Pittsburgh Haunted Houses for Halloween 2017

Pittsburgh haunted houses are some of the scariest haunt attractions in Pennsylvania and the United States.  Enjoy a great scary night out with your spouse, date, or friends.  Expect the ghosts, zombies, and clowns at these haunted attractions to scare you.  For the price of a movie ticket you can be part of the action as you come face to face with terror.  State of the art animatronics, great props, Hollywood sets, and actors with makeup beyond belief create a thrilling Halloween experience.  You will be frightened.

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The souls of steel workers who manned the mills and lived amongst the soot still haunt the historic houses of Pittsburgh. They’re a bit more mellow now that they are located in one of America’s most livable cities, but they’re still pretty bitter about the past.

Castle Blood - Monessen, PA
Opens this year on October 6th.  Operating for over 20 years, Castle Blood is “Pennsylvania’s most unusual haunted attraction”. Expect to find lots of vampires, scenes of the dead, and supernatural creatures. Tickets are $20-25. Castle Blood is open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October. Castle opens at 7 pm. Ticket booth closes at 11 pm on Friday and Saturday or 9 pm on Sunday.

Cheeseman Fright Farm - Portersville, PA
The season begins on September 22nd.  For over a decade during Halloween season the Cheeseman Fright Farm has been operating this wonderful haunted attraction. Tickets are $15-20. The attraction runs every Friday, Saturday, and Sundays in October. Arrive early and do not keep the tractors waiting. The Haunted Hayride starts at dark.

Demon House - Monongahela, PA
This haunted attraction opens on September 2nd.  “We will scare the living soul out of you.” Demon House will unleash the evil demons upon you. They run a special one night lights out glow stick specials .They are open 7 pm to midnight on Friday and Saturday or 10 pm on other nights. They are open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights in September and October.

Freddy’s Haunts - Aliquippa, PA

Fright Farm - Smithfield, PA
Begin with the Festival Midway with music, celebrity appearances, concessions, face painting, bonfires, classic horror movies, and haunting entertainment. Then expect to be terrorfied in the Terror Maze, Paranoia, Frightmare Mansion, Hallow Grounds, and Dead End Hayride attractions. Now celebrating 27 years of frightening folks. The General Admission tickets gets you into five attractions. Open most nights except Monday and Tuesday. Lots of special and discounts available.

Haunted Guyasuta - Sharpsburg, PA
On October 17th Camp Guyasuta puts on a one night Saturday fright featuring a hayride, haunted trail, zip line, climbing wall, and pumpkin patch. Online tickets save you money.  Activities run from 3:00 pm until 9:00 pm. Souvenirs, food and snacks available for purchase.

Haunted Hills Estate - Uniontown, PA
Back again starting September 15th with new characters, new scenes, new themes, and new horrors. Enjoy the Spooky Street which contains the bonfire, Black Cauldron Concessions, and Crow’s Nest Novelty Shop. In business for 4 years, Haunted Hills Estate puts on three great haunt attractions named The Curse Challenge Trail, Legends Hotel, and The Twisted Nightmare. The doors open at 7 pm. Tickets prices are based on the day of the week and the haunt you want to go through. Visit any Friday and Saturday for $15 for one adventure, $20 for two, or $25 for three. Open Friday and Saturday nights in September and Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October.  Check website for details and added dates.

Hundred Acres Manor - Bethel Park, PA
The fear returns beginning September 8th.  Six attractions all for the one low price of $20 per victim. Hundred Acres Manor operates a 7500 square foot haunted house. The attractions are Dead Lift, Damnation, The Family, The Maze, Brine Slaughterhouse. It takes about 45 minutes to go through this haunted house. Doors open at 7 pm and close at 11:30 pm on Friday and Saturday and at 10 pm on other nights. Runs Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in September and most nights in October.  See web page for details. Also available is a Live Zombie Paintball attraction for additional price.

Huston’s Haunted Hollow - Rockwood, PA
The season begins on September 29th.  A great value for only $20. They have a bonfire, refreshments, and concession stand along with 4 haunted attractions. Haunted Boarding House (evil in the hollow), Twisted Barn 4D ( a high startle graphic experience), Haunted Hayride and Toxic Swamp Walk, and Dead End Cornfield. Huston’s Haunted Hollow is open from dusk until 10 pm. Open every Friday and Saturday night in October.

Lonesome Valley Farms Valley of Terror - Greenbury, PA
The season begins on September 29th.  They operate two haunted attractions and two non-haunts on this Pennsylvania farm. The haunts are advertised as “Where you are the Harvest.” They are open every Friday and Saturday nights. Open Sundays starting October 9th. Opens at 7 pm. The non-haunts open at 6 pm. Tickets are $23 for the Valley of Terror Haunted Hayride and Maze Trail combo ticket with the Slotter Farm House & Barn. The non-haunt ticket is $10 for the Corn Maze and $7 for the Country Hayride. During the day the farm has a hayride, barrel train rides, barnyard animals, and a kids pumpkin patch playland for just $10. Open weekends

Phantom Fright Nights Kennywood - Pittsburgh, PA
The Halloween season starts September 29th at Kennywood Amusement Park.  Now celebrating over 15 terrifying years, Kennywood will once again operate Phantom Fright Nights. The weekend attraction is open every Friday and Saturday night in October plus two Sundays. This attraction is open from 7 pm until 1 am. Save $4 with online tickets. They advertise intense spectacles of sheer terror with Biofear, Voodoo Bayou, Mortem Manor, Villa of the Vampires, and many more attractions.

Scarehouse - Etna, PA
Get ready for their September 15th opening night.  “Pittsburgh’s Ultimate Haunted House”. Scarehouse is three haunts for one price. All parking is at the Pittsburgh Zoo or PPG Aquarium then ride the shuttle. The parking address is 7340 Butler Street. The attractions are Infernal, Nocturnia 3D, and the all new Sunset Lodge.  Tickets are $15.99-24.99 online depending on the night. Reserve your tickets for half hour entry times. Consider Scarehouse as a living tribute to the Zombie capital of the world. Also for 2017 is The Basement. Here you will be touched, restrained, hooded and scared out of your mind. The Basement is something different for adults with high voltage effects, sexual content, water, live animals, and violent situations. Tickets are separate. Scarehouse is open Friday and Saturday nights in September and most Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October.  This is considered by most as one of the top haunt attractions in the entire country.

Check out all our Haunted Houses in Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia Haunted Houses
Scranton Haunted Houses
Harrisburg Haunted Houses
State By State List of Halloween Haunted Houses
Newark Haunted Houses
Trenton Haunted Houses
Cleveland Haunted Houses

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Write a review about the last Halloween haunted attraction you visited.  Please include the haunt name, state, and city.  What did you like most?  How scary was the haunt?  Was it a haunted house, haunted trail, haunted hayride, haunted corn maze or other type of attraction?  What was the haunts theme?  (zombies, clowns, ghosts, etc.) Did they have amenities such as food concessions, parking, restrooms, convenient hours, and live entertainment? We would love to hear from you below about your visit.  Thanks for you response.

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