Funtober lists the best Halloween haunted houses in Maine for 2019. Find below the most complete list of haunted attractions featuring trails, corn mazes, forests, cemeteries and more. Expect to be terrified by animatronics, live actors, air blasters, scent dispensers and Hollywood set designs. Plan a night out with your friends visiting with vampires, zombies, witches, ghosts, and creatures of the darkness.
Destination Haunt - Lebanon, ME
Voted scariest in Maine, Destination Haunt is a combined 4 haunt attraction in Lebanon near Kennebunk, Maine. Open weekends starting October 5th from 6:30 pm. Theme is based on the 1966 Black Wire military secret project that built a time portal to the underworld. Now the area is plagued with horrific beings and the supernatural. The 4 haunt places are Twilight Trail, Buried Alive Cemetery, Execution Center, and Lebanon Laboratory. Yes these are very scary. Newest attraction is The Outlaws. Open every Friday and Saturday in October plus most Sunday and Thursday. Check web page for details. Tickets are $20.
Fright At the Fort - Prospect, ME
Opens October 13th this fall and runs Friday and Saturday nights. One of the best Halloween experiences in Maine, Fright at the Fort is open 5 nights in October 2018. It is open from 5:30 pm to 9 pm. Expect zombies, blood, violence, strobe lights, darkness, and gunfire. Ticket are just $10 for adults and children are $5.
Haunted Grandview Manor - Sanford, ME
Haunt is closed for 2018.
Haunting at Parsonsfield Seminary - North Parsonsfield, ME
Parsonsfield established this educational facility in 1832. The Haunting seems to find all the corpses and freaks in the 42 room building. This is their 12th annual haunted event. Open for 2018 on October 19th, 20th, 26th, and 27th. Ticket for adults range from $13-15.
Junkins Haunted Estate - Kittery, ME
Junkins is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights the last two weekends in October. Doors open at 6:30 pm. This may be the largest non commercial (free) haunt on the east coast. The owners really go all out to provide lots of scary entertainment fun. It features over two acres of Halloween decorations. Don’t let the warm fuzzy decorations from the safety of your car fool you, if you want the candy, it’s a quarter mile through the haunted swamp! As you follow the luminaries towards the woods and cross the bridge into the swamp. Darkness will surround you and the cold swamp air will chill you to your bones, oh by the way, they will be waiting for you!
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