Find Halloween haunted houses here in the state you live, a city near you, or on a farm nearby. Our guide provides wonderful information to help you choose one or more haunted houses.
Sandyland Acres Haunted Hayride - Petersburg, KY
Season opens in the middle of September. Note they are still waiting on confirmation from local authorities. Shandyland Acres has two haunt attractions plus Spooky’s Gift Shop, and Auntie Susie’s concession stand. Tickets are $14 for the Haunted Hayride and $10 for Farmers Revenge. A combo ticket for both is $23. Doors open at 8 pm and close at midnight. Parking is free. Open Friday and Saturday nights until Halloween.
The Mayhem Mansion - Morning View, KY
Mayhem Mansion opens at 8 pm each Friday and at 7pm each Saturday night from late September. You will find lots of zombies but we suggest you do not drink the Bootleggers special brew. The two haunts are Hayrides. It takes about 30 minutes to go through each attraction. Also choose their new Terror in the Woods paintball attraction.
USS Nightmare - Newport, KY
Halloween season starts around the middle of September and runs through early November. Board a real 288 foot long ship, the William S Mitchell, often known as the Death Dredge. This steamboat was built in 1933 Is it haunted? During its long history 112 crew members died aboard the ship. Now the USS Nightmare serves as a haunted house each fall. The 30 minute haunt tour takes about 30 minutes to traverse. Tickets cost $30 on Wednesday through Sunday. You will witness lots of chainsaws, evil illusions, and dozens of scary actors who may or may not ever let you leave the ship alive. Enjoy your visit aboard the Death Dredge. They start with the Haunted House Boos Cruise. During October they have a separate extreme rated experience. Also Halloween weekend they feature a Halloween event. It is open from 7 pm to 1 am every Friday and Saturday night. It is open 7 pm until 11 pm every Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday.
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