Top 5 must-see Halloween haunted attractions in 2018

Now that the calendar has hit October, millions of folks are ready for Halloween fun.


Hallowe’en: Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Michigan

The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan attracts people from all over the globe for its incredible historical pieces, however when October comes, it is one of the creepiest places to visit anywhere. If you are a history buff who loves how, when, and why we celebrate Halloween, this is a must see. (


Erebus Haunted Attraction: Pontiac, Michigan

This is not your mother’s haunted house! Erebus Haunted Attraction in Pontiac, Michigan is one the scariest in America. From posts in local papers to being reviewed on the Travel Channel, this 4-story haunted house is bucket list material for Halloween fanatics.


Bates Motel and Haunted Hayride: Glen Mills, Pa

Another Travel Channel award winner, the Bates Motel and Hayride is one of the biggest attractions in Pennsylvania each year. In addition to exploring the haunted motel, the grounds’ other attractions include the Haunted Hayride and corn trail. Enter if you dare!


Headless Horseman: Ulster Park, New York

This place is insane - in a great way! Ranked the #1 haunt in America, this adventure features a frightening hayride through nearly 50 acres across upstate New York forests. Don’t fall asleep at the wheel, because the headless Horseman is watching!


Halloweekends: Cedar Point, Sandusky, Ohio

Cedar Point will once again transform their huge amusement park to an all Halloween fun filled time. Halloweekends is perfect for everyone. During the day is perfect for family filled Halloween fun - however at night the ghosts, goblins and witches don’t hold back!

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