Guide to Haunted Houses in New England

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Photo by Kevin Nakagawa via Flickr

Haunted house are Halloween’s most loved traditions. New England has lots of haunts to explore, with varying degree of scare factor. As you move through the house, you will never know what is expecting you in the next room – it could be a hungry zombie, killer clown or a psychotic doctor. Prepare to scream out loud as you soak up the shudder of fear creeping up your spine.

Some haunted houses are even kid-friendly that you can take your kids along to a great Halloween scare experience. The not-so-scary days usually falls in the weekends. So please check out the particular Haunt’s schedule to make sure that you head there on those days. You can have more fun by checking out haunts that offer extra Halloween activities such as Spook Walks, Pick Your Own Pumpkins, Hay Wagon Rides, and Corn Mazes. No Halloween is complete without attending the annual Fall Festival which is full of fun activities and live entertainment for the whole family. Enjoy a weekend of family fun with costume parades, delicious fall treats, live music, face painting, and jack-o-lantern.

Photo by Jason Short via Flickr

Photo by Jason Short via Flickr

Haunted Houses Near New England

I♥Halloween hopes that you have found the ideal New England Haunted House attraction to feed your appetite for fright this Halloween season!

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Photo by Lee Cannon via Flickr

Nearby New England Haunted Attractions

Experienced a Haunted House in New England? Tell us about your experience so we can let visitors know what they can expect. If you own or operate a Haunted House and want to be published in this directory please use this contact form to get in touch.

All information on this page was believed to be accurate at the time it was posted. Always call before you go and please report any inaccuracies.

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