10 of Seattle and area’s spookiest haunted attractions
Now that it’s about a week into October, we bet you’re all set for a scary season. What’s the best way to do this than by visiting a local haunted house or attraction? If you’re ready to be seriously scared, here are 10 of the spookiest haunted attractions in and around Seattle.
Corn mazes are cute and all, but why not experience a scary one? Stalker Farms has Washington’s favorite haunted corn mazer and this year they have 8 different experiences for you to enjoy. Be seriously scared or scared trying to survive a night in the corn, the choice is yours.
When: October 2-17
Or: 8705 Marsh Rd Snohomish, WA
Cost: Double Dare $ 17.95 or $ 26.95, Double Dare VIP $ 37.95 or $ 48.95, No Scare Night $ 17.95 or $ 26.95
Rutledge’s Haunted Corn Maze
This corn maze has both a day and night option depending on how fearful you want it to be. There is something for all ages, but keep in mind that the night maze is quite spooky. So if you want to take younger ones, go for the day maze. The farm also has other attractions like a cow train ride, corn hole, wagon rides and more!
When: From Friday to Saturday until October 31
Or: 302 93rd Avenue SE, Olympia
Cost: $ 22
The Georgetown Mortuary is back with another year of terrifying lairs to uncover. Try to survive a walk through the morgue as Dr. Simons and his henchmen pick you up. Or go for a slightly less scary option without actors and survive the fears of the animatronic leap.
When: Weekends and some additional days until November 6
Or: 5000 East Marginal Way South
Cost: $ 30 GA, $ 30 self-guided tour
Seattle Haunted Chocolate Factory Tour
This unique tour takes you through a dark and haunted version of Seattle’s Chocolate Factory. If you can solve the clue and brave the halls and weird passageways of the factory, there might just be a reward at the end. This one is more family friendly, so don’t hesitate to bring the kids or your younger siblings with you.
When: From Thursday to Sunday October 21-24 and October 28-31
Or: 1180 Andover Park West Tukwila, WA
Cost: $ 12
Fear in Fort Casey
What could be more spooky than making your way through an abandoned military tunnel system? Probably not a lot. Now, yeah, we know it’s on an island and kind of a hike, but Fort Casey aims to give you a ghost that you’ll remember. Plus the tickets are really cheap and the ferry ride is nice which is a nice little win-win.
When: October weekends, 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Or: 1280 Engle Road, Coupeville
Cost: $ 1 per person.
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My morbid mind
This haunted house has a kind of local cult. The vibrations are a spooky barn and an intense haunted maze, so expect to be scared. Every year things change a bit, so expect the unexpected.
When: Select dates, October 2-31
Or: 4548 Marvin Road SE, Lacey
Cost: $ 12 to $ 18 per person; $ 3 for a fearless visit for children
Nile Nightmare Haunted House
This Mountlake Terrace haunted house has 6 haunted attractions and 3 escape puzzle games. All of the haunted attractions have been updated for this year’s haunted house, so you can expect something different from previous years. See if you can survive making your way through the houses and if you can’t then you can at least relax with a drink and a few meals afterward.
When: October Friday & Saturday 7 pm-11pm, Sunday 7 pm-10pm
Or: 6601 244th St SW, Mountlake Terrace, WA
Cost: $ 25 per person
The haunted woods of Maris Farms
Your terrifying night will take you through a haunted abandoned barn, a cornfield laden with your worst nightmares and of course the haunted woods. See if you can survive the ghouls lurking in the dark. Yes, flashlights are not allowed.
When: From Friday to Sunday until October 30
Or: Location: 25001 Sumner Buckley Hwy, Buckley
Cost: $ 38 to $ 50
My haunted forest
If you’re looking for something beyond clowns with chainsaws, you might want to visit the Haunted Forest. It offers a fantastic medieval horror experience for those who are brave enough to experience it. After all, who really knows what’s going on in the woods at night.
When: Weekends until October 31
Or: Grand Farms, 17616 S Vaughn Rd NW, Vaughn, WA
Cost: $ 28 to $ 40
Fear of wild waves festival
Washington’s favorite water park gets a lot spookier in October. Wild Waves offers both a family version of the spooky experience and a terrifying version for the adults. Fight your way through 2 terrifying mazes or relax watching Halloween movies. You’ll also get to enjoy some of the classic park rides like the Wild Thing, Timberhawk, Disk’o Flashback, Timber Ax, and more.
When: October 8-31, Fridays 6 pm-10pm, Saturday and Sunday 2 pm-10pm
Or: 36201 Enchanted Pkwy S, Federal Way, WA
Cost: $ 42.99 +
See? There is no lack of means and places to be afraid in October. Make sure to purchase your tickets in advance and familiarize yourself with each site’s COVID-19 protocols. With this, have fun and don’t get too scared!