Seattle Haunted Houses for Halloween 2017

 Seattle, Washington haunted houses are some of the scariest in the northwest states.  Spend a fun night out with your spouse, date, or friends.  Enjoy being terrified at these haunted attractions.  For the price of a book 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 Seattle area.

The ghosts of the Seattle area are always wired up to scare the locals. Perhaps they put something special in the coffee here.  In any event expect to find some wonderful scary Seattle haunted houses in Washington.

Brads Boo Barn Haunted House - Spanaway, WA
The barn is open every Friday and Saturday night starting in October. It’s open from 7 pm until 10 or 10:30pm. Attraction is again new for 2018 with a new 3D Slaughterhouse and Zombie Paintball attraction. It uses an old schoolhouse and 6 acres to bring terror to your family.

Carletons Fright Farm - Lake Stevens, WA
Farm Fright opens October 5th.  Gee what could be more creepy than a haunted swamp? There are three attractions featured here. Tickets are online for the Haunted Swamp, Zombie Farm, and the no haunt dark maze. A triple combo ticket is available. Oh they have added Zombie Paintball.  Box office open at 7 pm and closes at 10 pm. Attraction is open every Friday and Saturday nights in October plus a few other nights. They also have great daytime farm activities daily.  This place is lots of fun.  Check their website for details.

Cinema of Horrors - Kelso, WA

Kelso’s “Cinema of Horrors” voted the second “Must See” haunted house in Washington this Halloween season! Cinema of Horrors Haunted House, in its third year at Three Rivers Mall in Kelso, WA will return to haunt the old, abandoned Three Rivers Cinema on Friday, October 5th, 2018. According to the Scare Factor, it’s voted the “second must see haunted house in the state of Washington for 2018.” This year’s frightful fun includes two haunted houses, family friendly trick-or-treat nights and more nightly fun! Presented by Treadway Events, KUKN, KLOG & The Wave radio stations, The Cinema of Horrors Haunted House at Three Rivers Mall will be open for thirteen scary nights this Halloween season. October 5-6th, 12-13th & 19-21st and 26-31st. 7:00pm-11:00pm Fridays and Saturdays and 7:00pm-9:30pm Sunday’s and weeknights through – Halloween. Tickets range from $10-$20 and $15 pre-sale tickets are available online now. Their two terrifying, top-notch haunted houses feature new scares, twists and turns! “FarmHouse”, a fan favorite, is in its final season this year. The attraction is voted their most terrifying attraction: A nonstop adrenaline rush inside of Ma’s dusty, demented old murder house where the family enjoys tormenting and enticing their visitors. “Dark Legends of New Orleans,” their newest attraction, offers a blood-curdling, very dark trip back in time to historic New Orleans where voodoo, witchcraft, spirits and more are thought to lurk… The Cinema will offer a wide variety of yummy Halloween-themed fair food and deep-fried goodies. This year’s event features local high school actors from Kelso High, Mark Morris and other nearby schools along with volunteers from local community organizations. For families wanting a not-so-scary experience, the haunted house will offer “Trick-or-Treat Nights” for families with children under 13 years of age. Children take a trip through the non-scary event and collect candy along the way! These nights take place October 28 & 31st from 4:00pm-6:00pm before the regular attraction opens. Candy bags provided!

Fright Factory - Buckley, WA
Attraction opens up on September 29th.  A realistic and horrifying show put on as a charity benefit. Tickets are $15. Attraction is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October plus a couple other nights near Halloween. This is an all updated haunt at their same location facility. Most of the haunt is indoors.

Georgetown Morgue Haunted House - Seattle, WA
Season begins September 21st.  Located at the old Georgetown Morgue, The attraction runs Friday and Saturday nights in September and Thursday through Sundays in October.  Doors generally open at 7 pm. Check schedule on website for both opening and closing times which vary greatly by day.  Admission is $24 but combo options and discounts available. Upon delving deeper into the bowels of the Georgetown Morgue earlier this year, We unearthed a terrifying secret buried far beneath the blood splattered floor boards. Come take a tour and see what our Janitor’s Rigger and Mortis have been hiding all these years. Wonder below at your own risk to see if you can escape the body strewn sewers and private janitorial quarters of the Georgetown Morgue.

Haunted Nightmare at the Nile - Mountlake Terrace, WA
6 haunted attractions plus an escape room that is new for 2018. Open Fridays through Sundays from 10/5/18 to 10/28/18 plus Halloween. Begin your journey at The Curse of the Nile, where the Pharaoh awaits his next victim. If you escape from the tomb, continue on to The Ballinger Asylum where theres a cell with your name on it waiting for you. Then take a stroll through The Ballinger Cemetary, and face your greatest fear as you approach the gates of Hell themselves at The Infernum. Next put on your 3D Glasses for the 3D Circus and Clown Town Revival. Be careful, because next you may stumble upon an isolated research station located in the frozen Arctic, where something went terribly wrong!

Kitsap Haunted Fairgrounds - Bremerton, WA
The fun begins on October 5th this season.  The Kitsap Haunted Fairgrounds has been open for 15 years. The fairgrounds are open Friday and Saturday nights in October plus Halloween.  The open times are 6 pm to 11 pm. Tickets are $15, or lights on at 5 pm for $5. All proceeds benefit North Kitsap Rotary projects.  New attractions are Slaughter House and Zombie Paintball.

Mill Creek Haunted Hollow - Mill Creek, WA
They are a residential outdoor yard haunt which endeavors to entertain and amuse the public every year with Halloween fun and warmth.  Visitors are welcome to walk through the (grave)yard and enjoy the decorations, we also host a cider cart each year, which provides free hot cider to any and all who need a cup of warmth on a cold Halloween night.  Mill Creek is located in the Pacific Northwest; a gentle township nestled between Seattle and Everett, Washington. Most decorations come out in early October, but the week preceding Halloween is when we really show the yard haunt. We keep the basic lights on from dusk to 10pm leading up to Halloween. Halloween night, we have everything running, which includes audio and projections. We also serve free hot cider and give out candy to trick-or-treaters.

Nightmare at Beaver Lake - Sammamish, WA
The Nightmare begins with opening night October 12th.  This haunt is a 100% all charity and all volunteer haunted attraction. The full scare attraction runs from 7 pm until 10 pm or 11 pm nightly. They are advertised as the most terrifying haunted house on the eastside.  It runs Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October plus the 30th and 31st. Every year in October a fearsome shadow falls over Beaver Lake Park. A group of demented, dedicated volunteers crawl out of the dark to put on an event that will leave you screaming. Come see the Nightmare At Beaver Lake, the Seattle area’s largest indoor/outdoor haunted house. Fear follows as you wind through a trail of terror nearly a mile long that leads you to a dreadful haunted house…

Nightmare on 9th - Snohomish, WA
The Snohomish Slaughter House is the big attraction here following the gruesome death of one of the brothers. They are open Friday and Saturday nights from 7pm – 12am or 10pm on other nights. The fun starts weekends in October plus some daytime hours. Please check their web page.  This place is big on zombie paintball.  This is part of the Thomas Family Farm entertainment complex.

Stalker Farms - Snohomish, WA
Opening night is October 6th.  Stalker Farms is themed as “Corn Fed Horror”. They offer 2 haunted attractions plus a non haunted corn maze as one packaged ticket and the paintball event The Hunt for Zombies as a separate ticket. With either ticket you can walk the corn maze. It takes about 15-20 minutes to go through each attraction. Field of Screams and The Last Laugh both are haunts you can expect to find darkness, fog, loud sounds, strobe lights, and scary actors. Yes the Zombies are real and scary. Stop by any Friday and Saturday or some Thursday and Sunday nights in October between 7 pm – 10 pm for the fright of your life. Double Dare online tickets are $19.95. They offer a combo Double Dare and No Scare for $24.45. Check the website for Zombie paintball tickets.

Shadows Haunted Fright House Station - Tacoma, WA
Opening night is September 28th.  Shadows is new with two scary heart pounding attractions located at the Annex Square Mall. Shadows Dare the Dark Maze and Redemption are both unique attractions. Open nights this year on Friday, and Saturday in October. Tickets are $17 for individual attraction or $25 for the combo option. Frighthouse Station is Tacoma’s longest-running haunted attraction. You are cordially invited to step into two haunted houses – SHADOWS and The REDEMPTION – filled with nightmarish creatures, the shambling dead, the unnatural and unrelenting.  Take a moment to forget the nightmares of your life and enjoy the nightmares waiting for you inside – unexpected, waiting, without mercy. Are you ready?

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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 your response.

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