Haunted Houses in Rhode Island for Halloween 2024

Find all the local Halloween haunted houses in Rhode Island here at Funtober for 2024. We list all the haunted attractions including haunted hayrides, haunted houses, haunted trails, haunted house near me, and other Halloween entertainment here in Rhode Island and across the country. Expect to find zombies, vampires, walking dead, witches and lots of Freddys and Jasons roaming your local haunt. In Rhode Island, you are never far from a great haunted attraction featuring live actors with unbelievable makeup, animatronics, Hollywood set designs, creepy costumes, and air blasters.

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13th World Haunted Hill - Cumberland, RI
Haunt attraction opens in early October as a bigger and better 13th World.  Haunted Hill has been re-themed with all new attractions.  Same location as before.  The owners have been terrifying people in southern New England for over a decade. Tickets are $20. Attraction runs Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October. Doors are open from 7 pm to 10 pm most nights.

Factory of Terror West Warwick - West Warwick, RI
This terror attraction opens every Friday and Saturday nights in October. Also open every Sunday night plus additional dates in October and November.   Featured 5 attractions include Psycho Alley, Asylum, Dracula’s Hideway, 4D Blackout, and Ghost Cemetery. Basic tickets are $17.99-20.00 but there are some other options and discounts available. See their web page for full pricing and schedule details.

Field of Screams - West Greenwich, RI
Don’t miss their opening night in early October.  Spend sixty minutes at Field of Screams with the ghouls, zombies, and disembodied spirits. Now back for over 20 seasons. Doors open at 6:30 pm and close at 10:00 pm on Friday and Saturday nights and at 9:00 pm on Thursday and Sunday nights. Field of Screams gives you the only 4D haunted maze in Rhode Island called Cirque Du Souls. Also visit Haunted Insane Asylum and Dead River Haunted Hayride. They have for a Zombie Paintball attraction.  They are open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October plus added dates.  Check their web page for details.

Fortress of Nightmares - Fort Adams, RI
Fortress of Nightmares returns to Fort Adams in the middle of October.  It is open from 6 pm until 10 pm. They are open Friday and Saturday nights in October.  Note this is a real haunted house and during October they also conduct paranormal investigations. Ask about being part of their 10:30 pm ghost hunting investigations.  This is an annual event at Fort Adams.

Haunted Labyrinth - Cranston, RI
Back again with opening nights in late September.  Haunting Cranston for 30 years Haunted Labyrinth advertises itself at the “Scariest Haunted House in New England. It features themed room and scary mazes. Tickets are $12-13. It is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights from 7 pm to 10 pm in October. It is located at the Hope Youth Center.

Scary Acres - Hope, RI
Scary Acres is open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights beginning in late September.  You will find “terror at every turn” at Scary Acres owned by Confreda Greenhouses and Farms. Allow about one hour to go through this haunted attraction.  It runs from 6:30 pm to 10 pm nightly. Ticket price is $20 and includes both the Haunted Hay Ride and Haunted Corn Maze.

Slater Park Haunted Tunnel - Pawtucket, RI
Sorry folks but given the uncertainty with this virus they will not open this fall.  Located at Slater Park’s Daggett Farm.  This is a fund raising event to support the care of their animals.  They are open Friday and Saturday nights in October.

If you tire of the Rhode Island haunted houses, jump across the state border to the haunted attractions in Connecticut or Massachusetts.

Find other fun things to do in Rhode Island in October:
Oktoberfest in Rhode Island
Rhode Island Festivals
Rhode Island Corn Mazes
Rhode Island Ghost Tours
Pumpkin Patches in Rhode Island

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You may also be interested in our article on Haunted Houses and Horror Movies | History of Fear.

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