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Pennsylvania Haunted Houses can be found here at www.Hauntworld.com. Are you looking for the biggest, best and scariest haunted houses in Pennsylvania? Every haunted attraction in Pennsylvania from haunted houses, haunted attractions, hayrides, corn mazes, Screamparks, to everything between can be found on these pages. If you are looking for the best and scariest haunted houses in Pittsburg, Allentown or Lancaster, Pennsylvania the scariest haunts are found here at HauntWorld. Pennsylvania Haunted Houses are some of the best and scariest haunted houses in the United States. We offer a zip code finder so you can locate these scary haunted houses in Pennsylvania closer to where you live.
 
         
 
 
   
 
The Bates Motel and Haunted Hayride in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania - www.thebatesmotel.com - 61666 Views
Located in Philadelphia, PA Bates Motel is a massive haunted atarction you won't want to miss! Walk through ghost towns and graveyards. Ride the scariest haunted hayride in the country loaded with huge sets, props and FIRE! Click this profile for more information, photos, videos, directions and more.

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Scare Factor: 9.7 Skulls
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Originality: 9.9 Skulls
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Blood Manor in New York, Pennsylvania - www.bloodmanor.com - 44548 Views
BLOOD MANOR, NYC's Premier Haunted Attraction: The Nightmare on 27th Street, returns with a depraved appetite for gore and a twisted thirst for blood, in the same creepy location, 542 West 27th Street (btwn 10th & 11th Ave). With louder screams, scarier dreams and more thrills for each moment in its fun-filled darkness, BLOOD MANOR makes your nightmares come to life.

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Scare Factor: 9.1 Skulls
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Eastern State Penitentiary's Terror Behind the Walls in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - www.terrorbehindthewalls.com - 29997 Views
In Philadelphia, PA Eastern State Penitentiary has been declared haunted by dozens of professional paranormal investigation teams. Click this profile for information, photos, videos, directions and more.

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Scare Factor: 9.7 Skulls
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Originality: 10 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 9.5 Skulls
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Sleepy Hollow Hayride / House in the Hollow in Newtown, Pennsylvania - www.sleepyhollowhayride.com - 24852 Views
In Newtown, Pennsylvania The Sleepy Hollow Hayride & House in the Hollow at Active Acres Haunted Farm promise a frightfully good time with elaborately furnished rooms, secret passages, see-through ghosts and a perpetual thunderstorm. Click this profile for more haunted house & hayride details...

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Scare Factor: 9.1 Skulls
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Jason's Woods Haunted Attractions in Lancaster, Pennsylvania - www.jasonswoods.com - 21118 Views
PA Haunted House in Lancaster, PA Pennsylvania: No one does Halloween like the Legendary Jason?s Woods Haunted House, Lancaster?s premier Haunted House! Click this profile for photos, videos, directions and more.

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Scare Factor: 9.7 Skulls
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Originality: 9 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 9.1 Skulls
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Field of Screams in Mountville, Pennsylvania - www.fieldofscreams.com - 14599 Views
Located inLancaster, Pennsylvania.Field of Screams offers a World Class Haunted Hayride, a Terrifying Haunted Den of Darkness Horror Barn, andmore. Click this profile for information, directions, photos, videos and more.

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Scare Factor: 9.7 Skulls
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Field of Screams in Mountville, Pennsylvania - www.fieldofscreams.com - 10142 Views
One of the SCARIEST haunted attractions in Pennsylvania! If you want to be scared and screaming, you need to come here! We have several haunted, scary attractions for you to endure. Can you make it through them all?? We even have a not-scary hayride for the little ones! Field of Screams is a top notch, state of the art, high intensity haunted attraction. Featured on the Travel Channel as one of America's Scariest Haunted Attractions, Field of Screams has THREE different attractions on its property. The HAUNTED HAYRIDE is a 20 minute ride through acres of hair raising excitement and terror. The legendary DEN OF DARKNESS haunted house is packed full of more spine tingling chills than you can handle. The FRIGHTMARE ASYLUM has room for a few new inmates.

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Altered Nightmares in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania - www.hotelofhorror.com - 9387 Views
The Pocono Mountains Premier Haunted House, Hotel of Horror, Altered Nightmares & Exhibition Macabre, Three State of The Art Attractions at The Legendary Lake House Hotel in Saylorsburg, PA. Open Rain or Shine w/Covered Wait, ATM & Concessions. Attractions Stay Open till Last Victim is Served! ATM and Concessions Onsite. Free Parking.

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Scare Factor: 9.8 Skulls
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Fall Harvest Days in Nescopeck, Pennsylvania - www.triplehfarm.com - 8952 Views
Here at Triple H Farm, we believe in sharing our beautiful landscape, animals and good wholesome fun. We have everything you need for a unique fall display, from corn shocks, to indian corn, to just about any color size and shape of pumpkin to carve, bake, or just to decorate! Your experience starts at our family farm in rural Hobbie Pa. We have a selection of all our pumpkins in our large yard display, along with delicious home made soups and other food. We have various animals for the kids to pet and take pictures with. We look forward to seeing you and yours!!

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Pennhurst Asylum in Spring City, Pennsylvania - www.pennhurstasylum.com - 7671 Views
Pennhurst asylum and Museum, Dungeon of Lost Souls, Ghost Hunt, and the Tunnel of Terror

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Scare Factor: 9.3 Skulls
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Originality: 9.7 Skulls
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Special FX: 9.8 Skulls
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Horrorfest at Shady Brook Farm in Yardley, Pennsylvania - www.shadybrookfarm.com - 6785 Views
Horrorfest at Shady Brook Farm offers 4 thrilling attractions at 1 horrifying event. Hayride of Horror, Barn of Horror, Alien Encounter 3D Haunted House & The All New: CARNAGE. For the scariest time of your life, click here.

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Scare Factor: 9.4 Skulls
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Originality: 9.3 Skulls
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Wynnorr Farm Pumpkin Patch and Hayrides in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania - strattonsfarm.net/index.html - 6245 Views
Bring your kids down to our fun farm for some Halloween pumpkin picking, hayrides, and more! You will enjoy everything we offer! With plenty of activities to keep everybody busy, you will find that you love it here! Fall Harvest Our Fall Harvest runs from September 15 through October 31st on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 Noon - 6 pm. Come out and enjoy a great Fall Day! * Pick Your Own Pumpkins * Apples, Cider, Pies, Pumpkins, Gourds, Mums, Straw Bales, Corn Stalks, Crafts, 100% Wool Yarn * Hay Rides to the Pumpkin Patch * Hayride & Bonfire - Reserve your Private Group Now. Old fashioned country hayride & bonfire Includes Cider Bring your own marshmallows and sticks

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Fun on the Farm Family Weekends in Dillsburg, Pennsylvania - www.paulusorchards.com - 4863 Views
A fun corn maze for the Halloween season! We have a long maze and a short maze. Bring the kids! After your adventure, don’t forget to pick some fresh, juicy apples in the pick-your-own section of the orchard and find your perfect pumpkin in the pumpkin patch! Make sure you bring your camera – you’ll want to capture your memories on film! Or you can purchase a disposable camera at the maze booth. Plan on giving yourself about 45 minutes to complete the maze. If you are truly stuck – have no fear – a corn cop traveling through the corn maze (wearing a Paulus Orchards T-Shirt) will come to your rescue and guide you out. Nervous it might be too much? Try our mini-maze first (2-acres) or just come for the mini-maze – it is designed with young elementary school / pre-school children in mind. This maze will take most people about 10 minutes to complete.

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Haunted Mill Scream Park in Spring Grove, Pa, Pennsylvania - www.hauntedmillscreampark.com - 4638 Views
The Haunted Mill Scream Park located in Spring Grove, PA has Four terrifying attractions the will test your bravery and fortitude. What awaits you in the dark and damp basement of The Haunted Mill? The House of Eyes, Maw's Crazy Maze and the Terror Trail! Check out the website for details!

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Scare Factor: 8.9 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 8.8 Skulls
Originality: 9.4 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 9.2 Skulls
Special FX: 9.2 Skulls
45.45 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Sleepy Hollow Hayride in Newtown, Pennsylvania - ActiveAcresHauntedFarm.com - 2324 Views
Haunted House located in Newtown, Pennsylvania in Bucks County. North of Philadelphia just minutes fomr New Jersey.

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The Freak and Fun House in Bowmanstown, Pennsylvania - www.thefreakandfunhouse.com - 1288 Views
The Freak and Fun House Haunted House in Bowmanstown, PA asks do you have an insatiable appetite for horror? Are you intrigued rather than disgusted with gore? Let our "Freaks" guide you on a crazy tour. Click this profile to see pictures, videos, directions and more.

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Scare Factor: 9.7 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 9.8 Skulls
Originality: 10 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 9.9 Skulls
Special FX: 9.6 Skulls
49.01 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
PumpkinFest in Yardley, Pennsylvania - www.shadybrookfarm.com - 1106 Views
PA Pumpkin Patch & Fall Fun at Shady Brook Farms, PUMPKINFEST, in Yardley, Pennsylvania: Farm Market, Garden Center, Deli, Special Events, School Tours, Birthday Parties & MORE! www.shadybrookfarm.com

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Jason's Woods in Lancaster, Pennsylvania - www.jasonswoods.com - 875 Views
Rated number one two years in a row, by the Philly Inquirer. Jason's Woods is the best and scariest haunt on the east coast. For those who don't scare, you will get yours here!! If you think you've seen it all..THINK AGAIN!!

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SpookyTime Jingles Holiday Soiree in New Hope, Pennsylvania - www.spookytimejingles.com/soiree - 836 Views
SpookyTime Jingles is an online marketplace that represents many of the absolute finest holiday artists from the US & Canada. SpookyTime Jingles also produces a world-class holiday collectible art show once a year on the east coast - The SpookyTime Jingles Holiday Soiree!

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Haunted Woods Zionsville in Zionsville, Pennsylvania - www.hauntedwoodszionsville.com/ - 802 Views
Walk through guided tour of a spooky haunted woods. Up a long, bumpy gravel road in Zionsville, there's a spook-tacular home. 100 PERCENT of Proceeds Go Towards The Bethlehem, PA Special Olympics.

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Fall Festival in Elysburg, Pennsylvania - www.ponducefarms.com - 710 Views
Family owned restaurant/farm market/Christmas tree farm/banquet hall located in Central PA in the Roaring Creek Valley. We also have a lot of family fun activities during the fall season such as Hayrides, Pumpkins, Games, Gift Shop, Food and Live Animals.

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Festival Of Fears... The Scariest Haunted House in Bucks County! in Newtown, Pennsylvania - www.festivaloffears.com - 664 Views


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Froehlich's Farm Fall Festival in Furlong, Pennsylvania - www.froehlichsfarm.com/ - 640 Views
Pick Your Own Pumpkin Patch, Corn Maze, Hayrides, Pony Rides, Pumpkin Painting, Kid Activities, Live Music, Food, Fun and MORE!

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Hurricane Hill Farm Corn Maze in Coatesville, Pennsylvania - www.hhfmaze.com - 638 Views
Bring the entire family out to Hurricane Hill Farm for a day full of family fun!! This season we have the "Exploring America" corn maze, farm animals, corn slide, corn cannon, cow train ride, John Deere pedal tractors, and a hayride out to the pumpkin patch!! Be sure to visit our web site for additional info. www.hhfmaze.com

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The Freak and Fun House in Bowmanstown, Pennsylvania - www.thefreakandfunhouse.com - 567 Views


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Fear Hollow Haunted House in Mountain Top, Pennsylvania - www.fearhollow.com - 538 Views
Fear Hollow is a Haunted Attraction offering 2 features for 1 price!!! Fear Hollow Haunted House: an intense, indoor, walk-through Haunted House. Deadwoods Haunted Trail: an interactive, outdoor walking trail through the backwoods of Mountain Top, PA. Voted a "Favorite Attraction" by Scranton Haunted Reviews, come see what many are calling the scariest Haunted Attraction in NEPA!!!!!

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Scare Factor: 9.7 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 9.3 Skulls
Originality: 9 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 9 Skulls
Special FX: 9 Skulls
46.00 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Night Chills Haunted Hayride in Warrington, Pennsylvania - windingbrookfarm.com - 420 Views


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the harry packer mansion in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania - www.murdermansion.com - 352 Views


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The Temple Of Terror in Pottstown, Pennsylvania - www.thetempleofterror.com/ - 176 Views


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Segway Ghost Tour in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - philadelphia.segwaytoursbywheelfun.com - 116 Views


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Roberts in Douglassville, Pennsylvania - www.brintonlodge.com - 89 Views


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Maple Lawn Farms in New Park, Pennsylvania - www.mazefunpark.com/ - 18 Views
Get lost in the original Maize Quest® Cornfield Maze Adventure! Challenge the twisting pathways. Complete the questions and answers. Find all the picture rubbings. Decode the secret word. A trip to Maize Quest is more than just a 'walk in the stalks'. There's so much to do, you may forget you're lost! Our corn maze features a new theme every year. In the past, we've featured Gladiator: Journey to Ancient Rome, Mayan Mystery, Island Adventure, The Wild West, China: The Forbidden City, Ancient Egypt, Dinosaurs, and the Ice Age - just to name a few!

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Barnyard Kingdom in Lancaster, Pennsylvania - countrybarnmarket.com/ - 18 Views
Join us at Barnyard Kingdom to meet the animals! We invite you to delve deeper into learning farm facts about animals. Learn all about cows, chickens, pigs, horses, and sheep. Throughout the pathways of our maze, you will find pictures, clues, and games to make this learning process FUN! Why? Because that’s what we are all about! After you have mastered the maze, experience the Super Swine Speedway Pig Racing, Pony rides, Billie Goat Mountain, Giant Slide, Hamburger Farm, Barnyard Babies Petting Area, Corn Kernels Play Area, Little Farmers Playland & Peddle Tractors, Peddle Karts, Straw Tunnel, Mini Wagon Rides, Bunny Village, Hedge Maze, and Gemstone Mining! We can't wait to see you there!!

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Risser-Marvel Farm Market in Annville, Pennsylvania - www.rissermarvel.com/ - 15 Views
At Risser-Marvel Farm Market & Corn Maze we are growing over 40 acres of mouthwatering fruit and vegetables. We are a family owned business dating back to 1924, located in Lebanon County Pennsylvania, on Route 322 (Horseshoe Pike) five miles East of Hershey and 1/2 mile East of Campbelltown. We were founded by Abram and Naomi Risser and Robert and Evelyn Marvel. The farm, market and maze have been operated by Greg & Tina Forry & their family since 2007. Greg was the Marvel's long-time farm manager. In our market we feature seasonal homegrown fruits and vegetables picked fresh daily, a wonderful selection of canned (jars) goods, fresh baked goods from cookies and pies to breads, hand made noodles and pot pie. We carry an array of unique country crafts ranging from small handcrafts and painted birdhouse gourds to homemade brooms and soaps.

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Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania - www.muhlenberg.edu/index.html - 10 Views
Muhlenberg College is one of the most beautifully laid out colleges you will ever visit, with lovely landscaping, big trees, plenty of green grass, handsome buildings from several eras. The buildings on campus are beautiful, whether they are 19th century architecture, found in the glorious brick buildings of Academy Row & the bell tower, or the stone Egner Memorial Chapel, that looks more like a cathedral or more modern buildings, like Tresler Pavilion for Theatre and Dance. But do not be deceived, these beautiful buildings and rich history also has many secrets and has been know to have paranormal activity.

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Easton Area Public Library in Easton, Pennsylvania - www.eastonpl.org/Index.html - 6 Views
The Easton Public Library is described as being "A handsome Carnegie building of blue stone from New Jersey, local bricks, and granite." To enter the original building, you must a stairway "flanked by white marble walls to a landing of tile inlaid with patterns in green, red and yellow. Inside the original building, there are "Faux green marble columns" support the 12 ft high ceilings. Each major room of the library has heavy oak and glass doors, with arched windows on the top of each door. The beautiful grounds are lit up like a park. and everything looks a little odd; seeing things that one normally doesn't see on library grounds. This land once was a graveyard. You will notice the sunken indentations where some graves were removed, and one or two iron railings that still protect what was the resting place of someone's beloved. Welcome to Easton Area Public Library...

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Powel House in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - www.philalandmarks.org/powel.aspx - 4 Views
This three story grand Georgian Colonial townhouse museum is built along 3rd street known as "Millionaires Row." It is a house museum which has a lovely 18th century garden area as well. The rooms contain old artifacts and authentic reproductions of furnishings which existed during the time which Samuel Powel lived here. The original property was much larger in the 18th and 19th century, as the grounds extended to 4th street. The first floor's dining room and parlor are found on either side of the main paneled and columned entrance hallway, which also features the original glorious colonial, Santo Domingo mahogany staircase. The second floor highlights include the rococo ballroom, with bas-relief plaster work, where George and Martha Washington celebrated their anniversary in 1779. Also, worth admiring is the adjacent withdrawing parlor, which was used then and now as an elegant room for cocktails, conversations, and dining. The beautiful mahogany wainscoting throughout the mansion give the place its reputation as perhaps America's finest existing Georgian Colonial townhouse.

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Haunted Prison – The Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - www.easternstate.org/home - 1 Views
The haunted prison known as Eastern State Penitentiary is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This structure is not only known as the country’s first official penitentiary, but also for the true haunting stories that surround it. The structure officially opened in the year of 1829. Given the fact that it was the first structure to offer placement of criminals, it served as a guide for all future penitentiaries and similar holding facilities such as correctional units and jails. Prior to the development of Eastern State Penitentiary, criminals were held in overcrowded pens that were enclosed by heavy fencing and gates. While the structure was considered to be revolutionary in its time, it would eventually gain popularity as being a place where the signs of paranormal activity abounded. Throughout this guide, you will learn why Eastern State Penitentiary is considered to be one of the most haunted places in America.

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Historic Hotel Bethlehem in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania - www.hotelbethlehem.com/ - 1 Views
The Hotel Bethlehem in Pennsylvania has beautifully decorated rooms and is very popular for its unique floor to ceiling palladium windows. Stay for a night or two and you might just be visited by the hotel’s spirited guests.

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The Logan Inn in New Hope, Pennsylvania - www.loganinn.com/home.php - 1 Views
With a history dating back to before the Revolutionary War, The Logan Inn certainly has history. As well as being on the National Register of Historic Places, this Inn is also regarded as one of the most haunted places in America. No less than eight ghosts haunt the rooms and corridors here...

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Pennslvania Haunted Houses have grown over the years to feature some really amazing haunted houses some of which have been featured on Travel Channel. Several years ago when we visited haunted houses in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  the haunted houses in Pennsylvania seemed to be around every corner especially in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area haunted houses are very popular form of entertainment and more haunted houses in Pennsylvania can be found at Hauntworld.com. On Hauntworld.com you will find every type of haunted houses in Pennsylvania from a haunted hayride, haunted house, Halloween Attractions, ghost tours, to paranormal ghost hunting. Read all about the best and scariest haunted houses in the state of Pennsylvania here at Hauntworld.com

When looking for a scary or the best haunted house in Pennsylvania look no further than the area of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania because this is an absolute hotbed for haunted houses Pennsylvania PA. Pennsylvania has more haunted houses than almost any other state in America, and not only do they have several haunts but they have some of the best found anywhere. Pennsylvania has many cities with great haunted houses especially Philadelphia area which has more of the top rated haunts than any other city in America.

There are at least 10 major haunted houses in and around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania or in regional area's around Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is not far from many other cities and states that also have several haunted houses for example you could drive to Baltimore, or Washington DC or New York City, anywhere in New Jersey in less than an hour or so... making Philadelphia really the best place to live if you want to find the best and scariest haunted houses.

When trying to decide what haunted houses in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to visit make sure you choose the ones on the FIRST page of our directory as these are the best ones in the state.  Also make sure you vote on our poll to determine the best haunted house in Pennsylvania and tweet this page or share with facebook to help others find the scariest haunted houses in Pennsylvania.

Use the zip code finder here on Hauntworld.com to find the best and scariest haunted houses in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Use the zip code finder here on Hauntworld.com to find the best and scariest haunted houses in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

There are so many haunted houses in Pennsylvania that you can use Hauntworld.com to find, rate and review the best and scariest haunted houses in PA. Really where do you start because if we rated the top 20 or 30 haunted houses in the Nation the Philadelphia area would include 4 or 5 of the best starting with Bates Motel which has a major haunted hayride filled with special effects, a haunted mansion, corn fields, and much more.  Then you also have Eastern State Penn located in Philadelphia, PA, one of the most historic real prisons in the U.S..  Eastern State haunted house uses most of the prison to scare people, utilizing over 100 live actors attractions tens of thousands of guests each Halloween. 

Even if you don't want to visit a haunted house within the city limits of Philly you can drive to nearby Allentown, Lancaster and find major haunted houses like Jasons Woods, or Field of Screams or across the state lines to places like Baltimore where you'll find Bennets Curse or Creepywoods.  ALso not far from Philadelphia PA are haunts scattered across New Jersey and New York. 

 

Philadelphia Pennsylvania is really the best place in America to find haunted attractions and even REAL haunted houses like Pennhurst Asylum a place most agree is really haunted due to all the paranormal ghost tours, and ghost hunting that have gone on inside the building.  We featured Pennhurst Asylum here at Hauntworld you can read the article about the very scary haunted houses located just outside Philadelphia Pennsylvania Haunted House.


Please be sure to rate and review haunted houses in Pennsylvania leaving comments on this page or join our facebook page and share your experiences.  We look forward to hearing all about your best haunted experiences in Pennsylvania PA.

 

 

 

 

 

Find the best and scariest haunted houses, real haunts, Halloween attractions, Hayrides and more near or in the Philadelphia Pennsylvania area. 

 

A must see in Philadelphia is America's Most Historic Prison and once the most famous and the most expensive prison in the world, East State Penitentary.  We will agree  the Eastern State Penitentiary was known for many great things, one of them being for holding the notorious gangster, Al Capone.  What was once a building many feared and regretted ever having the pleasure of meeting.  Known to so many for its grand architecture, today it stands in ruin and crumbling cellblocks with many haunting stories and disturbing tails to go along with the history. 

 

Today Eastern State is know as one of the most haunted locations in Philadelphia.  People have reported hearing laughter, seeing shadow like figures and even some people have the feeling they are being grabbed by an invisible force.  It has been said by many that this is truly one of America's scariest placest. 

 

The infamous Betsy Ross who is known for her flag-making abilities house is in Phiadelphia.  Once just a monument to celebrate the life of Betsy Ross is now known to many as haunted.  Many are haunted by the tale of the security guard that was shot in 1980 and just left there to die.  Since that time, many of the visitors and workers have reported voices and strange noises in the house.  The home of former Betsy Ross was even featured on an episode of Ghost Hunters.  

 

 

In additional there are many ghost tours, and other real haunted house places throughout Pennsylvania.  Find the best haunted houses and more here at www.Hauntworld.com

 

 

 

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The essence of what we do in this business is simple, SCARE PEOPLE, and that is what the Bates Motel and Haunted Hayride in Gradyville, Pennsylvania is all about! I first met the owner, Randy Bates about 8 or 9 years ago and he was already at the top of his game. With three events, a Hayride, Corn Maze and Haunted House he had all the bases covered, three different ways to reach deep into the minds of his guests and make ‘em scream! In a market packed with major events he always brings in massive hordes of scared patrons every year, and weather permitting, things just keep getting better.

I had the chance to visit the Bates Motel and Haunted Hayride in the off season this year and walk the shows with Randy. Although they were still half converted to a Christmas event, his approach to shocking his guests was very clear to me. Blow them away with pure unrelenting action. After checking out the set up I could see why this event is considered one of the scariest haunted attractions in America! Classically hayrides work in a stop and show format, with the wagon pulling up to a scene and some sort of skit unfolding. Not so at his haunted hayride! This event is operated like a high throughput haunted house…once the wagons load they never stop, continuously moving through high action, high startle scenes with relentless attacks from all sides of the trail. Barrels hurl down from overhead, enormous living trees grasp at the riders from above, walls collapse, actors fly over the wagon and monsters jump on with the guests bringing the action right into their faces! Another big factor for Randy is the use of fire, with a huge dragon, a flaming gas station and exploding dynamite shack just the beginning of the pyrotechnics. His approach almost plays out like a high action stunt show with trained employees pushing the guests’ fear quotient to the limit!

Big sets and detail are also part of the winning equation at the Bates Motel. Surrounded on all sides by massive trees, the wagon rolls through enclosed barns and compounds full of buildings. After entering the mouth of a dragon and going almost 100 feet though its smoky strobe filled guts (to the pounding,  heartbeat sound of huge 1200 watt subwoofers), the wagon passes through a series of asylum style buildings. This puts the actors right on top of the wagon with inmates swarming out of every door and window! Not only were the elaborate building constructed from the ground up by Randy and his staff, all of the wood was milled right in the farm from trees on the property. Other big sets include a King Kong style village, a zombie strip mall, a haunted church with ghostly pallbearers, a toxic waste facility, and a 300 foot long cave and mine shaft filled with collapsing beams and giant monsters. And when I say monsters I mean monsters! Randy has amassed a huge collection of the biggest animatronic beasts the industry has to offer including such favorites as the Slayer, the Giant Spawn and the 17 foot tall Pumpkin King. One thing that sets this hayride apart from the others is the use of an onboard, digital soundtrack, that is choreographed to the scenes. Using 500 watt amps, MP-3 players, and full range cabinet speaker systems, the Bates Haunted Hayride adds an element found nowhere else.

After surviving the hayride guests queue up for the famous Bates Motel itself. Already rattled, they are now REALLY up close and personal with the actors. This event is high action high startle as well, with monsters getting at the patrons from every possible angle of attack. Packed with tight set dressing and special effects, guests barely have time to catch their breath before the next scare hits! Many classic haunted mansion style scenes are found inside including libraries, kitchens, multi-doored hallways and my favorite, the Trophy Room. This scene has over 30 REAL exotic animal heads from an old big game hunter’s collection. When the actor shows up with his air powered shotgun you can guess what happens next! Another thing one notices in this haunted house is the density of special effects. Everywhere are moving props, slamming doors, overhead ghosts, unusual lighting effects and illusions, including a live action CGI style ghost greeter. After a brief dip outdoors to view a haunted playground with animated swing set and merry-go-round, it’s back inside for the conclusion of the haunt. After more cavern-like twists and turns including a body bag room, the final blow off occurs, a large room with a massive sweeping staircase. Hidden here are several intense scares designed to blast the guests out of the double doors screaming. I cannot tell you what they are (One is a custom effect found ONLY here), so you need to check them out in person!

The final element is the corn maze. Entering underneath a colossal cow skull that literally swallows them up, guests begin a harrowing journey through the tightly packed stalks. Although much of the path is through a cornfield there are many other structures hidden in the rows. First is a graveyard and crypt area loaded with another of Randy’s special collections…real tombstones! Apparently he got a deal on mis-carved and out of service monuments from a local dealer after offering him a super low price for the lot. Randy said ,“Hey don’t you go to conventions where you get together with your fellow stone carvers? Think what a great story this will make, how you sold the same tombstones TWICE!“ The guy loved the idea and made the deal! After the crypt with its automated doors comes a complete house totally hidden in the corn. The entire structure is a bloody murder scene loaded with props and animations. Another large structure near the end of the maze is a walk through mine shaft, complete with flickering lanterns and crazy miners! Scattered throughout the corn are many other sets, including a western area with a black lit forge that gives the appearance of red hot coals (and the guests are gonna get branded!) not to mention the ever present swaying corn. At any time actors can suddenly appear and disappear in the stalks, making the entire journey seemingly fraught with danger, although Randy is renowned for having one of the most expansive safety programs in the haunt industry. The maze also has a background digital soundtrack playing custom erie music, that sets each customer on edge, and makes it easier to scare them.

The entire event is wildly successful, one of the consistently most heavily attended haunted attractions in the country, and ranks highly on top ten national haunt lists every year. The combination of a wooded farm location in a major market (Philadelphia), big effects, major sets, unique scares and pure adrenaline makes it an all time fan favorite. And you cannot forget the most important thing that ultimately makes a haunt likely to succeed - ask Randy why he haunts and he will lay it out plain and simple - “I love to scare people!”

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

1) How long has your event been operating? How did it begin?

We opened our first event, the Haunted Hayride, in October of 1991. We had been running hayrides on our farm for 15 years, with a 45 minute trip around the fields and forests, and ending up at a secluded bonfire pit. Since we already had the infrastructure, tractors and wagons, in place, we decided to make the jump to the haunted attraction industry. I was not aware of other attractions doing this type of ride until several years later. The first season saw us open for 6 nights, and using 4 tractors and wagons, we ran a few thousand screaming customers through the show. Even with a slow start, I could see the potential in this industry, and decided to put all my efforts into my business. 18 years later, I look back and laugh at the corny costumes, masks and scares, but I still remember the screaming, satisfied customers climbing from the wagons. In 1996, after attending the Transworld Halloween and Party Show, we made plans for a new building to house a permanent attraction, and called it the Bates Motel. That year we also incorporated under the name Agritainment, Inc. The Bates motel became an instant success, with customers dashing from the exit, screaming and laughing. In 2000, we opened our haunted Corn Maze. It isn't really a maze, but a large, haunted trail, that is set up like our haunted house, located in a corn field. Room areas with animatronics, structures, actors and lighting are connected by long dark corridors, cut through the 12' tall corn stalks. We don't want you to get lost, as that reduces our throughput. We even light the trails in some places so you can see where you are running.

2) You have always been at the forefront when it comes to helping out the industry as a whole. Why is this important to you?

I love my job, and truly like this industry as a whole. I feel it is important to the industry to help each other, especially when it comes to safety. A negligent accident, such as the fire in the Rhode Island nightclub, can have lasting ramifications on the entire industry. Look what happened to the haunted attractions in New Jersey after that fire. Many were shut down until they could comply with new fire and safety codes that were enacted because of that tragedy. I believe that by teaching safety in Haunted Houses will be positive for all of us in this business. Pennsylvania attractions are regulated and inspected by the PA Department of Agriculture, division of Ride Safety. They hold safety seminars each spring, with a major portion dedicated to fire safety. Even after being in this business for as long as I have, I learned a ton of usable, good information from this program. Another reason that I tend to help others in our industry is that I have met and made friends with people all over the world. I love networking and sharing ideas with them. Some of these have become great friends who like to get together in the off season. 

3) You have three elements, The Bates Motel, The Hayride and the Corn Maze. What is the most popular?


Our most popular event is our Haunted Hayride. I think this is true because it can accommodate families with young children. Our scariest event is the Bates Motel, with an age recommendation of over 8 years old. The Hayride is our oldest event, and is also our largest spectacle. The sets are huge, and many of them are drive through scares. These are large structures that the wagon is pulled through. They have animatronics, actors, digital sound and lighting, and are controlled by computers. All the monsters are big, and most of the sets and props are located very close to the trail. My customers tell me that it is one of a very few Haunted Hayrides that invoke screams at every spot in the trail. My theory for this is simple; attack the customers from all angles, every chance you get. You could go through this ride 10 times and it will never appear the same. There is just too much to look at on both sides of the trail. This format allows my customers to return several times a season and still have a great time. Most of my customers that come here go through the Haunted Hayride.

4) Your event is known for being very intense. What are some of your top scares?

We like to categorize our attraction as "a high action, high startle, haunted attraction". We design all three attractions to be filled with good scares, mixed with automation, sound and lighting. Our hayride begins in front of a 60' tall castle, with a drive through Dragon head, completely lit with real fire. The soundtrack begins with wind and rain, then, as the music crescendos, the tractor starts, and into the mouth you go. It is like riding a coaster, and you just went over the top. With a combination of lighting, great audio, and atmosphere, we create and environment that makes it easy to scare our customers. One of our best scares on the Hayride is our Darkwood Home for the Criminally Insane, a huge Victorian asylum, with two story structures on both sides of the trail. Lit with search lights, and low voltage spots, it is full of animatronics, one of a kind sets and five actors in straight jackets. Another of my favorite sets is the mine shaft. As the wagon enters the mine, overhead beams begin to collapse towards the customers. Using computer show controls, digital sound and DMX lighting, the entire set appears to fall on the wagon. Other scares at the Bates Motel include a custom elevator simulator, flying ghosts, a split china closet and many more. In the Corn Maze, we built a new, full size Mausoleum, with an actor flying rig, real tombstones and slamming doors.

5) You make many of your automated effects in house. How long have you been making animations, and what are a few examples?

We have a complete workshop on the premises. A full woodworking shop, metal shop, and all the parts for pneumatics, electrical, and show controls. Over the years, we have made a lot of custom effects used in all three of our attractions. One thing that sets us apart is the professional staff that works here. Our lighting and sound guy toured with Bon Jovi and did his sound board. We have professional carpenters, commercial artists, and manufacturing automation technicians. We began building props our first year. Each year they got bigger, more complicated and more interactive. A couple of props we built include a table that splits open and an actor jumps out. There is a pumpkin on the middle of the table, with the actor's head in it. I built a flying ghost that runs on a track down a hallway. We used a pneumatic motor and timed control system with an audio card. Works great every time. Another prop we built is a saw mill illusion that has an actor being cut in half. It is completely automated and quite realistic. It’s funny when you look at something like this in the shop, and wonder if you can pull off the illusion, but when the lighting and sound are just right, you can't tell it's not real.

6) I understand you have a professional foam and hard coating machine. What sorts of props and sets have you built with it? Do you make big sets for other haunters?

We bought a Gussemier Foam machine about 6 years ago. It uses 2 55 gallon drums of "product". It heats the lines and mixes part A and part B, and shoots it onto any surface you choose. We usually frame a piece with metal studs, and then cover it with stucco wire and burlap cloth. When you apply the foam, it locks this together and makes an extremely strong bond. We built several static pieces over the years, including a 15' tall skull, our 25' tall cow skull that resides in our corn maze, and catacombs in the Bates Motel. By far the biggest project we have done was to make a 200' long cave for the hayride. It is about 9' tall and 12' wide, then opens up to a big cavern at the end, where we have placed several different giant monsters. It took 5 of us 4 days to complete. It is framed with rebar and concrete wire, than covered with burlap and shot with the foam gun. Occasionally, we have been asked to make props for other attractions around the country, however that usually happens in August or September and we are too busy at that point. We have sold several pieces to other haunts.

7) Your use of fire is famous - Any dos and don’t for those interested in using fire at events?

The most important thing to remember is to be safe. Find an experienced HVAC person who knows propane, and have them build your pyrotechnics. You will also need to check with your local authority about any restrictions, and I would recommend checking with your insurance company. If possible, hire a professional pyro technician and have him make your devices. Last year, I met a pyro guy who later came over and built our exploding gas station. The idea I had was to have a car smashed into a tree (since we are in the woods) with smoke pouring out of the engine compartment. Suddenly, a fire starts at the car, and then trails along the ground to the gas pumps. We bought two real pumps that were out of service. When the flames reached the pump, it explodes, sending a huge ball of fire into the air. The video can be seen on our website. The cool thing about this set is that it is completely automated, using Prop-1 controls. The actor hits the start button, and activates the sequence. The main thing to remember is to be safe when using pyro stunts. ALWAYS have an extinguisher close by, with someone who knows how to use it.

8) There are many well known haunted events in your area. Any particular reason they are so popular there?

We were one of the first to open in the Philly area. Jason's Woods was open in Lancaster, and another hayride was running about an hour north of us. As our business took off, others began entering the scene. Now, there are over 12 major attractions located within 100 miles of our place. There are also hundreds of small, charity haunts that are open for a few nights each year. I think one of the reasons that haunted attractions have become so popular here is the massive amount of advertising that goes on. Each large attraction dumps hundreds of thousands of dollars into marketing, and our customers are bombarded all October. This has raised the awareness of such attractions, and made them popular. A group of us have banded together to for 13 Haunts. This group makes bulk purchases and does a lot of cooperative marketing, thus lowering the amount we need to do on an individual basis.

9) What sort of staff does it take to pull off your event every night?


Most of our staff returns each year because we have learned to treat them well. We provide costumes, makeup, jackets, flashlights, flares, parking lot pinnies, and anything they need to perform their job. They are also put on a payroll system and get a regular paycheck each week. We hire about 180 staff members each year. 100 are actors and entertainers, with the remainder being support staff. With a production like this, we need a pretty big security staff, so we hire off duty police officers. We have full time EMTs on site as well. Other support staff includes parking lot attendants, traffic control, ticket sales, and ticket takers, loading and unloading for the hayride, tractor drivers and concession staff. We operate with s system of managers for each part of our event. Managers include parking, security, concessions, maintenance for each event, mechanical for the tractors and wagons; make up, costumes and acting. This really takes the burden off of my wife and me. I am very proud of the employees we have as they are dedicated, team players.

10) Who are some of the key staff at your event?


We have a HVAC manager named Mike Hearn, who has been with me since 1992. He can build just about anything out of steel, and makes most of our pyro props. John Brady did the sound for Jon Bon Jovi and John Melanchamp, and now handles the audio, sound and automation controls here. John also is a main player in our Christmas hayride. His wife, Kelly runs our concession stand and gift shop. Casey Grant has been building sets here since 2000. He has vast experience in carpentry. Todd Beringer is the operations manager for Amoroso Bakery, in Philadelphia, and brings a huge knowledge of automation to our show. Sam Bonsall is a commercial artist who works in a downtown office during the day. Harley Newton is the chief pathologist for the Bronx Zoo. She helps design and paint sets and props. Chris Polito and Marissa Giametteo are professional makeup artists. Jo Anna Van Thyne is the actor manager, and has a background in theatre. Jon Walsh and Charlie Conrad run the corn maze. A couple of brothers started last year. Shawn and Bob Sieger help with set design, painting and molding props. My sons, Ben and Drew, help during the summer, and my wife, Anne handles payroll and financials.  Many other people come out each year to help set up and run the show.

11) I understand your event is held on a working farm…what sorts of farming are you involved in?


The farming is really small time compared to the entertainment part of our business; however, we still raise game birds, sheep and chickens. We harvest hay and straw, and other crops, in order to keep our agricultural status. Other events include farm tours and pumpkin patches, as well as regular hayrides to a bonfire. Even though we are located just a few minutes from downtown Philadelphia, we still have that rural feeling. My wife and kids all help on the farm, and work the events too.


12) You have a large well known Christmas show now. Is that a popular event?

We started our Holiday Hayride two years ago. It includes a hayride through the rolling hills of the farm, with giant light displays, snow machines and live reindeer. A Santa's workshop includes 20 animatronic elves building toys, a real beard Santa, and several other Christmas displays. It's pretty funny as many of our Christmas customers have been to the Bates Motel. They are very tentative when entering Santa's workshop, as it is located in a section of our haunt! We also sell Christmas trees, wreaths and decorations. It really funny when my boys crank up the chain saw (with the blade on) to trim the trees. The Holiday Hayride is growing in popularity and we hope to grow it into a much larger event.

13) Where do you see the haunt industry headed in the next few years?

I think the haunted attraction industry will have some ups and downs in the next few years. Everything is getting very high tech, and customers are looking for more "wow". I believe we will need to add bigger and better props and scares, and move towards newer high tech advertising, and other types of promotions. Those who do not grow with the industry, and make changes, will be left in the dust. I also see a big jump in cooperative marketing. If you are in an area where there are other haunted attractions, try to team up with them to make the public aware of this industry.

 

 

 
     
 

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