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ALL the 2022 Universal Halloween Horror Nights Houses That Have Been Announced
If you ask us (you’re asking us, right?) — it’s hardly ever too early to start celebrating Halloween.
Dates have already been announced for Halloween Horror Nights 2022 at Universal Orlando , and believe it or not, tickets are already on sale too ! There’s no denying that this frightfully good time will offer all kinds of scares, and we’re taking a look at all of the haunted houses that have been confirmed to return this year!
Universal Orlando was keeping us on our toes by revealing the themes of the 2022 haunted houses slowly but surely, but now, we know them all ! We’ve gathered all of the houses confirmed to return this year and popped them into one easy list so you can read all about them — let’s check them out!
The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare
That’s right, this house will be themed after The Weeknd’s album, After Hours!
In an exclusive interview with Entertainment Weekly , Universal shared that this will be a scary adventure about “‘surviving L.A.’ — and the horrors that come with it.” Basically, guests will enter The Weeknd’s nightmares that inspired his albums. How cool?
Get ready to face Michael Myers, the terrifying character from the Halloween film franchise!
According to Universal, those who dare to enter this house will be transported to Haddonfield, Illinois, “where Michael Myers is about to don his mask and embark on his first brutal spree. Silent. Merciless. Relentless. He’s the embodiment of pure evil. You don’t want to go alone as you go back to where it all began. This year, step into the original 1978 horror classic, Halloween.”
And no, they don’t mean the Michael Myers who voiced Shrek.
Universal Monsters: Legends Collide
Fans of classic horror films, this house is for you. The Wolf Man, Dracula, and The Mummy will face off in a battle in Universal Monsters: Legends Collide. Inspired by previous Universal Monsters attractions at Halloween Horror nights, this house promises to transport guests to the 19th century on a hunt for the Amulet of Ra.
All three monsters have a desire for the Amulet, and guests will be caught in the middle of this face-off — but only one monster will survive.
Who will you be rooting for in this monstrous melee?
The Horrors of Blumhouse
A NEW house joining the lineup this year is a “double-feature of Blumhouse horror.” Enter a world where you’re in the midst of a frightened teenager and the serial killer she’s suddenly switched bodies with in “Freaky.”
Then, step inside “The Black Phone” where The Grabber will chase you endlessly as you desperately look for an escape route.
Universal hasn’t shared any additional details about the Horrors of Blumhouse, so it looks like we’ll just have to wait and be scared once it opens!
Spirits of the Coven
Spirits of the Coven is a witches-themed house at this year’s event.
At this house you can “enter an unsettling 1920s speakeasy” where you’ll quickly learn that you are “the main ingredient of witch’s brew.”
Bugs: Eaten Alive
This house is all about — you guessed it — bugs.
At this house, you’ll “face a putrid, skin-crawling infestation of spiders, roaches, flies, bees and more.” That sounds pleasant.
Fiesta de Chupacabras
The chupacabra is a mythical creature whose legend comes from the folklore of the Americas.
At this Halloween Horror Nights house, you’ll have to face the “no-longer mythical” creature.
Have you ever wondered what a prison for monsters would look like? Then you’re in luck because that’s what this house is all about.
At this house, you will “attempt to survive visiting hours for horrifying monsters serving time.”
Dead Man’s Pier: Winter’s Wake
This house is all about seeing if you have what it takes to survive a brutal winter thunderstorm in a seaside village.
Oh yeah, and you’ll have to face the undead fisherman who rule the village, too. No biggie.
Descendants of Destruction
This is the final house that will be offered at Halloween Horror Nights this year.
In this house, you will “encounter bloodthirsty mutants living in a post-apocalyptic subway system.”
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Tickets for Halloween Horror Nights are on sale now and the event takes place on select nights from September 2nd to October 31st, 2022. We’re keeping an eye out for more Horror Nights announcements from Universal Orlando, so stay tuned for the latest updates.
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3 Replies to “ALL the 2022 Universal Halloween Horror Nights Houses That Have Been Announced”
The dead man’s pier house is based off of Gloucester massachusetts
This years house lineup is going to very weak and won’t have a marquee house. I still will enjoy going but with so many options I’m surprised by the lack of a blockbuster house.
Love halloween horror nights this is my 3rd year and looking forward for many years to come as long as I’m here on earth I’ll be there..love my universal florida horror nights.
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Year Round Haunted Houses
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Below is a list of Halloween haunted houses that are normally only open between September & October, but are opening their doors for special Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Easter, Saint Patrick’s Day, Friday the 13th or other off-season / holiday events. Some haunted houses are also open all year!
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Below are haunts that are opening for special events outside of the normal Halloween haunt season (Nov-Oct). These could be for holidays (Christmas, Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, etc), or for other special dates like Friday the 13th, “Halfway to Halloween,” etc. Click on the attraction’s Name to get more information about the event(s) that they’re hosting.
24952 US-72, Athens, AL, 35613
Start Date: December 2, 2023 – End Date: December 3, 2023
Twisted Christmas Toy Drive December 2nd
Haunted Hollow Village
1011 CS Woods Blvd., Bull Shoals, AR, 72619
Start Date: March 16, 2024 – End Date: October 31, 2024
Mountain Village 1890 is a relocated group of buildings from the area in the late 1800’s. The Village sits atop Bull Shoals Caverns. Tours are available Spring, Summer and Fall!
All Saints Lunatic Asylum Haunted Attraction
22521 Shawnee Road, Apple Valley, CA, 92308
Start Date: December 8, 2023 – End Date: December 11, 2023
Christmas at the Asylum December 8, 9, & 10 Opens at 7 PM Tickets $13
1924 Desoto Street, Needles, CA, 92363
Start Date: October 26, 2023 – End Date: December 10, 2023
Desoto Asylum Presents – “The Krampus Encounter” St. Nicolas isn’t coming this year! Instead a much darker ancient spirit. He and his helpers did not come to give, but to take. “The Krampus Encounter” is an intense holiday haunted house experience like nothing else in the tri-state area!
Dungeon of Doom Haunted House
600 29th Street, Zion, IL, 60099
Start Date: December 15, 2023 – End Date: December 17, 2023
Sub-Thermal Nightmare December 15th & 16th Opens at 7 PM
Factory of Fear
5027 4th Avenue, Moline, IL, 61265
Start Date: December 9, 2023 – End Date: May 11, 2024
Factory of Fear will be open during the off-season on the following dates for a variety of special events: December 8, 9 2023 February 9, 10 2024 April 5, 6 2024 May 10, 11 2024
Decomposed Haunted House
148 Clendenning Road, Houma, LA, 70363
Start Date: December 15, 2023 – End Date: December 16, 2023
DECEMBER: Friday 12/15 & Saturday 12/16 (A Christmas Nightmare)
Factory of the Dead
906 Lapeer Ave, Saginaw, MI, 48607
Start Date: December 23, 2023 – End Date: December 24, 2023
An Xmas Horror Story December 23rd
Fall From Grace
3515 Phillips Gap Rd, West Jefferson, NC, 28694
Start Date: November 2, 2023 – End Date: September 1, 2024
Contact us for off season special events or film shoots.
162 Hacker House Trl, Pilot Mountain, NC, 27041
Start Date: December 8, 2023 – End Date: December 10, 2023
Krampus December 8th & 9th Opens at 8 PM.
107 Railroad Street, Ahoskie, NC, 27910
Start Date: December 1, 2023 – End Date: March 18, 2024
The Hotel: Krampus Dec 1-2, 8-9 A Christmas haunted attraction.
A Midwinter Night’s Scream Jan 12-13, 2024 A fantasy world of dark fairies and night creatures.
Love Me Not Feb 9-10, 2024 A Valentine’s haunted attraction.
The Abhartach Mar 15-17, 2024 A St. Patrick’s haunted attraction.
100 Reformatory Road, Mansfield, OH, 44905
Start Date: July 14, 2023 – End Date: December 11, 2023
Inkcarceration Music Festival Blood Prison will be open for the attendees of the music festival ONLY. July 14, 15, & 16 Tickets at inkcarceration.com
Christmas Incarceration December 9th & 10th Opens at 7 PM
472 Brimstone Road, Wilmington, OH, 45177
Start Date: December 9, 2023 – End Date: December 16, 2023
Scary Little Christmas December 9th & 16th
Nightmare on Main Street OH
320 E Main Street, Pomeroy, OH, 45769
Start Date: November 10, 2023 – End Date: November 12, 2023
Christmas Nightmare November 10 & 11 7:00pm – 9:00pm $5 per guest, per tour/visit
Wicked Waynes Haunted Trail
11499 NS3590 RD, Seminole, OK, 74868
A Wicked Christmas December 8th & 9th Opens at 7 PM
Fear at the Farm
278 Fort McClure blvd, Bloomsburg, PA, 17815
Start Date: May 4, 2024 – End Date: May 4, 2024
May 4th. Halfway to Halloween
Malice Haunted Attraction
1777 Nix Road, Belfast, TN, 37091
5th Annual Toy Drive December 8th & 9th Bring a unopen toy of 20$ value and get in for free with the donation.
805 Norfolk Avenue SW, Roanoke, VA, 24016
Start Date: December 8, 2023 – End Date: February 19, 2024
SANTAS SLAYING EVENT December 8,9,15, & 16 TERROR-TINES 2024 Terrortines event February 10,11,17 & 18th Opens at 7:30 PM
Perdition Pines Haunted Event
N1385 County Road D, Antigo, WI, 54409
Start Date: December 1, 2023 – End Date: December 3, 2023
Frostbite Forest December 1st & 2nd Opens at 7 PM
Fear On The Farm WV
8325 Winfield Road, Winfield, WV, 25213
Wreck the Halls December 8th & 9th Opens at 7 PM
Below is a list of haunted houses that are open year-round! This means they could be open all throughout the year (usually on the weekends, but sometimes throughout the week), or they have an extended seasonal calendar (For example, they may be open during the warmer summer months, but close down during the slow winter months). Click on the attraction’s Name to learn more about their dates and availability.
Ike Clantons Haunted Hotel Tombstone
426 East Allen Street, Tombstone, AZ, 85638
UZA MysCreation Haunted Attraction
2935 W Libby Street, Phoenix, AZ, 32810
Lemos Farm Haunted House
12320 San Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay, CA, 94019
C Greens Haunted History House and Museum
1079 Stevens Street, Cassadaga, FL, 32744
5770 West Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway, Kissimmee, FL, 34746
2602 NW 5th Avenue, Miami, FL, 33127
Deans Haunted Mansion
106 Washington Street N, Fort Gaines, GA, 39851
Ravens Grin Inn
411 North Carroll Street, Mount Carroll, IL, 61053
JBs Haunted Mansion and Snack Shack
3162 Mammoth Cave Road, Cave City, KY, 42127
Trimpers Haunted House
804 S Atlantic Avenue, Ocean City, MD, 21842
Mackinaw City Haunted House
114 S Huron Ave, Mackinaw City, MI, 49701
The Haunted Theatre
7396 Main Street, Mackinac Island, MI, 49757
Tom Devlins Nightmare at the Museum
1310 Boulder City Parkway, Boulder City, NV, 89005
Lake Eerie FearFest at Ghostly Manor
3319 Milan Road, Sandusky, OH, 44870
Nightmare Haunted House
1001 N Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC, 29577
Outbreak Dread the Undead SC
1808 21st Avenue North, Myrtle Beach, SC, 29577
Ripleys Haunted Adventure SC
901 North Ocean Boulevard, Myrtle Beach, SC, 29577
Mysterious Mansion of Gatlinburg
424 River Road, Gatlinburg, TN, 37738
Outbreak Dread the Undead
110 Showplace Blvd, Pigeon Forge, TN, 37863
Ripleys Haunted Adventure TN
800 Parkway, Gatlinburg, TN, 37738
Haunted Mayfield Manor
2313 Harborside Drive, Galveston, TX, 77550
Castle of Chaos Haunted House
7980 S State Street, Midvale, UT, 84047
2008 Atlantic Ave, Virginia Beach, VA, 23451
Dead by Dawn Dead and Breakfast
901 S 8th Street, Manitowoc, WI, 54220
11 Broadway, Wisconsin Dells, WI, 53965
Ghost Outpost Haunted House
2233 Wisconsin Dells Parkway, Wisconsin Dells, WI, 53965
The Haunted Mansion Wisconsin Dells
112 Broadway St., Wisconsin Dells, WI, 53965
Nightmares Fear Factory
5631 Victoria Ave, Niagara Falls, ON, L2G 3L5
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Spooky Season Is Here: Your Guide to Haunted Houses in New England
New england has plenty of haunted attractions that promise to get your heart racing this october, by matt fortin • published october 6, 2022 • updated on october 6, 2022 at 12:47 pm.
As autumn gets underway in New England, you probably have pumpkin spice lattes, fall foliage and maybe some apple pie on your mind.
But with Halloween right around the corner, it's also the perfect time of year to go check out one of the region's many haunted houses.
Here's a guide to some of most well known haunted attractions in New England's six states.
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- Factory of Terror, Fall River — The Factory of Terror has been a mainstay Halloween attraction for a quarter century on the South Coast. You can buy discounted tickets online to the Fall River haunted house, which differ in price depending on the day you attend.
- Barrett's Haunted Mansion, Abington — Promising completely rebuilt attractions, Barrett's Haunted Mansion is open for its 31st season this year.
- Witch's Woods, Westford — Open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through Halloween, Witch's Woods offers several attractions, including a haunted hayride and the "Horrorwood Chamber of Chills".
- Salem — You can't mention Halloween in Massachusetts without bringing up Salem. The City of Salem is holding special events throughout October to celebrate the season and the city's spooky history. Click here for your guide to October in the Witch City.
- Trail of Terror, Wallingford — The Trail of Terror is a tradition for the New Haven area, and offers visitors an hour-long walk down its spooky trail.
- Fright Haven, Stratford — Head to Fright Haven , right off I-95, for "over 20,000 square feet of scare" and two seperate attractions, including a new one this year called "Hotel Hex".
- Legends of Fear, Shelton —At Legends of Fear , you can get spooked on the legendary Haunted Hayride that features all kinds of attractions, like the "Funhouse of Fear".
- Scary Acres RI, Hope — Take a ride on the Dark Harvest Hayride through Scary Acres' haunted town, and check out the other attractions offered by one of the Ocean State's most popular haunted spots.
- Haunted Labyrinth, Cranston — After 36 years, Cranston's Haunted Labyrinth says it's the longest running haunted house in New England.
- Slater Park Haunted Tunnel, Pawtucket — Sponsored by Pawtucket Parks & Recreation, the Haunted Tunnel is open on Friday and Saturday nights, beginning on Oct. 8 and running through Oct. 29
- Fright Kingdom, Nashua — Fright Kingdom has several haunted houses (which it claims are the scariest in New England) and is found right off the Everett Turnpike in Nashua.
- Haunted Overload, Lee — Located on the DeMerrit Hill Farm in Lee, Haunted Overload features movie-quality sets, monsters that tower over 30 feet and hundreds of lighted pumpkins.
- Nightmare New England, Litchfield — Spooky World presents Nightmare New England has 80 acres worth of scares and a new haunt called Asylum 47, which opened last season.
- Nightmare Vermont, Essex Junction — Nightmare Vermont combines "live stage combat, original immersive theater, and all the best in interactive scares and special effects" and warns that tickets are limited.
- The Haunted Mill, Winnoski —Billed as a "screaming good fundraiser" for the Winooski Food Shelf, the Haunted Mill warns that it may be considered just too intense for some guests.
- Queen City Ghostwalk —You can learn about everything from "the tragic inhabitants of an iconic Burlington family", to tales of a monster who lives in Lake Champlain and Native American legends on the several tours offered by Queen City Ghostwalk .
- Haunted Grandview Manor, Lebanon — Thursday through Sunday during October, you can head to Lebanon for a walk through the Haunted Grandview Manor.
- Farmington Fright Fest, Farmington — With three different attractions, Farmington Fright Fest comes to a head on Oct. 30 for "Black Out Sunday", when the lights are turned out in the haunts. You get a glow stick to use as light, instead.
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09/23/23: 8:30pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/07/23: 8:30pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/13/23: 8:30pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/14/23: 8:30pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/20/23: 8:30pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/21/23: 8:30pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/26/23: 8:30pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/27/23: 8:30pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/28/23: 8:30pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/30/23: 8:30pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/31/23: 8:30pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 11/04/23: 8:30pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS*
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A Guide to Haunted Houses Around Seattle (Halloween 2023)
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September 19, 2023
Are you a freak for fall ? Ready for a Halloweentime right of passage? A trip to a haunted house is perfect fodder for a good date, especially a first date. (Long lines + trauma bonding = a chance you’ll have a plus one for Christmas.) So, ghouls and goblins, we’ve got a guide to some local forsaken sites that have yet to be forbidden. But beware, some horrors follow you home.
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Buy tickets online in advance. most have wait times and don’t offer refunds. check in with locations directly for accessibility information. , georgetown morgue.
📆 Friday, September 22nd – Saturday, November 4th 📍 Georgetown Morgue: 5000 E Marginal Way S, Seattle 🎟 Starts @ $35
Want a haunted house in a location with an allegedly creepy history ? Put Georgetown Morgue on your list.
Billed as one of the “most intriguing historic urban morgues,” the Georgetown Morgue claims to have a gruesome history. In addition to serving as a morgue and crematorium, the morgue’s owners suggest the site has been the home of a missing body—later found dismembered—and other deaths. That includes the alleged “ Seattle crematorium massacre ,” where the morgue’s haunted house operators say that in October 1968, armed assailants forced all nine of the morgue’s staff members into a crematorium chamber . Leaving everyone as ash . ( Evidence supporting this story is scant .)
The rumored morgue history serves as the backdrop to a terrifying Halloween experience. Your ticket gets you into a walkthrough attraction in the style of a catacomb , where creatures (actors) roam. For those who want to experience more fear, add a new dark maze experience for an extra $8 a ticket. You and your group will try to flee a pitch-black maze. Good luck. (Leave young ones at home, as kids under 12 are prohibited.)
Free parking is available, with public transportation nearby. The experience is wheelchair accessible. No drinking is allowed, but there are plenty of spots nearby. Remember there’s a “no touch” policy (you don’t touch them; they don’t touch you). Because of their reputation as one of the best scares, the lines are often long—but there’s a VIP line for an additional charge.
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📆 Friday, September 29th – Saturday, November 4th 📍 Freighthouse Square: 626 East 25th Street, Tacoma 🎟 Starts @ $17
Descend into the depths of the sea where creatures from the dark come to life at Frighthouse Station , located at Freighthouse Square near the Tacoma Dome. This haunt visits the seaside village of Ammet Bay, where locals have returned from unspeakable terrors beneath the waves. With creepy set and character designs, this H.P. Lovecraft-inspired spookfest is a special nightmare.
While the organizers behind Frighthouse recommend no one under 12 visits, they do offer a “ Wand of Courage ” for the faint of heart. For an added $5 fee, you can equip yourself with a wand where, if you raise it and yell, “Back, evil thing! I command you!” you’ll make the monsters retreat . (If you don’t follow the instructions correctly, they’ll still pursue.) An “ Ultimate Fright Pass ” gets you faster access (less waiting in line) and a swag bag of spooky souvenirs for $40. No drinking, smoking, or vaping allowed. Also, no flash photography. This location is wheelchair accessible with assistance.
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📆 Saturday, September 30th – Sunday, October 29th 📍 Stocker Farms: 8705 Marsh Rd, Snohomish 🎟 Starts @ $28.95
Billed as Washington’s “original haunted corn trails,” Stocker Farms’ Stalker Farms is another spot with multiple attractions.
The “ Slasher Family Homestead ” and “ Pogo’s Funny Farm ” are full of torments for the fearless, featuring traditional haunted experiences like scary clowns and chainsaw-wielding creeps. The farm also offers a non-haunted nighttime corn maze that’s good for kids, plus a giant jumping pillow, ball toss zone, farmer foosball, and fire pits for rent. A VIP option , which includes a third haunted trail, “ Eski’s Dark Harvest ,” and a “ shooting gallery ,” is available. Hang out in the midway space before or after to enjoy food vendors, carnival-style gaming, and live entertainment on busy nights.
Heads-up: Wheelchairs are allowed, but accessibility could be an issue. All attractions are outside, so there can be mud, bugs, corn stalks, uneven ground, fog, and, yes, rain! A flash sale starts on September 25th, with online tickets at 30% off.
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📆 Saturday, September 30th – Sunday, October 29th 📍 Thomas Family Farm: 9010 Marsh Rd, Snohomish 🎟 Starts @ $31
Come here for a one-stop spooky spot for everyone. Thomas Family Farm’s Nightmare on 9 experience admits you to multiple attractions. First is the “ Vogel Institute ,” an indoor haunted house operating on the farm since 2012. Then there’s “ The Haunted Trail ,” a quarter-mile-long walk through the imagined ghost town of “Blackreach.” And the “ Zombie Paintball ” ride lets you shoot ghouls back into their graves. Want something without monsters? Try the “ Night Corn Maze .”
Most activities are for ages 12 and over, with kids under eight not allowed. But onsite, there’s free access to a nighttime pumpkin patch , food court , and general store . You can even rent a fire pit . For those old enough to drink, there’s a beer garden . (Helpful if you need some bravery.) Parking is available, and a fast pass can be purchased to reduce wait times. Receive a discount plus free admission to the corn maze if you combine two or three activities.
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📆 Friday, October 6th – Sunday, October 29th 📍 Wild Waves: 36201 Enchanted Pkwy S, Federal Way 🎟 Starts @ $35
A family-friendly theme and water park by day—beware, the fright comes out at night . Popular with teens, Wild Waves’ Fright Fest has multiple terror-inducing attractions.
The “ Chamber of Souls ” serves as a traditional haunted house. Make your way through ghouls, corpses, and a zombie outbreak. Then head to “ Camp Whispering Pines ,” a trail where tortured camp counselors and slaughtered campers abound. The “ Voodoo Swamp ” is a shadowy bog full of creepy crawlers and curses. The first two come with admission, but the swamp costs an extra five bucks.
To reduce wait times, a VIP pass includes a separate line, the three haunted attractions, plus four thrill rides. Rollercoaster after, anyone? For those under 13 (or anyone who wants fun without fear), there is “ Booville ,” a kid-friendly, scare-free area with games, a magic show, and a Halloween costume contest. Tip: Plan to carpool due to paid parking. Buy tickets in advance because reservations are required.
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Welcome to the 10th annual #SpookyShowcase, a Halloween artist and author showcase. This year’s theme is HAUNT . Haunts can be many things… People, places, things, decisions, states of mind, and even love. Something that haunts you in the dead of the night, pulling your covers off inch by heart-pounding inch. Rattling in an old house that you know is not the pipes. An old graveyard that townies refuse to set foot in after midnight. It can be loved ones or women in white standing along a deserted highway waiting for passersby. Sometimes haunts are secrets, tucked away in an old diary, never to be seen again…until it is.
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Halloween Horror Nights 2023
This article is your complete guide to the 2023 Halloween Horror Night event! As Universal Orlando’s most popular event, we know what Halloween Horror Nights 2023 is going to be the most epic yet, as it is celebrating it’s 32nd year scaring Universal guests! So we put together a guide of everything we can expect based on years past and everything we know until this point including a huge surprise for the first haunted house.
We know that the 31st Anniversary of the Halloween Horror Nights event last year was the MOST epic with 10 new haunted house and five complete scare zones throughout the park. We are hoping that the Halloween Horror Nights 32nd Anniversary can hold a candle to what we’ve seen in the years past! Especially with HHN 32 announcing that they will be adding 4 extra dates, now offering November 1 – 4th as extended dates for the event!
Be sure to check back with us as we continue to update this blog with the latest 2023 Halloween Horror Nights news ! It’s important to note that a regular Universal Orlando theme park ticket will not grant you access to Halloween Horror Nights. Instead, a Halloween Horror Nights Universal event is a separate ticketed event that grants guests exclusive time in the parks with a scary twist.
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So if you’re ready for the complete Halloween Horror Nights 2023 guide , read on!
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What is Halloween Horror Nights in 2023 ?
Universal’s 2023 Halloween Horror Night brings the stories of the world’s most notorious creators of horror to life for a few hours each event night. While attending, you’ll get to see haunted houses from classic horror books and movies, as well as characters and homes from some current cult favorites (such as “Chucky”). And while the haunted houses and mazes are the big draw (and the main reason to investigate getting a Halloween Horror Nights early entry ticket), there are also tons of other scary (i.e.: fun) things to do at HHN 2023 . It’s guaranteed to be a jam-packed night.
Whatever your reason to want to attend Halloween Horror Nights , you are going to want to be able to experience as much of it as possible during your visit. With so much going on some might use it as the perfect excuse to attend more than one Halloween Horror nights event night . However if you only have one night to attend the 2023 HHN event , we’re here to help you find the best way to get the most amount of quality time at the event.
This year, Universal is celebrating its 32nd Halloween Horror Nights 2023 , so we’re sure that the scares are only getting better. Last year, Universal even had a house themed after The Weekend, which was a hit for HHN 31!
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What are the 2023 Halloween Horror Nights Dates?
Universal Orlando has announced the official 2023 Halloween Horror Nights Dates! HHN 2023 dates will be on select nights from September 1 – October 31, 2023! The Halloween Horror Nights 2023 dates fall on select nights at Universal Studios Florida for guests to enjoy.
What days are Halloween Horror Nights 2023?
- September 1-3
- September 6-10
- September 13-17
- September 20-24
- September 27 – October 1
- October 4-8
- October 11-15
- October 18-22
- October 25-29
- NEW* November 1st – 4th
* Just announced that Halloween Horror Nights 32 will be extended adding Nov 1-4, 2023 to the event’s dates! That means four more days of scare – so make sure to get your tickets here .
The HHN event takes place on Wednesday and Thursdays during the week and all weekends including Friday, Saturday and Sunday. It’s important to keep in mind that this event has become extremely popular among Florida locals and to meet that demand Universal increased event nights in recent years.
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What are the Best Dates to Visit Universal Studios Orlando Halloween Horror Nights?
The Orlando Halloween Horror Nights are some of the biggest events to happen in Central Florida. That means, it can get extremely busy if you go on the wrong days. If you’re wanted to go on less crowded days for Horror Nights 2023, we would suggest going earlier than later.
What are the best nights to go to Halloween Horror Nights?
- September: 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, 24, 27, 28
Based on what we know for Halloween horror nights so far, the best nights to visit tend to be weekdays during the first two weeks which will be between September 3rd – September 17th.
Moderately Crowded Nights for Halloween Horror Nights:
- September 1, 2, 3, 16, 23, 30
- October 6, 7, 8, 14, 21, 31
Moderately crowded nights tend the be the weekdays leading up until Columbus day weekend in October which will be September 16th until October 8th.
Very Crowded Nights for Halloween Horror Nights:
- October 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31
Over all the least crowded HHN 2023 days consistently fall during the first two weeks. Given the popularity of Halloween Horror Nights , it can be challenging to find a slow night. However, Wednesdays and Thursdays will typically draw lower crowds. Most locals visit on Friday and Saturday nights, so one of the best Halloween Horror Nights tips is to avoid those nights. Guests can also take advantage of Halloween Horror Nights Early entry to get a head start on crowded nights!
If you’re in the process of planning your Universal Orlando vacation and are still unsure when is the best time to visit, check out our Halloween Horror Nights Crowd Calendar . With this Halloween Horror Night calendar , we break down crowd levels, daily ticket prices, and Halloween Horror Nights weather for each day.
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The Best Universal Orlando Hotels for Halloween Horror Nights 2023
There are a few factors to consider when picking a Universal Orlando hotel for Halloween Horror nights . However we find that the most important ones are the location of the hotel and of course the price. The great news is Universal has hotel options for every families needs and budget. However based on Halloween Horror nights alone here are our suggestions.
What are the best hotels for Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights 2023?
- Hard Rock Hotel
- Endless Summer Resort
Visiting HHN 2023 Based on Location:
Our favorite resort when visiting Halloween Horror nights is the Universal Hard Rock resort. The main reason is this is the only Universal Orlando Resort which is in walking distance to Universal Studios. We find this to be very convenient. It’s also important to note that guests will also receive free Universal express passes, which is a great way to get a lot done in a short amount of time.
Visiting HHN 2023 Based on Budget:
One of the coolest things about staying at a Universal Orlando Resort is the free transportation to and from the theme parks. So if the convenience of walking to Universal Studios isn’t the most important thing, we suggest staying at Universal’s Endless Summer resort. We recently stayed at this hotel and found it to be such a good value when looking at all of the additional amenities. Be sure to check out our complete room review at Universal’s Endless Summer resort!
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What are the 2023 Halloween Horror Nights Haunted Houses?
The 2023 Halloween Horror Night Houses have been announced! Typically, Halloween Horror Nights Houses are announced slowly throughout the year to tease guests on what’s to come. We now have all 10 haunted houses and concepts that we can get excited about for HHN 2023.
What are the 2023 HHN Houses?
- The Last of Us
- Stranger Things 4
- The Exorcist: Believer
- Universal Monsters: Unmasked
- Yeti: Campground Kills
- Bloodmoon: Dark Offerings
- The Darkest Deal
- Dueling Dragons: Choose Thy Fate
- Dr. Oddfellow: Twisted Origins
#1: 2023 HHN Haunted House – Chucky
Horror fans got a special treat on Halloween last year when Universal announced the first haunted house of 2023! We know that the first house will be based on his USA/Syfy show of the same name. This is not the first time we’ve seen a Chucky house at HHN, as he’s been a popular character at Universal with a haunted house and scare zone in previous years. We know that this is going be a great HHN Haunted House for all those classic horror lovers.
#2: 2023 HHN Haunted House – The Last of Us
The Last of Us – Enter the world of Naughty Dog’s video game in real life, as you fight to survive and navigate your way through an abandoned Pittsburgh with Joel and Ellie… try to survive The Last of Us. Halloween Horror Nights announced the house with this video on YouTube. As huge The Last of Us fans, we can’t wait for this house to hit not only the Orlando Halloween Horror Nights, but also Universal Hollywood! So, try to avoid getting bitten, don’t set off a Clicker and do your best!
#3: 2023 HHN House – Stranger Things 4
We’re going back into the Upside Down with the whole crew from Stranger Things in this 2023 Halloween Horror Nights House. Set in the town of Hawkins and inspired by season 4, guests will encounter all of their favorite characters (and foes) in this new house. We will see scenes like the Hawkins lab, the Creel House and Vecna’s mind lair. This house can also be found at the Universal Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights event too! We are going to be “Runnin’ Up That Hill” to get tickets because this house sounds amazing!
Be sure to continue to check back as we keep this page updated on all of the 2023 Halloween Horror Nights haunted houses! And be sure to continue reading below about additional details regarding this year’s 2023 HHN! We promise to answer the question, “ What are all of the Halloween Horror Nights Houses for 2023″ long before the season begins!
#4 Halloween Horror Nights House – The Exorcist: Believer
This Halloween Horror Nights House 2023 takes you into the world of the upcoming film “The Exorcist: Believer”. Two missing girls have been found with no memory of what happened to them, but wherever they went, the ultimate evil has returned with them. This HHN House 2023 is inspired by Universal Pictures’ upcoming horror film from Blumhouse and Morgan Creek Entertainment. The house transports guests to a bustling street market in Haiti, where the purchase of a strange three-eyed folk doll leads to the opening of a demonic portal and the awakening of sinister spirits. Two 12-year-old girls in the U.S. disappear and are found three days later with no memory of what happened to them. As they begin to exhibit unsettling behavior, it becomes clear that only an exorcism can save them – and everyone who comes in contact with them, including guests, is suddenly at risk of losing their souls.
#5 HHN House – Universal Monsters: Unmasked
This Halloween Horror Nights House 2023 takes guests down into the infamous Paris Catacombs, where every corner and crevice overflows with skeletal remains and even more sinister secrets. Universal’s most notorious creatures – The Phantom of the Opera, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Dr. Jack Griffin, aka The Invisible Man – lie in wait as they seek vengeance against guests after the opening of the Catacombs to public visitation. These desperate and dangerous fiends have become filled with a rage toward guests navigating the twisted tunnels of their underground labyrinth home.
#6 New Halloween Horror Nights House 2023 – Yeti: Campground Kills
Venture into a 1950s campground overrun by huge, menacing yetis who rip apart anyone who gets in their way in this HHN House 2023. You must flee to the ranger tower to escape in this Halloween Horror Nights House.
#7 New HHN Houses 2023 – Bloodmoon: Dark Offerings
In a Colonial-era village, moon-worshippers witness a blood moon at their fall festival in this HHN House 2023. They take it as a sign to hunt down any non-followers, including you and your scream squad in this Halloween Horror Nights House.
#8 – Halloween Horror Nights House – The Darkest Deal
Blues musician Pinestraw Spruce will have to face the music after meeting with The Collector and trading his soul for musical glory in this Halloween Horror Nights House 2023. You and your squad learn the terrible price of fame in this HHN House.
#9 – HHN House – Dr. Oddfellow: Twisted Origins
Step into Dr. Oddfellow’s menacing menagerie of twisted oddities in this Halloween Horror Nights House 2023. But the price for you and your friends is steep: the cost of your souls to feed his immortal power in this HHN House.
#10 – HHN House Dueling Dragons: Choose Thy Fate
Two warlocks of great power were turned into dragons after trying to take Merlyn’s spell book. Now you and your friends are caught in their epic battle in this HHN House 2023. You must choose a path and a victor in this absolutely iconic and classic Halloween Horror Nights House.
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What are the 2023 Halloween Horror Nights Shows?
If you’re visiting the 2023 Halloween Horror Nights celebration, you might be looking for things other to do than just the haunted houses. There are two shows that are performed each night at Halloween Horror Nights and you can expect them to scare your socks off! The Halloween Horror Nights shows really highlights the spooky entertainment that is perfect for those who want to experience the horror, but maybe not get chased or scared inside of the houses.
What are the two 2023 Halloween Horror Nights shows?
- Halloween Nightmare Fuel Wildfire – Enjoy pyro and aerial performers that put on truly a terrifying act with electronica music in the background
- Ghoulish: A Halloween Tale – Find a spot on the Universal Studios Lagoon to watch an incredibly spooky water show.
*These shows are anticipated to return for 2023 due to the popularity at the event in previous years*
What are the Universal Halloween Horror Nights Scare Zones?
While you’re making your way around the Universal Studios grounds, you might run into the Halloween Horror Nights Scare Zones . These are FIVE zones specifically designed to ramp up the stalking from the scareactors to really frighten you. These HHN Scare Zones all have themes with different creatures, ghouls and psychos to scare you all night long! The 2023 Halloween Horror Nights scare zones for 2023 have been announced.
- Dr. Oddfellow’s Collection of Horror : This scare zone is part of Dr. Oddfellow’s menacing menagerie of twisted oddities. The price for entering is steep: the cost of your souls to feed his immortal power.
- Dark Zodiac : This scare zone is another part of Dr. Oddfellow’s collection. It’s unclear what horrors await in this zone, but it’s sure to be connected to the dark side of the zodiac.
- Jungle of Doom: Expedition Horror : This scare zone takes you into a jungle filled with unknown horrors. It’s another part of Dr. Oddfellow’s collection, and it’s sure to be a thrilling experience.
- Vamp ’69: Summer of Blood : This scare zone takes you back to the summer of ’69, but with a horrifying twist. Vampires are on the loose, and it’s part of Dr. Oddfellow’s collection.
- Shipyard 32: Horrors Unhinged : This scare zone takes you to a shipyard where horrors are unhinged. It’s the final part of Dr. Oddfellow’s collection, and it’s sure to be a terrifying experience.
What is the Universal Orlando tribute store for Halloween Horror Nights 2023?
The Tribute Store has become a tradition over the years, offering a highly themed shopping environment for both new and diehard fans. The team behind these stores emphasizes great attention to detail, creating an experience many guests get extremely excited about. From nods to previous years and even some inside jokes, this specialty themed shopping experience has become somewhat of an event icon itself.
A new hint in the Jurassic Park 30th Anniversary Tribute Store confirms that the 2023 Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store will return to the themed store’s previous New York location in Universal Studios Florida. The hint can be found in the final room, in one of the display cases with vintage “Jurassic Park” merchandise.
A new comic book beneath a “Jurassic Park” magazine reads “Halloween Horror Nights” and “No. 32 October.” This will be Halloween Horror Nights 32 at Universal Studios Florida. The name of the book is “Tribute to Terror.” A receipt is sticking out of the retro book. For Tim F., the receipt lists a “Jurassic Park” souvenir magazine and “Tribute to Terror” #1. The location of the store the items are ostensibly from — McPherson’s Collectibles — is 1208 5th Ave, New York, NY. 1208 5th Ave, New York, NY is the address of the old Tribute Store location, next to Revenge of the Mummy in the park’s New York section.
The Tribute Store has also grown even bigger than just Halloween Horror Nights, changing themes and merchandise each season throughout the year. It continues to grow in popularity with visitors to the park, with many guests coming just to see the new theme each season.
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What Rides Are Open During Halloween Horror Nights Orlando ?
If you’re reading this and wondering, “ are rides open during Halloween Horror Nights ?” Universal does keep a number of attractions open during each HHN special ticketed event.
One of the biggest perks for HHN 2023 are the short lines for rides, as most people are waiting for the houses!
What rides are open for Halloween Horror Nights:
- Transformers: The Ride-3D
- Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit
- Revenge of the Mummy
- Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts
- Men in Black Alien Attack
- Fast & Furious – Supercharged
- The Simpson Ride
Due to the popularity of the haunted houses, wait times are minimal for all of the daytime rides, so you’ll have more time to buy all that Halloween Horror Nights merchandise . Transformers, Harry Potter, and Fast & Furious do close early on most nights.
Another popular question we receive is, which roller coasters are open during Halloween Horror Nights? And, Universal will keep Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit, Revenge of the Mummy and Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts open during all HHN events.
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Does Halloween Horror Nights Include Harry Potter World?
Another popular question we receive is, does Halloween Horror Nights include the Wizarding World of Harry Potter? And as a general rule of thumb Universal does keep Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts open in Diagon Alley until 9:00 PM during most Halloween Horror Nights events. It is important to note that the Hogwarts Express and Ollivanders Wand Shop are not open during Halloween Horror Nights.
What time does Harry Potter world close during Halloween Horror Nights?
Diagon Alley closes to regular daytime guests at 5 p.m. during Halloween Horror Nights events. Anyone with a Halloween Horror Nights ticket can wait in the designated holding area in Diagon Alley and enjoy Harry Potter and the Escape From Gringotts as part of the Halloween Horror Nights event until 9:00 PM.
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What Time Does Halloween Horror Nights Start and End?
Halloween Horror Nights officially begins around 6PM, right when the night starts to creep over Universal Orlando Resort. Guests who are visiting Universal Studios Florida the day of their Halloween Horror Nights might be in the parks already, but held in waiting areas until they’ve been given the all clear. Halloween Horror Nights truly is a long, spooky night as it doesn’t even end until 1am at the earliest.
W hat time does Halloween Horror Nights start ?
Halloween Horror Nights typically start at 6:30 PM.
What time does Halloween Horror Nights end ?
Halloween Horror Nights typically end at 1:00 AM on select weekdays and 2:00 AM on weekends.
If you were wondering when Halloween Horror Nights ends dates wise, it ends when Halloween is over!
When does Halloween Horror Nights end?
Halloween Horror Nights officially ends Halloween night, October 31st, 2023, after the last body leaves Universal Studios Florida.
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Entering Halloween Horror Nights
Universal takes the safety of its guests very seriously, and therefore it can take some time to get through security. For this reason, we always recommend getting to the park 30-45 minutes before the event begins. Universal does tend to open the gates early on most nights.
There are a few different ways to enter this special event but the most important thing to keep in mind is the security and new safety procedures. We are still waiting to see how the newest safety procedures will be implemented for this years event.
Here are the different options for guests entering HHN 2023:
- Guests spending the day at Universal Studios and purchasing a ticket for HHN that evening
- Guests purchasing the Stay and Scream Ticket
- Those arriving at 6:30 for regular entry
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Guests who are staying at any of the Universal Studios hotels will also have access to a VIP entrance gate. This gate is open to hotel guests until 8:00 p.m.
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2023 Universal Halloween Horror Nights Tickets
Guests can shop for the latest HHN discount tickets at theparkprodigy.com! This is our favorite event of the year and love having discounted Halloween Horror Night tickets for our readers.
However if you need some additional information be sure to keep reading!
How much are Halloween Horror Nights tickets for 2023?
Tickets for the 2023 HHN will vary from $79.99 up to $119.99.
Do you need a park ticket For Halloween Horror Nights ?
The short answer is yes. Halloween Horror Nights does require special Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights tickets for entry into the park after 6:30 p.m. A regular Universal Studios Ticket will NOT give you entry into Halloween Horror Nights. You do not have to purchase a regular Universal Studios admission ticket if you only plan on attending HHN.
We highly recommend you purchase your Halloween Horror nights tickets 2023 in advance so you can save time and money before getting to the park. More on that below. Also, no outside drinks are permitted—although Halloween Horror Nights alcohol will be served at select locations during certain hours, subject to availability.
How Much Are VIP tickets for Halloween Horror Nights 2023 ?
Be sure to reach out to us for the most recent VIP tour ticket prices. Visitors can experience the VIP treatment with the R.I.P. Tour, a first-class expert guided tour of Halloween Horror Nights. And with the Halloween Horror Nights Frequent Fear pass , you can get multiple visits for one great price with admission to all Sunday through Friday event nights.
How to Buy Halloween Horror Nights tickets?
Guests can shop for the latest Halloween Horror Nights discount tickets on HHN product page. We also find it helpful to figure out if you would like to visit during your already planned vacation or plan a specific trip around a HHN event. Planning around a specific event will give you more flexibility if the most important thing for your group is avoiding large crowds and long wait times.
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Halloween Horror Nights 2023 Express Pass
If you’re trying to hit every stop on the Halloween Horror Nights map, including all ten haunted houses, we highly recommend the Halloween Horror Nights express pass . Just like the regular Universal Express pass , guests will be able to skip the regular standby line and jump onto a shorter line. With this pass, you’ll find much more time in the night to peruse the event and get yourself all the Halloween Horror Nights food menu items and Halloween Horror Nights merch that have been haunting your dreams.
*Due to the popularity of some haunted houses, your wait can still be over an hour, especially on the weekends.
Your Halloween Horror Nights tickets fast pass will allow you to skip the lines on the regular rides and mazes that are open. The Halloween Horror Nights fast pass allows you entry to each haunted house, attraction, and maze one time per night.
Halloween Horror Nights Express Passes do sell out, especially on peak nights. We recommend purchasing your express pass ASAP. Ask us about a Halloween Horror Nights express pass discount and Halloween Horror Nights group tickets .
2023 Halloween Horror Nights Unlimited Express Pass
Guests will receive all of the benefits as the HHN Express pass, but they can experience all attractions as many times as they want. Universal released a very limited amount of these passes last year for each event night. You can only purchase these passes in person at the front gate in the park.
Our Halloween Horror Nights express pass review ? Highly recommended, but given the increased Halloween Horror Nights wait times we don’t see the benefit of having an unlimited pass…unless you only have your heart set on one specific haunted house.
Halloween Horror Nights Early Entry: Scream Early Ticket
If you are trying to accomplish everything on the Universal Halloween Horror nights park map , arrive as early as you can. The easiest way to beat the long lines is to take advantage of the Scream Early Ticket —the best option for guests who don’t have an annual pass ( Halloween Horror Nights annual pass discount , anyone?) and also do not want to purchase a full price one day ticket.
Guests will have the chance to enter the park between 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on the day of their Halloween Horror Nights ticket.
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Parking for Halloween Horror Nights Orlando
Please note that free self-parking after 6:00 p.m. is not valid on Halloween Horror Nights event nights. Expect to pay the normal Universal Studios parking fee Halloween Horror Nights.
Guests can expect to pay $27 per car parking at Universal Orlando before 6PM. After 6PM, parking is free for guests wanting to visit CityWalk, Universal Studios Florida or Islands of Adventure. Guests park in the normal Universal Orlando parking lots for Halloween Horror Nights, which are covered parking garages.
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Halloween Horror Nights 2023 FAQ
Q: How old do you have to be to go to Halloween Horror nights?
A: Although there is no official age limit this event may be too intense for young children, so we would recommend a Halloween Horror Nights age limit of anyone over 13.
Q: Does Islands of Adventure Stay Open During Halloween Horror Nights ?
A: Yes, it stays open until normal closing time. HHN does not take place in Islands of Adventure.
Q: Is there early park admission to HHN 2023?
A: Yes, there are a few ways for guests to gain early entry to HHN. We suggest checking out our complete Halloween Horror Nights early access guide!
Q: How much are Halloween Horror Nights tickets?
A: Tickets for Halloween Horror Nights 2023 start at $79.99 per person plus tax.
Q: Are the rides open during Halloween Horror Nights?
A: Yes, there are rides open during Halloween Horror Nights which usually have low waits. Most guests are waiting in line to experience the haunted houses, so it’s a perfect time to ride on of the Universal Studios Florida attractions.
Q: Is HHN in Islands of Adventure?
A: No, HHN 2023 is not in Islands of Adventure, it is hosted in Universal Studios Florida. Islands of Adventure parked closes during Halloween Horror Nights, but can still enjoy CityWalk if they aren’t going to Halloween Horror Nights.
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- Lyndhurst After Dark
- Sleepy Hollow vs. Salem
- Octagon House
- Old Croton Aqueduct Trail
- Old Dutch Church
- Philipsburg Manor
- Sleepy Hollow Cemetery Special Events
- Sleepy Hollow Cemetery Tours
- Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse
- Union Church of Pocantico Hills
- Events Calendar
- Halloween in Sleepy Hollow Country
- Dracula and the Theater of Doom
- Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze
- Hulda’s Night at Rockefeller State Park
- The Horsemen: Sleepy Hollow Haunted House
- Irving’s Legend
- The Legend Cirque
- Old Dutch Church Fest
- Sleepy Hollow Haunted Hayride
- Sleepy Hollow Street Fair
The Spirits of Sleepy Hollow Country
- Tarrytown Halloween Parade
- Tarrytown Music Hall Ghost Tours
- Tarrytown Music Hall Shows
- Apple Picking
- Farmers Markets
- Sleepy Hollow Souvenirs
- Lunch and Dinner
- Coffee & Tea
- Motels and Budget
- Inns and Bed & Breakfasts
- Sleepy Hollow Country
- How Charles Dickens Stole Christmas
- Movies Made Here
As of 2023 Horseman's Hollow at Philipsburg Manor in Sleepy Hollow appears to be discontinued. For further information contact the event organizer: https://hudsonvalley.org/events/ or 914-366-6900.
See below for alternate events.
The Horsemen: Terror Lies in Chaos
Are you ready to lose your head? Nights of terror return this Fall with a brand-new Sleepy Hollow haunted house!
An immersive horror experience arrives as NYC’s famed Psycho Clan, which The New York Times calls, “The Emperors of Immersive Horror” bring their brand of terror to Sleepy Hollow! This experience is the surreal fever dream of a madman, taking place in a nightmarish hospital as the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse descend upon visitors. Timed entry, advance purchase recommended. VIP tickets available for this all-new Sleepy Hollow haunted house!
Event takes place in the bathhouse at Kingsland Point Park, 299 Palmer Avenue, Sleepy Hollow, NY. In partnership with the Village of Sleepy Hollow .
2023 dates: October 6th — November 5th (Thursday – Sunday).
Showtimes and tickets at: https://www.thehorsemenhauntedhouse.com/
Sleepy Hollow gets a little more spooky this year! Join master illusionists Mark Clearview and Nick Wallace as they journey into the realm of the unknown at this supernatural spectacle. Their tricks and conjurings will leave you spellbound as they communicate with the spirits of Sleepy Hollow Country , like Hulda of Bohemia, British spy Major John André, and the Headless Horseman himself! Once thought long departed, it turns out these spirits are still present and have quite a bit to say. Don’t miss the all new original Spirits of Sleepy Hollow Country at Philipsburg Manor !
2023 Dates: September 29 – October 29. Fridays and Saturdays (and Sunday October 8) 6 pm, 7:30 pm, 9 pm. Sundays 5:30 pm, 7 pm, 8:30 pm.
Where: Philipsburg Manor, 381 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591.
For information and tickets: https://hudsonvalley.org or 914-366-6900.
We are proud to announce our 2023 Annual Haunted House Saturday October 28th!
DATES & HOURS OF OPERATION
Times shown are ticket windows hours. Everyone who is in line prior to the windows closing will be allowed to enter the show.
New Jersey 2023 Halloween Events Calendar
Looking to plan a day of haunt-filled fun this fall? Make sure to check out NewJerseyHauntedHouses.com's Calendar of Halloween Events to find the best Fall Festivities and terrifying Haunts each and every day this September through November. Whether you're planning a last minute outing with friends, or you are putting together a day filled with family fun, make sure to utilize NewJerseyHauntedHouses.com's Halloween Events Calendar to get the most out of the season this autumn! Click on a day to see all events for that day.
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- Halloween Festivals & Parades
- Halloween Parties & Nightlife
- Haunted Hay Rides
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- Haunted Museums
- Haunted Trails
- Hay Rides (Kid Friendly)
- Home Haunts
- Kids Parties
- Mazes / Corn Mazes (Kid Friendly)
- Not-So-Scary Haunted Houses (Kid Friendly)
- Other Events
- Paranormal Events
- Pumpkin Patches
- Safe Trick or Treating
- Scream Parks
- Theaters & Plays
- Zombie 5k Runs
- Zombie Hunts & Shootouts
- Has Reviews
- Listing w/ Photos
- Coupon Available
Atlantic City, NJ 844-757-5657 usghostadventures.com/atlantic-city
Welcome to Atlantic City Ghosts—where eerie enigmas unfold and haunted history comes alive. Uncover the origins behind Atlantic City's chilling past and the sinister secrets that haunt its boardwalks. Step into the shadows of its seedy history, a... Read More
Paramus, NJ (201) 402-2880 halloweenhouseparamus.com
NOT A HAUNTED HOUSE, IT'S SO MUCH MORE! New Jersey's #1 Halloween Attraction More fun, less fear, and more WOW than a haunted house! ween House Paramus is a completely immersive, one of a kind Halloween experience where you are... Read More
Hillsborough, NJ 908.371.COWS norzhillfarm.com
Come find your perfect pumpkin at Norz Hill Farm! During the weekends of September and October, you can come out to Norz Hill Farm and pick your perfect pumpkins, gourds and squash. We grow 75 different varieties planted in over 45 acres. The... Read More
Denville, NJ 973-366-0440 www.unionhillfarms.com
Union Hill Farms opens just in time for Easter each year. In the fall, we operate a free Hayride to our pick-your-own Pumpkin Patch on weekends and fill the roadstand with homegrown apples, broccoli, cauliflower, potatoes, winter squash and much... Read More
Chester, NJ 908-879-2696 www.stonyhillfarms.com/market/funpark
At Stony Hill Farm Market, fall means that it's time for a new Maze Quest Corn Maze to begin! Our 10-acre corn maze features a new theme every year. In the past, we've featured Manhattan, Pirates, Ancient Egypt, Dinosaurs, the Outback, the... Read More
Howell, NJ 732-863-0755 www.twinpondfarm.com
Autumn is a fun time at Twin Pond Farm. There are many exciting attractions for your family to enjoy. Free Corn Maze Pumpkin Picking Hay Bale Maze Pumpkin Bowling Hay Wagon Ride Moon Bounce Pumpkin Ring Toss Our one of a kind Corn... Read More
Gillette, NJ 908-647-0957 hillview-farms.com
Hillview Farms has been home to 53-acres of locally grown goodness for almost 150 years. Family-owned and operated, we farm fresh fruits and vegetables right here in Gilette, New Jersey. We offer u-pick fruits and vegetables, a convenient Farm... Read More
Wrightstown, NJ 609-758-2068 byrnefarmmarket.com
Byrne Farm Market (formerly Robson Farm Market) provides Jersey Fresh fruits and vegetables to customers. During Fall season, Byrne Farm offers Pumpkins, Apple Varieties and ornamental fall items.... Read More
East Windsor, NJ 609-758-7817 www.fieldofterror.com/daytime.html
K & S Farms presents Sunshine Acres. Family Friendly Fall Fun. Attractions: Pumpkin Picking: Our pumpkin patch will be open for patrons to ride the hayride or walk to the patch if you feel more comfortable walking. Corn Maze: Kyle Family... Read More
Newark, NJ 201-983-9397 www.qxtsnightclub.com
Halloween AT QXT’S Dance Party Anyone whom has attended our Halloweens in the past know three things... it's packed, almost everyone dresses up and... GET THERE EARLY! QXT’s Famed Costume Contest @ Midnight Grand Prize of $1,000 There... Read More
Randolph, NJ 973-584-4734 www.sunhigh.com
Pumpkin Patch: Admission to the pumpkin patch is free. Weekend Hay Rides are available. You may choose a pumpkin from the market area or take a short walk out to our patch in the orchard. Feel free to bring your own wagon to assist with your... Read More
Freehold, NJ 732-462-0756 www.battlevieworchards.com
Battleview Orchards is a family owned and operated farm and Country Store. The farm allows the public to pick their own Pumpkins, New Jersey Apples, New Jersey Peaches, New Jersey Strawberries, Sour Cherries and Nectarines. Hayrides: Weekends... Read More
Wayne, NJ 973-839-1212 farmsview.com
Fall is a favorite time of the year in New Jersey! Farms View offers a wide variety of fall decorations perfect for Halloween and Thanksgiving! Also, don't miss our popular Pumpkin Picking & Hayride Experience. Pumpkins (including Big Mac... Read More
Flanders, NJ 973-584-7578 www.ashleyfarmsonline.com
Ashley Farms is a fourth generation family farm in Flanders, NJ. The Ashleys farm about 170 acres, most of which is rented. Fall products include: Pumpkins Cornstalks Haybales Gourds Fall Decorations Hardy Mums Locally Grown Apples Fresh... Read More
Medford, NJ 609-654-8643 www.johnsonsfarm.com
Our fall season kicks off with hayrides into our fields to pick your own apples and pick your own pumpkins. Corn Maze: Barnyard Bill lost all of his tractors and he needs you help. Wander through our 5 Acre Corn Maze and see if you can find all... Read More
Monmouth Junction, NJ 732-329-8656 vonthunfarms.com
Corn Maze: This year’s theme: A Tribute to local singing idol JAX!! You’ll be Lost, Laughing, and Loving it! Enjoy the whole MAiZE (approx. 1 hour) or the Junior MAiZE (15-20 minutes) Attempt the MAiZE without any help – or cheat a little using... Read More
Milford, NJ 908-995-0022 www.phillipsfarms.com
Phillips Farms is a family-owned farm located in Milford New Jersey, Hunterdon County just 70 miles from Manhattan. Pick-your-own fruit during season is a fun and family-friendly outdoor activity and shouldn’t be missed. Experience our farm at... Read More
Califon, NJ 908-439-2318 www.melickstownfarm.com
At Melick's Town Farm in Califon, plan to join us on weekends in October for a horse drawn wagon ride out to the pumpkin patch where you can select your own pumpkins still growing on the vine. We also have hay wagon rides at the Cider Mill and... Read More
Wyckoff, NJ 201-891-0278 abmasfarm.com
Our 30 acre farm dates back to the 1790s; the homestead and out-buildings are well preserved and kept in their original state. Barnyard: Come on down to the farm and visit our Barnyard Petting Zoo! Check out one of a kind features like our goat... Read More
Hackettstown, NJ 908-852-9122 donaldsonfarms.net
Donaldson Farms features hundreds of acres of fruits & vegetables, farm market, pumpkin picking, strawberry picking, farm education, tours, birthday parties & corporate events! Fall at Donaldson Farms is a great time of year with numerous things to... Read More
Jackson, NJ 732-363-1420 www.cicconifarms.com
Cicconi Farms offers musical hayrides that are designed for our younger crowd (the young at heart, too!). Our musical hayride is a 20 minute hayride to our enclosed pumpkin patch where riders will be able to pick out a small pumpkin at no additional... Read More
Long Valley, NJ 908-876-3351 www.ortfarms.com
Ort Farms is a family owned farm located in Long Valley, New Jersey. The Ort Family works hard all 4 seasons to bring their customers the best quality. Seasonally, Ort Farms offers seasonal products, plants, fruits and vegetables. Fall Fun... Read More
East Brunswick, NJ 732-821-9494 www.giamaresefarm.com
Fall Harvest Weekends: We are open in October for our Fall Harvest Season. Tickets may be purchased for a hayride tour and the corn maze. We have Pick-Your-Own Pumpkins, mums, straw bales, corn stalks, gourds and other fall decorations. Fall... Read More
Glenwood, NJ 973-764-4732 www.pochuckvalleyfarms.com
Pochuck Valley Farms Market and Deli have many types of fruits and vegetables in the fall. We have our Pick Your Own season, when we allow everyone to come pick their own apples, pears, plums, pumpkins, gourds and any other fruits and vegetables... Read More
Fairfield, NJ 973-227-1011 www.fairfieldfarms.net
Fairfield Farms has a reputation for being a wonderful place to visit in the fall. We provide a fun Autumnal farm experience right in Essex County, only minutes from major cities like Paterson, Newark, and New York City. Our fall season begins... Read More
Chester, NJ 908-879-7189 www.alstedefarms.com
Visiting Alstede Farms to pick your own fruits, vegetables, or flowers is an enjoyable family experience. Families’ young and old have shared with us their fond memories of coming to Alstede Farms over the years to pick apples, pumpkins, or... Read More
Colts Neck, NJ 732-542-5404 eastmontorchards.com
Pick your own: Pumpkins, Gourds, Peaches, Apples. Easy picking for preschool, nursery or kindergarten classes. ... Read More
Egg Harbor City, NJ 609-593-6180 www.randjfarm.com
Welcome to R and J Farm in Galloway Twp, New Jersey located in Atlantic County. Pack the family in the car and make plans to spend some time with us and see what we have new for you this year! R and J Farm offers a corn maze, hayrides to the... Read More
East Windsor, NJ 609-448-0629 www.leeturkeyfarm.com
Lee Turkey Farm is 54 acres nestled in the arms of suburbia. Hundreds of fruit trees and acres of vegetables all yours for the picking, and a market for people on the go looking for the freshest and most tasteful produce. Fall... Read More
Chester, NJ 908-879-5353 www.riamede.com
Riamede Farms is a 35 acres orchard with half of this acreage still nurturing big old seedling apple trees planted a half century ago. Riamede also has a large pumpkin field behind the orchard. The haywagon will drop you at the pumpkin field... Read More
Mahwah, NJ 201-529-2595 www.secorfarms.com
Secor Farms is a farm for all seasons! Enjoy your day with a hayride to our Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze. The hayride runs continuously, and tickets can be purchased inside our farm stand. The hayride takes you on a scenic ride of the farm, where... Read More
Mullica Hill, NJ 856-478-2500 www.moodsfarmmarket.com
Pumpkins: We grow small, large, and pie pumpkins. Pumpkins are available for sale in the market or for picking yourself. Corn Maze: At Mood's Farm Market, we have a fun corn maze. It only takes about 20 minutes, so don't panic! Pumpkin... Read More
Sewell, NJ 856-589-7090 www.duffieldsfarm.com
Enjoy Bushels of Fun at Duffield's Farm with your family. Fall Activities: Hayrides: Looking for fun, safe activities for you and your family? Why not take a drive out to our farm and enjoy a hayride in the country! Ride through our scenic... Read More
Lafayette, NJ 973-579-3893 www.idealfarmandgarden.net
Fall Family Fun at Ideal Farm and Garden! Our Garden Center is full of bright orange pumpkins, tall stalks of corn, and our hardy mums. We offer weekend hay rides to our famous Pumpkin Hollow where you and your family can pick your own pumpkins!... Read More
Chester, NJ 908-879-6593 www.hacklebarneyfarm.com
Hacklebarney Farm Cider Mill is located in beautiful Chester Township New Jersey. A popular destination for all ages. Hacklebarney Farm offers our own wood pressed apple cider and homemade baked goods made daily in our bakery located on our... Read More
Forked River, NJ 609-693-3513 www.argosfarm.com
Argos Farm Country Fun provide a complete family experience. Bring the whole family for a full day of fun as you challenge our winding, 4-acre Corn Maze and explore a variety of activities, festive foods, and the scenic Forked River farm... Read More
Marlboro, NJ 732-946-8885 www.hauntedcasola.com
4 Terrifying Attractions! One Location! Haunted Hayride of TERROR Take a Haunted Hayride into the back woods of New Jersey. People say they see and hear things that come alive. So maybe if you’re lucky you may see their shadows and hear the... Read More
East Windsor, NJ 609-758-7817 fieldofterror.com
The Field of Terror is New Jersey's Largest Haunted Attraction Farm. We own over 120 acres of preserved farmland where we host our annual Haunted Hayride, Field of Terror Cornmaze, and 2 walk-through attractions..The Unknown and Dementia.. as well... Read More
Rockaway, NJ 973-366-1220 www.streamlinecarwash.com
Streamline Haunted Car Wash is a one of a kind haunted experience where you stay in your car while going through our haunted tunnel. Imagine being stuck in your car with family and friends all while real life zombies and clowns try to get in. Your... Read More
Passaic, NJ 201-716-2827 brightonasylum.com
BRIGHTON ASYLUM, the legendary haunted asylum complex featured on The Today Show, Cake Boss, Buzzfeed, Nickelodeon, ABC, NBC, FOX, HLN, and media outlets all over the country, shut down in 1952 due to staff and patient disappearances, as well as... Read More
Orefield, PA 484-408-4888 lehighvalleyscreampark.com
HOLLOW OF HORROR HAYRIDE YOUR JOURNEY BEGINS ON A TRACTOR PULLED WAGON THROUGH 50 ACRES OF BACK WOODS FEAR AND TERRAIN LIKE NO OTHER. AS YOU START THE DECENT DOWN THE MOUNTAINSIDE, YOU WILL QUICKLY COME TO REALIZE THAT THERE IS NO OTHER HAYRIDE... Read More
Newtown, PA 215-860-6855 sleepyhollowhayride.com
Are you brave enough to experience all three of our terrifying attractions ? Capacity is limited so order online to guarantee admittance. Ride the SLEEPY HOLLOW HAYRIDE on a mile and a quarter trip through acres of dark woods and fields.... Read More
Passaic, NJ 201-716-2827 brightonasylum.com/the-bleeding-grounds
Journey through the staff quarters of Brighton Asylum, located on the abandoned 2nd floor of Brighton Asylum, closed in 1952, and re-opened in 2018 to the public! Find out why these elaborate quarters, where staff once worked, slept, researched,... Read More
Spring Grove, PA 717-225-4811 kimskrypt.com
Haunted Mill: Centuries old, its evil has grown massive and restless. Your life and your very soul may be at stake as you walk among the ashes of the DEAD in the stone basement. The cursed second floor is open once again for your screaming... Read More
Mullica Hill, NJ 856-223-1669 www.nightofterror.com
Night of Terror at Creamy Acres Farms The most fun you'll have, being scared! Attractions: The Ride of Terror The Harvest The Playground Dark Dreams Haunted Paintball Hayride - Celebrating 10 Years ! ... Read More
Wharton, NJ 862-244-4454 13thhour.com
13th Hour (Formerly known as The Haunted Scarehouse) features two Floors of Fear!! Regarded by Halloween enthusiasts as Jersey’s most original and innovative haunted attraction, 13th Hour features two floors of heart-stopping entertainment. Rooms... Read More
Mountville, PA 717-285-7748 www.fieldofscreams.com
When it comes to terrifying thrills and spine-tingling chills, Field of Screams in Lancaster, PA, will give you more than you can handle! Celebrating our 30th Season with four world-class Haunted Experiences and an impressive Midway Area, Field of... Read More
Hillsborough, NJ 908-371-COWS (2697) norzhillfarm.com/scare-farm
Scare Farm, formerly Creepy Hollow has three great haunts: Creepy Hollow, a walk through haunted corn trail; Paranoia, also a walk through haunted corn trail and the Slay Ride a Haunted Hay Ride. About the Attractions: The Creepy Hollow story... Read More
Flemington, NJ 908-782-2705 www.farmofhorrors.com
Spend 45 minutes making your way through 200+ acres of Fright. It starts with our Hair Raising Hayride that “Scares the YELL out of You”, then we let you off in the middle of nowhere for a Treacherous Trek through the “Trail of Terror”, then just... Read More
Hackettstown, NJ 973-942-4448 hayrideofhorrors.com
Come visit Corrados farm for a 45 minute haunted hayride through the woods..beware the creatures of the night..can you live through the cemetery of the walking dead...have snack with our wicked witches...hmmm that cyanide cider and homemade... Read More
Manalapan, NJ 732-977-3607 www.happydayfarmnj.com
This “New Jersey Grown” maze offers 10 acres and lots of games to entertain the whole family in Manalapan, NJ. Farm Admission price includes unlimited access to the following: 13 Acre Corn Maze Chicken Man Hayride Observation Bridge... Read More
Egg Harbor Township, NJ 609-927-2588 scullvillefire.org/hayride
Scullville Vol Fire Co Haunted Hayride and Maze - Celebrating 15 Years of Frightening Fun in South Jersey! The Terror in the Junkyard, Maze of Terror and Zombie Apocalypse Paintball are attractions operated by the members of the Scullville... Read More
Cream Ridge, NJ 609-758-8726 www.bullockfarms.com
Corn Maze: Explore our 4 1/2 acre corn maze in a challenging and fun adventure. Created on the side of a hill, wind your way through trails to find your way out of the maze. Climb the platform overlooking the 100 acre farm for beautiful scenic... Read More
East Brunswick, NJ 732-398-5261 houseofhorrorsnj.com
House of Horrors New Jersey. Haunted House: Our newly re-designed Haunted House featuring “Face Your Nightmares. Haunted Hayride: Take a ride on our Haunted Hayride Tractor as you get scared along a mysterious route... Read More
Vernon, NJ 973-764-5144 heavenhillfarm.com
The Largest Fall Festival in Northern Jersey. The Pumpkin Land Festival at Heaven Hill Farm offers a variety of country-style family entertainment for fall festival goers of all ages everyday from mid-September through October including Monday,... Read More
Manalapan, NJ 732-851-4400 www.mapleleaffarmnj.com
We have 20 Fall Fun events to enjoy. Hay Ride Corn Maze Pig Races Petting Zoo Goat Mountain Hay Maze Tiny Trike Track Sand Boxes BackHoe Play Yard Jumping Pony Pen Observation Bridge Photo-Ops Post Pounder Corn Tunnel Rubber Duck... Read More
Cherry Hill, NJ 856-424-8674 www.springdalefarms.com
Springdale Farm Market is Cherry Hill, NJ's Last Working Farm. Corn Maze: Have fun in our maze. Throughout the pathways of our maze, you will find pictures, clues, and games to make it fun and entertaining. Hayrides: Hayrides around the... Read More
Mendham, NJ 973-543-7789 www.middlevalleyfarms.com
In early fall, Middle Valley Farms conveniently located in Mendham, NJ, offers a wide variety of classic autumn fun. On the weekends in late September to the end of October, Middle Valley Farms is open to the public for a wonderful Fall... Read More
Hope, NJ 908-459-5351 longmeadowfarmnj.com
Started in 1993, Longmeadow Farm has 15 varieties of apples along with our pumpkins, honey and jams and jellies. During the pumpkin season, we offer hayrides to and from the pumpkin patch, which takes a long and winding path through Spook... Read More
Mullica Hill, NJ 856-223-1669 www.creamyacres.com
A Peaceful, Natural Place to spend family time...Down on the Farm, Life is Laid Back... Come enjoy some Hand dipped Ice Cream and visit the farm animals.. Field Of Fun – Saturdays Only The Creamy Acres Field of Fun is fun for families with young... Read More
Monroe Township, NJ 908-917-6388 habiak-farms.business.site
We are a U-Pick pumpkin patch. The farm as been in our family for more than 100 years and 4 generations. Although it has changed names multiple times the owners have stayed the same as the farm has been pasted down to the next generation. Pick... Read More
Morristown, NJ 973-425-9819 www.wightmansfarms.com
During the Fall Season Wightman's Farms market is decorated with corn stalks, Indian corn, squaw corn, gourds, all types of winter squash, hardy mums and many painted pumpkins. This is a fun season for families and children of all ages, with... Read More
Allamuchy, NJ 908-979-0303 www.tranquillityfarmsnj.com
Fall Fest Activities: Fall Fest is a great way to spend a day outside with your family and enjoy the beautiful surroundings! Pick pumpkins! Take a hayride to the field and pick the perfect pumpkin!–It is a great, scenic hayride and enjoy the... Read More
Princeton, NJ 609-924-2310 terhuneorchards.com
Come to Terhune Orchards for a day of family fun on the farm! What better way to celebrate fall than with Pick-Your-Own Apples and Pumpkins! Activities: Corn Maze Pony Rides Wagon Rides Corn Stalk Maze Hay Bale Maze Barnyard of Farm... Read More
Egg Harbor City, NJ 609-965-9300 www.fathersonfarm.com
Visit Sahl's Father Son Farm to indulge in a wide range of fun-filled activities for the entire family. Located in Galloway, NJ, we have activities for the entire family. Corn Maze: Try Out South Jersey's Largest Corn Maze Right Here in... Read More
Monroe Township, NJ 732-521-4843 www.etschfarms.com
Corn Maze: Our 8 Acre corn maze operates weekends in September through October. Get lost with your friends and family, but remember Corn Central is there to get you out. Enter through our yearly themed big bale creation and start on your path to... Read More
Ringoes, NJ www.everittfarm.com
Pumpkin Junction is a family run corn maze with pick your own pumpkins, hay rides, refreshments, and a petting zoo all waiting for you! Pumpkin Junction offers fun for all ages, a great Fall weekend activity for everyone! Activities: Corn... Read More
Somerset, NJ 732-496-0441 snyders-farm.com
Snyder's Farm is a family owned farmland preserved 80 acre farm. Bring the family for a fun day at the farm picking, bring a basket lunch and eat under the shade trees or stop by the produce stand for light refreshments while the kids enjoy some... Read More
Newton, NJ 973-579-5055 www.sussexcountystrawberryfarm.com
Sussex County Strawberry Farm opens it's gates for Pick-Your-Own Pumpkins the first week in October. At Sussex County Strawberry Farm we grow and sell a wide variety of pumpkins and what can be more fun than picking the perfect pumpkin for... Read More
Montville, NJ 973-400-9460 conklinupick.com
Haunted Hayrides at the Conklin Farm. Take a ride through the abandoned back lot of the pumpkin patch. Upon entering, you will encounter the old town farm freaks. These monsters are still around farming and living just as they were in the... Read More
Flemington, NJ 908-824-2479 doylesfarm.com
Doyle’s Farm, a sixth-generation family farm, is passionate about educating individuals on the importance of farming. Our goal is to acquaint our visitors with the vanishing heritage of farm living while producing products for the community.... Read More
New Egypt, NJ 609-758-8514 emerysfarm.com
Emery's Blueberry Farm is a 60 acre farm dedicated to growing Blueberries, Sunflowers, Pumpkins & two Corn Mazes. The Fall Season is a great time to visit Emery’s Farm. Awesome 5 acre Corn Maze with Who Dun-It???? Clue Game! Walk down the... Read More
Phillipsburg, NJ 877-872-4674 877trainride.com/pumpkintrain.htm
Delaware River Railroad Excursions offer many things to do throughout the year. Our trains include: Easter Bunny trains, Regular Season trains, Mine trains, Winery trains, A Day Out With Thomas, Corn Maze trains, The Great Pumpkin trains, and the... Read More
Monroeville, NJ 856-881-7775 themccannsfarm.com
Come for a day of fun on The Mccann Farm. Activities: Pick your own pumpkin Wagon Rides Pumpkin Patch Corn Maze Visit Farm Animals ... Read More
Clinton, NJ 908-735-4101 theredmill.org/haunted-red-mill
Ten acres of fright, in fact. Start your haunted journey at the upper quarry maze, then on to the terror trail, next is the hayride, then the river maze, and finally into the haunted red mill - exiting into the parking lot/ticket booth area. When... Read More
Hammonton, NJ 6093850809 www.witchcraftnj.com
WITCH CRAFT: A MYSTICAL ENCOUNTER WITH BROOS AND SPIRITS Prepare yourself for a true mystical Halloween experience with the producers of the beloved Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival. Returning this year on October 16th, at Paradise Lake... Read More
Lincroft, NJ 732-224-2411 brookdalehauntedtheater.com
Are you brave enough to take on the demented imaginations of our student’s minds? Designed, built and run by past and present students. This tormented trip through body parts, evil creatures and more will redefine “stage fright"..... Read More
ridgewood, NJ 6462835149
Home haunt. Zombie cemetary walkthrough. ... Read More
Blackwood, NJ 856-216-7130 x2 www.camdencounty.com/events
Do you like a good scare? Then join Camden County 4-H for their annual Haunting in Blackwood. This year’s Haunting returns as a Haunted Walk in and around the Camden County Office of Sustainability at 508 Lakeland Road and will even include a walk... Read More
Browns Mills, NJ fearintheforest.weebly.com
Fear in the Forest is unlike anything you have ever experienced. There are real trails leading through hundreds of trees, and real swamps. You will pass mine shafts and actual dungeons filled with demons and ghouls. The haunted forest is outdoors,... Read More
Lake Hopatcong, NJ 973-663-8404
Jefferson Township Haunted House is an annual community-run Halloween event that began in 1988 and is held in Lake Hopatcong, NJ. The Jefferson Township Haunted House returns for two nights only!!! Children's Matinee Scary Show All... Read More
Cranford, NJ 908-272-3743 www.jcas.org
The Great Pumpkin Carve Out is a carved pumpkin contest that will be held in Hanson Park - Cranford. The contest is open to all ages with awards given for funniest, scariest, and most original in age groups 4-8, 9-16 and 17-adult. Drop off your... Read More
Schedule, Ticket & Visit Info
Cutting edge haunted house 2023 halloween season schedule – open dates and times:.
- Tickets required for entry.
- Please check our calendar above, if available, for our current open dates and times.
- A link will be provided to buy tickets online when available.
- Our closing time means: The park closes when last time slot STARTS. If you purchase tickets for the FINAL TIME SLOT, you must arrive BEFORE THE TIME SLOT STARTS or the park will be closed.
- Dates and times are subject to change; Please check back frequently.
- Group sales options will be provided on our ticket link, if available.
- Parking ranges from $15-$20.
- Parking lots close 15 mins prior to show close.
- Gates close 15 mins after final time slot opens.
OPEN RAIN OR SHINE
See our weather page for specific severe weather announcements.
Reservations are limited. Buy early to secure your visit.
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09/30/23: 8pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS 10/06/23: 8pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/07/23: 7:30pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/13/23: 7:30pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/14/23: 7:30pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/20/23: 7:30pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/21/23: 7pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/26/23: 8pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/27/23: 7pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/28/23: 7pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/30/23: 8pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 10/31/23: 7pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS* 11/04/23: 8:30pm – Closes when last time slot STARTS*
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All Halloween Horror Nights Houses, Scare Zones and Shows Confirmed – Including 6 Original Houses for 2022
Universal Orlando has now confirmed all 10 haunted houses, 5 scare zones, and 2 shows for Halloween Horror Nights 31 at Universal Studios Florida.
This year’s event will feature 6 original houses, in addition to the 4 houses that have already been announced: The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare , The Horrors of Blumhouse , Universal Monsters: Legends Collide , and Halloween .
The event runs on select nights from September 2nd through October 31st. See the full list of haunted houses, scare zones, and shows below, along with official details and images.
This year’s event will host 10 haunted houses, including 6 originals. Originals are houses that are not based on existing intellectual properties, (but they may contain Halloween Horror Nights original characters and settings).
Here are all of the official listings and images for this year’s haunted houses:
The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare
For the first time ever, multi award-winning artist The Weeknd joins forces with Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights to inspire an all-new, terrifying haunted house based on his record-breaking “After Hours” album. With the eerie sounds of the hit album reverberating throughout the experience, guests will step into a surreal living nightmare in “The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare” – filled with grotesque characters and themes inspired by the artist’s music and short films.
John Carpenter’s classic 1978 slasher film Halloween returns to Halloween Horror Nights in a terrifying haunted house – “Halloween” – where guests come face-to-face with the merciless Michael Myers. As guests make their way through his dilapidated home and chilling moments from the film, they’ll narrowly dodge attacks from the knife-wielding Myers as he stalks their every move.
The Horrors of Blumhouse
Two horror masterpieces come to life in “The Horrors of Blumhouse.” Guests will find themselves trapped between a frantic teen and the ruthless serial killer she’s swapped bodies with in Freaky . Then, they’ll try to make a desperate escape from the dark basement of The Grabber’s “fun” house before they become his latest victim in the terrifying The Black Phone .
Universal Monsters: Legends Collide
Universal Pictures’ most notorious horror icons, The Wolf Man, Dracula and The Mummy, come together for the first time ever in the all-new “Universal Monsters: Legends Collide” haunted house. Guests will get caught in the middle of a bloodthirsty battle between the terrifying trio as they hunt to find the amulet that will break their curse – and they’ll destroy anyone who gets in their way.
Spirits of the Coven
Guests will be invited to a lively 1920s speakeasy, but something sinister is brewing beneath in “Spirits of the Coven.” A coven of seemingly beautiful flapper witches will lure those who enter into a hidden brewing area. Once they’ve ensnared their victims, they’ll reveal their haggish true form and turn guests into a witch’s brew. They’ll be cackling; everyone else will be screaming.
Bugs: Eaten Alive
While touring a 1950s home of the future, guests will be swarmed by hordes of revolting insects after a pest control system failure unleashes them. Many-legged horrors, growing, mutating and laying eggs in human hosts will worm their way into the deepest of fears. Those who dare enter will be dropping like flies in “Bugs: Eaten Alive.”
Fiesta de Chupacabras
The mountains of Latin America are filled with many wonderful traditions. In one tiny village, they pay tribute to the legendary creature Chupacabras with an annual fiesta. In “Fiesta de Chupacabras,” there’s more to the legend than meets the eye. And in this colorful village, the streets are lined with the crimson blood of visitors.
They too do time for their crimes. In “Hellblock Horror,” guests will have to survive visiting hours in a secret penitentiary that houses treacherous monsters and fiends of all kinds that are hell bent on taking over and destroying the world. The interdimensional power core containing the inmates has failed and the monsters are breaking out of their cells, allowing them easy access to guests, and the exit.
Dead Man’s Pier: Winter’s Wake
There’s nothing charming about this ghostly New England fishing village. A phantom sea captain is summoning undead fishermen from their watery grave, a grisly crew with rotting, barnacle-encrusted bodies. Guests may have escaped their hooks in the “Dead Man’s Wharf” scare zone in 2016 – now they’d better batten down the hatches before they’re reeled in and drug under in “Dead Man’s Pier: Winter’s Wake.”
Descendants of Destruction
Deep in the subway tunnels below an abandoned, toxic city, mutated humans fight for survival in “Descendants of Destruction.” The deeper one goes, the darker their fate. In the fading light of the poisoned depths, hideous creatures who’ve long ago left their humanity behind prey on all who try to make their way through the darkness.
You’ll find these 5 scare zones spread around the park, taking over entire streets, making it so that nowhere is safe.
Horrors of Halloween
The Pumpkin Lord, the spirit of Halloween, has returned to take over this year’s event, summoning hordes of fiendish creatures including demons, ghosts and witches. Terror has taken root.
Scarecrow: Cursed Soil
At an abandoned farm, scarecrow sentinels have risen from the crust of the earth to hunt souls and seek revenge. They’ll harvest the screams of those who dare enter this dilapidated barn.
The sweets from Major Sweets’ candy company have turned these 1950s kids into crazed killers. With pint-sized costumed maniacs roaming the streets, Halloween will be a night of trick or treat mayhem.
Graveyard: Deadly Unrest
On All Hallow’s Eve, a dark storm descends upon a cemetery and awakens long-dead spirits. These specters rise from their graves to capture souls for all eternity. No one living can escape them.
Conjure the Dark
An evil sorceress has entered twisted stone ruins and called forth monstrosities from dark dimensions. This Halloween, blood will feed her army of the night.
This year will see the return of a live show at the former Fear Factor Live stage, as well as new show on the park’s central lagoon.
Halloween Nightmare Fuel Wildfire
The show that sparked a firestorm last year is ablaze with a new nightmare. The pyro and aerial performers are back to reignite your fears. This show features the world-famous performance group, The Fuel Girls – highlighting a new Dreamer in the depths of a new nightmare set to a heart-pounding metal, rock and electronica score.
Ghoulish! A Halloween Tale
As darkness falls, a ghost story becomes reality as guests go beyond the grave in a spectacularly spooky show on Universal Studios’ lagoon, featuring huge water screens and sinister music. This show will be set to eerily-remixed music by some of today’s most iconic artists.
HHN Tribute Store 2022
For the first time ever, the scares taking root in the streets of Universal Studios Florida will bleed into the theme of the Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store with a collection of incredibly detailed environments inspired by the iconic Halloween haunts featured throughout the event.
Guests will shop the latest Halloween Horror Nights merchandise and treats as they venture through a Pumpkin Patch, Cemetery and Witch’s Cottage – eventually making their way to the final room – an elaborate Halloween festival set in the same town as the store’s neighboring scare zone, “Sweet Revenge.”
Event Dates and Tickets
This year’s Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando will run from September 2nd through October 31st in 2022, on select nights. All ticket options and RIP/Unmasking the Horror tours are currently available for sale, as well as Express passes and scareactor dining.
Single-Night tickets can be purchased from the official website , starting at $73.99 per person, plus tax, depending on the date.
Rush of Fear Pass is available for $129.99 per person, plus tax. That multi-night ticket allows you to experience the first 17 event nights, and includes the following dates: Sept. 2-4, 7-11, 15-18, 21-25
Frequent Fear Pass is available for $179.99 per person, plus tax. That multi-night ticket gets you 27 nights, every Sunday through Thursday plus the first weekend, and includes the following dates: Sept. 2-4, 7-8, 11, 15, 18, 21-22, 25, 28-29 | Oct. 2, 5-6, 9, 12-13, 16, 19-20, 23, 26-27, 30-31
Frequent Fear Plus Pass costs $219.99 per person, plus tax and includes even more dates, up to 36 nights: Sept. 2-4, 7-9, 11, 15-16, 18, 21-23, 25, 28-30 | Oct.2, 5-7, 9, 12-14, 16, 19-21, 23, 26-31
Ultimate Frequent Fear Pass is $324.99 per person, plus tax, and allows you entry into every night of the event, plus free parking after 5pm.
See all ticket options and add-ons on the official website .
In addition to event tickets, Express passes, and select tours, you can also purchase a Scream Early Ticket and Scareactor Dining.
Scream Early Ticket costs $35 per person, plus tax, and gets you entry into Universal Studios Florida from 3-5 pm. At 5 pm you’ll wait in a Stay & Scream area until the event begins. (You do not require this ticket if you already have entry into the theme park during day, either from a regular theme park ticket or an annual pass.)
Scareactor Dining Experience is $54.99 per person, plus tax, but has been moved to Louie’s Italian Restaurant this year, as the Monsters Cafe has closed permanently to be transformed into a new dining location. Scareactor dining includes a themed dinner buffet, special scareactor photo opportunities, and a digital download of a photo taken during the dining experience.
Learn more and purchase your add-on tickets from the official website .
Be sure to stay tuned for our review of the event after opening weekend next month, as well as more theme park news from around Universal Orlando as it happens!
Be sure to check out the full line of Halloween Horror Nights inspired candles and wax melts from Souvenir Scents . They offer classics like HHN Fog, as well as ones based on the Krampus house, Scarecrow, and Yeti! Use promo code PARKSTOP to save 15% of your entire order at SouvenirScents.com .
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Enter if you dare: Haunted attractions around Nashville for all levels of horror
Calling all foolish mortals: The season for spooky, but fun, haunts is upon us.
Halloween wouldn't be complete without testing the limits of your phobias. Some people choose to do that chasing ghosts, others in controlled environments where they have a say in how scared they get.
Nashville and the surrounding counties have plenty of safe options for haunted attractions this Halloween season.
Your level of fright may very.
Nashville: The Beast House
3976 Dickerson Pike , Nashville
Marketed as "Nashville's real haunted house," the Beast House offers several attractions in one convenient location — the dilapidated estate of Isaac Kechem.
"You are walking amidst the horrific past and feeling it first-hand — seeing the original burnt-out fireplaces, smelling the must of this 125-year-old home and sensing for yourself the one-of-a-kind evil that once-lived within," according to their website.
Legend says Kechem built the estate in the early 1890s but by the end of the decade had killed his entire family before setting his barn on fire and hanging himself.
There are four attractions on site: the Beast House, a haunted house experience; Chaos, a labyrinth of "fear, torture, desperation and slaughter"; the Beast Jump, a terrifying free-fall jump from the roof of the home; and the infamous Beast Challenge, where you get your money back if you complete all three trials.
Waivers are required for some of the attractions.
The Beast House opened Sept. 23, and tickets start at $27 for general admission.
Madison: Nashville Nightmare
1016 Madison Square, Madison
Halloween lives here.
Nashville Nightmare is a four-attraction event with escape room add-ons and a bar for the 21-and-up crowd.
Inside you'll have to survive an alien outbreak, a prom queen who's "dying" to have the best night of her life, a gifted storyteller sure to pull you into their tale, and a blood-thirsty matron.
"Warning! Event may be too intense for children 12 and under," the website says.
Tickets are on sale now, starting at $30 for general admission.
Spring Hill: Creepy Hollow Woods
2133 Joe Brown Road, Spring Hill
Looking for something that's not all blood and gore? Creepy Hollow Woods may be the place for you.
This year's attractions include the Trails of Terror, where you'll wander down the dimly lit trails and come face-to-face with frights.
"What is creepier than walking through a foggy cemetery where crumbling headstones cast shadows across your path?" the website says. "The sound of chainsaws and screams echoing in the night send shivers down your spine."
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This haunt also takes you through the Halls of Horror, where a fortune teller warns of a deadly fate. You can end your night in the Zombie Maze, where "even the bravest of souls" are challenged.
The woods opened Sept. 29, and tickets are $30 per person.
Lebanon: Dead Land
7040 Murfreesboro Road, Lebanon
Established in 2009, Dead Land offers three outdoor, unguided attractions in the dark woods, with many scare actors along the way.
Returning this year is the CarnEvil: A Festival of Terror , a traipse through a troupe of circus performers "who prove terror is not all fun and games."
Visitors will make their way through the Portal into a collection of scary tales and story book horrors before they check into the Lodge.
"The Lodge has been abandoned, yet you can still check in," the attraction says. "But you will never check out!"
Dead Land opened Sept. 22 and tickets can be bought onsite, starting at $40 for passes to all three attractions.
Gallatin: The Gallatin Ghost Walk
If you're looking for something a little slower paced, the Gallatin Ghost Walk may be right for you.
The walk promises "history and mystery on the most haunted public square in America," according to their website.
"From spine-tingling tales of the hauntings tied to the tumultuous history of the Gallatin public square to ghosts, apparitions, mysterious orbs and flying cryptids in locations across Sumner County, our area is pushing the envelope of the paranormal," according to the tour.
Tours begin again Friday, Oct. 13. Call or text 615-512-5229 to reserve a spot.
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Race the clock: Your group enters a room and has only 5 minutes to use clues and riddles hidden throughout the room that provide the tools necessary to meet the objective.
As the clock ticks down and the pressure mounts…can you stay calm, can you escape?
Enter anytime during haunted house operational hours. Subject to waiting in the Mini Room Escape queue line, wait times vary. Limited Capacity. Admits one person into one Mini Escape Room attraction.
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Zombie Apocalypse Live is a zombie shooting experience featuring live actors and utilizing GellyBall Guns. GellyBall is a new game that uses an electric pistol, similar to an airsoft pistol, that shoots an 8mm colored water balloon, allowing for a much lighter impact and no permanent mess.
Gellyball is completely safe, as it’s much smaller than a traditional paintball. Guests will be required to wear protective eyewear, provided at no extra charge, and will be in a shooting range-style booth shooting into a zombie apocalypse simulator with live actor zombies.
Your experience will last approximately 5 minutes, where you will receive one hopper with 700 rounds of GellyBalls. See you at the range!
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Top 13 places in Russia where you may face a ghost
1. Kusovnikov House in Moscow
In the 19 th century house № 17 on Myasnitskaya street in central Moscow was inhabited by a rich, but very greedy couple – Pyotr and Sofya Kusovnikov, who scrimped on almost everything. Extremely suspicious, they used to hide money from their servants in different places. Once they hid some in the fireplace, but the janitor accidentally burned it when lighting the fire. When she found out, Sofya died instantly of a broken heart, her husband passed away a little later. Since then, the ghost of a hunched old man in a coat has routinely appeared on the street near the house – this is Pyotr Kusovnikov mourning his lost money.
2. Sokol metro station
During WWI, not far from the modern Sokol station of the Moscow metro, a cemetery for fallen soldiers was located. In 1918, mass executions of White officers and priests by the Reds were held there. All this led to the appearance of ghosts in the dark tunnels of the station. Early in the morning diaphanous figures with festering wounds can be seen there.
3. St. Michael’s Castle in St. Petersburg
This castle was a royal residence built by order of Tsar Paul I. On March 21, 1801, he was killed there by a group of conspirators. It is considered that the restless spirit of the tsar was unable to leave the castle. It appears there in the corridors with a burning candle in its hand.
4. Znamenskaya Tower in Yaroslavl
During the Civil War in Russia (1917-1922), a group of White troops held positions in the Volkovsky theater in Yaroslavl. The Red commissar in command of the siege promised to spare their lives. However, he lied and all the Whites were executed at the Znamenskaya Tower. Since then, the ghost of the commissar who didn’t keep his promise has been seen at the place of his crime.
5. Igumnov House in Moscow
The house at 43 Bolshaya Yakimanka Street in Moscow, also known as “Igumnov House,” serves today as the residence of the French ambassador. It was built at the request of the industrialist Nikolay Igumnov in the late 19 th century. He settled his young mistress here, but one day caught her with a lover. The lover was kicked out, but the girl was never seen again. It is believed that the outraged Igumnov bricked her up in a wall. During Soviet times, people often saw the ghost of a young girl walking through the walls with deep, plaintive sighs.
6. House of Rasputin in St. Petersburg
The flat on the second floor at 64 Gorokhovaya street in St. Petersburg is today a usual residential apartment. However, in the early 20th century it was home to one of the most mystical figures in Russian history – Grigory Rasputin. His ghost sometimes appears here, scaring inhabitants with its clunking steps and grunting in dark corners.
7. House on the Embankment
This house at 2 Serafimovicha Street, simply known as “House on Embankment,” is among the most famous in the Russian capital, known as the place of residence for the Soviet crème de la crème : writers, artists, actors, generals, athletes. However, it also has a dark history. During the Great Purge, a campaign of political repressions in the USSR, dozens of the house’s inhabitants were arrested and executed. Today, the house is full of the ghosts of those victims, who sometimes appear in their old dwelling place.
8. Tower of the old hospital in Ryazan
Among the high-rise modern buildings at 15 Gorky Street in Ryazan is an old tower – all that remains of the old hospital. At night, a lonely dark figure can be seen walking in this tower. This is the ghost of Alexander Smitten, who administered the hospital more than a century ago.
9. Griboyedov Canal in St. Petersburg
During a misty night in March, one can see the ghost of a young girl near the Griboyedov Canal in St. Petersburg. Her face is blue because of asphyxiation, and there is a big red mark on her neck caused by a rope. This is famous revolutionary Sophia Perovskaya, who assassinated Tsar Alexander II and was hanged for her deed. To meet this ghost is a bad omen, and can cost nocturnal pedestrians their lives.
10. Nizhny Novgorod Kremlin
There is a legend that when the Kremlin in Nizhny Novgorod was being built, the constructors were unable to finish one of the towers. It kept falling down. In the end, they decided to make a sacrifice and to build the tower on the blood of the first person who passed by. It happened to be a pregnant woman hurrying to the river for water. She was seized and bricked up in the tower alive. The ghost of a pale woman holding a baby has appeared near this place ever since.
11. Oldenburg Palace near Voronezh
Built in the late 19th century, the palace belonged to Princess Eugenia of Leuchtenberg. Today her ghost rises from the deep casemates of the palace to wander through its rooms and corridors. There is also another ghost there, much older — the ghost of a young peasant girl. It is even said that Princess Eugenia saw it when she was alive.
12. Stalin’s country house near Sochi
Stalin’s ghost can be seen at his country house, located today within the Green Groove hotel near Sochi. The “father of the nations” walks in his white jacket, smoking his trademark pipe.
13. Psychiatric hospital near Nizhny Novgorod
Near the modern psychiatric hospital in the village of Lyakhovo near Nizhny Novgorod, one can see an abandoned old building. Several dozen years ago a young girl hanged herself there because of unrequited love. At night it is possible to see a white silhouette and hear the moaning and cries of the “love-stricken schoolgirl” as the locals call her.
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