Where to Go for a Little (Or Big) Scare

Get in the spirit of Halloween with these haunted attractions.

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The Eastern State Penitentiary’s Terror Behind Walls is a haunted Halloween version of the real prison. This well-known haunted house is located in Philadelphia and open daily.
At Lu Lu Shriner's Haunted House </, traveling through haunted woods and a sketchy graveyard is just the beginning. If you make through those alive, you get the pleasure of entering the House of Horrors. Open weekends for the entire month of October in Plymouth Meeting, Pa.
Horrorfest located at Shady Brook Farm in Yardley, Pa. features four different attractions. From the Barn of Horror to the 3D Alien Encounter, this place has it all. Open weekend nights throughout the month of October. Shady Brook Farm even has a daily daytime Pumpkinfest if scary is not your thing.
Tired of the same old haunted house idea? How about a haunted motel? The Bates Motel is a high-tech, special effects and terrifying attraction. The Glen Mills, Pa. location also offers both a haunted hayride and corn maze. Open the entire month of October, this motel is sure to make you scream!
Perfect for families, the Active Acres Farm offers both daytime and nighttime activities. If you are looking for a thrill, the nighttime is your scene. Catch a ride on the Sleepy Hollow Hayride, take a walk through the farm’s Haunted House, or test your sense of direction in the Field of Fright. Open every weekend in October in Newton, Pa.
If you think you can handle not one, but eight terrifying attractions, Frightland Frightland is perfect for you. Operating in Middletown DE, every weekend in October this haunted land will keep you jumping. From a spooky attic, to a town of redemption this place will give you goose bumps all night.
Pennhurst Asylum is a Halloween attraction that will literally drive you crazy. The abandoned institution has been turned into a horror house for the Halloween season, but the catch is that the place is actually haunted. If the asylum isn’t enough for you be sure to try to navigate your way through the Tunnel Terror. This Spring City, Pa. location is open on the weekends now until November 7.
Shocktoberfest in Sinking Spring, Pa. is much more than your average haunted house. This haunted scream park has been scaring people for 19 years. From Biohazard hayrides, 3D toxic asylums and a 50,000 sq. ft prison of the dead, there is more than enough to keep you on edge all night. Open every weekend from now until November 7.
The Valley of Fear is nestled in the deep, dark woods of Feasterville Pa. Featuring three haunted attractions and the all new Scary Tales that take place during a walk through the haunted forest. The ones who dare to visit are welcome every Thursday through Sunday for the month of October.
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