The 6 Best Haunted Attractions in Virginia!
Prepare to be scared! In Virginia, you’ll find a variety of haunted attractions designed to make you jump. From haunted trails with hay rides and clown freak shows, to mysterious manors filled with spooky surprises, you’ll want to walk through them all. For world-class production value, check out these excellent haunts in Virginia!
Haunted Nightmares is located on Hill High Farm in Winchester, Virginia, and is always ranked amongst the top Halloween attractions in the state. Experience being buried alive, come during the day for a kid-friendly version, or brave the darkness for a terrifying treat.
The Haunted Hill in Partlow, Virginia, offers almost a mile of terrifying trails, a carnival clown freak show, zombies, hay rides, mazes, and a proper haunted house. In other words: everything you’ll need to have a frightful time.
Gravensteen, at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, takes up 40,000 square-feet and includes “The Legends of Halloween” haunted house. The haunted house is built inside of “an abandoned and haunted building,” according to their website, making for the perfect location for a Halloween well-spent.
The Death Trail in Dumfries, Virginia, includes haunted woods filled with demented clowns, hungry zombies, the criminally insane, and more. The Death Trail is part of the Montclair Tabernacle Church, and may include Christian messages. But if that doesn’t bother you, then it’s certainly worth the trip.
The Haunted Hunt Club Farm in Virginia Beach, Virginia, is an annual delight. Visitors from all over the Tidewater area come to experience the Haunted Hayride, Field of Screams, and Village of the Dead. Enjoy carnival food, rides, and more, too.
St. Albans Sanatorium presents the Mayhem Manor haunted house. With a tagline like “Pay to get in. Pray to get out,” what more do you need to know? That pretty much says it all. We’ll pray for you, too.