Nashville's Best Haunted Houses

A Current List of Nashville's Best Haunted Houses

There is an unlimited supply of Ghoulish and Ghostly Events and Happenings for everyone in Nashville to enjoy during the month of October and we have gathered up some of best haunted houses that Nashville has to offer.

Nashville's Best Haunted Houses -A listing of the best Middle Tennessee haunts to be found.

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    Bell Witch Cave

    Copyright Jan Duke

    The Legend of the Bell Witch of Adams Tennessee is one of the most vicious spirits ever documented on paranormal science and while this is not your normal haunted house by any means, the Bell Witch Cave offers all plenty of events, every year, during the Halloween season including candlelight tours of the haunted cave, hayrides, storytelling, psychic readings and tours of the replica John Bell Cabin as well.
    Location: 430 Keysburg Road
    Phone: 615-696-3055

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    Bikers Who Scare Haunted House

    Photo Credit: Bikers Who Care

    While there's plenty of scary haunted houses around, I can't imagine any more scarier that one hosted in an old movie theater and by a bunch of bikers even if they are a part of the Bikers Who Care Organization. This haunt, located in Clarksville is usually open only on weekends and normally cost under $10.
    Location: 1955 Madison Street
    Phone: 931-551-9878

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    Bloody Acres Haunted Woods

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    Located in Gallatin, Bloody Acres is sure to scare even the toughest of us with their blood drenched woods and vengeful spirits,
    Location: 318 Big Station Camp Blvd.
    Phone: 615-569-4969

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    Creepy Hollow Haunted Woods

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    Expect the unexpected. Prepare for adrenaline rushes and levels of fear you won't soon forget. Creepy Hollow Haunted Woods is a mere 20-minute drive from Nashville and features a Haunted Barn, Trail of Terror, Merciless Maze, Bonfires, Music and more. A definite evening of fun and fright for the entire family
    Location: 2133 Joe Brown Road, Spring Hill
    Phone: 931-486-3063

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    Dead Land

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    Dead Land is locally owned and family operated, and will be open to terrify the public from late September through Halloween. Dead Land offers three attractions and is located just south of Lebanon on 231 at Hurricane Creek.
    Location: 7040 Murfreesboro Rd, Lebanon
    Phone: 615- 519-3116

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    Death Row

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    Death Row - Sanitarium of Slaughter is Middle Tennessee's Largest Indoor Haunted House featuring 80,000 square feet of pure terror.
    Location:418 Harding Industrial Drive
    Phone: 615-833-1433

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    Death Yard Haunt

    In an industrial area of Hendersonville, no one realized what was happening behind the doors of that warehouse at 118 Mid Town Court...Explore Hendersonville’s newest haunted attraction, Death Yard Haunt ...
    Location: 118 Mid Town Court, Hendersonville
    Phone: 615-530-4673

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    Devil's Dungeon

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    Devil's Dungeon offers 2 floors of terror filled scenes. The halls are filled with the undead, and more tortured souls of The Devil's Dungeon.
    Location: 510 Davidson St Nashville
    Phone: 615-256-0053

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    Evilution

    Copyright Jan Duke

    Walk the Trails of Evilution! Filled with Blood Curdling Screams in the Woods....Cheatham County's only locally owned & operated Haunted Attraction.
    Location: 7091 Hwy 41-A South, Pleasant View
    Phone: 615-584-5372

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    Hangman's Hollar Haunted Woods

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    Hangman's Hollar Haunted Woods is a haunted outdoor trail through the woods and located on the grounds of the Bottom View Farms in Portland, TN.
    Location: 185 Wilkerson Lane, Portland
    Phone: 615-427-8097

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    House of Hell

    Photo Credit: Getty Images/Amanda Edwards

    This Haunted House of Hell is located about 20 minutes southeast of Nashville and offers a terrifying adventure that includes lots of bones and real history. But the best part of this haunt is that it's free (donations are accepted too)
    Location: 4925 Camborne Circle, Murfreesboro
    Phone: 615-898-8296

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    Leiper's Fork Haunted Woods: Trail of Fears

    Photo Credit: Getty Images/Ann Johansson

    Get spooked in the woods at Jailhouse Industrys & the Redneck Spook Club - Trail of Fears - This family-friendly event takes place in Leiper's Fork on Friday and Saturday nights in October normally from 7-10p.m.
    Phone: 615-477-6799

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    Millers Thrillers Haunted Woods

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    Millers Thrillers is a very dark and creepy unguided haunted trail located about 30 minutes south of Nashville in Columbia area. They also offer an earlier and not so scary thrill trek for younger children as well as an ever so cool Zombie paintball hayride!
    Location:1431 Carters Creek Pike Columbia TN 38401

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    Monster Mountain

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    One of the top rated haunts in the Nashville Area, Monster Mountain opens starting in September thru the weekend following Halloween.
    Location: 273 McMurtry Road, Hendersonville
    Phone: 877-569-3327

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    Nashville Nightmare at Madison Square

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    Nashville Nightmare at Madison Square consists of highly detailed scenes, state of the art animations and special effects, as well as very intense actors. A Nashvlle Nightmare offers two Haunted Houses, The Madison Square Morgue and Graves Manor. For 2012, over 5,000 sq ft is being added to this Nashville Nightmare along with a very cool name change as well as some major renovations!
    Location: 1016 Madison Square
    Phone: 615-752-5663

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    Scream Creek

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    Scream Creek is located in Springfield and is owned by the same folks who run the fab Honeysuckle Hill Farm and is set to includes a Zombie Apocalypse Paintball, House of Terror, Flashlight Corn Maze as well as hayrides, and their signature Haunted Woods.
    Location: 1765 Martins Chapel Road, Springfield
    Phone: 615-382-7593

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    Slaughterhouse

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    Slaughterhouse is the ultimate haunted house for those who don't scare easily. It's full of great actors and high tech wizardry.
    Location: 3445 Lebanon Pike. Hermitage, TN 37076
    Phone: 615-840-5069

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    Death Mill - closed

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    12,500 square feet of horror, located inside The Mill at Lebanon. An experience you'll die for.
    Location: 300 North Maple Street, Lebanon, Tn

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    Death Valley Haunted Woods - closed

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    A Terrifying Trek through the Death Valley Haunted Woods is one of the most frightening haunts around. The blood-curling screams, the horrid stench of rotting flesh, and the demons that stalk these woods will make you shrivel in terror.
    Location: 769 West Main Street, Hendersonville
    Phone: 615-822-5106

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    Demon's Den - closed

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    Formally the home to the Antioch Asylum, Demon's Den is Nashville's most insane haunted house and offers over 30 scenes of twisted and morbid insanity!
    Location: 881 Bell Road
    Phone: 615-731-6660
    Website: www.demonsdenhauntedhouse.com

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    Fright in the Furnace - closed

    Photo Credit: Getty Images/Justin Sullivan

    Fright in the Furnace offers 9 acres and a DEADicated staff of your favorites; Jason, Freddy, Leather face, Pinhead, Michael Myers, and many more. Open on weekends at 7pm through Halloween.
    Location: 1043 Earl Leach Road, Dickson

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    Fallout Haunted House - closed

    Copyright Jan Duke

    Themed after a nuclear explosion, Fallout offers more than your normal run of the house hauntings and screams.
    Location: 211 Sixth Avenue South
    Phone: 615-255-2105
    Website: www.myspace.com/nashvillehell

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    Haunted Barn - closed

    Copyright Jan Duke

    The Nolensville Feedmill has a Haunted Barn that offers none of the normal devils or demons but is rumored to still scare the living daylights out of you.As an added bonus there is also a children's section for those who scary easily.
    Location: 7280 Nolensville Rd, Nolensville
    Phone: 615-776-4252
    Website: www.nolensvillefeedmill.com

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    Haunted Halls of Horror - closed

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    Haunted Halls of Horror is located, just south of Nashville, in the Lawrenceburg/Spring Hill Area. Guests can expect to feel chills down your spine as you enter the Haunted Halls of Horror. We hear it will scare the yell out of you! Haunted Halls of Horror is open on weekends in October and is not recommended for small children. Cost is around $10.
    Location: 805 East Gaines Street, Lawrenceburg
    Phone: 931-796-5937

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    Haunted Nashville - closed

    Photo Credit: Haunted Nashville

    Haunted Nashville is located in the Hermitage area, and offers multiple attractions side by side. Guests can choose from any number of attractions or experience all with their ultimate "Slashpass" ticket.  New in 2011 -  kids ticket deal $10.
    Location: 3436 Lebanon Pike, Hermitage
    Phone: 615-752-4292

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    Mad House - closed

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    The Mad House is located in Lebanon and while we are pretty sure that while it won't drive you completely mad - it may just unnerve your sanity for a bit or two.
    Location: 214 McCown Dr. Lebanon
    Phone: 615-504-8815

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    Torture Factory - closed

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    Located in Hohenwald, the Torture Factory has 12,000 square feet of torturous and grueling happenings awaiting those who dare to enter.
    Location: 263 North Park Street, Hohenwald

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    Walking Horse Haunted Hotel - closed

    Photc Credit: Walking Horse Hotel

    The Walking Horse Haunted Hotel is unlike any Tennessee haunted attraction. The nearly 100 year-old Historic Walking Horse Hotel features all original scenes, professional actors and Hollywood lighting and special effects.
    The hotel has been featured on the Biography channel's "My Ghost Story" and is recognized by professional paranormal investigators as one of the most haunted locations in the country.
    Note: This attraction is not suggested for young children.
    Location: 101 Spring Street, Wartrace
    Phone: 931-389-7050



If I've overlooked a local Nashville favorite haunt or if you need me to update, add to, or change it, please feel free to contact me anytime!
- Jan