8 Can’t Miss Orlando Haunted Houses

Stay safe this year and experience one of these truly unique local haunted houses.

Stay safe this year and experience one of these truly unique local haunted houses. From camp-themed haunts to captivating tales of Gator Kings, these unique, local attractions are sure to put you in the Halloween Spirit.

A Petrified Forest | Altamonte Springs

NEW: Limited dates from October 15 – October 31. A Petrified Forest was voted one of “Top “Must-See” Haunted Houses in Florida for 2019″ in Scare Factor’s haunt-goers voter poll! This year there is a strong possibility of a wait time upon entering the trails. Throughout time, great sorcerers attempted to summon past and present forces but failed horrifically, that is until now. Forrick, the most sinister mage, pierced the vale and summoned history’s darkest forces. This year, experience three petrifying trails presented by our time traveling host. Plunge deep into the Dark Forest teeming with horrors defended by its own sorceress, be snatched back in time to a twisted carnival run by a brutal ringmaster, and finally fast forward to a groovy time in a seemingly innocent summer camp.

Face The Fear House | Longwood

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Four Nights In October: Face the Fear doesn’t use the blood and gore you’d expect from a haunted house. Instead, this haunted attraction offers an intriguing backstory and plot. Last year’s theme was pirate themed in Longwood. For 2020, it’s the tale of The Gator King! $13.00 for adults | $6.00 for children.

The Haunted Road | Orlando

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September 25 – November 7: The Haunted Road is a new completely contactless Halloween experience is coming to Central Florida. Get ready to journey into a world of disarray as you experience Orlando’s first drive-thru Halloween event.
Unrestricted Version:
Seeking even more thrills? An intense version of The Haunted Road featuring even more gore and horror is available November 6 – 7 only for guests 18+ years old.
Family Friendly Version:
They’re also offering a family-friendly daytime version on select dates. Celebrate all the tricks and treats of Halloween from the comfort and safety of your own vehicle at The Haunted Road Family Friendly Experience. This not-too-scary adventure takes you and your family on a lively journey through the Enchanted Forest, where you’ll meet some of your favorite fairy tale creatures. Get ready for tons of fun, storytelling, music, dancing, and a contactless sweet treat at The Haunted Road Family Friendly Experience.

SCREAM-A-GEDDON Horror Park | Dade City

September 18 – November 1: SCREAM-A-GEDDON is Florida’s Premier Horror Park featuring several haunted house attractions. The houses are HUGE, visual marvels, and the actors are top notch. And don’t miss the new Ravenhill Asylum House for 2020! Ravenhill Aylum is an interactive attraction. Visitors entering Ravenhill Asylum will be faced with an important decision: Should you explore the asylum and just watch the action? Or should you “mark” yourself to truly interact with the creatures within? Those who opt-in for a truly interactive experience may be sent into hidden rooms, removed from their group or even forced to remain. This event is not for the faint of heart. Don’t say we didn’t warn YOU!

Scream N’ Stream | Kissimmee

Weekends beginning September 25 – October 31: Experience Orlando’s ultimate socially-distanced Halloween event, Scream N’ Stream, with two options; a friendly drive-thru Trick or Treat trail with contactless candy or a scary Drive-Thru Haunt in the dead of night. The whole family will enjoy socially distanced Trick-or-Treating along a one-mile road. Meet friendly characters. Enjoy fun Halloween music. And most importantly: contactless candy! If you choose the scary option, slowly drive your car straight into a horror movie. This 25 minute experience along a 1.2 mile dark forest road goes by live performers, scenic, props, lighting, and audio. Do you dare take the drive?

Tunnel of the Damned | Orlando

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Select Nights In October: The main attraction at the “Orlando Forum of Fear” is the haunted maze, designed and executed by creative horror masterminds Patrick Braillard and Kim Gromoll, both formerly behind many of the most infamous mazes at Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Florida. The attraction, recommended for ages 13 and up, will feature 20 masked actors and will wind 480 linear feet of horrifying madness through the venue. Throughout the season the maze will morph from the ‘Tunnel of the Damned’ to the ‘City Overtaken’ and will conclude with ‘Apocalypse,’ giving fear fans a reason to come back over and over again for new scares and frights.
The Dark Séance is a thrilling, five-star dining and theatrical experience that will stimulate all of your senses and leave you on the edge of the seat. Join us for an unforgettable and unearthly night of intrigue as your host takes you on a journey into the darkness that will up your dread and send chills down your spine.​​​

Mortem Manor | Kissimmee

Journey through Mortem Manor, two floors an old Victorian themed haunted attraction filled with scares, thrills and fun. Featuring live actors, animatronics and state-of-the-art special effects. Mortem Manor is open year-round just outside Orlando!

Stage Fright Carnival of Frights | Leesburg

Select Nights In October: Stage Fright is Leesburg’s premiere haunted attraction. A walk through haunted attraction that takes place inside the Melon Patch theatre on select nights in October.
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