2016 Top Haunted Houses & Attractions for Washington DC - Haunts.com
June 30, 2017 By Haunts.com
2016 Washington DC Must See Attractions > 2016 Must See Attractions in the US
With dozen of haunts calling Washington DC home, it wasn't easy to pick such a short list of Haunted Attractions for the Must See Washington DC Haunts that gave locals heart-pounding fun during the 2016 Halloween Season.
With so many scary-good attractions throughout Washington DC, it's hard to visit them all in just one Halloween Season. To make things a bit easier for when locals go searching for a Haunted Attraction to check out this year, Haunts.com has put together a list of Must See Haunted Attractions throughout Washington DC and nearby that received outstanding customer reviews and ratings in the 2016 Halloween Season. Take a look at the list below so you don't miss out on the biggest and baddest scares of the 2017 Halloween Season!
Top Pick for the 2016 Halloween Season: Laurel's House of Horror - Laurel, MD
Located on Fairlawn Avenue in Laurel, Laurel's House of Horror features an array of Halloween Season fun for thrill seekers to take on. Journey through an abandoned movie theater infested with terrifying scenes from your favorite horror movies. In 2016, Laurel's House featured a new attraction, Georgetown Alley, along with the Industrial Warehouse, the Carnevil of Madness, and The Unknown - all located in four separately themed areas.
Along with the Haunted House fun, Laurel's House of Horror also offers four Escape Rooms for those who want to enjoy a challenge. Visitors can choose from Escape The Movies, Seven Deadly Sins, Good vs. Evil and Resident Horror, or they can try out all four!
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While these haunts may not have snagged the #1 Spot for the 2016 Halloween Season, the race was tight, and all of our Top Haunts for 2016 are worth visiting this season if you can!
301 Devil's Playground - Galena, MD
Located in Galena, 301 Devil's Playground offers three terrifying haunted attractions at one great location. Rated the #1 Rated Overall Attraction on MarylandHauntedHouses.com in 2015, 301 Devil's Playground features Barn of Torture, House of Hell and the Zombie Paintball Ride where visitors get to test out their shooting skills on the undead!
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Haunted Nightmares - Winchester, VA
Located in Winchester on Hill High Farm, Haunted Nightmares boasts over 4,600 square feet of pure terror for thrill seekers to enjoy during the Halloween Season. A Top 10 Rated Attraction Nominee on VirginiaHauntedHouses.com in 2015, this high energy Haunted Attraction not only delivers frightening fun to locals, they also have daytime shows that are a little less intense for younger audiences to enjoy.
Then there's 'The Last Ride,' a "buried alive" simulator for those brave enough to jump inside a casket to experience the feeling of being buried alive. Once you've braved the attraction and maybe even The Last Ride, visitors can take 3D photos in the photo booth and take them home as a souvenir! And if you get hungry after all the scares, Haunted Nightmares offers a concession trailer that is open every night, featuring delicious food and beverages. With an array of entertainment, this Winchester attraction is one you don't want to miss out on!
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Valley of the Haunted - White Hall, MD
Located at Camp Hidden Valley, Valley of the Haunted provides thrill seekers with a unique haunting experience. The attractions a 1.2 mile walking trail through the deep dark woods, infested with creepy creatures of all kinds. The attraction also offers "Little Haunts Sundays" for the younger crowed to enjoy the seasonal fun with trick or treating on the trail, games, crafts, pumpkin picking, hay maze, costume contest and more!
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Haunted Trail Arundle Fire Department - Gambrills, MD
This family friendly haunted attraction has Halloween Season fun for those of all ages and is presented by Backyard Beast Productions. All proceeds from the attraction benefit the Arundel Volunteer Fire Department and those who bring a non-perishable food item will be supporting the local food bank.
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Twisted Fields of Terror - Prince Frederick, MD
Twisted Fields of Terror features three horrifying attractions at one location. There's the Z-Pocalypse Paintball Hayride, a zombie infested ride where visitors can shoot paintballs at the undead, Cannibal Creek Haunted Trail, a journey that will gives thrill seekers a look into the local Griner Brothers Family's macabre lifestyle and the Twisty's Twisted Corn Maze, where monsters lurk around each corner!
Haunted Hill Haunted Trail and Hayride - Partlow, VA
The Haunted Hill, a Top Rated Attraction on VirginiaHauntedHouses.com for the second year in a row, this Haunted Attraction features a variety of screams for thrill seekers to brave during the Halloween time. First, you'll be taken in a hay wagon, and dropped off in the deep, dark woods, where you'll journey through almost a mile of mazes, ghouls and other horrifying scenes. This trail and hayride is not for the faint of heart, so beware as you enter...
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House of Zombies - Edgewater, MD
Edgewater's House of Zombies features a haunted maze and haunted zombie house. Haunt-goers can expect mind twisting scares and a number of terrifying special effects. Do you have what it takes to make it through both attractions? You never know who you may come face to face with...
Scream City - Washington, DC
Located on East Capital Street in DC, Scream City Haunted House features two indoor haunted attractions at one great location - the RFK Stadium/DC Armory. In 2016, thrill seekers took on Exorcism Estate and Slaughter Factory. When entering the Victorian Mansion that is the Exorcism Estate, haunt-goers will be immersed into a place where pure evil resides. And in the Slaughter Factory is where loud, crashing, rusty gears are used to grind and rip the flesh off the bone of animals being slaughtered. Will you have what it takes to brave both Scream City attractions?
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Fort Howard Haunted Dungeons - Fort Howard, MD
This haunted attraction is operated by The Edgemere Sparrows Point Recreation Council (E.S.P.) and they've been delivering tons of terror to Fort Howard locals for over 30 years. Thrill seekers can enjoy a 1-2 hour walking tour that includes a venture through the haunted woods and through the damp and dark X-Military Bunkers where restless souls reside. And after you take on the scares, you can enjoy food, drinks, hot chocolate and dungeon dogs!
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Shocktober - Leesburg, VA
Located in Leesburg, Virginia, Shocktober is a haunted attraction that takes place inside an actual haunted building! Paxton Manor has been a known spot in Virginia for paranormal activity, and Shocktober will take thrill seekers through its ghostly rooms and halls. The event also features a separate tour that descends into the spooky basement of the manor!
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