Newark haunted houses are some of the largest and best in the United States. Expect a great night out with your spouse, date, or friends. Enjoy and scream as you are terrified at these haunted attractions. For the price of a movie 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 Newark area including the cities of Rockaway, Brooklyn, New York City, and East Brunswick.Last Major Update:
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Newark is a transportation mecca, home to one of the biggest airports and container shipping facilities in the United States. The constant movement of objects in and out of the area means that more than one ghost has accidentally been deposited in the vicinity of Newark. And here are a few of the haunted houses that they frequent.
Bane Haunted House - Livingston, NJ
Opens this year on September 21st. Bane advertises “Bringing Nightmares to Life”. It is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in September and most Wednesday through Sunday nights in October. Doors open at 7 pm. There is free parking. They play on every one of your fears; claustrophobic, separation anxiety, clowns, and more. This year Bane is even more interactive than ever with a brand new entrance and a terrifying exit! Get ready for the scare of your life! Bane has over 28000 Facebook likes.
Brighton Asylum - Passaic, NJ
Expecting a great season beginning September 21st. The asylum is an interactive indoor haunted house with actors, Hollywood quality sets, special effects and much more in their 13,000 square foot scare attraction. It is a warehouse located in an industrial complex. It has both basic and combo tickets available. It opens at 8:00 pm. Note this place has more events that run throughout the year. Check out their package for monthly activities. Open Friday and Saturday nights in September. Open most Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October. They also host full contact, blackout, and zombie hunt nights. Brighton Asylum has over 32000 Facebook likes.
Casola Farms Haunted Attractions - Marlboro, NJ
The Haunted Hayride of Terror operates 4 attractions plus a Halloween gift store and food concession. It runs from 7 pm to 11 pm or 10 pm on Sundays. It is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights beginning September 28th through October. You can enter a single attraction, the Haunted Hayride of Terror or all four attractions for a combo ticket. The attractions are The Living Maze, Haunted Wooded Trail, 3D Haunted Barn, and The Hayride of Terror. They also have a separate Zombie Paintball ticket.
Frighfest at Schaefers Farm - Flemington, NJ
Back again starting on September 28th. Frightfest is 45 minutes of fright covering 200 acres on Schaefers Farm. As you go through their four attractions you will ride, walk, and run for your life. The attractions are the Hair Raising Hayride, Trails of Terror, Massacre Maize, and The Carnival of Chaos. Frightfest is open every Friday, Saturday, and most Sundays plus additional dates (see web page). It opens at 7 pm and runs until 10 pm on Friday and Saturday or 9 pm on Sunday.
House of Horrors Haunted Asylum - East Brunswick, NJ
Advertised as a “House of Horror” The Haunted Asylum is put on by the Middlesex County 4 H Teen Council. They run Friday and Saturday nights starting in October. Open from 7 pm to 11 pm. Tickets available for the haunted house or the hayride.
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