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🎃Horror Awaits As Washington DC Thrill Seekers Celebrate Heart of the Halloween Season🎃

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The weekend is almost here which means haunt goers will be getting their dose of scares by visiting haunted attractions. There's an endless amount of seasonal entertainment taking place throughout Washington DC, from horror-themed escape games, spooky haunted trails and mazes full of terrifying twists and turns, to family-friendly fun for everyone. Don't miss out on what's taking place!

After visiting an attraction, be sure to come back and visit https://www.dchauntedhouses.com to leave a review and rating. By doing this, locals will help the haunt be in the running for the 2019 Haunt of the Year!

Haunted Hill Haunted Trail and Hayride
Partlow, VA
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12 and 4 other dates
Enjoy more scares and screams on a longer trial, haunted hay ride, mazes, houses and so much more! Trail is intense - please read the website warnings.
Kim's Krypt Haunted Mill
Spring Grove, PA
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12, Sunday 10/13 and 10 other dates
Kim’s Krypt Haunted Mill in PA, is nestled on 64+ acres located in Spring Grove, PA. Kim Yates purchased this haunt in August of 2014 after falling in love with this old world haunt’s atmosphere.
CornStalker's Trail of Terror
Waldorf, MD
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12 and 8 other dates
Attractions – We are having 2 attractions for our 2019 season! Our main attraction, the “Trail of Terror” consists of over 9,000 sq ft of non-stop twists and turns through cornstalk trails, narrow dark hall ways and terrifying rooms!
Jason's Woods
Lancaster, PA
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12, Sunday 10/13 and 8 other dates
You’ve been on a hayride, experienced a motion simulator…now try…IMT!!! Witness the mind-blowing, breathtaking thrills and chills of INTERGRATED MOTION TECHOLOGY (IMT), ONLY at JASON”S WOODS!
Station 7 Terror Trail
Gambrills, MD
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12 and 6 other dates
A family friendly haunt with activities for everyone. We have a scary Terror trail recommended for 8 years and older and offer activities for younger children at the ticket booth and families can enjoy our Boo Haunt loop - geared for those under 8 years old.
Laurel's House of Horror
Laurel, MD
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12, Sunday 10/13 and 11 other dates
Laurel’s House of Horror is Maryland’s scariest haunted house attraction, built inside of an abandoned movie theater. The Haunted House is open every year for select dates from September – November for the Halloween season.
Haunted Nightmares
Winchester, VA
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12, Sunday 10/13 and 10 other dates
Haunted Nightmares is an intense, high energy haunted attraction that uses the latest technology available to the haunt industry.
Shocktober
Leesburg, VA
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12, Sunday 10/13 and 8 other dates
Welcome to Shocktober’s Carlheim Manor and its basement, Carnival of Souls. Carlheim Manor is Northern Virginia’s only REAL Haunted House and the best destination for Halloween entertainment in Leesburg, Virginia and the DC area.
The Nevermore Haunt
Baltimore, MD
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12 and 11 other dates
Encounter grim visions dredged from the past and creatures so terrifying they defy description at Baltimore’s most terrifying and unique haunted attraction.
American Scream Selfie Museum
McLean, VA
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12, Sunday 10/13 and 15 other dates
American Scream is a brand new, interactive selfie museum dedicated to all things Halloween! You will come face to face with colorful characters, creatures, and selfie-worthy sets only before seen on screen.
Field of Screams
Olney, MD
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12, Sunday 10/13 and 11 other dates
The Field of Screams offers four terrifying attractions! Haunted Trail:The Haunted Trail is 13 stations of Campground fears that wind you through the haunted forest of Field of Screams Maryland!
Ghost & Graveyard Tours
Alexandria, VA
Open Friday 10/11, Saturday 10/12, Sunday 10/13 and 32 other dates
You’ll follow an 18th century costumed guide by lantern light through the charming streets of Alexandria’s historic district known as Old Town.

       

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