Nashville haunted houses are some of the largest and best in Tennessee. Enjoy a great scary night out with your spouse, date, or friends. Expect to be terrified at these haunted attractions. For the price of a restaurant meal 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 Nashville area including the cities of Madison, Spring Hill, Columbia, Springfield, and Hendersonville.
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Bloody Acres Haunted Woods - Gallatin, TN
Season begins this year on September 28th. “Warning the woods has been infected”. Bloody Acres has 14 acres of blood and gore on wooded trails with various rooms and scenes of screams. Tickets are $15. The haunt is open Fridays and Saturdays from 7 pm to 1 pm in September and October plus 7 pm to 11 pm on Sundays in October and weeknights during Halloween week.
Creepy Hollow Haunted Woods - Spring Hill, TN
Attraction opens on September 28th in 2018. “One of the Best Haunted Houses and Haunted Woods in middle Tennessee minutes from Nashville.” Creepy Hollow is open from dark to 11 pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Tickets are $25 for the 3 attractions. Free parking plus lots of music, concessions, and scares. Scream all you want. What is your favorite haunt? Choose from Haunted Woods, Zombie Maze, and Haunted Barn.
Dead Land Scream Park - Lebanon, TN
Opens for the season on September 21st. There are three terrifying trail attractions at Dead Land. They are The Portal, The Crypt, and The Curse. Weekends they are open from 7 pm until midnight. Attraction is open every Friday and Saturday through November 3rd. There are single attraction tickets or combo packages to get you into all three trails.
Death Row Haunted Attraction - Nashville, TN
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Devil’s Dungeon - Nashville, TN
Opening night is September 15th. This is Nashville’s most controversial and scariest haunted house. “A Night in Hell” with lots of blood, screams, and zombies everywhere. Tickets are $20. Devil’s Dungeon opens Friday and Saturday in September and Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October. Open from 8:00 pm until 1:00 am or 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm on other nights. Check website for additional dates.
Millers Thrillers - Columbia, TN
“This ain’t no McDonald’s Playland”. Miller’s Thrillers provides a full range of scary entertainment. Live zombies roam the woods with mutated bodies from the phosphate mines in the area. Spend some time waiting at the concession stand, entertainment zone, or bonfire pit. Tickets to Haunted Woods and Zombie Paintball Hayride are individual or combo priced. They are open from 7 pm to 11 pm. Attraction is open every Friday and Saturday beginning September 29th.
Nashville Nightmare - Madison, TN
Opening night is Sepember 21st. Two haunted houses feature dark passages, wandering monsters, state of the art animatronics, an incredible special effects. Starts Tickets to Nashville Nightmare are for entry into their 4 major haunted houses. Night Terrors has 13 different scenes such as the all new Madison Square Mortuary, Harpo’s House of Horrors, Big Mamas Meat Packing Plant, Cellar Dwellers, and Underwood Asylum as examples. The separate all new haunt Horror High is based on high school. Your school was never like this. Where are all the people? It takes about 40 minutes to go through Night Terrors and 20 minutes for Horror High. Nashville Nightmare is open 8pm to midnight on most weekend dates. Sunday nights are 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm. It runs every Friday and Saturday nights in October plus most weekdays and Sundays around Halloween. Haunt ends November 10th.
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