Who is ready for a spooky good time? Haunted attractions are popping up in Maryland to give you and your family a fun scary experience for 2019! Check out our list below of haunted houses and hayrides in the area you do not want to miss.
301 Devil’s Playground
13335 Alexander Road, Galena, MD 21635
At this Kent County attraction, you’ll find the Barn of Torture, along with 3-D Phobia and House of Hell! Open October 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26 and November 2. Guests are admitted in line till 10 PM. Tickets are $25, and there’s a $10 Hell Pass to skip the line. Music, food, and merchandise available. There is no ATM on site.
Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds Halloween Happening
1450 Generals Highway, Crownsville, MD 21032
Are you brave enough to face your fears at the Anne Arundel County Fair’s 30th annual Halloween Happening? The $15 admission gains you entry to the Haunted Barn, which then leads to the Haunted Maze, and finally you can board the Haunted Hayride! Children 6 and under are Free. Dates open: October 11th, 12th, 13th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 25th, 26th, and 26th. The attraction is open 7 PM to 10 PM on Fridays and Saturdays, and 7 PM to 9 PM on Sundays!
Bedlam in the Boro
4224 Main Street, Lineboro, MD 21102
Located in Carroll County, this attraction includes a haunted hayride, House of Horror, a Kids Zone. Proceeds benefit the Lineboro Volunteer Fire Department. This attraction runs every Friday and Saturday in October. Tickets vary from $8 for a child under 8 to take the hayride to $25 for adults who want to see all the attractions and skip the line. Regular admission is $18 for an adult combo ticket.
7875 Eastpoint Mall, Dundalk, MD 21224
Located near Baltimore, there are several haunted attractions included with the Bennett’s Curse admission. With Inferno in 3-D, guests will be given 3-D glasses upon entering the gates of hell before facing a host of demons. Additional attractions include Underworld Haunted House, Legends of Halloween, and Ravenbrook Asylum. Tickets are $35 for general admission, $45 for the speed pass (wait no longer than 45 minutes) and $60 for VIP (next available in line). Attraction open various dates. Cash only at Box Office.
CornStalkers Trail of Terror
1765 St. Linus Drive, Waldorf, MD 20602
Over in Charles County, this attraction features two experiences for the 2019 season. The 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! The second attraction, “THE ASY⅃UM” comes to life as promised, with over 2,400 sq ft of heart pounding terror! The attraction is open Fridays and Saturdays, with select Thursdays and Sundays, from 7:30 PM to 10 or 11 PM. Ticket prices range from $15 to $36.
Ellicott City Haunted House
3655 Church Road, Ellicott City, MD 21043
The Ellicott City Haunted House is only open October 25 and 26! Children under 12 are not permitted. Guests will “transport” back to 1819, where children keep going missing in Ellicott Mills, and experience The “Milltown Massacre”! The attraction is $10 a guest.
Field of Screams Maryland
4501 Olney-Laytonsville Road, Olney MD, 20832
Field of Screams features two terrifying trails in the Haunted Forest, as well as a tour of the Evil Slaughterhouse. Guest can purchase a ticket to one attraction for $20.56 or a thrill package for all five attractions for $48.60. It is $18.69 extra for the fast pass to skip the line and $10 to play the carnival games, like zombie brain smash or ax throwing. This attraction is open every Friday and Saturday through November 2, along with select Thursdays and Sundays.
Fort Howard Haunted Dungeons
9500 North Point Road, Fort Howard, Maryland 21052
Based in Fort Howard Park, this attraction benefits the Edgemere-Sparrows Point Recreation Council. Guests who dare may check out the Fort dungeons and learn about the historic battle of 1812. Tickets are $17. Open dates include October 11th, 12th, 18th, 19th, 25th, 26th, and November 1st. Food and hot chocolate available.
Howard County Haunted Experience
6105 Rockburn Branch Park Road (West), Elkridge, MD 21075
This spooky haunted hayride, taking you through eerie trails deep into the woods, is open October 18, 19, 25, and 26. Tickets for ages 7 and older are $10 person (a Happy Haunted Hayride geared towards kids ages 2-7 is offered on Sundays). The Haunted Experience is open from 7 PM to 10 PM.
Laurel’s House of Horror
935 Fairlawn Ave, Laurel, MD 20707
This Haunted House attraction is located in an abandoned movie theater and offers a separate Escape Room attraction, which is in a shopping center. Tickets are generally $25, and there’s a speed pass to bypass the line for $40. Their Lights Out “Blackout” nights are Thursdays, October 17 and 24th. Each group will be given one glow stick for light!
Legends of the Fog
500 Carsins Run Road, Aberdeen, MD 21001
Admission gains you entry to four attractions: a haunted hayride; the Cornstalkers haunted corn maze; The Farewell Hotel; and the Sinister Circus! Tickets are $30, and a fast pass is available for $10 to $15 depending on the day.
Mago Vista Haunted Trail
327 Buena Vista Avenue, Arnold, MD 21012
Mago Vista’s Haunted trail will be open Halloween night (Thursday) and the following Friday and Saturday (11/1-11-2). Admission is FREE, but donations are being accepted for Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.), which assists families of police officers who have died in the line of duty. The attraction will be open from dusk to 10:30 PM.
Markoff’s Haunted Forest
19120 Martinsburg Road, Dickerson, MD, 20842
Guests will venture along a haunted trail, to which they then take the shuttle to the haunted town, filled with a spooky church, butcher shop, jail and more. Bonfires are burning on site. Ticket prices vary from $25 to $35 for a trail pass to $45 to $65 for a combo pass. Eating at one of five Poolesville area restaurants will allow people to upgrade to a “fast pass” for $5 a ticket. This attraction opens at 7 PM. Guests must be in parking lot by 9:30 PM or 10:30 PM (depending on night) to gain entry to the attraction.
The Nevermore Haunt
450 Mott Street, Baltimore, MD 21202
The historically themed Nevermore Haunt features bizarre creatures and terrifying visions of the past, not for the faint of heart. There’s a rotating sideshow at the front of the house plus free parking with security. Big Mamma’s Heart and Soul’s concession are available, along with Evolution Craft Brewing on tap. Food trucks will be on site on select days. Tickets vary from $22 to $56, depending on the day. No children under 4 feet tall, and no children under 16 years old permitted without an adult.
8778 Jordan Road, Fairplay, MD 21733
This Washington County atrraction is open Fridays and Saturdays from 7 PM to 11 PM. Admission of $30 gains you access to four attractions: Haunted Hayride, Carnival of Souls, Manor House, and Dark Corn Maze.
Six Flags America Fright Fest
13710 Central Ave, Bowie, MD 20721
Fright Fest is back for select days through November 3 at Six Flags America. It’s a spooky time of year as zombies and ghouls take over the park! Enjoy thrills and activities for the whole family throughout the day and come back for a truly frightening evening of fun after the sun goes down. Six haunted houses are included in admission. Ticket prices start at $42.99.
Station 7 Terror Trail
2380 Davidsonville Road Gambrills, MD
This family friendly haunt features activities for everyone. There is a scary Terror Trail recommended for 8 years and older, and a Boo Haunt Loop geared for those under the age of 8. A scavenger hunt and face painting are new additions for 2019, and food trucks will be on site. Tickets are $25 for the Terror Trail, and $8 for the Boo Haunt Loop. All proceeds from the Haunted Trail go to the Arundel Volunteer Fire Department.
Which Haunted Attraction are you most excited to check out?
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