Orlando haunted houses are some of the largest and best in the United States and Florida including the most popular haunted attraction in the country. Enjoy a great scary night out with your spouse, date, or friends. Expect to be terrified at these haunted attractions. For the price of a movie you can be part of the action as you come face to face with terror. Most use animatronics, great props, Hollywood sets, and actors with makeup beyond belief. You will be frightened. Find all the haunted houses, trails, corn mazes, hayrides, and Halloween fun attractions in the Orlando area.
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Once a year, Walt Disney World Resort hands out medals to those who complete the Walt Disney World Marathon. The spirits of those who drop out before the 26.2 mile mark are relegated to work at Universal Studios or haunts in the area. Here are a few where you might find them.
A Petrified Forest - Altamonte Springs, FL
The season opens in early October. A Petrified Forest is a giant 85,000 square foot haunt attraction. There are four attractions named The Path (two trails), Backstage Tour, and Laser Tag. It features live bands, food and games. The fun runs from 7:30 pm to 11 pm. Tickets are $15 for either haunted trail or $25 for both. The Backstage Tour is $10. There are combo packages available. They are open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights.
Asylum by Ocoee Lions Club - Ocoee, FL
Tickets are just $5 for Asylum Haunted House which runs the Friday and Saturday the last three weekends in October plus a couple dates before Halloween.
Face the Fear House - Longwood, FL
Back again at the Longwood Village Inn. Admission tickets are available. Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night before Halloween week.
Halloween Horror Nights - Orlando, FL
Sorry folks but Universal Orlando will not hold HHH this fall due to virus concerns. They hope to see everyone in 2021. Note that Universal does have limited park openings now. This is Universal Orlando and their big Halloween event. This is one of the best and biggest haunt events in the country. Ticket prices are around $62.99 with a day time ticket purchase or around $114.99 for a single night purchase. We recommend you explore and buy your tickets online. Many types of park discounts are available in the area. Don’t miss any of the 9 haunted houses including The Cabin in the Woods, Evil Dead, or Resident Evil. Halloween Horror Nights has over 646000 Face book likes.
Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party - Orlando, FL
While Disney has reopened they will not run Mickey’s Halloween Party this fall. Disney World operates a night time special event Halloween experience called Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. It is a separate hard ticket priced starting at $79-89 dollars. It features the Happy HallowWishes Fireworks and two Mickey’s Boo-to-You Halloween Parades each night. This is one of the best non-scary events in the world. You can find all the popular Disney characters in the park on these nights. Trick or Treat your way around the park. Lots of rides, fun, entertainment, and of course the Haunted Mansion. The entire park is decorated for Halloween.
Sorosis Club’s Annual Haunted House - Orange City, FL
The theme this year is H.H. Holmes 1893 World’s Fair: A Trip To Nowhere. Tickets are $10. It runs the last two Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights in October. This is the 42nd year for this annual haunted house. The crimes of H.H. Holmes are the stuff of horror movies. A good looking businessman lures many out of town guests into his brand new, grand hotel. He took great pleasure personally showing them to their rooms which they soon discovered only opened from the outside. The hotel is not at all what it seems: stairs to nowhere, rooms made into gas chambers, peepholes, trap doors and chutes that lead into the most sinister room of all…the basement! Be prepared to come face to face with murder, madness and magic!
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