Pittsburgh Haunted Houses for Halloween 2019

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 4th, 2019.  Operating for over 25 years, Castle Blood is “Pennsylvania’s most unusual haunted attraction”. Expect to find lots of vampires, scenes of the dead, even an undead bride and supernatural creatures. Tickets are $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 in late September 2019.  For over a decade during Halloween season the Cheeseman Fright Farm has been operating this wonderful haunted attraction. Tickets are $20. The attraction runs every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night in October. Arrive early and do not keep the tractors waiting. The Haunted Hayride starts at dark.  They run a haunted hayride, haunted corn maze, and haunted barn.  During daytime hours they run a Pumpkin Fest family event on the farm.

Demon House - Monongahela, PA
This haunted attraction opens on September 6th, 2019.  “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.  A fun place for a nights fun with an outdoor movie theater, campfire, and entertainment plus a truly frightful haunted attraction.

Eerie Acres Farm Haunted House - Butler, PA
Just 30 minutes north of Pittsburgh, Eerie Acres Farm is a brand new haunted house located at 386 Eagle Mill Rd in Butler. The cost is $15 for general admission or $25 for a fast pass. Tickets can be purchased online at eerieacresfarm.com or at the gate. Eerie Acres Farm is opening for the 2019 scare season on September 28th and continues every Friday and Saturday night through October. Their motto? “WE FARM FEAR.”

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 it’s 30th year 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.  Entering its 30th season, Fright Farm is one of Pennsylvania’s top rated professional haunted attractions, with 5 distinct attractions; The Fest-Evil Midway, Hayride of No Return, Frightmare Mansion, Hallow Grounds, and a 2019 Surprise attraction! Our state-of-the-art special effects, highly-detailed scenes, custom digital soundtracks, computerized lighting, and talented actors make Fright Farm a frightening experience unlike any other.  Fright Farm has over 25000 Facebook likes.

Ghost Lake at Conneaut Lake Park - Conneat Lake, PA
The fun begins on September 20th, 2019.  Attraction has 13 haunts. The 13 Levels of Fear are Clown Town, The Funeral Home, House of Evil, Haunted Hotel Conneaut, Zombie Hell, Last House on the Left, Carnival of Fear, Purple Haze, Demon House, Cabin in the Woods, The Devil’s Den, Museum of Horror, Blue Streak Ghoster Coaster. Doors open at 7 pm and close at midnight on Friday and Saturday. Doors close at 11 pm on other nights. Attraction runs Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights.  Ghost Lake says they are the largest, longest, and scariest haunted attraction in the world. You are advised to allow 2 hours to go through this attraction.

Haunted Guyasuta - Sharpsburg, PA
On October 19th, 2019 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.  The Camp has put on this one day event for 19 years.

Haunted Hills Estate - Uniontown, PA
Haunted Hills Estate is YOUR Halloween Destination!  Join us in 2019 as we celebrate 16 years of unique and original Haunted Entertainment! Attractions have been upgraded with special effects, including pneumatics, animatronics, sound systems, video effects, and house some of the best actors in the haunt industry. The creative themes are original and pull you into the interactivity of the show! No conga lines here, you will experience an immersive and interactive show that puts YOU right in the dead center.  They open on Friday the 13th.  Haunted Hills runs every Friday and Saturday in September and every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night in October.   For more information, visit www.HauntedHillsEstate.com

Haunted Mini Golf - Aliquippa, PA
Hopewell Windmill is open every day with their Halloween season Haunted Mini Golf event.  A round of this special golf event is $12.  The Windmill has been providing family fun to local residents in Western PA for over 50 years. Located in Hopewell Township, The Windmill features an 18 hole mini golf course, with haunted golf in the fall, the areas only outdoor RC Racetrack, and an amazing snack shop featuring tons of great treats and amazing ice cream!

Hell’s Hollow Haunt - Mercer, PA
This haunt is open every weekend starting September 20th.  It runs every Friday and Saturday nights in October 2019 through November 2nd.  They feature a haunted hayride for $10 and a bloody barn for $12.  Save money with their combo ticket.  The Bloody Barn has 3 floor of terror in an 1872 haunted barn.  If you make it through then enjoy the Haunted Haywagon of Horror with a 25 minute ride through the forest at Hell’s Hollow.

Hundred Acres Manor - Bethel Park, PA
The fear returns beginning September 6th. 2019.  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. Hundred Acres has over 37000 Facebook likes.

Huston’s Haunted Hollow - Rockwood, PA
The season begins in late September 2019.  A great value for only $20-23. 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 27th, 2019.  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 13th. Opens at 7 pm. The non-haunts open at 6 pm. Tickets are $25 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. During the day the farm has a hayride, barrel train rides, barnyard animals, and a kids pumpkin patch playland for just $10. Open weekends

Murarik Motorsports Annual Haunted House - Phillipsburg, PA
Each year Murarik Motorsports is transformed from a car dealership to a haunted house. Every year a different charity is selected to receive the donations collected at the event. Established: October 2011.  Open October 24th, 25th, and 26th, 2019.  Note this is generally a free event but they welcome donations for charity.

Phantom Fright Nights Kennywood - Pittsburgh, PA
The Halloween season starts September 27th, 2019 at Kennywood Amusement Park.  Now celebrating over 18 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 6 pm until 12 am. Save 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
The Basement returns in a new location.  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 from Scarehouse.  It is open Friday and Saturday nights in September and most Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October. Scarehouse will not open in 2019.  It is relocating and will return in 2020.  This is considered by most as one of the top haunt attractions in the entire country.  Scarehouse has over 80000 Facebook likes. “Pittsburgh’s Ultimate Haunted House”. The attractions are Infernal, Nocturnia 3D, and the all new Sunset Lodge.  Consider Scarehouse as a living tribute to the Zombie capital of the world. REMINDER:  The Basement is open in 2019 but Scarehouse in not open.  Check web page fore The Basement’s new location.

The Beacon Hotel - Renfrew, PA
The Beacon Hotel is open every weekend starting September 27th, 2019.  Tickets are $20.  This is a haunted house with a 15 acre corn maze and tractor ride.  Enjoy the fright then sample some food from their many concession stands.  A great place for hot chocolate, apple cider and beer.

West Alexander Scare at the Fair - West Alexander, PA
Started in 2013 as a fundraiser to benefit local organizations and staffed by volunteers, this is one of the area’s best attractions with 8500 square feet of haunted fun. Open Friday and Saturday nights. Not recommended for children under 8.  Attraction opens for the season on October 4th, 2019.

Zombies of the Corn - Freedom, PA
Come out every Friday and Saturday nights in October 2019 for this scary event battling zombies.  They start this haunt on September 27th and run it through November 2nd.  Lots of fun in the corn maze or the zombie paintball wagon. STOP The ZOMBIE Apocalypse in Pittsburgh NOW! That’s Right, this is your chance to “open fire” and protect our city. The zombies have the rage but ONLY you have the weapons!  They have been quarantined in our specially built prison. Our specialized “Zombie Fighting Vehicle” allow 24 people per ride to join our cause to eliminate these creatures that have an insatiable hunger for human flesh.

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