Haunted Fun 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.
Folklore Haunted House has three ultra-scary haunted experiences: An ancient Haunted Manor, the abandoned Asylum 67 and Chromophobia, a terrifying 3D Mardi Gras celebration. Not recommended for children under 12. Through Nov. 2.
Brave your way through the different areas of this scary haunted house with “extreme” haunts, or experience the new Clown Haus, a horrifying carnival attraction. Participants must sign a waiver. Through Nov. 2.
Constructed from a winding labyrinth of shipping containers, visitors enter the interactive world of “The Shadows,” where creatures feed off the energy created by fear and anxiety. Through Nov. 2.
The woods come to life every weekend when the sun sets at Yule Forest. This chilling attraction includes three experiences: a haunted house, the Annihilator thrill ride and a haunted trail with an interactive zombie combat zone. Through Oct. 27; Oct. 31.
Choose from two haunts at Netherworld: Night of the Gorgon or Cold Blooded. Both attractions are filled with terrifying live actors, movie-quality special effects and monsters. Through Nov. 3; Nov. 8-9.
Take a partially-guided tour of some of the creepier filming locations from “Stranger Things,” like Hopper’s cabin in the woods and Merrill’s pumpkin patch. Visitors can also experience the nighttime corn mazeThrough Oct. 26.
When the sun goes down and the moon rises, experience a wickedly fun nighttime journey into the Dark Rows corn field. This classic scare experience is family friendly. Fri. and Sat. in Oct.