Louisville haunted houses are some of the largest and best in the United States and Kentucky. There are two Funtober 100 favorites in the Louisville area. Enjoy a great scary night out with your spouse, date, or friends at any of these spectacular haunts. Expect to be terrified for the price of a restaurant meal you can be part of the action as you come face to face with terror. Most use sounds, animatronics, great props, Hollywood sets, and live actors with. You will be frightened. Find all the haunted houses, trails, corn mazes, hayrides, and Halloween fun attractions in the Louisville area including Field of Scream in Brandenburg and Dead in Hotel in Sheperdsville.
When the horses enter the home stretch of the Kentucky Derby, the crowd is so loud that they wake the dead from their slumber. Five months later, their still restless and eager to take their aggression out on you at one of these haunted houses.
Asylum Haunted Scream Park - Louisville, KY
I love full entertainment parks and Asylum Haunted Scream Park fits right in as a 40 acre haunt with 4 attractions and great entertainment. The Carnival of Lost Souls midway has a fire eater, fortune teller, games, food, and live entertainment. The other haunt attractions are Darkness Falls on Asylum, Zombie City Doomsday, and Xterminite Zombie Attack. Darkness Falls features a tunnel and slide ride. Zombie City has what else but zombies. Xterminite is a 9000 square foot doom for hunting zombies. Tickets available for an all access pass. All tickets get you into the Carnivale of Lost Souls for games, and sideshow performances. Buy online in advance as they often sell out. Asylum is open every Friday and Saturday. The times are 8 pm to 2 am.
Danger Run - Louisville, KY
Opening night is September 15th. This is an unusual haunt adventure. It is similar to a road rally as you search in your car for clues to the answer. You start at three points and even go through two haunted houses as you look for clues. Adventure begins Friday and Saturday nights. Tickets are $25 online which gets you free food, free gas, vampire fangs, and the two attraction tickets. Starting points are Lowe’s at 501 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy, Louisville, KY; Lowe’s at 6651 Dixie Hwy, Louisville, KY; and Lowe’s at 1350 Veterans Pkwy, Clarksville, IN.
Nightmare Forest - Louisville, KY
Nightmare Forest has been terrifying folks around Louisville for 19 years. Both Nightmare Forest and Dead End Hotel are run by the same people. They feature four attractions for one low price at Nightmare. They have a separate attraction in Shepherdsville. Here you will find Freddy Kruger, Jason Vorhees, Leatherface, Evil Dead, and Dead Silence characters. Nightmare Forest is open every Friday and Saturday. Doors open at dusk and stay open until 2:00 am. The haunt attractions are Nightmare Forest, Nightmare Harvest, Trail of Terror, and Drive-In.
The Baxter Avenue Morgue - Louisville, KY
The Devils Attic - Louisville, KY
The season starts on September 15th. Devils Attic tickets are $20. On Friday and Saturday Devils Attic is open from 8 pm to 12:30 am. All other nights they close at 11:00 pm. They are open every Friday and Saturday plus some Sundays until Halloween. Meet classic monsters of pure evil as your childhood fears come to life.
The Field of Screams - Brandenburg, KY
Visit Field of Screams any Friday and Saturday night starting from early. Tickets are $20 to go through the Haunted Barn and Haunted Forest from 7 pm to 1 am. There are lots of freaks and ghouls in this 6 acre haunted cornfield. Separately you can take the Hayride to Hell for another $15 or buy the combo ticket to all the attractions for $35. It takes about 1 hour to complete.
Waverly Hills Sanitarium - Louisville, KY
More a real haunted house guided tour and paranormal investigation with a wonderful commercial type haunted house during Halloween season. The haunt attraction is open every Friday and Saturday night Doors open at 7:30 pm and close at 11 am. Check out their website for complete details. Parking is $5 per car good towards souvenir purchase. If you are an amateur ghost hunter then this place is for you.
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