America’s Most Terrifying Scream Park Returns this Fall!
New England’s legendary SpookyWorld presents Nightmare New England—20 bone chilling, hair-raising acres of horror, scares, and unforgettable characters.
Situated outside along the wooded banks and breathtaking foliage of the Merrimack River, SpookyWorld/Nightmare New England immerses visitors deep into the dark, creepy history that borne this twisted trail of terror. Located in Litchfield, N.H. (just 45 minutes north of Boston), this nationally acclaimed Scream Park offers something for everyone-- six original, award-winning haunted attractions, restaurants, bars, and more. The Monster Midway plays host to sideshow attractions, live music, zombie paintball, go-kart racing, mini-golf, laser tag, laser maze, concessions, tarot card readings, a fire pit, and more! The park provides ample parking and can easily accommodate bus groups.
With six terrifying haunted attractions, hundreds of nightmarish characters, and the most frightening atmosphere around, visitors from all 50 states have proven that at SpookyWorld / Nightmare New England Halloween is not just a holiday but a destination.
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SpookyWorld is ranked one of the best fright factories in the U.S. and last year, Yahoo Travel named it the World’s Scariest Theme Park. In 2008, ‘09, ‘10 and ‘11, the Scream Park was listed among the “Top 12 Eerie Elite” in the nation by “America’s Best Haunts,” the eminent authority on thrill attractions. Haunted Attraction magazine named SpookyWorld one of the “25 Must-See Haunted Attractions”. The scream park is also featured in a newly released book Spooky Creepy Boston, by Nicholas Goodwin.
“SpookyWorld is deadly serious business”
– Boston Phoenix
“Nightmare is a dream come true – worth the trip for chills and thrills”
– Boston Metro
“The fear and terror at SpookyWorld is all in good fun” – Boston Herald
“Just the thought is enough to raise the hair on the back of the neck and lodge a queasy feeling in the pit of the stomach” – The Union Leader
“When the ticket taker asks if you have problems with claustrophobia, be honest. This place will leave you gasping.” - Boston Herald
“Forty acres of frightful excitement, what more could you ask for?”
– The Boston Globe