Haunted Houses in Kansas for Halloween 2019

This Halloween plan a night out at one of the many Halloween haunted houses in Kansas.  Find the best haunted houses, trails, hayrides, scream parks and more at the Funtober directory of haunted houses. Kansas haunts include the best animatronics, air blasters, live actors, makeup, to bring scary vampires, witches, zombies, and creatures to life. Check out our  TOP 100 HAUNTED HOUSES FOR HALLOWEEN 2018 and the Top 100 Haunted Houses 2017 in America.  Is your favorite haunted attraction on the top 10 and top 100 state list? Wichita Haunted Houses Last Major Update:

3rd Street Asylum - Bonner Springs, KS
It appears they will open in 2019 but their web page has not finalized a decision. They are interviewing actors for their haunted attraction this year.

Field of Screams - Maize, KS
Field of Screams returns for late September 2019 Halloween season. Ithas an intense 30 minute Clown Town 3D attraction dealing with the vigilante murders at Field of Screams. Attraction opens every Friday, Saturday and most Sundays. Tickets vary by date. Another attraction is the Zombie Hunt Paintball where you get 100 paintballs and lots of zombie targets, some live and all dead. Tickets for paintball available on Friday and Saturday only. Doors open at dark and close at 11:30 pm on Friday and Saturday or 10:30 pm other nights.

Forest of Fear - Udall, KS
Forest of Fear returns late September 2019.  Tickets available for the Forest of Fear haunted experience. A good haunted forest plus the wait area has an outdoor scary movie, a campfire, ghost stories, and a snack shack. The show starts at dark and runs until midnight. Open Friday and Saturday nights plus some Thursdays and Sundays in October.  They have lots of scares in the dark forest including some owls hooting and coyotes howling. Not all the creatures are man made. We know we are a little bit of a drive from Wichita, but by being out of the city we can have all the “real Halloween stuff!” A roaring bonfire, miles of dark scary forest with no city lights or traffic sounds, open sky with bright stars and owls hooting while the coyotes howl. We won’t keep you waiting for countless hours in lines and then herd you through. We aren’t just a haunted attraction, we’re a complete Halloween experience!

Forest of Terror - Wichita, KS
Also known as the Haunted Forest, this attraction features one of the longest and scariest attractions in Kansas. Now celebrating its 35th year. It is open Friday and Saturday nights from dark until 1 am on Friday and Saturday or 11 pm other nights. Not intended for children as there are “things” in the forest looking back at you.

Hemlock Hill House - Overland Park, KS
Located in downtown Overland Park they are open every night in October 2019.  Revel in the grandeur and lost hope of The Stirring Witch, the Grave thoughts of Mr. Digger, come see what Piper, Prue and Pheebee have brewing or partake in the wickedly lighter side of Jack and Statler.   Open from dark through 10 pm.

Shattered Souls Haunted House - Independence, KS
Opening night this season is Friday October 11th. Tickets are $12 to go through Shattered Souls Haunted House and Shattered Vision 3D. Two haunts for the one low price. Attractions are open 7 pm to 11 pm every Friday and Saturday.  Also open October 12th, 18th, 19th, 23rd, 24th, 25th and 26th.

The Haunted Cannery - Burns, KS
The season begins on October 5th.  The Haunted Cannery is housed in a 4 story grain elevator at Walter’s Pumpkin Patch. There are two attractions here: The Haunted Cannery and the new Lunatic Asylum. Tickets are $20.  Doors open at 7:30 pm until 11:30 pm on Friday and Saturday nights. Take the hay wagon through the darkness to the grain elevator. Step carefully as the fright is about to begin.

Wicked Woods - Wichita, KS
Opens September 28th and runs every Friday and Saturday nights in October.  Wicked Island Wicked Woods has a new Escape Room. Admission is just $20.

Zombie Toxin - Junction City, KS
Zombie Toxin is open Friday and Saturday nights in October starting October 5th plus some additional dates. What happened to the evil scientist Dr. Von Monschture after the explosion? What was that green smoke?

For some reason, ghosts prefer Missouri to Kansas. So you’ll find that most of them have set up shop in Kansas City, Missouri instead of the fine state of Kansas.  However there are plenty of zombies in Kansas. Check out one of these haunted house listings nearby states for more haunted fun: Colorado, Missouri, Nebraska and Oklahoma. Find other fun things to do in Kansas in October: Oktoberfest in Kansas Kansas Festivals Kansas Corn Mazes Kansas Ghost Tours Kansas Pumpkin Patches

Check out the TOP 100 HAUNTED HOUSES FOR HALLOWEEN 2018 and our list of the Top 100 Haunted Houses 2017 in America.  Is your favorite haunted attraction on the top 10 and top 100 state list?

You may also be interested in our article on Haunted Houses and Horror Movies | History of Fear.

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3 thoughts on “Haunted Houses in Kansas for Halloween 2019

  1. Charles Brown says:

    Good morning, I am a local novelist here in Wichita, I would like to feature my book and trailer at some of the haunted houses or outdoor attractions. Would you please assist me with guidance to make this happen, my book, trailer and live characters at the exhibit would be a wonderful addition to any haunted showcase.
    Thank you in advance Charles E. Brown
    816 420 7609

  2. Ashley says:

    Hello! I was wondering what would be a family friendly attraction to do in Topeka or near there? My son’s b day is the 30th…

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