Ready for Spooky Season? Our Picks for the Best Haunted Houses in Arizona
I don't know about you, but I'm over this heat and ready for fall in Arizona. Fall means cooler temps, but I'm most excited for the thrills and chills as we gear up for Halloween.
If you're ready to check out the array of haunted houses in Arizona, we've got some of the best. Start the season right with our list of the Best Haunted Houses in the state!
You'll find screams, jump scares, and a scary good time at every turn with our top picks for the best haunted houses in Arizona. How many will you visit?
1. Can you Escape the Slaughterhouse in Tucson?
The Slaughterhouse started as a meatpacking plant in the 1950s. It was transformed into what has become one of the most exciting haunted houses in the state of Arizona back in 2009. The Slaughterhouse has five bone-chilling attractions designed to give you different levels of fear and fright.
Check out the infested Boiler Room, Cirque du Slay, City Meats, The Apocalypse, and the demented Voodoo Bayou. Grab tickets in advance.
2. Don't Miss the Terror of the 13th Floor in Phoenix
USA Today called The 13th Floor one of the "TOP 5 MOST TERRIFYING HAUNTED HOUSES IN THE U.S.A."
Your nightmares come alive on the 13th Floor. Fans have deemed this "the ultimate haunted attraction". And lucky you, you don't have to drive far to experience it!
Check out two floors filled with terrifying scenes at every turn. Run and hide from zombies and clowns, vampires and werewolves. We dare you not to scream!
Grab your tickets to the 13th Floor in advance and skip the lines. They also have group rates.
3. Your Nightmares Come to Life at Fear Farm in Phoenix
This is definitely not the quaint little haunted house your high school drama club put together. Fear Farm is located on a real farm. It turns into a haunted carnival atmosphere each night throughout the fall.
Fear Farm offers five different attractions, Chop House, NukeTown, Legends of the Deep, All Hallows Eve, and Outcast Carnival.
And it doesn't stop there. Fear Farm really IS a farm, after all. Be sure to check out the haunted corn maze and the haunted hayride.
Fear Farm offers a Fast Pass option to skip the line. Get your tickets before you go and save yourself some time.
4. Prepare Yourself for Nightfall at Old Tucson Studios
Don't miss the terrorizing fun at Nightfall at Old Tucson Studios.
The website sets the stage: "Terror has returned! Jebediah Hyde is back, more powerful than ever, and in control of the town of Nightfall. Hyde has discovered the power to raise the dead and he’s building his own army of the undead. Will we be able to stop him?"
Countless movies have been filmed at Old Tucson Studios, including The Quick and the Dead in 1995. Nightfall brings all the theatrical goodness to an in-person experience.
Grab your tickets before you go, and have a scary good time!
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