Baltimore haunted houses are some of the scariest in the United States. Plan a great scary night out with your spouse, date, or friends. Expect to be terrified at these haunted attractions. For the price of an Orioles ticket you can be part of the action as you come face to face with terror. Most use animatronics, great props, Hollywood sets, and actors with makeup beyond belief. You will be frightened. Find all the haunted houses, trails, corn mazes, hayrides, and Halloween fun attractions in the Baltimore area including the nearby Six Flags Fright Fest.Last Major Update: August 15
The ghosts around Baltimore are always in a particularly foul mood around Halloween. Why? The first frost in Baltimore is usually October 29. They know the cold weather is coming. And they take it out on visitors to their Halloween haunted houses every year.
Bennett’s Curse - Baltimore, MD
Back again for 2019 in Baltimore is the well known haunt Bennett’s Curse. Now known as the “Krampus In The City”. This might be “the” haunted house attraction to see in Maryland. There are three attractions named Inferno 3D, Sanction of Insanity, and Midieval Underworld. Also see Legends of Halloween. These are brand new and must see attractions at their new location. Doors open at 7 pm. The theme is about what lies beneath in the underworld or hell. Lots of torture, dungeon cells, and diabolical instruments in rooms with incredible monsters. The attractions play well with this theme. Tickets are individual and combo priced for entry into all 4 attractions. Doors close at 11 pm on Friday and Saturday or 10 pm on other nights. They give the impression that you will experience the fright of your life. So if true I will put them in the extreme haunted house category.
Field of Screams - Olney, MD
Field of Screams has four individually priced haunt attractions. Open every Friday and Saturday nights starting late September 2019 and most Sunday and Thursday nights. The Trail of Terror is 35 minutes roaming the haunted forest where the farmer was once skinned alive by a werewolf. Lusion Manor is the haunted house. Hades Hayride goes through the evil grounds claimed by the underworld. Field of Screams doors open at 6:30 pm. Tickets range from $15 to $20 per attraction. There is a combo package available at discounted prices.
Fright Fest at Six Flags America - Mitchelleville, MD
Opening night is September 21st, 2019. Open every Saturday and Sunday plus some other dates in October. Fright Fest is the weekend Halloween event at Six Flags America. Ticket prices vary but generally are around $42 – 55 for admission. As you might expect in a park this size there are multiple entertainment options. Entertainment includes Blood Moon stunt terror, theater or Magic, and Dead Man’s Party. There are many haunt attractions such as Voodoo Curse, Necroville, Spider Outbreak, Haunting of Hall Manor, Twisted Fair Tales, and many more. Most of the fantastic rides have been re-themed for this event.
Legends of the Fog - Aberdeen, MD
Legends opens starting late September 2019. When the fog came in the land changed. The attractions are Haunted Hayride, Sinister Circus, and Carsins Manor. Legends of the Fog runs on Friday, Saturday and some Sunday nights. Tickets combo available to go through the 4 haunted attractions. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Concessions stand is available on premises.
The Cox’s Point Haunted Mansion - Essex, MD
Opening night is October 4th, 2019. Cox’s Point has a long history in the Maryland area. It has been running since 1968. They advertise as the oldest non-profit haunted attraction in the country. Tickets are $10. In 2019 it will operate from 7 pm until 11 pm. They are open Friday and Saturday nights.
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More Fall Activities near Washington DC and Baltimore:
DC Area Oktoberfests
Baltimore Ghost Tours
Baltimore Halloween Events
Washington DC Halloween Events
Thanksgiving in Baltimore
Thanksgiving in Washington DC
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