Massachusetts October 18, 2017
7 Haunted Houses In Massachusetts That Will Terrify You In The Best Way
October brings changing leaves and pumpkin spice, but it’s also the time for getting spooked silly at haunted houses. Massachusetts has quite a few terrifyingly good haunted attractions to pick from, and we’ve already highlighted some of the scariest. Here are a few more of our favorites.
1. Factory of Terror, Worcester & Fall River
This haunted house will (almost) scare the life out of you. Billed as New England’s premier haunted house, this spot is an indoor attraction that features realistic, detailed rooms and cutting-edge special effects. Professional actors and horrifying make-up and prosthetics make your experience here one straight out of a movie.
(344 Franklin Street, Worcester)
2. Barrett’s Haunted Mansion, Abington
Barrett’s Haunted Mansion is not for the faint of heart. Redesigned yearly to keep things creepy, this haunted house features two attractions: The Compound and Haunted Mansion. General admission is $30 and covers both attractions. (1235 Bedford Street, Abington)
3. Fear Town Haunted House, Seekonk
Fear Town Haunted House is a huge outdoor haunted house that is tucked away deep in the woods by the Seekonk Speedway. As you progress through the decaying buildings of a spooky town, monsters and other terrifying residents will try to keep you in Fear Town for good. This attraction is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. (1710 Fall River Avenue, Seekonk)
4. Witch Mansion, Salem
Head to Witch Mansion in Salem for a spooky experience that can be customized to fit your "scare level." You’ll be led by a spectral guide through a hallway of bones and into a labyrinth of witches, ghosts and vampires. You can choose your level of fright, making this perfect for people who don’t want to be scared silly. (186 Essex Street, Salem)
5. Chambers of Terror, Salem
Chambers of Terror is an indoor haunted house that will give you some seriously devilish thrills. Featuring ghouls, demons, monsters and an evil clown, this haunted house should be approached with caution.
(59 Wharf Street, Salem)
6. Lakeville Haunted House, Lakeville
Evil spirits roam the dark of Lakeville Haunted House. If you have the courage to enter, this haunted attraction will surround you with eerie sights and sounds. This haunted attraction runs on Fridays and Saturdays and tickets are $15 per person. (28 Precinct Street, Lakeville)
7. Hammond Castle, Gloucester
For four nights only, Hammond Castle opens for terribly spooky castle tours in the dark. This haunted house is like nothing else as you’ll get to experience a real-life castle as well as get a big dose of the creeps. This event is happening on October 20, 21, 27 and 28 and is $15 per person.
(80 Hesperus Avenue, Gloucester)
Be sure to check out more of the best haunted attractions in Massachusetts
here. Where’s your favorite place to get spooked in the Bay State?