13 Haunted Houses in Baltimore MD for 2022 (+ Full Attraction List)

If you’re looking for haunted houses in Baltimore, you’re in the right place!

Here we’re sharing the scariest haunted houses in Baltimore so you don’t miss any of the fun this halloween season.

The Baltimore area has some of the best haunted houses in the state. From stand-alone haunted places to creepy places in pumpkin patches, these Baltimore haunted houses will have you shaking in your boots.

While most haunted houses open in September, even waiting until Halloween night makes for a seriously fun Halloween!

Haunted house in Baltimore

Here are the 13 scary haunted houses for you to choose from:

#1 Nevermore Haunt

450 Mott Street Baltimore, MD 21202 | Website

This haunted house attraction is one of the most popular and highly rated in Baltimore.

At Nevermore Haunt they really go all out to make this haunted house different from others. If you think you know what you’ll experience, you’ll be in for a surprise. They have plenty of props, people and more to make this a truly haunted experience.

In addition to the main attraction, The Nevermore Haunt, on certain nights you can also see Isaac’s Maleficent Side Show incuding fortune telling and magic.

They also have an on-site bar with local craft beers and food available.

This haunted house isn’t for the faint of heart!

Ticket prices: $22 – $30 for general admission, $29 – $40 for fast-pass admission (to skip the line) and $45 – $56 for VIP admission which includes fast pass, food and drink

Restrictions: kids under 16 must be accompanied by an adult and kids under 4 feet will not be admitted at all.

#2 Bennett’s Curse

7875 Eastpoint Mall, Baltimore, MD 21224 | Website

Located in Eastpoint Mall, the legendary Bennett’s Curse is an indoor haunted house that has been rated one of America’s scariest halloween attractions.

Four attractions are included with admission:

  1. Underworld Haunted House
  2. Inferno 3D
  3. Legends of Halloween
  4. Ravenbrook Asylum

They are open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays until it gets closer to Halloween. Free parking is available at the mall.

Ticket prices: $25 for general admission, $35 for speed pass tickets and $45 for VIP tickets. 3D glasses are also available to be purchased for $1.

Restrictions: not recommended for children under age 10.

#3 Neon Nightmare

501 N Brice St. Baltimore, MD 21223 | Website

If you’re looking for something completely new, Neon Nightmare just may be the place to go. This is an immersive horror themed art exhibit. This is a night show with live actors that gives an intense hoor experience.

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The experience is about an infection spreading but you have to figure out what is real and what is just in your mind.

Ticket prices: $15 during the day and $20 at night. Kids under 13 are $10 during the day.

Restrictions: While there is no age limit here, kids under 13 must be accompanied by an adult.

#4 Laurel’s House of Horror

935 Fairlawn Ave, Laurel, MD 20707 | Website

Laurel’s House of Horror is definitely where you come to get a good scare! This haunted attraction takes place in an abandoned movie theater.

This is one of the most terrifying attractions where you’ll find:

  1. Haunted house: a brand new haunted house to experience this year
  2. Escape room: with iconic horror movies, challenges and scares
  3. Ghost tour: small groups accompanied by a guide, experience the cinema in the dark looking for paranormal activity

Ticket prices: General admission: $30, Admission with fast pass $40, RIP pass with escape the movies $80

Restrictions: not recommended for children under age 10.

#5 Legends of the Fog

500 Carsins Run Rd, Aberdeen, MD 21001 | Website

This is one of Maryland’s haunted attractions and halloween events the is well…legendary. Legends of the Fog has 4 haunted attractions including:

  1. Legendary Haunted Hayride: this is not a kid’s hayride! Don’t get lost in the fog
  2. Haunted Farewell Hotel: explore the hotel with over 70 doors
  3. Cornstalkers Haunted Maze: one of the best haunted corn mazes you can explore, just don’t let fear overcome you
  4. The Slaughter House:

After Halloween is there Blackout Weekend, where the attractions will be in near darkness with extra special effects.

Ticket prices: General admission for all 4 attractions: $40, 4 attractions + fast pass: $55,

Restrictions: Children under the age of 14 must have an adult chaperone on site. They do not recommend kids under 10 years of age.

Fort Howard Haunted Dungeons
Source: Fort Howard Haunted Dungeons Facebook page

#6 Fort Howard Haunted Dungeons

Fort Howard Park | Website

This haunted attraction in Baltimore county is actually completely volunteer run and operated by a local non-profit.

The all volunteer actors aim to make this a spooky experience which is evident starting right at their ticket booth.

Ticket prices: $17 per person

Restrictions: none listed, use your own discretion.

Haunted Houses Near Baltimore

If you’re looking for more haunted houses and attractions in close proximity to Baltimore, like in Montgomery County, Washington DC

#7 Cornstalkers Trail of Terror

11765 St Linus Dr, Waldorf, MD 20602 | Website

This is one of the best haunted attractions in Baltimore MD and whether it’s just a short drive for you or you’re a ways away, this is one haunted house you don’t want to miss.

Located in Blue Crabs Stadium, this event has 5 haunted attractions with different themes, bizarre creatures and is a great place to get scared! Attractions include:

  1. Cornstalkers Trail of Terror
  2. The Asylum
  3. The Barnyard
  4. Craves Farmhouse
  5. Hillbilly Homestead

#8 Kim’s Krypt Haunted Mill

5932 Colonial Valley Rd, Spring Grove, PA 17362 | Website

While this haunted house crosses state lines, it’s only an hour from Downtown Baltimore. This haunted house is huge though! It has 6 attractions that span across 60-acres.

While you’ll find some familiar attractions here like:

  • Terror Trail (a walking tour thru the dark woods and grounds)
  • House of Eyes
  • Horror of Menges Mill
  • Dark Despair

There are also a few more attractions you’ll want to be aware of. First up is the Zombie Escape Room. Next is the Hearse Rides. Yes, you can actually take a ride in a historic hearse and even ride in the closed coffin.

The Ghost Pit also happens once per month throughout the year as you investigate paranormal activity at the haunted mill.

Ticket prices: This attraction allows you to purchase tickets for individual attractions or an all access pass. An all access pass is $60. A total combo RIP ticket ($90) and All Access RIP pass ($125) are also available.

Single attraction tickets range from $5 to $25. For instance it costs $5 to ride in the hearse and $10 to ride in the closed coffin in the hearse.

Restrictions: There are no restrictions in place so use your own discretion.

Six Flags America Fright Fest
Image Source: Six Flags America Fright Fest

#9 Six Flags America Fright Fest

13710 Central Ave, Bowie, MD 20721 | Website

Six Flags is at it again with their annual Fright Fest. And it’s packed with plenty of haunted attractions like:

  • Twisted Fairy Tales 3D
  • The Haunting of Hall Manor
  • Rides in the dark
  • Total Damnation

Plus they have several scare zones like: Zombieville, Ghost Town and Carn-Evil.

You can also see top sideshow performances and other experiences like Big Top Freakz By Night, nightScares, and more.

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What’s nice about Six Flags is that you can buy a one-day ticket or seasonal pass if you want to keep coming back for more.

Ticket prices: A one day digital attractions pass is $35. A seasonal haunted attractions pass is $60. Important note: park admission is sold separately

Restrictions: Recommended for those 13 and older. There are separate day-time activities for younger kids available.

Field of Screams in Baltimore
Source: Field of Screams website

#10 Field of Screams

4501 Olney Laytonsville Rd. Olney, MD 20832 | Website

Located only 40 minutes from Baltimore, Field of Screams and it’s trail of terror will certainly create fear and panic so get ready to scream.

They now have 3 attractions in addition to their carnival games: The 2 trails combined create the Super Screams Haunted Trail which is is the longest and most terrifying trail in the United States

  1. The Haunted trail
  2. Trail of Terror
  3. Slaughter Factory

Ticket prices: General admission is $44+. Additional tickets can be purchased for carnival games including axe throwing.

Restrictions: not recommended for children under 13

#11 Bedlam in The Boro

4224 Main Street Lineboro, MD 21102 | Website

The Lineboro Volunteer Fire Department puts on his haunted attraction that does not disappoint. The attractions include: The Terrifying Haunted Hayride where you’ll be taken through the Lineboro woods and House of Horrors where you’ll twist your way through 3200 square feet of terror..

For the younger crew, there is the Bedlam Bypass Kids Zone which includes a non-scary hayride, as well as, food, games and more.

They are open every Friday and Saturday night.

Ticket prices: Attractions are $15 each for adults or $10 each for kids. A combo ticket is available for $20 and $15. Add a $10 RIP pass to jump to the front of the line. A $2 off coupon is available on their website’s ticket page.

Restrictions: None so use your own discretion. Kids can also visit the unhaunted Bedlam Bypass during the day.

Ravenseye Manor
Source: Ravenseye Manor website

#12 Ravenseye Manor

8778 Jordan Rd, Fairplay, MD 21733 | Website

The Ravenseye Manor has 4 haunted attractions:

  1. The Haunted Manor House
  2. Cursed Hayride
  3. Dark Corn Maze
  4. Carnival of Souls (a 3D, blacklight experience)

On the final night, bring the kids as the monsters will come out. Not to scare but to provide candy, prizes and even non-gluten items if requested. 

Ticket prices: To be announced; check website for updates

Restrictions: None so use your own discretion

#13 Jason’s Woods

179 Stehman Road Lancaster, PA 17603 | Website

Another great option across state lines is Jason’s woods. If you’re into the likes of Michael Myers and Freddy Krueger, go check this place out.

Attractions at haunted house are:

  1. Horrifying hayride
  2. Zombie Apocalypse
  3. Lost in Jason’s Woods
  4. Chamber of Horrors
  5. Carnival of Fear
  6. Jason’s Woods Midway
  7. Twisted

So even if you have to adventure the 75 minutes or so out to this haunted attraction, there is a lot to experience! This is one of the best halloween festivals you’ll find.

Ticket prices: Tickets start with a 3 show combo ($25), 5 show grand slam combo ($40) and VIP options ($40 – $55)

Restrictions: No restrictions or age limits, however, this is not meant for young children

Horrifying Hayride at Jason's Woods
Image Source: Jason’s Woods

Haunted Houses Near Baltimore – No Longer in Operation

If you’re looking for Creepywoods Haunted Forest, they have permanently closed.

The Sinister Circus is also not currently operating.

Good to Know Before Visiting The Haunted Houses of Baltimore

  • Wear comfortable, closed toed walking shoes
  • Bring some patience and be prepared to wait in longer lines, especially if you go on the weekends
  • Plan to ahead before you go or when you get there
  • When possible, book tickets ahead of time
  • Many haunted houses are not suitable for small children so if you want to go with the entire family, make sure to check the event’s restrictions and recommendations before going
  • Check the event website, Facebook page, Google map and Groupon for discounts before getting tickets
  • You can also subscribe to the email list for the event you’d like to attend as they occassionally send out discounts as well.
  • Some events will accept competitor coupons at the gate or even discount days, so check the schedule ahead of time.
  • The closer you get to Halloween, the more people that attend so if you can go earlier in the season or after Halloween, you’ll likely experience less crowds.
  • If there is bad weather, check the event’s social media page for announcements before going
  • Most haunted houses do not recommend going if you are pregnant.
  • You should not attend a haunted house if you have any heart conditions, vertigo or a history of seizures.
  • Most of the attractions are wheelchair accessible but check with the event in advance

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