a combo package. Door are open at 7 pm. They are sponsored by the Saint Vincent Boy Scouts. Check their web page for complete schedule of open dates.

Haunted Hayride and Stable - Bloomington, IN
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

Headless Horseman Hay Ride - 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. Save some money and order tickets online for less. Guests are invited to wear their costumes this year.

House of Trepidation - Indianapolis, IN
Attraction opens September 30th and runs both weekdays and weekends.

Hysterium - , IN

Indiana Fear Farm - Jamestown, IN
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 September 30th plus some Thursday nights. Sunday times are 7 pm to 10 pm. Friday and Saturday times are 7 pm to 11 pm.

Industrial Terrorplex - Jeffersonville, IN
Industrial Terrorplex will not open in 2016. They are looking for a new building. We hope this fantastic haunt returns next year.

Indy Scream Park - Anderson, IN
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. New this year is the attraction Pandemic. It is open most Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from September 17th through November 5th 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 $21.95 to 27.95 depending on the night you attend. Doors open at 7 pm.

Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm - Newburgh, IN
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 runs Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights.

Nightmare on Edgewood - Indianapolis, IN
Owners have been in the scare business for over 35 years. They are open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday starting September 30th. Tickets are $20 on Thursday with coupon and $25 on Friday and Saturday. Their attractions are themed Karnival, Abandoned, Condemned, and Escape the Nightmare.

Old Courthouse Catacombs and The House of Lecter - Evansville, IN
Olde Courthouse Catacombs and The House of Lecter have joined forces this year to put on Curse of the VooDoo Queen. 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. They are open Friday and Saturday nights from 7:00 pm to midnight or 10:00 pm on other nights. Their season opens September 23rd.

Reaper’s Realm - Hammond, IN
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. Prices can vary depending on the night.

Scarevania - Muncie, IN
Tickets are just $12.

Shattered Nightmare - Terre Haute, IN
This is their 7th year. Attraction opens September 30 and runs Friday and Saturday nights. Check web page for additional dates.

The Asylum House - Indianapolis, IN
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. 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. The fun starts September 30th.

The Barn of Terror - Bloomington, IN
Barn of Terror is open every Friday and Saturday in October. Tickets are $10 for the attraction that is open from 8 pm to 12 am.

The Children’s Museum Guild’s Haunted House - 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. Find out why this is one of the most popular Halloween places each year. The attraction runs from October 8th through the 30th. 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.

Trails of Terror - 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.

State By State List of Halloween Haunted Houses

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.

Haunted Houses in Illinois
Haunted Houses in Kentucky
Haunted Houses in Michigan
Haunted Houses in Ohio

Find other fall fun things to do in Indiana in October:

Oktoberfest in Indiana
Indiana Festivals
Indiana Corn Mazes
Indiana Ghost Tours
Pumpkin Patches in Indiana

Haunted Houses in Indiana

Halloween Haunted Houses

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