Find Haunted Houses in New Hampshire including Halloween haunted houses, haunted hayrides, corn mazes, Screamparks, Haunted Hotels, ghost tours and much more. New Hampshire features some of the scariest haunted houses and even real haunted houses in America. Use our directory to find a haunted house near you!
Hauntworld Reviews New Hampshire Haunted Houses
Welcome to our New Hampshire Haunted House and Halloween Attraction page where you can find all sorts of haunted houses in New Hampshire. Some of our favorite haunted houses in New Hampshire are located on this page. Listed below are some of the best haunts you can find in the state of New Hampshire. If you know of a haunted house, haunted hayride, ghost tour, real haunted house, haunted attraction, scary attraction, or Halloween attraction in New Hampshire please refer those attractions to our site so they may create a FREE listing. If you you would like to review one of the attractions we have listed please create an account. Once you create a user account you may post your reviews and rate any haunted houses on our system.
One of the scariest haunted houses in New Hampshire is Fright Kingdom in Nashua, New Hampshire features two seperate haunted attractions in one location. Bloodmare Manor and Psycho Circus. All of your worst nightmares will be brought to reality once you enter their gates. Screaming won't help it will only make it worse. Visit them online to see for yourself at www.frightkingdom.com
Nightmare New England is another New Hampshire haunted house that you won't want to miss this year two attractions in one location. A massive 20 acre scream park where your worst fears are brought to life. Think you can sirvive being buried alive, at Nightmare New England they put you to the test and do just that, you will smell the decay feel the bugs and the terror doesn't stop there. Click here to see more www.nightmarenewengland.com
In Lee, New Hampshire you will stumble into the darkness known as The Haunted Overload, voted as one of America's Best Haunted Houses. the Grim Reaper is searching for new souls to capture and torture, yours might be next on his list. If you don't think you can handle it maybe you should stop by during the day for a less scary expereince for deatils visit their website at, www.hauntedoverload.com
Another awesome haunted house in New Hampshire is Dead Acres in Epping, New Hampshire. Four seperate haunted attractions including Skeleton Saloon and Hotel where the guests that didn't survive before you lurk to show you just how burtial their deaths were. If that doesn't having you running a quarter mile walk through the woods at night where mass murders are in search of their next victims might. To see more click here www.hauntedacresnh.com
At The Ghoullog in North Conway, New Hampshire you will witness and feel haunted happenings that are sure to scare the hardiest of men and leave them screaming in sheer horror. What you will see once you are inside is like nothing you have ever seen before. You won't know if it is your eyes seeing ghost of real monsters there to attack you. Click here for more details www.cranmore.com/ghoullog
In Gilford, New Hampshire you will find Morbid Mountian taking you through three seperate haunted mazes where if you get lost your soul will never be found. All three of these terrifying mazes come to you at one low price. Monster will chase you. Zombies will try and eat you and chainsaw mass murders will try to kill you. Run as fast as you can. Don't believe us visit them online to see for yourself at www.morbidmountian.com
Also in Massachusetts is Factory of Terror where the gears of terror are grinding, don't get too close or all that will remain is a pile of guts that used to be YOU! You will enter into the darkness and be begging to be let back into the light. Focus closely or the things that go bump in the night will get you. Visit them online at www.factoryofterror.com for more.
New Hampshire loves to scream so please be our guest and click on the profiles for Halloween attractions in New Hampshire listed above.
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