TOP 13 HAUNTED HOUSES IN AMERICA
Coming in at #1 on our list of top haunted houses in the country is Kersey Valley Spookywoods. Spookywoods is celebrating its 30th year of fear, and is one of the longest running haunted attractions in the country. The haunt offers 9 different attractions, and you’re guaranteed to be terrified in every single one of them.
The Haunted Hotel, located downtown in the Gaslamp District, is the longest running haunted house in San Diego.
This year, make your way through the creepiest doll island you will ever visit, try to escape the torturous grasp of The Dissectors, and watch your step as you come aboard our Clown Subway.
The Haunted Hotel is packed full of spine tingling, heart pounding effects that are so real they will keep you screaming for your life as you try to find your way out.
Spookyworld sits on a 40 acre property only 45 minutes from Boston and offers 5 unique and terrifying attractions. One of the most memorable is a mile long hay ride from hell that brings you face to face with the horrors of the dark woods of New Hampshire. Certainly the most horrifying experience in New England!
The Dent School House was formerly an actual school house in Cincinnati, OH and has been converted to one of the most unique haunted attractions in the country. You will truly feel like you are reliving the dark history of the school as you wander through its halls.
The Cutting Edge Haunted House in Fort Worth, TX currently holds the Guiness World Record for the largest walk-through haunted house, and it will be one of the most horrifying walks of your life. The Denton Record Chronicle has called it “The longest adrenaline rush money can buy!”
Bennett’s Curse Haunted Attraction in Baltimore, Maryland is becoming renowned in the haunt world. Now at an easily accessible new location in an over 40,000 square foot facility, the Legendary Bennett’s curse boasts FOUR terrifying haunted houses and is now expanding beyond last year’s space.
The Beast Haunted House in Kansas City is true to its name. It is one of the largest haunted houses in the country, and one of the rooms is so large that it fills an entire building and contains a forest with ACTUAL trees. It’s so large that you may even feel lost at times.
The House of Torment in Austin, TX is back for its 13th season and is Austin’s only Hollywood-quality haunt. It is a multi-layered psychological thriller that is more like a trip through a modern horror movie than just a haunted house. This is evidenced by its detailed two-story sets, towering animatronic monsters, iconic characters and chilling scenarios. As you make your way through this epic haunted house, don’t be surprised if the sets and characters begin to seem more real than your most vivid nightmares.
Headless Horseman Haunted House in New York offers a remarkable haunt experience that includes a haunted hayride, corn maze, seven haunted houses, and a sideshow magic and illusion show. It is one of the largest and longest lasting haunts in the country, and it never ceases to be scary.
The 13th Floor Haunted House in Chicago shocked people with its terrifying brand of horror in its 2014 inaugural season and is planning on doing the same for its second haunt season. Their two new attractions, Feral Moon and Dead End District, are bound to scare you, whether you’re being stalked by a werewolf or a zombie clown.
The Asylum Haunted House in Denver is a legendary nightmare factory that descends two levels into Gordon Cottingham’s Hospital for the Mentally Insane. The Asylum is a damp and musty place infested with spiders, rats, snakes, and the endless screams of the tortured souls. Explore the abandoned relics of its horrid past and encounter the disembodied spirits of those who endured the atrocities of this wretched domicile. It’s more than crazy!
Nightmare on the Bayou in Houston has been featured on the Travel Channel as one of America’s best haunts, and it is located creepily close to one of Houston’s oldest cemeteries. This graveyard is well known for its paranormal activity and has been designated as a historic site by the state of Texas for being a final resting place of freed slaves and early African-American residents of Houston. This only adds to the scare factor of Nightmare on the Bayou.
Erebus Haunted Attraction is run by Ed and Jim Terebus, some of the most experienced guys in the haunt industry. From 2005 to 2009, Erebus held the Guiness World Record for being the longest walk-through haunted attraction. The haunt leads its victims through four stories of unique and terrifying paths with fear so intense you may have nightmares for years.