Find the biggest, best, and scariest haunted hayrides in NEW YORK. New York has some of the biggest and best Hayrides some of which feature other attractions such as haunted houses. Most attractions which feature a hayride often times have other attraction that aren't scary especially if the attraction is a pumpkin patch. A Halloween family friendly attraction would probably feature a non-scary hayride and also might include corn mazes, pony rides, pick your own pumpkins and much more. There are two very different types of hayrides the scary and the non-scary. A scary haunted hayride will almost always feature other attractions from a haunted forest, haunted houses, to all sorts of scary zones meant to make people SCREAM! The big haunted hayrides almost always feature tons of live actors, amazing detail, sets, special fx, some feature pyro and much more. Make sure when you search for a haunted hayride you are specific in your search. There are also new types of haunted hayrides called Zombie Paintball hayrides which are interactive where guests shoot and kill Zombies from hayrides.Look in our Pick Your Own Pumpkin or Corn Maze directory to find the non-scary hayrides. But if you want non-stop thrills and edge of your seat chills look here on these pages or within our haunted house directory to find big over the top haunted hayrides.
Event Profile : New York >> New York Haunted Hayride
Ten Thirty One Productions (TTO), the worldwide leader in producing live horror attractions, will bring the most popular Halloween attraction in the country, Los Angeles Haunted Hayride, to New York City this October for the first time ever. The wildly popular attraction annually held in Los Angeles, led Mark Cuban to make the largest investment in “Shark Tank” history followed by another investment by Entertainment giant, Live Nation. TTO will now be bringing its biggest and best scares from seven years of haunting the west coast to the east coast for the most horrifying experience in town.
Located at Randall’s Island Park, which historically has been home to real-life asylums and psychiatric hospitals, New York Haunted Hayride will embark on its traditional tractor drawn, hay filled wagons through a high-octane fantasy world that exploits the most disturbing fears living in us all. Patrons can expect to encounter terror from all sides and angles through enchanted Halloween portals of ghostly apparitions, demonic possessions, orphanages of burnt children, creatures of leviathan proportion, psychopathic clowns and much more. Don’t miss the most highly-anticipated Halloween attraction of the year and what’s been called “Terrifying & Awesome.”
Tickets for the New York Haunted Hayride start at $35 for General Admission and VIP Admission for $50. TICKETS GO ON SALE ON TUESDAY, JULY 21. Save $5 on Wednesday and Thursday with Super Saver tickets (limited availability). Private wagons, which include VIP status, can be purchased for $995. Group rates are also available. For more information on tickets, hours and directions, please visit www.newyorkhauntedhayride.com for complete details.