#1: House of Torment - Austin TX, Chicago IL

House of Torment – located in both Austin, TX and Chicago, IL – is often recognized as one of the best haunted houses and a Halloween tradition in their respective cities. House of Torment is an intense, graphic, theatrical show that will take you on a gut-wrenching ride of visceral thrills and psychological horror.

#2: Fear Farm & Phoenix Haunted Hayride - Phoenix, AZ

As the largest outdoor haunted attraction in the valley, Fear Farm is home to creatures one wouldn’t dare to imagine. With fields filled with scares, including a haunted hayride, Fear Farm has become a Halloween favorite among locals. Guests will enjoy six frightening attractions all in the company of fear.

#3: Netherworld - Atlanta, GA

Netherworld Haunted House, now located in Stone Mountain, Georgia, upgrades its scares every Halloween season. Known as one of the scariest haunted houses in Georgia, Netherworld is sure to provides an unforgettable experience to all visitors due to its extremely realistic scares.

#4: 13th Floor - Phoenix AZ, Denver CO, Jacksonville FL, Chicago IL, Columbus OH, San Antonio TX

The 13th Floor Haunted House has locations in 6 cities across the U.S. – Phoenix, Denver, San Antonio, Chicago, and now Jacksonville and Columbus. Created by nationally recognized and award-winning haunted house designers, the 13th Floor will transport you to new levels of horror with new and terrifying attractions unlike any other.

#5: City of the Dead & The Asylum - Denver, CO

Two of Denver’s favorite haunted houses have come together to become the city’s most terrifying nightmare. Home to the living dead and deranged patients who live in twisted realities, City of the Dead & The Asylum is a bone-chilling experience you won’t forget.

#6: Headless Horseman - Ulster Park, NY

Headless Horseman Haunted House in New York offers 45 acres worth of frightening experiences. The haunt also includes a haunted hayride and interactive entertainment on-site. Each spooky twist and turn will not disappoint you and your friends!

#7: Bates Motel - Philadelphia, PA

The Bates Motel is Philadelphia’s favorite haunted hayride due to its highly acclaimed set designs and costumes bringing horror to life. Fear overcomes guests with monsters fueling shrieks and screams.

#8: New Orleans Nightmare - New Orleans, LA

From the producers of 13th Floor Haunted House, New Orleans Nightmare is Southern Louisiana’s newest and largest haunted house. Becoming known as where nightmares come to play in the Big Easy, New Orleans Nightmare will have your darkest dreams come true.

#9: Los Angeles Haunted Hayride - Los Angeles, CA

Celebrating 10 years of scares, the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride has become a Southern California Halloween tradition. Featuring elaborate Hollywood style sets and effects, the haunt transports you into new levels of fear.

#10: Haunted Hotel - San Diego, CA

San Diego’s Haunted Hotel, located in Balboa Park, is a Halloween-must. Journey through the world-famous park to endure what lurks in the shadows. The Haunted Hotel’s mile-long haunted experience that will leave you terrified.

#11: Cutting Edge - Fort Worth, TX

Operating as a multi-story haunted house, Cutting Edge is a sensory overload experience for guests. Filled with high quality special effects and design, the haunted house instills fear throughout each attraction.

#12: Nashville Haunted Hayride & Woods - Nashville, TN

Take a journey into the unknown at Nashville Haunted Hayride & Woods. As Nashville’s ultimate outdoor haunted attraction and only haunted hayride, each spooky twist and turn will not disappoint you and your friends. Make your way through the haunted woods and slide your way into more scares.

#13: Spookyworld Presents Nightmare New England - Litchfield, NH

Spooky World presents Nightmare New England is home to multiple haunted attractions and other various forms of entertainment. Here, there is something that every person in your friend group can enjoy. From Zombie Paintball to Mini-Golf, this is the New England destination during the Halloween season.

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