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DCHauntedHouses.com - Attractions Still Delivering Scares this Weekend!

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Halloween has come and gone but tons of Haunted Attractions throughout Washington DC are still celebrating by stirring up some serious scares this weekend. From traditional walk-through haunted houses, to haunted trails and zombie attractions, there's still a whole lot of scary-good fun to be had. Check out what's open below and be sure to end the Halloween Season off right!

And don't forget to come back and visit DCHauntedHouses.com after your haunting adventure to leave a review for the haunted attraction to let them and other locals know all about your experience!

Kim's Krypt Haunted Mill
Spring Grove, PA
Open Friday 11/3, Saturday 11/4 and Sunday 11/5
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.
Laurel's House of Horror
Laurel, MD
Open Friday 11/3 and Saturday 11/4
Baltimore / Washington's newest haunted attraction. Walk through a theater filled with the most terrifying scenes from your favorite horror movies!
Escape the Movies Escape Room
Laurel, MD
Open Friday 11/3, Saturday 11/4, Sunday 11/5 and 9 other dates
Laurel's House of Horror, a haunted complex built inside an abandoned movie theater, presents Maryland's newest attractions: 'Escape the Movies' and “Nightmare at the Movies” escape rooms.
301 Devil's Playground
Galena, MD
Open Saturday 11/4
Three terrifying haunted attractions in one horrifying place: 301 Devil's Playground bring's you the Barn of Torture, House of Hell and the Zombie Paintball Ride!
Field of Screams
Olney, MD
Open Friday 11/3 and Saturday 11/4
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 11/3, Saturday 11/4, Sunday 11/5 and 20 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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