Wichita haunted houses are some of the most fun haunts in Kansas. Enjoy a great night out with your spouse, date, or friends. Enjoy being terrified at these haunted attractions. For the price of a 12 pack you can be part of the action as you come face to face with terror. Most use animatronics, great props, Hollywood sets, sound FX, and live actors with makeup beyond belief. You will be frightened. Find all the haunted houses, trails, corn mazes, hayrides, and Halloween fun attractions in the Wichita area.
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Once the Air Capital of the World, Wichita’s haunted houses may remind you of what can wrong when you fly the friendly skies.
The Haunted Cannery, 10001 NW U.S. 77, Burns, Kansas 66840
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 or a combo ticket for $25 include a non haunt flashlight walk through a corn maze. Doors open at 7:30 pm until 11:30 pm on Friday and Saturday nights beginning October 3rd. Take the hay wagon through the darkness to the grain elevator. Step carefully as the fright is about to begin.
Forest of Fear haunted attraction, 7446 51st Rd., Udall, KS
Tickets are $15 for the Forest of Fear haunted attraction. 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. Visit starting Friday, September 25th. Open Friday and Saturday nights plus some 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.
Forest of Terror – 5059 North Ridge Road, Wichita, Kansas
Also known as the Haunted Forest, this attraction features one of the longest and scariest attractions in Kansas. Now celebrating its 33rd year. Tickets are $17. 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.
World At War Zombie Apocalypse – 811 E. 10th, Wichita, Kansas 67214.
An indoor haunted house attraction full of zombies. There are infested human across the world with the zombie virus. Be very careful. ( Have not seen any 2014 information.)
Dead End Zone Haunted Forest, 800 Breese Street, Colwich, KS 67030
Try to avoid the Butcher at the Dead End Zone. This outdoor haunted attraction is sponsored by the Andale High School Booster Club. ( We have not seen 2014 information on this annual event.)
Wicked Woods – 3640 S Topeka Street, Wichita, KS 67216.
Attraction is open every Friday and Saturday nights starting October 2nd. Doors open from 8 pm until 12 am. Tickets are $13.
Field of Screams – 4055 North Tyler Road, Maize, Kansas 67101
Field of Screams has an intense 30 minute Clown Town 3D attraction dealing with the vigilante murders at Field of Screams. Tickets are $20 on Friday and Saturday or $15 on Sunday. 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 are $10 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. A combo ticket for both attractions is available for a discounted price of $25 on Friday and Saturday. Visit Field of Screams beginning September 18th.
Hays City was a violent town during the American Old West, with famous residents such as Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and George Custer. But when Dodge City rose in popularity, the outlaws, and ghosts, left Hays behind for other pastures.
Chetopa (near Joplin MO)
There’s nothing else in a small town to do other than stir up trouble. So we expect these haunts to be pretty fierce.