Indianapolis haunted houses are some of the largest and best in the United States including at least one of the popular haunts in the Funtober 100 favorites. Plan a great scary night out with your spouse, date, or friends. Expect to be terrified at these haunted attractions. For the price of a restaurant meal you can be part of the action as you come face to face with terror. Most use animatronics, sound FX, 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 Indianapolis area including the cities of Anderson, Kokomo, Seymour, and Bloomington.Last Major Update:
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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.
Dark Armies Necropolis - Indianapolis, IN
Dark Armies starts their Halloween season on October 5th. 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 19 years. Dark Armies is an entertainment facility built around paintball and laser tag. 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. The Necropolis Haunted house is open every Friday and Saturday night in October plus another 6 nights during the month.
Edge of Insanity - Kokomo, IN
Open starting September 29th. Weitle’s Asylum haunted house is about tortured souls of the deranged doctor. What horrors were committed in the name of science? Tickets are $12. Edge of Insanity runs from 8 pm to 11 pm. Open every 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 starting October 5th.
Fright Manor - Indianapolis, IN
Opens for the season on September 28th. 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. Open 7:30 PM each night.
Hanna Haunted Acres - Indianapolis, IN
The combo pass is 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 28th on every Friday and Saturday night plus all most every date 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 Carn Evil 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 low for Scarecrow’s Revenge but check their website for dates and prices.
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. They are open weekends beginning late September through October plus some other dates. Check their web page for their full schedule. Tickets are $22.
Headless Horseman Hay Ride - Fishers, IN
Open weekends beginning October 11th. Headless Horseman Hay Ride is part of the Conner Prairie history park. The haunted attraction runs Thursday through Sunday nights in October. 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. Their daytime hay ride is for the entire family and runs from 10 am to 5 pm.
House of Trepidation - Indianapolis, IN
Attraction opens September 28th. Kind of an overlooked haunt with lots of evil energy. A full 20,000 square foot professional commercial haunt with all the actors, animatronics, etc. They are open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October. The scare begins at 6:45 PM. Three attractions priced have a combo price. See web page for details.
Indiana Fear Farm - Jamestown, IN
The fear begins starting September 28th. 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 Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday in October. Sunday times are 7 pm to 10 pm. Friday and Saturday times are 7 pm to 11 pm.
Indy Scream Park - Anderson, IN
The screams begin September 15th. 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 Kilgores Circus. It is open weekends in late September and every night in October after the 4th plus a few November 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 starting at $19.95 depending on the night you attend. Doors open at 7 pm. Indy Scream Park has over 68000 Facebook likes.
Nightmare on Edgewood - Indianapolis, IN
40th annual. Voted the scariest haunt in Indiana last year by the Scare Factor Reviews. Enjoy the only full contact haunt in Indy, where guests can face their own mortality in three features, including a few with outdoor scenes, and your ticket gets you into all of them! $25/VIP is $40 (guarantees half the wait at the head of the line). The escape room, Escape the Nightmare, is $5 per person – a custom built experience where your team of four has to escape an art gallery while finding a cure for the infected gallery curator in order to prevent the zombie apocalypse. Nightmare on Edgewood supports local community organizations including Haunters Against Hate. Opens starting September 28th.
Scarevania - Muncie, IN
An intense scare awaits adults who enter. Scarevania has been running for over 10 years. Besides an evil haunted house. The blood will fly as live acts perform and entertain on their carnivale cabaret stage. Open every Friday and Saturday night in October.
The Asylum House - Indianapolis, IN
Asylum House has a full evening of scary entertainment for you. Opens for the season on October 5th. Open every Friday and Saturday nights plus lots of Thursdays and Sunday nights. Check web page for details. 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 October 5th.
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 55 years of haunting. Open October 11th through the 31st. Lace up your sneakers for a visit to a truly terrifying gymnasium—Grim-nasium! Starting Oct. 11, The Children’s Museum Guild’s 55th Annual Haunted House will give you a courtside seat to witness all the action in this monster-filled gym. Cheer on your favorite phantom, but keep your eyes open—scary surprises lurk in the bleachers! The Haunted House offers IPL’s Lights-On Hours (for children who scare easily) and AAA’s Frightening Hours (with the lights off, for children who dare to be scared).