Huntsville haunted houses include Halloween attractions featuring haunted trails, corn mazes, hayrides, paintball, and more exciting scary fun. Commercial haunts include professional animatronics, Hollywood-worthy set designs, fog machines, gory images, and air blasters. Expect to be scared. Funtober lists all the state’s top haunted houses including those here around the city of Huntsville, so read on below to find a haunted house near me.
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Arx Mortis - Killen, AL
Open weekends starting in late September. Open most Thursday through Sundays in October plus other dates. Check web page for details. Arx Mortis is one of the best haunted venues in Alabama. It is really 3 experiences in one complex. You will be terrified so it is worth the time to drive to this haunt. Complete with parking, restrooms, concession stand, and live music you can and should expect to spend several hours at Arx Mortis. Covington Clinic is the haunted house. It is a 40-50,000 square foot building. It is so scary they have built in 23 escape exits for those who can not complete the tour. The fright is based on darkness, claustrophobia, gore and horror. The theme is a clinic that has created zombies. The locals are tricked and experimented on while fighting a bio-hazard. The building has a funeral parlor, coffins, embalming area, morgue, experimentation labs and some of the best animatronics and movie quality sound and light experience you will find anywhere in the country. Expect long wait lines. Miners hill is a wonderful half-mile outdoor haunted trail. It takes approximately 30-40 minutes to go through each of these haunts. While rated PG 13 the haunts permit children of any age to enter and scream.
Darkwood Farms Walking Dead Maze - Arab, AL
Sorry folks as it appears that Darkwood Farm Maze has stopped running. They will be missed.
Haunted Lester Hospital - Lester, AL
Opens for the season in early October (check their webpage). Open every Friday and Saturday nights in October. The former D.E. Jackson Memorial Hospital served the Lester, Alabama community for 50 years. This site is a real haunt and the home to many ghost and paranormal sittings. Each October it becomes Zombie Attack, a spook house in Alabama. Zombie Attack is open each Friday and Saturday from 7pm to midnight. This is a charity haunt featuring, zombies, blood, hospital sittings, ghosts and both man made and paranormal ghosts. It takes approximately 15-20 minutes to go through the building. Unless you run across a real ghost this is a community charity event primarily providing wonderful local entertainment. Read our 2013 interview with one of the organizers (but please check their website for any dates, prices or other information that may have since changed).
Mckamey Manor - ,
This attraction is open year around every Friday and Saturday night. You need to call 858-672-2848 to reserve a ticket and find out the secret location. This is an experience unlike any other around. The actors here can and will touch you. Expect to be roughed up. Active locations in Huntsville, Alabama and Summerton, Tennessee.
PV Slaughterhouse - Rainsville, AL
Slaughterhouse is open Friday and Saturday nights from around the middle of September through early November. Also open Halloween night. Expect lots of blood. Check webpage for details.
The Expelled - Huntsville, AR
The Expelled is back. It opens every Friday and Saturday nights in October. They want you trembling with fear as you navigate through their 6000 square foot attraction located in an Abandoned Slaughter House. This is a charity haunt. They also operate Halloween and Family nights with possibly some added dates.
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