From sprawling scream parks to trails through ghoul-infested woods, New England is your destination for spine-tingling fun each Halloween season. Scare yourself silly in 2016 at one of these 10 popular New England haunted houses, haunted hayrides or spooky attractions.
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Head for West Greenwich, Rhode Island, and experience three scary attractions for the price of one at Field of Screams including a haunted hayride, the Dungeon of Doom and 4-D Cirque du Souls. Plus, back for the third year in 2016: Zombie Paintball! You can get out if you're too scared to go on... but you can't get a refund.
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Be prepared to be scared as you set out aboard the horse-drawn ride at Charmingfare Farm in Candia, New Hampshire, this Halloween season. It's just one of the four scary Harvest of Haunts attractions you'll enjoy for one price at this farm, which is also home to the Barn of the Dead, the Infested Corn Maze, and the Tractor Bog Ride. Purchase your tickets online in advance to guarantee admission.
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Head to Candia, New Hampshire, to tour this scary haunted ghost town deep in the woods. There are five terrifying attractions to explore at Haunted Acres including Area 52. The scariest night of the year comes November 5, when the lights will be turned out. New for 2016: a nighttime zip line and ropes course will thrill daring souls.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Visit Haunted Labyrinth, an elaborate haunted house in Cranston, Rhode Island, for a terrifying time. 2016 marks Haunted Labyrinth's 32nd season of scaring the pants off visitors for a good cause: Rejoice in Hope Youth Center. This year's theme is Cirque D'Horreur: The Greatest Scare on Earth. Join the attraction's mailing list to receive a $1 off coupon.
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Can a New Hampshire farm be transformed into one of America's best haunted Halloween attractions while raising funds to support the Humane Society? Visit Haunted Overload in Lee, New Hampshire, and decide for yourself. Or take the word of HauntWorld.com, which named this New England Halloween attraction the #1 scariest haunted house in the country.
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This giant Halloween theme park is situated on the banks of the Merrimack River in Litchfield, New Hampshire. Nightmare New England is sure to entertain and frighten you with five distinct haunted attractions in one location including a haunted hayride. Go for the Zombie Paintball, if nothing else! Decidedly grown-up enticements include everything from bars to Tarot card readers. Overnight packages are available: Nightmares included.
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Factory of Terror
West Warwick, Rhode Island, is home to a monster-sized scream park with six separate attractions: Ghost Cemetery at Centerville Falls, Psycho Alley, Dracula's Hideaway, Black Out and Asylum of Screaming Souls, plus Mission Combat Laser Tag. Yes--every visitor gets to shoot at real live zombies. The Factory of Terror may be a terrifying place to be in America's tiniest state this Halloween season.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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This is scary stuff! Head to the Trail of Terror in Wallingford, Connecticut... if you dare! Proceeds from this outdoor haunted attraction benefit local charities. Buy your timed admission tickets online in advance.
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Nashoba Valley Ski Area in Westford, Massachusetts, is home to Witch's Woods, a haunted hayride and Halloween scream park that will bring you face-to-face with witches, werewolves, zombies and other creatures you don't get to see every day in New England. New for 2016--the Vampire Passage is the lair of a legendary vampiress and her fanged minions. You don't need an admission ticket to enjoy carnival rides and games and free attractions like the walk-through Horrorwood Chamber of Chills and the Jack O’Lantern Jamboree.