Haunting Experiences for Older Kids
Truly frightening experiences await brave-hearted souls at these haunted attractions! Most recommend purchasing tickets in advance. Click here for Atlanta Parent’s list of top Halloween events around Atlanta.
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Walk through the village filled with scenes of Halloween scares with a PG and a PG-13 tour. Oct. 21.
This nighttime adventure is only lit by the light of the moon for a spooky, haunted trail through the cornfield. Through Oct. 28.
This walk-through attraction includes a haunted house themed after human phobias, a psych ward, clowns and a zombie apocalypse wasteland. Through Nov 4.
Watch your back in the Scare Zones, walk through a haunted house, listen to a spooky sing-a-long and more featuring the scariest frights by night. Through Oct. 29.
Special Halloween attractions include a haunted house experience and a haunted maze. Through Oct. 31.
This outdoor haunt features a cursed village, and The Courtyard is a carnival-style midway with games, food and music. Through Oct. 28.
This outdoor haunt features a tour of a village cursed by evil forces. Through Oct. 28.
The 1931 classic horror film is brought to life with a vibrant score and The Atlanta Opera. Oct. 28.
This haunted house features two terrifying experiences for the brave to try to conquer. Through Nov. 4.
Three different scary experiences include “The Manor,” “Maximum Overload” and “Midway of Mayhem.” Through Nov. 4.
Explore two thrilling haunted houses, “The Undying Horror” and “Parasitic,” before enjoying the midway with classic Halloween delights. Through Nov. 11.
Explore the filming sites for “The Walking Dead” or “Stranger Things,” or go a 90-minute stroll to see Senoia’s spirits. See website for dates.
This outdoor escape room adventure includes a themed “Stranger Things” game, navigating a cursed forest, discovering an antidote to a terrible virus or outsmarting hunters who are trying to find your group. See website for dates.