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2021 Guide to Haunted Houses in Alabama

2021 Guide to Haunted Houses in Alabama

Did you know that Alabama has 41 haunted house attractions listed for the 2021 Halloween haunt season !? Some of them may be located closer to you than you think…

This article is intended to serve as a guide to Alabama haunted houses , and what types of haunts you can expect to find across the State .

Below, we’ll break down what types of haunts you can find , ranging from spooky hayrides and terrifying trail walks to creepy home haunts and multi-attraction scream parks . We’ll also discuss where in Alabama some of the most popular haunted houses are located!

The following list totals up each type of haunt in Alabama , based on how they are listed on our website:

  • Haunted Barn / Farm – 1
  • Haunted Campout – 1
  • Haunted Cave – 1
  • Charity Haunts – 9
  • Cornfield Maze – 1
  • Haunted Hayrides – 4
  • Home Haunt – 1
  • Rides (Non-Hayride) – 2
  • Haunted Trails – 12

The city with the most haunted attractions / surrounding haunts is Birmingham, AL

Each year, we search the internet to find out what these haunts are up to during the off-season. During our 2021 update session for Alabama , 4 haunts ’ information was updated, 2 were removed (for various reasons) and 2 haunts were added to the Alabama Haunted House Directory .

The following are some of the most popular haunted attractions** in Alabama , based on our website traffic:

Atrox Factory

8404 Parkway Drive, Leeds, AL 35094

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Atrox Factory in Alabama is the Largest Indoor Attraction in the Southeast.

Each season, Atrox does a major refreshment to each scene during the months of January thru September every year.

Each year we get new sets, new characters, new animations, and more things to make your bump in the night that much scarier.

If you come every year, great, we thank you. If you haven’t been in a while, come see what’s changed. I bet you’ll be entertained.

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Nightmare at 3008

1731 Decatur Highway, Fultondale, AL 35068

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First opened in 2012, Nightmare at 3008 is an award winning haunted house in Fultondale, AL known for its chaotic, dark and grungy style. ​ Our long and twisted indoor and outdoor trails will throw you into the terrifying unknown at every turn. ​ Take a plunge into the darkness and experience your very own nightmare here at Nightmare at 3008! ​

Hellbilly Hollow

425 Shelby County Highway 467, Vincent, AL 35178

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Hellbilly Hollow is a swamp trail ride, corn maze & haunted house filled with monsters and ghouls!

Spook Trail

17327 Highway 269, Quinton, AL 35130

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One of Alabama's longest running haunts. Founded in 1989, Spooktrail has been running strong to this date. Over a quarter mile long outdoor MAZE in the WOODS through an old JUNKYARD through twist and turns into the darkness. If you're looking for an extreme adventure into some of the darkest areas of the mind, then we are the place! We try to be a Family Friendly attraction. This means we like to scare the whole family. Some do consider us extreme. We like to keep the tradition of a good old-fashioned Haunt.

Warehouse 31

3150 Lee Street, Pelham, AL 35124

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If you are ready for a night of fear & fright like you have never had then prepare yourself and come see why folks are saying that Warehouse31 is the area’s best haunted house. With two different indoor attractions there is plenty of action packed adrenaline filled moments waiting for you.

This is our traditional style haunted attraction. Rigamortis features twists and turns through 50 scenes of terror and mayhem.

Explore the domain of The Rift Master, a mysterious individual who has opened up a gateway to a realm of terrors known only as 'The Rift'. Through this gateway, the horrors that lurk in The Rift have begun pouring into our world, leaving nothing but destruction in their wake. To those who wish to brave The Rift Master’s domain to see these horrid creatures for themselves… be wary, it could be the last thing you ever see.

3D Experience:

Put on your 3-D glasses and enter the world of 'The Rift'. Packed full of 3D artwork, puzzle pieces, the tunnel of doom, and of course the terrifying creatures found only within The Rift. The Rift Master has also included a special surprise that is sure to make your life flash right before your eyes. Those who have dared to enter, and been lucky enough to return, claim to have never seen anything like it.

Monster Midway:

While you wait to enter the halls of the abandoned warehouse and meet the souls of the dead, you can relax at our Monsters Midway, purchase food and drinks, or watch a classic horror movie projected on a big screen. Don’t forget to get your official Warehouse 31 merchandise before you leave.

**This information was determined by looking at the haunts ’ traffic on our site from the past two years. This is not a top haunts list. The above haunts are listed in no particular order.

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What does fall mean for you? Is it colorful fall foliage, cooler weather, everything pumpkin spice? Maybe it’s all of the above. However, for some of you, it means only one thing. It’s Halloween and time to get your spook on! If that’s the case, here are some of the many haunted houses in Alabama you must try out!

Haunted Houses in Alabama

Halloween is a favorite time of the fall season. For a boo-tiful time, try one of these haunted houses in Alabama to get your spook on! #hauntedhouse #alabama #fall #halloween #fallfun #autumn

For easy finding, I have organized these haunted houses in Alabama by region. As with everything this year, be sure to check each haunted house’s requirements for admission and exercise caution if attending. On the positive, enjoy the requirement of wearing a built-in costume item! 😉

NORTH ALABAMA

Doomsday haunt (athens).

https://www.facebook.com/doomsdayhaunt/photos/a.1493493417572812/2156963354559145

Join the Doomsday Investigation team and discover what’s lurking in these strange woods. See if you have what it takes to make it through woods like you’ve never seen before!

This self described “hybrid immersive haunt” is an outdoor attraction that is wheelchair accessible.

https://www.facebook.com/ArxMortis/photos/10157691934684352

Voted one of the top haunts in the nation, Arx Mortis means “Death Fortress” and is a 50,000 square foot indoor haunt. A recreation of a 1940s sanitarium, the experience involves live actors and animatronic props that…ahem…get your attention!

Lasting roughly 45 minutes, the attraction doesn’t have an official age restriction but isn’t recommended for children under 13.

https://www.facebook.com/The-Lester-Haunted-Hospital-138710986156652/photos/3767003203327394

For those who are curious about paranormal activity, Lester Haunted Hospital is for you. The clinic opened in the 1940s and closed in the 1990s. In those 50 years, there were many patients and employees who saw and heard things they still can’t explain.

This is an indoor experience and children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult. 

https://www.facebook.com/thereapersplaygroundhaunt/photos/631448707485475

The Reaper’s Playground Haunt is the new kid in town. Not too much information is known yet except that it employs experienced actors and offers theme nights including ones for kids.

A good thing to note is the use of strobe lighting. If for any reason this bothers you or isn’t recommended due to a special condition, this might not be the right haunt for you. 

For an interactive, outdoor experience, try the Escape Maze of Terror . There is use of nerf rival weapons for the interactive part.

The weekend attraction is hosted by Huntsville’s Rage Room.

https://www.facebook.com/PVslaughterhouse/photos/1707400506089129

PV Slaughterhouse is located in an old, abandoned meat processing plant. There are stories of paranormal activity in the building and it’s always looking for new victims. Are you the next?

https://www.facebook.com/hauntedhouseofhorror/photos/3394034770610785

Located in historic Courtland, the Haunted House of Horror is one of the largest haunted houses in Alabama. They boast an indoor 40,000 square foot attraction featuring the latest and greatest of haunting frights!

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The Haunted Trails of Terror promises a full, energetic crew of monsters ready to scare. They have indoor and outdoor attractions featuring new glowing black lights!

https://www.facebook.com/thefrightguys/photos/2822397924650460

The Fright Guys-Harvest in Scottsboro is a product of Greg Gamble, the sports artist. Their guided tour lasts approximately 45 minutes and starts with a cinematic experience.

Due to length of the entire experience, there can be long wait times. 

CENTRAL ALABAMA

Atrox factory (leeds).

https://www.facebook.com/AtroxFactory/photos/10157797319492481

Claiming to be the largest, all-indoor haunted attraction in the Southeast, Atrox Factory is also considered to be one of the top 10 haunted attractions in the United States.

They feature over 1/4 mile of twisted hallways full of mind-numbing terror. Each year they create a new set, plot, and actors for all-new annual experiences!

Haunted Hollow in Valley features three different haunts for your choice of a scary time. Choose from Finn’s Funeral Home, Village of the Dead, and Spinal Tap. Do any of those spook…I mean pique your interest?

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Vincent’s Hellbilly Hollow provides its victims visitors with three different attractions for the price of admission. Enjoy a wagon ride, corn maze, and haunted house!

The wagon ride winds through a swamp and Billy’s Manor has many rooms to scare you with!

https://www.facebook.com/The-Haunted-Chicken-House-131512010205294/photos/3437470139609448

At The Haunted Chicken House in Heflin, in addition to the Full Length Haunted Chicken House there is also a Haunted Hay Ride, and (my personal favorite given the above photo) a Crazy Train!

Interesting choices, right?

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The Mountain Creek Trail of Fear takes place in Verbena on 35 acres of land. The two walking trails occur in the woods and last approximately 25-30 minutes each. There is also a separate hayride requiring a separate admission fee. 

No use of flashlights (regular or cellphone) permitted. Also, there is use of strobe lights. 

https://www.facebook.com/NightmareAt3008/photos/3001245423330368

Voted Alabama’s number one must-see haunt by fans two years in a row, Nightmare At 3008 features three attractions. The two indoors are The Underground and The Witch’s Show. The outdoor is Sketchy’s Toxic Candyland.

Price of admission includes all three attractions but please note-The Underground is recommended for “mature audiences”.

https://www.facebook.com/popeshauntedfarm/photos/1743233805824749

Pope’s Haunted Farm in Salem offers a Haunted Hayride, Haunted Barn, and Haunted Forest. All three attractions feature 30+ actors each with the Haunted Forest listed as the most intense experience.

https://www.facebook.com/sleepyhollowhauntedfarm/photos/2355228107929198

Murder Maze, Rip Ride, and Clown Cabin are what you will find at Sleepy Hollow Haunted Farm in Auburn. Each is priced separately or there is a combo package available granting admission to all three attractions. If the video on their website is any clue, there will absolutely be a scary time involved! 

Located inside an old junkyard, Spooktrail promises a “mazeum of monsters and mayhem” in the woods. With over a quarter-mile of haunted fun, this is one of Alabama’s longest running haunted attractions!

https://www.facebook.com/Warehouse31/photos/10157282244141498

Pelham’s Warehouse 31 features two main fright attractions. There is the classic Rigamortis featuring twists and turns through 50 scenes in an old warehouse. 

Then there is the 3D experience where one can don 3D glasses and navigate through the tunnel of doom and other scary situations. Both experiences are rated PG-13 and not recommended for children under age 12.

https://www.facebook.com/eastabogamanor/photos/661292857829202

Can you see BoxCar Joe? Legend has it that if you look closely as the train passes the Eastaboga Manor , BoxCar Joe can be seen waving.

Who is BoxCar Joe? Visit the Manor to find out but I will give you a haunting hint. Rumor has it that a massacre was involved…

https://www.facebook.com/FostersCrossroadsHauntedTrail/photos/1921533277882935

Foster’s Crossroads Haunted Trail is a quarter-mile trail running alongside a creek in Wedowee. Each year, the non-profit organization donates its earnings to the local children who get very little for Christmas.

https://www.facebook.com/theterrortoriumhauntedhouseandamusements/photos/940719819623637

The Territorium features a “CARNEVIL of Halloween fun and fright”. In addition to the territorium itself, there is a Big Eli Ferris Wheel, and The Haunted Castle Dark. You are invited to their “Midway of Macabre” and they look forward to your arrival.

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Are you prepared for the Halloween Haunted Houses happening here in Alabama this year? We sure are! As one of Halloween’s most popular traditions, Haunted Houses are a fun yet spooky way to celebrate the holiday, if you’re brave enough! There’s plenty to choose from all the way from Huntsville down to Mobile! Haunts can be themed differently and can be held both indoors and outdoors in Alabama’s countryside, which makes it super spooky but also a ton of fun! Some of the Haunts here in the Heart of Dixie even feature additional Halloween attractions including Spook Walks , Mazes , Zombie Shootouts and more! If you’re interested in a child-friendly haunt, have no fear – there’s a bunch of those, too! Be sure to thoroughly check the dates, some attractions offer special weekend times for the kiddies to enjoy themselves with less scares!

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Instead of walking down the street of a neighborhood for sugary candy as a trick-or-treater, some choose to walk through haunted houses and feel the fear they deem appropriate for such a frightening holiday. From haunted houses located in actually haunted locations to houses that prey on specific fears, like clowns, there are plenty of ways to scare yourself into this Halloween

Here are five different haunted houses located in Alabama that are guaranteed to elicit screams and possibly some recurring nightmares.

Arx Mortis is an indoor haunted house, located in Killen, Alabama, and spans about 50,000 square feet. Its name is derived from the Latin meaning “The Castle of Death” and follows the actions of Doctor Graystone through a fictional hospital named Covington Clinic.

This house features actors, make-up, complex sets and even animatronics to be the most entertaining and frightening haunted house in the Southeast.

According to the Arx Mortis website, “We like to think of it as more of a haunted experience than just an attraction, so every year we change large portions of the haunt to give you, our victim… sorry I mean guest, a new experience.”

Insanitarium

The Insanitarium is a haunted house celebrating its sixth year in Pinson, Alabama. It is set to a story involving a twisted doctor, Dr. Ausnemen. This attraction boasts its location is truly haunted and its workers have all personally experienced something that they could not explain. According to its website, the Insanitarium is ranked as the No. 2 must-see Alabama haunt of 2016, coming in behind the previously mentioned Arx Mortis.

Located in an actual haunted house, the Insanitarium does its best to fully immerse guests into the environment. The queue for entrance is located outside and the area is designed to be spooky, even while you wait. There are twisted midway games for those waiting to hop in line, or for those who are trying to get some fresh air after walking through the attraction.

Tickets to this attraction are $15, and it is open from 7-10 p.m. on Thursday and Sunday, and from 7-11:59 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

Sloss Fright Furnance  

One of the more popular haunted houses for UA students, Sloss Fright Furnace is located in Birmingham.

The Sloss Furnace is known around the country for its paranormal encounters. It has been featured in several television shows regarding paranormal activity, including “Ghost Adventures” and “Ghost Hunters.”

Sidney Powell, a junior majoring in nursing, said Sloss is one of her go-to haunted houses during October.

“I typically go to either Sloss Fright Furnace or Atrox and plan on going again sometime this year if I have the time,” Powell said. “I think it’s something fun to do for Halloween and that more people should go. I always get scared right before I go in and rethink my decision, but I’m always glad that I did once I get out.”

Tickets for Sloss Fright Furnace can be purchased at the box office from sundown to 10:30 p.m., or online. Tickets range from $20, for a combination of all the trails offered by the attraction, up to $40 if you would like to jump to the front of the line and experience the highest intensity level.

Atrox Factory

Atrox Factory is another popular destination in Leeds, Alabama. This haunted house is set as a factory and taps into the fear of all its guests, utilizing everything from clowns to serial killers and everything in between.

Atrox Factory has a reputation for hosting actors from famous horror films, including the actor who played Michael Myers in “Halloween 2” and the actor who played the Creeper in “Jeepers Creepers.” Atrox allows for guests to meet these actors before or after they enter the attraction.

Catherine Darby, a senior majoring in restaurant and hospitality management, recalls a time visiting Atrox with friends and regretting her decision.

“I have been to Atrox and Sloss Furnace in Birmingham, and they both scared me out of my mind,” Darby said. “When I was in middle school, a group of my friends and I went to Atrox one night before Halloween. I was a basket full of nerves and tears. When we were about to go in, I almost turned around and walked away, but my friends literally pushed me into the door/house. I do not think I have ever screamed so much in my life or have I ever been so terrified in my life. Due to this experience, I have now become afraid of clowns.”

General admission for Atrox Factory is cash-only at $20, however there is a $5 cover fee when a celebrity appearance is scheduled. Tickets can be purchased online through Atrox Factory’s website, or at the box office, which is open from 6:30 p.m. – midnight on Friday and Saturday, and 6:30-10 p.m. on Sunday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights. It is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays except for Halloween.

“For people that say they are scared to go to them, I just have to remind myself that they are just paid actors that aren’t actually gonna kill you and your entire family,” Powell said. “I just think it’s a fun thing to do with your friends during the month of October to get in the spirit for Halloween.”

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Our long and twisted indoor

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a lot of fun, laughs, scares, and general overall good times. well worth it and will do it again

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First Jason (Ari Lehmam) & The First Jason Band Rocks!

First Jason (Ari Lehmam) & The First Jason Band Rocks! This band has put in the rehearsal time and shows. The bands performance enhanced the entire experience! Hope they are booked for next year.

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Email Verified First Jason cover band is really Good!

Well thought out scares and messes with your mind. The House was way cool and the Trail was really scaring people. Expand the parking to a football field or two and Nightmare at 3008 will more than rival Atrox Factory

MY FAVORITE HAUNT EVERY YEAR!!

We drive over an hour every year for this haunt! We love it! We've tried others but this is the best HANDS DOWN! I love how interactive it all is. It's not just a bunch of expensive props and people just using jump scares for everything. It really sets them apart from all others. We are even going more than once this year!

BEST HAUNT IN BIRMINGHAM!!

This is truly my all time favorite haunt ever!! I am so close to saying best one in Alabama, but it is DEFINITELY the best in the birmingham area!! I love this haunt so much. #getyourscareon

Email Verified Thrills & Chills

Second year visiting and the thrills and chills were even more intense! We were the last guests of the evening, yet everyone full of energy in their roles. Great props—loved the New Orleans cemetery re-creation; great ambiance; great costumes & make up—nothing too gory; staffed exceptionally well throughout attractions; characters never broke character & we enjoyed playing along with themes; lots of jump scares; we screamed and we laughed throughout bc both indoor attractions were incredible fun. (Third attraction, set outdoors in woods, closed due to rain/mud.) The evening we attended was a trial black out with a small flashlight held by one of the two of us. Definitely heightened our senses and thrills. Reflective neon paint markings on actors made them scarier when they appeared. Hope owner adopts it, even if on certain dates, next year. Definitely we will return next year, and we have told our friends this is the place to go first.

Thanks for visiting! Definitely have some Blackout nights planned for this season.

Email Verified Great Haunted Attraction Experience

What scary fun! Appropriate for younger kids and adults alike bc no gore factor. Black Out Night was a phenomenal experience for us. We crept our way cautiously through the House of Voodoo and the Underground attractions with a little LED flashlight. The darkness was something being tried out—A Huge Success in our humble opinions. Lots of scares where you least expect them. excellent Costumes/Makeup; extremely good props, particularly the New Orleans graveyard; well-staffed; everyone stayed in character, even to gruffly yet kindly redirect me when I took a wrong right turn [left] bc I was scared; the place was alive. We appreciate that the Underground attraction was different from last year. The third attraction Camp Mary Beth (outdoors, including woods) was closed due to recent heavy rains. Owner thanks guests personally for coming. NOTE: I tried to keep the flashlight beam low to the floor so as not to detect the reactive paint on the actors prior to reaching them. This may be an area that can be strengthened.

Email Verified Good & entertaining

Loved the experience. This was my second experience, and all the characters were new and fresh. You won’t see the typical same old same old characters there. The actors were on point and very entertaining as well. We found the characters to be genuinely scary. Recommend this place.

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Experience it for yourself....

A must see show and experience it for yourself. The outdoor trail walk was creepy at best. It was dark, and you just can’t say when the next terror strikes. The indoor maze also had some nice scare moments. I will come again next year.

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Excellent props

Unlike other haunts, this one was set up in an old warehouse and also in a junkyard. So the natural creepiness is present, and also it was very cheap. The indoor maze had few jump scares that made my GF scream. Excellent props and special effects as well. You cant beat this one, I would go again.

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Email Verified Awesome show!

Awesome show! The outdoor trail takes you through the dark woods. It was unreal and will keep you on your toes. Couple of zombies had scared the crap out of us. Make sure that you wear a pair of good shoes as the dirt, roots, weeds and rocks could give you a hard time in the trail.

Email Verified Chilling experience

It is a chilling experience. The atmosphere was been really creepy and the actors were just brilliant. We spent around one hour and had lots of memorable moments. The staff was very helpful and interactive. The jump scares were really scary and the actors timing has been perfect. We had lots of scares and laughs throughout.

Email Verified The best haunted house experience I ever had and probably will have

Great price. Came with a couple friends and we went to a couple haunted houses throughout the day. We previously went to Atrox and Sloth’s Furnace and boy, let me tell you, neither of those compare in the slightest to Nightmare3008. We arrived at Nightmare3008 not knowing what all to expect because the building seemed deceptively simple. I’m glad it did because boy were we in for a real treat and surprise. Nightmare3008 was by far the most interactive and best at scaring the crap out of us. We were laughing and screaming and having the greatest time of our lives. We’ve never had so much fun at a haunted house. They clearly work hard to keep Nightmare3008 running and fresh because every year they have something new. You get more than what you paid for and we are now planning an annual trip back every year. I wish I could rate higher than this meager 5 stars. I would recommend going here for anybody and everybody whether they like haunted houses or not. This was a very memorable experience and I will never forget it. I look forward to coming back. I would totally recommend going out of your way to come here.

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Halloween falls on a Monday this year. That means we have a full weekend (and one extra day!) to strut in costumes, tiptoe through haunted houses, light jack o’lanterns and engage in spooky fun. Here are some creepy-good events planned throughout the state, Oct. 28-31.

CLASSIC MONSTER MOVIE

When: Oct. 28, 10 a.m.-noon.

Where: Birmingham Public Library, Springville Road Regional Branch, 1224 Old Springville Road, Birmingham.

What to expect: Movie screening and popcorn. Attendees pick film featuring Dracula, Frankenstein, Mummy, Invisible Man or Wolf Man.

Admission: Free.

More info: http://www.bplonline.org/calendar/

TRICKS OR TREATS

When: Oct. 28, 6 p.m.-8 p.m.

Where: Greater Birmingham Humane Society, 300 Snow Drive, Birmingham.

What to expect: “Our spooky tour guides will lead small groups of trick ‘r treaters on a hauntedly fun tour of the adoption floor on Snow Drive.”

Admission: Donation of pet food for Humane Society Pet Pantry required for entry.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/886362799438735

ATMORE WITCHES RIDE

When: Oct. 28, line up up 5:30 p.m., ride begins 6 p.m.

Where: Main Street, Atmore. Participants meet at Atmore City Hall.

What to expect: People costumed as witches ride bikes and golf carts or walk in parade to raise money for charity.

Admission: $20 per bike, $20 to walk, $50 per golf cart. Proceeds benefit the Main Street facade grants and downtown revitalization.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/mainstreetatmore

HALLOWEEN MURDER MYSTERY DINNER WITH GHOST HUNT

When: Oct. 28, 6:30 p.m.-10 p.m.

Where: Arlington Antebellum House and Gardens, 331 Cotton Ave. Southwest, Birmingham.

What to expect: Interactive mystery dinner with Halloween theme presented by Southern Ghost Girls Tours, food prepared by chef Matthew Murphree. Optional ghost hunt and paranormal investigation of house and grounds afterward.

Admission: $65, sold out.

More info: https://southernghostgirls.com/events/

“HOCUS POCUS”

When: Oct. 28 at 7 p.m.

Where: Alabama Theatre, 1817 Third Ave. North, Birmingham.

What to expect: Screening of 1993 fantasy movie starring Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy and Sarah Jessica Parker as a trio of witches, the Sanderson sisters. Event begins with sing-along to music played on Mighty Wurlitzer organ.

Admission: $10, sold out.

More info: https://alabamatheatre.com

HALLOWEEN GHOST HUNT

When: Oct. 28, 7 p.m.-10 p.m.

What to expect: Ghost hunt and paranormal investigation of house and grounds.

Admission: $45.

ZOMBIE PROM

When: Oct. 28 at 8 p.m.

Where: The Electric Belle, 3414 Governors Drive DW, Suite 310, Huntsville.

What to expect: Dance party featuring the Quantaphonics, prom king and queen costume competition, cocktails, prom photo booth and more.

Admission: $15 advance, $20 at door, general admission; $150-$280 VIP tables.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/theelectricbelle

Where: B&A Warehouse, 1531 First Ave. South, Birmingham.

What to expect: Live music, DJ, “Scary-oke” karaoke, photo booth, costume contest, horror movie lounge and more.

Admission: $25. Benefit for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Alabama.

More info: https://www.boohalloweenparty.com/

SCARE YOUR FACE OFF XII

When: Oct. 28 at 9 p.m.

Where: Saturn, 200 41st St. South, Birmingham.

What to expect: “DIY Birmingham is providing Halloween festivities with cover sets of your old favorites by Birmingham’s finest musicians. It’s a costume party! Dress up and get a discount at the door. Ghouls with the creepiest costumes get prizes, in addition to a hand painted, horrid trophy.”

Admission: $10 in costume, $15 in street clothes.

More info: https://saturnbirmingham.com/

EARLYWORKS HALLOWEEN BASH

When: Oct. 28-29, 4:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

Where: Alabama Constitution Hall Historic Park & Museum, 109 Gates Ave., Huntsville.

What to expect: Trick-or-treat stations placed within the museum for 30-minute experience.

Admission: $10 for those ages 4 and older.

More info: https://earlyworks.com/halloweenbash

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DOOMSDAY HAUNTED ATTRACTION

When: Oct. 28-29, 7 p.m.-11 p.m.

Where: 24952 U.S. 72 East, Athens.

What to expect: “ Hybrid immersive haunt allows you to become a part of the scenes,” organizers say on Facebook. “Twisted trails, a nuclear-era abandon town and horror lurking around every corner in a 45+ minute walkthrough.”

Plus: Haunted corn maze.

Admission: $25 general admission, $45 slash pass to cut the line, $10 haunted corn maze.

More info: https://www.doomsdayhaunt.com/index.html , https://www.facebook.com/doomsdayhaunt

HALLOWEEN FAIRYLAND

When: Oct. 29, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

Where: Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park, 12632 Confederate Parkway, McCalla.

What to expect: Trick-or-treating at campgrounds, children’s activities in park.

Admission: $3-$5.

More info: https://www.tannehillstatepark.org/

HALLOWEEN PET COSTUME CONTEST

When: Oct. 29, 4 p.m.-7 p.m.

Where: Ghost Train Brewing Co., 3501 First Ave. South, Birmingham.

What to expect: Costume contest with prizes from Ghost Train and Birmingham Animal Hospital & Resort.

Admission: Free to enter.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/618572249763267

HALLOWEEN SPOOKY SPACE SPECTACULAR

When: Oct. 29, 5 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

Where: U.S. Space and Rocket Center, 1 Tranquility Base, Huntsville.

What to expect: Hands-on activities, music, candy and more. Theme for this year is the moon. Costumes encouraged.

Admission: $10, $40 for families of five people, free for kids age 1 and younger.

More info: https://www.rocketcenter.com/spookyspace

HAUNTED CHICKEN HOUSE

When: Oct. 28-29, 7 p.m.-midnight.

Where: 7522 U.S. 431, Heflin.

What to expect: Haunted chicken house, haunted hayride, crazy train. Storyline focuses on Chicken Dan, the mutant chickens he raised and the gruesome war that ensued. “You will experience intense audio, lighting, extreme low visibility, strobe lights, fog, damp or wet conditions, moving floors, special effects, sudden actions and an overall physically demanding environment,” the More info says.

Admission: $15 one attraction, $25 two attractions, $40 three attractions, $25 VIP tickets advance visitors to front of line.

More info: https://www.thehauntedchickenhouse.com/ , https://www.facebook.com/The-Haunted-Chicken-House-131512010205294

HAUNTED HOLLOW

When: Oct. 28-29, 6:30 p.m.-10 p.m.

Where: 12568 Lee Road 279, Valley.

What to expect: Three horrifying attractions called Finn’s Funeral Home & Casket Co., Village of the Dead and Spinal Tap.

Admission: $35 includes all three haunts, available at the gate only, no checks or debit cards.

More info: http://www.haunted-hollow.com , https://www.facebook.com/haunted.hollow.50

HELLBILLY HOLLOW

Where: 425 Country Road 467, Vincent.

What to expect: Haunted house, field of screams, swamp ride. Appearance by actor Kevin Wayne Oct. 28, 7:30 p.m-10:30 p.m.

Admission: $26.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/Hauntedswamp

MOUNTAIN CREEK TRAIL OF FEAR

Where: 1802 Chilton County 23, Verbena.

What to expect: Haunted trail and hayride on 35 acres of land, invaded by creatures that go bump in the night.

Admission: $15 walking trail, $15 hayride, $25 combo ticket.

More info: https://www.trailoffear.net

NIGHTMARE ON MOULTON STREET

When: Oct. 28, 7 p.m.-11 p.m.; Oct. 29, 6 p.m.-11 p.m.

Where: 112 Moulton St. East, Decatur.

What to expect: Haunted house with actors, sets and props.

Admission: $15 at the door, benefit for American Cancer Society.

More info: http://www.decaturnightmare.com/

POPE’S HAUNTED FARM

Where: Lee Road 724, Salem.

What to expect: Three creepy attractions: “Haunted Hayride: Body Snatchers,” “Haunted Barn: Twisted Dreams” and “Haunted Forest: Stranger Things.”

Admission: $15-$40.

Kid friendly? Parents decide if kids can handle the “high scare and intense” activities, but children younger than age 12 must be supervised.

More info: http://www.popeshayride.com , https://www.facebook.com/popeshauntedfarm

When: Oct. 29, 12 p.m.-2 p.m.

Where: Alabama Wildlife Center, 100 Terrace Drive, Oak Mountain State Park, Pelham.

What to expect: Children’s activities, crafts, candy, bird of prey shows, meet-and-greet with owls.

Admission: Park entry fee $2-$5, free admission to wildlife center.

More info: https://alabamawildlifecenter.org/event/owl-o-ween-4/

DRIVE THRU TRICK-OR-TREATING EVENT

When: Oct. 29, 1 p.m.-3 p.m.

Where: Lowe Mill, 2211 Seminole Drive, Huntsville.

What to expect: “Load up your vehicle with costumed kids (or grown folks) and roll on through,” organizers say. “You and your family are the float and we will supply the goodies. Just imagine a reverse Mardi Gras parade with spookier spectators slinging sweets at you!”

More info: http://www.lowemill.net

ARTPLAY FAMILY HALLOWEEN PARTY

When: Oct. 29 at 1 p.m.

Where: ArtPlay, 1006 19th St. South, Birmingham.

What to expect: Halloween activities, food and music.

More info: https://www.alysstephens.org/events/artplay-halloween/

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TREK OR TREAT

When: Oct. 29, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Where: Learning Campus, Gulf State Park, 20115 State Park Rd, Gulf Shores.

What to expect: Bike ride in costumes, games, pumpkin carving, candy, music and more.

Admission: Free with park admission.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1242839103164732/

THE FENNEC FREAK SHOW

When: Oct. 29 at 9 p.m.

Where: The Fennec, 1630 Second Ave. South, Birmingham.

What to expect: Music, live entertainment, signature cocktails and more.

Admission: $20-$30.

More info: https://thefennecbham.com/tc-events/the-fennec-freak-show/

DEADMAN’S PARTY HALLOWEEN DANCE

When: Oct. 29, 8 p.m.-midnight.

Where: Lowe Mill, First Floor Connector, 2211 Seminole Drive, Huntsville.

What to expect: Music by DJs Flip C. and Miss K, costume contest.

Admission: $20.

SIDEWALK MOVIES

When: Oct. 28-30.

Where: Sidewalk Film Center and Cinema, 1821 Second Ave. North, Birmingham.

What to expect: Screenings of “The Lost Boys,” “Haxan,” “Poltergeist,” “The Hunger.”

Admission: $9.71-$13.09, free for “Haxan.”

More info: https://www.sidewalkfest.com

“NIGHTMARES”

When: Oct. 28-29 at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 30 at 2:30 p.m.

Where: Playhouse in the Park, 4851 Museum Drive, Mobile.

What to expect: Performance of spooky play, with costume contest on Oct. 29 at intermission.

Admission: $16-20.

More info: http://playhouseinthepark.org

When: Oct. 28-29, 7:30 p.m.-midnight; Oct. 31, 7:30 p.m.-10 p.m. Ticket office opens at 7 p.m.

Where: 4051 U.S. 72, Killen.

What to expect: “50,000-square-foot recreation of a 1940′s clinic and sanitarium and prison featuring theatrical animatronic props and live actors carrying out the legend of the Covington Clinic and the ancient story of the Arx Mortis — Death Fortress.” There’s a new haunted experience called “The Underground,” plus a free outdoor trail.

Plus: Adventure park, escape room, gift shop, concessions.

Admission: $25-$55.

Kid friendly? Rated PG-13 by organizers. “Event may be too intense for children under the age of 13,” the Arx Mortis More info says.

More info: http://www.arxmortis.com

SCARECROW TRAIL

When: Oct. 28-31, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday-Saturday and Monday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday.

Where: Huntsville Botanical Gardens, 4747 Bob Wallace Ave., Huntsville.

What to expect: Decorated scarecrows and hay bales.

Admission: $12-17 admission to gardens.

More info: http://hsvbg.org

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ATROX FACTORY

When: Oct. 28-29, 7 p.m.-midnight; Oct. 30-31, 7 p.m.-10 p.m.

Where: 8404 Parkway Drive, Leeds.

What to expect: Atrox Factory bills itself as “the largest indoor haunted attraction in the Southeast,” with “50,000 square feet of mind-numbing terror and over 1/4 mile of twisted hallways and shocking surprises.”

Plus: Celebrity appearance by Jonathan Breck of “Jeepers Creepers,” Oct. 28-29.

Admission: $25-$28 general admission, $45 VIP (no waiting in line). Online ticket sales based on timed entry at half-hour intervals. Ticket booth open at event for cash purchases.

Kid friendly? Visitors age 13 and younger must be accompanied by parent or guardian.

More info: https://www.atroxfactory.com/

SCARECROWS IN THE GARDENS

When: Oct. 28-31, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Where: Bellingrath Gardens and Home, 2401 Bellingrath Gardens Road, Theodore.

What to expect: Scarecrows on display.

Admission: $15 adults, $9 kids ages 5-12 for gardens only.

More info: https://bellingrath.org/experiences/events/scarecrow-contest/#

CITY OF CHAOS

When: Oct. 28-31, 7 p.m.-midnight.

Where: Combat Park, 6755 Curry Station Road, Eastaboga.

What to expect: Haunted City of Chaos & Tunnel 109 (walking trail with eight buildings, graveyard, creepy playground and underground tunnel), plus three paintball experiences: Haunted Shooting Gallery, Chaos Convoy, Cataclysmic Convoy.

Admission: $20 City of Chaos, $40 to skip line; $15-$400 for paintball attractions, $20-$35 kids night/sensor night.

Kid friendly? Those age 13 and younger must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

More info: https://www.cityofchaos.com/

COLUMBIA MANOR

When: Oct. 28-29, 7:30 p.m.- 11 p.m.; Oct. 31, 7:30 p.m.-9 p.m.

Where: 306 S. Main St., Columbia.

What to expect: “Travel back in time as former residents return from the afterlife accompanied by some familiar friends as you tour through their past abode known now as Columbia Manor,” according to Facebook page.

Plus: Concessions, outdoor movie screen.

Admission: $15 general admission, $35 fast pass. Part of proceeds benefits Columbia Volunteer Fire & Rescue Emergency Squad.

Kid friendly? Not recommended for children younger than age 6.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/ColumbiaManor/

THE DARK WOODS

When: Oct. 28-29, 8 p.m.-midnight; Oct. 30-31, 8 p.m.-10:30 p.m.

Where: 27600 County Road 64, Robertsdale.

What to expect: Haunted trail.

Admission: $20, $15 kids age 12 and younger.

Kid friendly? Those age 15 and younger must be accompanied by an adult.

More info: https://thedarkwoodsal.com/ , https://www.facebook.com/darkwoodsfortysouthfarms/

FRIGHTMARES

When: Oct. 28-29, 8 p.m.-midnight; Oct. 30-31, 8 p.m.-10 p.m.

Where: 250 St. Foster St., Dothan.

What to expect: Haunted house with zombies, horror movie characters, special effects and more.

Admission: $15 general admission, $25 fast pass, $12 children age 12 and younger, military and first responders.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/FrightmaresofDothan

THE HORROR TUSCALOOSA

Where: 5477 Skyland Blvd. East, Cottondale.

What to expect: Experience a massive Haunted House with two themes that will test your sanity,” organizers say. “Prepare yourself for classic horror scares and new terrifying visions as you traverse room after room of horror.”

Admission: $25 general admission, $40 fast pass.

Kid friendly? Children age 13 and younger must be accompanied by parent or guardian.

More info: https://thehorrortuscaloosa.com/ , https://www.facebook.com/thehorrortuscaloosa/

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INSANITARIUM

Where: 8433 Gadsden Highway, Trussville

What to expect: Scary scenes, costumed actors, sets and props.

Admission: $20, $45 “R.I.P.” to skip the line.

Kid friendly? Parents must decide; organizers rate attraction as PG-13. Kids ages 12 and younger should be accompanied by an adults, the More info says.

More info: https://insanitariumhaunt.com/

LESTER HAUNTED HOSPITAL

When: Oct. 28-29 and 31, 7 p.m.-11 p.m.

Where: 30338 Lester Road, Lester.

What to expect: Charity-run haunted attraction, in old hospital that’s reputed to be a center for paranormal activity.

Kid friendly? Children younger than age 13 must be accompanied by adult age 18 or older.

More info: http://www.thelesterhauntedhospital.com/

NIGHTMARE AT 3008

When: Oct. 28-29. 7 p.m.-midnight; Oct. 30-31, 7 p.m.-10 p.m.

Where: 2015 Decatur Highway, Fultondale.

What to expect: Combined indoor and outdoor trail includes The Underground, The Asylum, The Manor and The Woods.

Admission: $25, cash only.

More info: http://www.nightmareat3008.com

NIGHTMARE CHAMBERS

When: Oct. 28-29, 7 p.m.-10 p.m.; Oct. 30-31, 7 p.m.-9 p.m.

Where: OWA, 1501 South OWA Blvd., Foley.

What to expect: Three scare zones: butcher’s block, circus, insane asylum.

Admission: $19.99, $29.99 fast pass.

More info: https://visitowa.com/nightmare-chambers/

More Halloween events at OWA: https://visitowa.com/halloween/

PV SLAUGHTERHOUSE HAUNTED ATTRACTION

When: Oct. 28-29, 7 p.m.-midnight; Oct. 31, 4 p.m.-6 p.m. and 7 p.m.-10 p.m.

Where: 592 Sam Ellis Drive Northwest, Rainsville,

What to expect: Facebook page touts “a completely home-built haunt” in the “local historic abandoned meat packer.”

Admission: $15. Free entry and no scares on Oct. 31, 4 p.m.-6 p.m.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/PVslaughterhouse/

SLEEPY HOLLOW HAUNTED FARM

When: Oct. 28-29, 7:30 p.m.-11 p.m.; Oct. 30-31, 7:30 p.m.-9 p.m.

Where: 939 Lee County Road 14, Auburn.

What to expect: Three attractions: Psycho Path, Clown Cabin, R.I.P. Ride.

Admission: Online prices $20 for each attraction, $50 for all three; add $5 to prices at gate.

Kid friendly? Parental guidance recommended for children younger than age 13.

More info: http://www.sleepyhollowauburn.com , https://www.facebook.com/sleepyhollowhauntedfarm

SPOOKTRAIL HAUNTED MAZE

When: Oct. 28-29, 7:30 p.m.-midnight; Oct. 30 (Sensory Awareness Sunday), 6 p.m.-9 p.m.; Oct. 31, :30 p.m.-midnight.

Where: 17327 Alabama 269, Quinton.

What to expect: Organizers tout a “haunted maze of monsters and mayhem, over a quarter mile long journey through the woods, inside the old sexton’s junkyard.”

Admission: $15 Fridays and Saturdays, $10 with canned food item; $10 Sundays, $5 with canned food item.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/SpooktrailHauntedMaze/

THE TERRITORIUM HAUNTED HOUSE & AMUSEMENTS

When: Oct. 28-30, 7 p.m.-11 p.m.; Oct. 31, 7 p.m.-10 p.m.

Where: 25 Choccolocco St., Oxford.

What to expect: Haunted house, Terror tour, Haunted Castle dark ride from Miracle Strip Amusement Park, Ferris wheel and more.

Admission: $5-$40, cash only.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/theterrortoriumhauntedhouseandamusements/

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PARADE OF PUMPKINS

When: Oct. 28-31.

Where: Downtown Prattville, near Main and Chestnut streets.

What to expect: “Pumpkin wonderland” featuring carved and decorated pumpkins, festive storefronts and seasonal displays.

More info: https://www.prattvilleal.gov/news/4th-annual-parade-of-pumpkins.html

WALES WEST LIGHT RAILWAY PUMPKIN PATCH EXPRESS AND SCARY NIGHT TRAIN

When: Oct. 28-31, 4 p.m.-9 p.m.

Where: 13670 Smiley St., Silverhill.

What to expect: Kid-friendly train ride by day, haunted thrill ride by night. Wales West is an RV park and campground with a railroad theme park. Scary Night Train starts at dusk.

Extras: Pumpkin patch, tractor rides, concessions and more.

Admission: $17.12-$21.40, free for children younger than age 2 who can sit on adults’ laps. Tickets available online with specific dates and times of departure.

Kid friendly? Daytime activities geared to children, but train ride gets more intense when sun goes down.

More info: https://www.waleswest.com/pumpkin.htm

WAREHOUSE 31

Where: 3150 Lee St., Pelham.

What to expect: Two scream-inducing attractions, Rigamortis and 3D Experience. Both are indoors and cover nearly 30,000 square feet of twists and turns, according to organizers.

Admission: $29.95-$64.95.

Kid friendly? Recommended for those age 12 and older. Younger children may attend when accompanied by parent or guardian.

More info: http://www.warehouse31.com , https://www.facebook.com/Warehouse31

SPOOKAPALOOZA

When: Oct. 29, 3 p.m.-5:30 p.m.

Where: DeSoto State Park, 7104 DeSoto Parkway Northeast, Fort Payne.

What to expect: Trick-or-treating at improved campground.

More info: https://www.alapark.com/DSP-TrickorTreating

MCAC HALLOWEEN PARTY

When: Oct. 29, 6 p.m.-9 p.m.

Where: Magic City Acceptance Center, 3130 Third Ave. South, Birmingham.

What to expect: Candy, costumes and music for those ages 13-24.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/466140348732179/

BAY MINETTE WITCHES RIDE

When: Oct. 29, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., parade at noon.

Where: Blackburn Park, downtown Bay Minette.

What to expect: People in costumes ride bikes, golf carts and ATVs to raise money for charity.

Admission: $25 for bikes, $35 for golf carts and side-by-side ATVs, $15 for extra riders on carts and ATVs. Proceeds benefit North Baldwin Animal Shelter.

More info: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/4th-annual-bay-minette-witches-ride-2022-tickets-422187493157

MASSACRE ISLAND HAUNTED BIKE RIDE

When: Oct. 29 at 6 p.m.

Where: Green Park, 302 Lemoyne Drive, Dauphin Island.

What to expect: 5-mile ride passes some of Dauphin Island’s “most haunted spots.” Haunted block party follows at Dority’s Bar and Grill, 1010 Bienville Blvd, with live music, candy and costume contest.

Admission: $15 registration, sold out. Proceeds benefit Animal Rescue Foundation.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/massacreislandhauntedbikeride

HAUNTED HALLOWEEN GHOST HUNT

When: Oct. 29, 7 p.m.-10:30 p.m.

Where: Historic Lowry House, 1205 Kildare St. Northwest, Huntsville.

What to expect: Ghost hunt and paranormal investigation of house and grounds. Costumes optional.

PUMPKIN JUNCTION

When: Oct. 29-30. Departures at 10 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday; 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Sunday.

Where: Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum, 1919 Ninth St., Calera.

What to expect: Train ride through Shelby County, visit to pumpkin patch with family-friendly activities.

Admission: $17-$38.

More info: https://www.hodrrm.org

HOOTS & HOWLS

When: Oct. 29-30, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Where: Birmingham Zoo, 2630 Cahaba Road, Birmingham.

What to expect: Trick-or-treating on Candy Trail, train and carousel rides.

Costumes encouraged.

Admission: $13.95-$18.95 zoo admission, plus $10 Hoots & Howls wristband or $3.95 candy trail admission.

More info: https://www.birminghamzoo.com/event/hoots31/

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HALLOWEEN MARKET

When: Oct. 30, 12 p.m.-4 p.m.

Where: Gadsden Artisan & Farmers Market, 701 First Ave., Gadsden.

What to expect: Vendors, pumpkins, hay bales, candy and more.

More info: https://downtowngadsden.com/events/2021/10/halloween-trick-or-treat-2021/

“THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA”

When: Oct. 30 at 2 p.m.

What to expect: Screening of classic silent film as Tom Helms plays original score on Big Bertha, theater’s Mighty Wurlitzer organ.

Admission: $14 adults, $7 children.

“SOUNDS OF THE NIGHT”

When: Oct. 30 at 7 p.m.

Where: Oxford Performing Arts Center, 100 Choccolocco St., Oxford.

What to expect: Atlanta Pops Orchestra performs “ghostly music from the past and present.”

Admission: $29-$55.

More info: https://www.oxfordpac.org/events/detail/sounds-of-the-night

TRICK OR TREAT IN THE LIBRARY

When: Oct. 31, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.

Where: Homewood Public Library, all departments, 1721 Oxmoor Road, Birmingham.

What to expect: Candy stations around library for indoor trick-or-treating. Costumes encouraged.

More info: https://www.homewoodpubliclibrary.org/

TREATS TO YOU

When: Oct. 31, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Where: Birmingham Public Library, Avondale Branch, 509 40th St. South, Birmingham.

What to expect: “Come dressed in your favorite non-scary costume and receive a special library treat that’s good to eat.” While supplies last, in youth department.

SCARY MOVIE FOR KIDS

When: Oct. 31 3:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.

Where: Birmingham Public Library, West End Branch, 1348 Tuscaloosa Ave. Southwest, Birmingham.

What to expect: Movie screening and snack.

HALLOWEEN PARTY AT THE CAMP

When: Oct. 31, 2 p.m.-8 p.m.

Where: The Camp, 5909 University Drive, Huntsville.

What to expect: Food specials, Halloween drinks, vendors, Stevie Nicks look-alike contest and more.

More info: https://www.explorethecamp.com/

TRUNK R TREAT PRESENTED BY THE ISLAND CHURCH

When: Oct. 31, 6 p.m.-9 p.m., fireworks at 8:45 p.m.

Where: The Wharf, 4830 Main St., Orange Beach.

What to expect: Trick-or-treating, costume contest, children’s activities, fireworks and more.

Admission: Free, fees charged for some activities.

More info: http://www.alwharf.com

STEVIE NICKS

When: Oct. 31 at 7:30 p.m.

Where: Orion Amphitheater , 701 Amphitheater Drive, Huntsville.

What to expect: Pop-rock star performs as a solo artist. Nicks, also a member of Fleetwood Mac, is known for songs such as “Rhiannon” (about the legend of a Welsh witch).

Admission: $90-$300 via axs.com .

More info: 256-964-9556 or https://www.theorionhuntsville.com/

HALLOWEEN COMEDY NIGHT

When: Oct. 31, 7:30 p.m.- 9 p.m.

Where: Cahaba Brewing Co., 4500 Fifth Ave. South, Building C, Birmingham.

What to expect: Comedians perform on “Good Cop, Rad Cop” night, hosted by Brooks Bell, plus live music by Joshua Holt and costume contest.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/426739782968409

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Haunted Houses in Alabama for Halloween 2024

There will be no shortage of haunted houses in Alabama around Halloween 2024. Y’all definitely do the South proud. Funtober lists all the haunted attractions including commercial haunted hayrides, corn mazes, walking trails, scream parks and more.  Alabama has lots of zombies, clowns, freaks, Jasons, and demons roaming the countryside or staying at houses.

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Arx Mortis - Killen, AL Open weekends starting in late September.  Open most Thursday through Sundays in October plus other dates.  Check web page for details.  Arx Mortis is one of the best haunted venues in Alabama. It is really 3 experiences in one complex. You will be terrified so it is worth the time to drive to this haunt. Complete with parking, restrooms, concession stand, and live music you can and should expect to spend several hours at Arx Mortis. Covington Clinic is the haunted house. It is a 40-50,000 square foot building. It is so scary they have built in 23 escape exits for those who can not complete the tour. The fright is based on darkness, claustrophobia, gore and horror. The theme is a clinic that has created zombies. The locals are tricked and experimented on while fighting a bio-hazard. The building has a funeral parlor, coffins, embalming area, morgue, experimentation labs and some of the best animatronics and movie quality sound and light experience you will find anywhere in the country. Expect long wait lines. Miners hill is a wonderful half-mile outdoor haunted trail. It takes approximately 30-40 minutes to go through each of these haunts. While rated PG 13 the haunts permit children of any age to enter and scream.

Atrox Factory - Leeds, AL Opens this fall in early October.  Atrox Factory is a 50,000 square foot Alabama entertainment complex located near Birmingham. It might be the largest haunt listed on Funtober in Alabama. It is a complete night of entertainment fright in October. Atrox Factory features celebrities from the most popular horror movie and TV shows. You can meet the celebrity actors up close for autographs at Atrox. A charity haunt with some of the best character actors and animatronics in the terror industry. The theme is based on altering your mind’s experience from what you expect. Fear and fright are abnormal so the facility only admits children above the age of 12. Dr. Slain, your host, leads you through dark passages into rooms with bloody autopsies. You will feel the blood splatter and moisture. Expect to encounter monsters and chainsaw carrying creatures along your minds dark journey. Here you might be grabbed, touched, or pushed by the actors. The 30 minute experience leads you to run for your life. After 10 years of terror, Atrox Factory provides an indoor waiting area complete with a movie, concession stand, restrooms, free parking, wheelchair accessibility and great FX imaging. They use mirrors, sound, motion, fog, lights to create cool scenes throughout the building. The only drawback is the long waiting lines because of the popularity of Atrox Factory. Wait times can be an hour. Parking is free. Atrox has over 34000 Facebook likes..

Columbia Manor - Columbia, AL One of Alabama’s best haunts Columbia Manor will open in October 2022 with lots of haunted entertainment thrills. 

Darkwood Farms Walking Dead Maze - Arab, AL Sorry folks as it appears that Darkwood Farm Maze has stopped running. They will be missed.

Greenville Haunted Firehouse - Greenville, AL Greenville did not open in 2020 and 2021. It is run by the Greenville Fire department. They have not updated their 2022 plans if any. Many consider this one of the best haunts in all of Alabama.  It has served the community for over 10 years. It is scary enough for adults and at times they have added a flashlight tour for children 12 and under. What they found was people, even kids, have different levels of fright tolerance. This charity attraction supports the Muscular Dystropy Association. It is open every Friday and Saturday. Open nightly from 7pm to 11pm.

Haunted Hollow - Valley, AL Haunted Hollow features three haunts named The Village of the Dead, Finn’s, and Spinal Tap. Attraction opens for the season in late September and runs every Friday and Saturday nights throughout October.  Tickets are combo priced for all three attractions.

Haunted House of Horrors - Courtland, AL Opens in early October.  The undead and mass murderers are walking around the North Alabama town of Courtland. This is a 40,000 square foot facility featuring a full night of entertainment and fright. There is an indoor waiting line area. Food and refreshments available both before and after the attraction. This venue is unaffected by rain. This is another walking dead, zombie type scare. It features both actors and animation. Expect darkness, surprise, fright and fear. House of Horror has scenes of torture, terror, blood, death, ax murder and a few monsters also walking about. Doors open at 6pm and close when the last guest is gone. You will meet the undead, walking dead, and zombie actors. All ages welcome however parents need to realize this is an extremely scary attraction. Parking is free. Generally open every Friday, and Saturday nights in October plus most Sunday nights.

Haunted Lester Hospital - Lester, AL  Opens for the season in early October (check their webpage).  Open every Friday and Saturday nights in October.  The former D.E. Jackson Memorial Hospital served the Lester, Alabama community for 50 years. This site is a real haunt and the home to many ghost and paranormal sittings. Each October it becomes Zombie Attack, a spook house in Alabama. Zombie Attack is open each Friday and Saturday from 7pm to midnight. This is a charity haunt featuring, zombies, blood, hospital sittings, ghosts and both man made and paranormal ghosts. It takes approximately 15-20 minutes to go through the building. Unless you run across a real ghost this is a community charity event primarily providing wonderful local entertainment. Read our 2013 interview with one of the organizers (but please check their website for any dates, prices or other information that may have since changed).

Hollis Haunted Chicken House - Heflin, AL Hollis opens in late September.  The Hollis Fire Department comes through again with their charity entertainment. Actually the Hollis Haunted Chicken House attraction is really 3 haunts in one. Of course there is the terrifying chicken house which you can go through. They offer a hayride. Spend the time and money and do a combo package. The third feature is called Haunted Walking Trail.  The Hollis Haunted Chicken House takes place in a real chick house. Consider how terrifying this chamber of horrors was for the chickens. If you are afraid of rats, spiders, snakes, and scorpions then maybe you should keep your chicken self out of the chicken house. Actors portray werewolves, witches, and vampires. This is a large entertainment experience with free parking, a concession stand, and movies for the waiting line. Open every Friday and Saturday from 7pm – 12am.  Help “Chicken Dan” wage war against mutant chickens.

Insanitarium - Trussville, AL  All new location and new haunts opens weekends starting in late September.  Every Fall the walking dead roam the grounds of one of the best zombie type fun houses in Alabama. Located just 20 miles north of downtown Birmingham is Insanitarium. A charity community based attraction. The story line is the property once housed a mental facility for the criminally insane. The military 60 years ago conducted torture and death experiments on the insane. Now each October the Zombies return and massacre the locals and tourists.  Fifteen dollars ($15) gets you inside for the scare of your life. Blood, torture, horror, and death awaits. Are you brave enough for an indoor Halloween venue? Rated PG13, younger children accompanied by an adult are also welcome. The haunted attraction features free onsite parking, an inside waiting line area, running horror movie, refreshment stand, and the fright of your life. Open each Friday and Saturday evening at 7pm until midnight plus a few Sundays. Insanitarium has security, actors, lighting, modern horror attractions, and is wheelchair accessible. The attraction is not affected by inclement weather. The undead are waiting for you. It takes about 30 minutes to go through the complex’s dark passageways and feature rooms. Expected to be surprised and terrified.

Mountain Creek Trail of Fear - Verbena, AL Attraction opens in early October. Located in Verbena, Alabama, Mountain Creek combines a haunted trail with a regular hayride attraction. The scare is provided by actors portraying a community of walking dead, undead, and zombie creatures. Lots of blood along the trail. It takes about 35 minutes to walk the Trail of Fear.  Open every Friday and Saturday night beginning in October.

Nightmare At 3008 - Fultondale, AL Nightmare first opened in 2012.  Every year it gets bigger and more scary.  This year the attractions are all new. This popular Alabama haunt donates some profits to the Children’s of Alabama Childhood Cancer Research.  There are three attraction with individual or combo priced tickets. Check the webpage for dates they are open.

Popes Haunted Farm - Salem, AL Celebrate over 30 years of scary fun at Pope’s Farm. Attractions features their original haunted hayride plus the haunted barn and haunted forest. This year all the attractions have been re-worked to provide a whole new experience. See more special effects, animatronics, live actors, and special sounds than ever before. Their high scare walk through will amaze. They are open from 7:30 pm until 11 pm on Friday and Saturday nights in October. It is safe to say that something is out there but you probably do not want to know what it is.

PV Slaughterhouse - Rainsville, AL  Slaughterhouse is open Friday and Saturday nights from around the middle of September through early November.  Also open Halloween night.  Expect lots of blood. Check webpage for details.

Spook Trail Maze of Monsters & Mahyem - Quinton, AL Spook Trail is an outdoor maze trail featuring freaky looking monsters and dark passageways. Quinton is about 30 minutes north of Birmingham. A dark trail is always scary. Here you add a few strobe lights, scary actors who touch and grab you, and both the surprise and anticipation of the next monster fright. Spook Trail has been terrifying people for more than 20 years. Spook Trail takes about 45 minutes to complete. This is a great value. Donate some canned goods and get another $ off. Spook Trail is a compete entertainment haunt with restrooms, music, and a concession stand (Boneyard Grill). The trail is open every Friday and Saturday nights in October. It opens at dark and closes at midnight.

Warehouse 31 - Pelham, AL There are 3 events at Warehouse 31. Warehouse 31 returns as a new 30,000 square foot attraction in the Birmingham area. It is just 20 minutes north of downtown. Rigamortis is a haunted trail with 30 unique scenes. The 3D Clown Nightmare has but what else scary 3D Clowns. Vertigo is their maze. They is also have a wonderful Monsters Midway with music and souvenirs. Warehouse 31 does allow you to wear your costume with the mask. Gates are open 6:30 pm to midnight on Friday and Saturday and until 11 pm on other nights. Another one of the new fun houses in Alabama. Save money and buy your tickets online. Secured parking on Friday and Saturday nights. Free parking is available.  Warehouse 31 has over 38000 Facebook likes.

In some instances, the closest haunt to you will actually be in another state. If you find yourself close to the border of Alabama, or that is where the closest big city is, there may be a haunt that is worth considering there. We  have found these haunted houses in nearby states to checkout in addition to those in Alabama: Florida , Georgia , Mississippi , and Tennessee .

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A haunted house attraction in Fairhope Al!

This one is in Montgomery County just south of Montgomery, AL off of Hwy 331. This annual event is put on by South Montgomery Academy as a fundraiser. Awesome fun for the whole family. This year they added a Haunted Barn to the Hayride.

PV Haunted Trail in Powell Alabama is one of the best around. Many people says it is among the best in Alabama

PV HAUNTED TRAIL is one of the best kept secrets in Alabama. People drive from all over the state to go through it

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