Best Haunted Houses in New Haven
Fall is here and so is the season for Halloween. Experience the ultimate incredible adventure with ghosts, ghouls, witches and frightening attractions that await you this year at some of the best haunted houses in New Haven.
The Shoreline Trolley Museum – 17 River St. East Haven CT
Hours of of Operation: October 1st, 7th-8th, 14th-15th, 21st-22nd, 28th-29th, 2016 from 7-10 pm
Admission: $12; express $20
Additional info: Legend has it that somewhere in the woods at the end of the trolley tracks, lurk the things that nightmares are made of. This fall a lonely trolley will carry passengers down the tracks to the gate at the start of the trail.
The choice is yours… enter if you dare! Recommended for adults and mature children who do not have any health issues! Be sure to wear good walking shoes as the Isle is a wooded path with many twists and turns.
The Only Scream in Town
275 Valley Service Road in North Haven, CT
Hands down The Only Scream in Town is one of the scariest places you’ll ever visit.
Hours of operation: Open Friday to Sunday from October 7th to October 30th 2016.
Admission: Just $20 for two attractions. Ticket booth opens each night at 7 pm and runs until close or until tickets are sold out. You can buy tickets online ahead of time if you want to make sure you have tickets for your evening of choice.
Please call to confirm operating hours or if you have any questions.
41 Marne St. Hamden CT
Additional info: Something… eerie… has befallen Connecticut. It is a structure made of brick and wood, where the walls crack and splinter with a painful howl. The town folk call it CREEPERUM, an emporium of the bizarre.
Open October 1-November 4; check website for dates, doors open at 7 pm
Hours of Operation: Fridays and Saturdays-7pm-11pm, Sundays-7pm-10pm
Admission: $25; in advance $20, speed pass $40
North Haven Fairgrounds, North Haven CT
Open: Saturday October 15th, 22nd & 29th – 6-9 pm
Admission: ages 16+ $15, ages 7-15 $10
More info: The Dark Ages just got darker. With each step we take, the crisp autumn nights become longer. It is now the veil between the world of the living and the lands of the dead are thinnest.
And it is now the headless horseman rides into battle against his hellish foes in a flaming joust to the death. Fiery lances will shatter as evil clashes upon their nightmare steeds, jack o’ lanterns will explode, magic will sizzle in the air, and you will witness the horror of it all.
Trail of Terror
60 North Plains Highway
The Trail of Terror has been best described as “Hilariously Frightful”.
Age appropriate for 10 years and older (Children under 5 not permitted).
Hours of Operation: October 1-30; Friday & Saturday, 7-11 pm, Sundays 7-10 pm
Admission Costs: Timed Ticketing: $20
General Admission: $15
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