Halloween Musts Haunted Houses and Corn Mazes in Seattle - Kid 101

Halloween Musts Haunted Houses and Corn Mazes in Seattle

Nile Nightmares Haunted House

This October, make a point of visiting the Nile Nightmares Haunted House for some really scary and wonderful time. The address of this destination is 6601 244th Street SW, Montlake Terrace, WA 98043, USA. The ghoulish atmosphere and the spirit of the dead haunts this house and the feeling is frightening. Some of the major attractions lined up for you this month are Ballinger Asylum, The Doll House, The Curse of the Nile, the 3D Circus, The Imperium, and the Ice Station 13. If you consider yourself brave enough, then start the tour at the Curse of the Nile where you have to outwit the Pharaoh hunting for the lost souls. The tomb and the Ballinger Asylum have your name printed on the cell. The Imperium, the Doll House and the 3D Circus are simply hell on earth.

Where: 6601 244th St SW, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043, USA

Charges: $22 for general admission, $30 for VIP Pass.

Contacts: +1 206-303-7675


Georgetown Morgue Haunted House       

With the aura of death filling the air, the Georgetown Morgue is a chilling facility where tales of death are common stories. With the thousands of cremations and funeral preparations, the haunting spirit of death hangs in the air and you will be frightened even with nothing to scare you. The haunted house is fun and scary. As the new assistant mortician, you get to work with this creepy mortician who has hinted you might be the job. You cannot leave as the scary boss has locked you inside the morgue. It then hits you that you are not just to work but also to be worked on. Escape is the only option, but can you? The Seattle Escape Games is a thrill and a blast!

Address: 5000 E Marginal Way S Seattle, WA 98134

Contacts: 206-762-2067

Charges: Range from $21 to $60


Stalker Farms

With a non-haunted corn maze and two other haunted attractions, the Stalker Farms in Seattle is surely one of the best facilities to visit for thrill lovers. The location offers a Hunt for Zombies where a stroll through the corn maze is almost inevitable. Each attraction will take about 15 to twenty minutes of your time and you will love it. The screams are usually accompanied by great gales of laughter, as the talented actors are shrouded in the darkness and fog. The zombies are a scare and the dazzling lights and confusing sound make it even more scaring.

Address: 8705 Marsh Rd, Snohomish, WA 98296, USA

Phone: +1 360-568-7391

Tickets: $19.95


Hell’s Gateway Haunted House

The Hell’s Gateway Haunted House at Fawcett Avenue, Tacoma, WA 98402 will always have some new experience. Laughter and screams blend in a perfect way to give you that bittersweet experience that everyone is always yearning for. The amalgam of fun and fright awaits you once you unlock every door. The sounds and lights are adjusted to give you the frightening feeling as the actors become real demons in search of new victims. This is simply a horror film brought to reality and you will never be disappointed.

Address: 2302 Fawcett Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402, USA

Phone: +1 206-743-5620

Charges: Range from $30 to $50 depending on the attraction

Shadows Haunted Frighthouse Station

Being one of the oldest haunted attraction in Seattle, Frighthouse Station is a force to reckon with when it comes to scary matters and frightful events. The Shadows and the Redemption are the two attractions where ghouls, spirits and unnatural creatures abound. Your life nightmares are nothing compared to the ones awaiting you at this old historic attraction site. The nightmares are real and you are welcomed.

Address: 2501 East G Street, Tacoma, at the historic Freighthouse Station Marketplace

Charges: From $21

Contacts: info@tacomahaunts.com

Hotel Andra

Located on 2000 4th avenue in Seattle Washington, Hotel Andra is said to be haunted by the ghost of a woman wearing 30’s era clothing. Some guest report jazz blasts and noises of breaking the glass on the ninth floor that immediately dies out when one venture into the room. The ghost is believed to be that of a hotel employee who jumped to her death from the hotel window back in the sixties. Find more information by calling 206 448-8600.

Where: 2000 4th avenue in Seattle Washington

Carleton Farm        


This October Carleton Farm is where you ought to be for the best Halloween. The Corn Maze and the Pumpkin Patch are the favourite attractions but the fire pit is not the place you will want to miss. Get lost in the four-acre corn maze as you try to find your way out. The maze becomes haunted when night falls with zombies, and ghouls taking over. Furthermore, there are plenty of fruits vegetables, wine (locally made), and many other foodstuffs you might be interested in.

Address: 630 Sunnyside Blvd SE, Lake Stevens, WA 98258, USA

Phone: +1 425-334-2297


Kells Irish restaurant and pub

Located 1916 Post Aly Seattle, it is considered the most haunted bar in Seattle. It was formerly a mortuary and the entrance to the pub used to be where the dead bodies were delivered. Its ghoulish history dates back to a long way back in history. The main attractions are the little girl with red hair who is famed for pranking the guest and Charlie-said to appear in the Guinness mirror. Many other ghosts are also said to appear here. For booking, call 206 728 1916.

Where: 1916 Post Alley, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

Carpinito Brothers Corn Maze

Located in the marvellous Kent Valley, the designs of the Corn Mazes varies each year with sophistication and innovation being put into action to come up with cleverly manipulated mazes that will keep you gazing and trying to figure out the way. The spectacularly designed mazes are digitally created and the final result is a marvel that will keep you and the family entertained throughout your visit.

Address:   1148 Central Ave N, Kent, WA  98032

Telephone: 253-854-5692


Mayflower park hotel

Some guests according to the Seattle Times have reported an unusual behaviour while staying in room 112o of the hotel located on 405 Olive Way in Seattle Washington. One of the guests reported that it felt like someone else was in the room. Opened in 1927, this hotel surely shares a history with the City of Seattle. With paranormal sightings being often reported, this is surely a place to include in your list of scare locations this Halloween season. To find out more about Mayflower park hotel call 206 382-6990.

Where: 1127 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

KUBE 93.3 Haunted House

This fall will be a terror at KUBE 93.3 Haunted House as Halloween kicks in. As the doors of KUBE 93.3 creak open, be prepared to scream and laugh in a scare that can only be witnessed in the scene of horror films. Hosted by the Seattlehaunts LLC the KUBE 93 FM is something straight from hell. With real demons, ghouls, and zombies the nightmare will be real. Let the brave try and know who is braver.

Location: 3701 E Valley Rd, Renton, WA 98055

Contacts: +1 206-762-2067

Charges: from $20

Fright Factory Haunted House

The Fright Factory Haunted House is the new definition of fear. Halloween being a time for tricks and treats, this season gives yourselves the thrill to remember. Visit the fright factory haunted house and join other fright lovers for some industrial strength screams. The adrenaline that you will never get from anything else will keep you on toes. You don’t have to wait long before you experience a quality fright.

Address: 2000 Collins Rd, Buckley, WA 98321, USA

Phone: +1 206-419-3217

Charges: From $15


Nightmare at Beaver Lake

Nightmare at Beaver Lake will send shivers up your spine. If you think you can entertain the thought of saying hi to a ghost, ghoul, or zombie then you will be at the right place in the Nightmare at Beaver Lake. This is that haunted house that you cannot just walk away from. The paranormal activities at this place will send the adrenaline in you pumping and you will scream like hell. Hosted by the Rotary Club of Sammamish and scare productions, this indoor-outdoor Halloween event is a real nightmare.

Address: Beaver Lake Park Ballfield, 2526 244th Avenue SE, Sammamish, WA 98075, United States

Charges: From $12

Contacts: Tickets@nightmareatBeaverLake.com


The Arctic Club Hotel

Located on 700 3rd Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104, this is the place where a two-term Congressional Representative Marion Zion check leapt to death. Some say the elevators at time rise to the fifth floor where the representative office was for no reasons and some guest observe unexplained cool breezes and hearing a phantom footstep. With a rich history of political deals being stricken the thrills of this place are surely interesting.  Call 206 340 0340 for booking or more information.

Where: 700 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA 98104, USA

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