Find our complete list of 2019 Halloween haunted houses in West Virginia at Funtober. We list the most popular local haunted attractions including haunted trails, haunted corn mazes, haunted houses, scream parks, and more Halloween fun. Find the dates, hours, locations and ticket prices for Halloween attractions in your area. West Virginia has some remarkable haunts with lots of zombies, vampires, witches, and monsters roaming these scream parks. Expect to find Hollywood type set designs, live actors, air blasters, animatronics, and creepy costumes.Last Major Update:
Fright Nights - Daniels, WV
The season opens on October 5th. Fright Nights is open every Friday and Saturday night in October. This is Glade Springs Halloween attraction. Tickets are $10 and $15 for individual tickets or get all 4 attractions for $22. They have a scary walk through the countryside. An indoor 3D Nightmare haunt. Also play laser tag or “Spooky Golf”. Lots of fun including a cafe here.
Haunted Trail - Cottageville, WV
Located at the Jackson County Junior Fairgrounds is this terror filled half mile walk for all ages. Fun for adults and kids. Spooky wagon rides, haunted trail, face paintings, photo booth, and a petting zoo. Spooky Fun for all! Come join us the last weekend in October! Open October 26th and 27th.
Shocka-Con Horror Convention - Charleston, WV
Located at the Beni Kedem Shrine Center (also runs The Haunted Barn) comes this Horror and SciFi convention held on September 21st-23rd. It’s a haunt, a con, a concert and so much more. They also have a costume contest with prizes.
The Apollo Civic Haunted Theatre - Martinsburg, WV
The Apollo Civic Theatre has opened and present Apolloween in October. Lots of paranormal investigation, fun, and Rocky Horror Picture Show. Open October 20th and 27th.
The Asylum presents Hospital of Horrors - Weston, WV
The Asylum presents Hospital of Horrors beginning September 28th. It runs every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights in October. Tickets are $25 per person but check their web page for a big discount coupon. Do you recognize the address? It is the home of the former Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum. A real asylum now popular with locals for real ghost tours, heritage tours, overnight paranormal events, parties and lots of activities every day. Hysteria opens at dark and runs until midnight on Friday and Saturday or until 10 pm on other nights. The building is a living monument to the history of mental illness. It was the largest hand carved building in North America and home to thousands of patients. The haunted houses takes over the facility each October at dusk for a terrifying haunted house event. The story is that Doctor Cerebus ran sadistic experiments clouding the veil between the living and dead. Once a reputable hospital is now home to undesirable souls. You can tour the facility during the day or come back at dusk when the dead come out to play.
The House of the Setting Sun and the Haunted Barn - Green Springs, WV
This annual haunt is put on by the organization Community Involvement For Kids. A non profit all volunteer haunt providing lots of local fun each year.
West Virginia Penitentiary Dungeon of Horrors - Moundsville, WV
Opens beginning September 21st for the season. Dungeon of Horrors is located inside the former West Virginia Penitentiary. Open Thursday and Saturday through October plus some more added nights in October. Tickets for the haunted house vary depending on the night. Save money and shop online. The prison once housed up to 2000 prisoners with many deaths and accidents. Over 90 prisoners were executed by the state at this prison. Ghosts are rumored to haunt this place. Now this facility is home to daily tours, overnight ghost tours, parties, festivals, a zombie walk, and in October the Dungeon of Horrors haunted house. and North Wall. This is one of the largest, busiest and possibly best haunts in West Virginia.
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