Haunts.com's 2018 Top Haunted Attractions for Virginia
September 23, 2019 By Chelsea T.
2018 Virginia Must See Attractions > 2018 Must See Attractions in the US
With dozen of haunts calling Virginia home, it wasn't easy to pick such a short list of Haunted Attractions for the Must See Virginia Haunts that gave locals heart-pounding fun during the 2018 Halloween Season. Tons of terror was delivered all season long to thrill seekers, whether they resided in Richmond, were looking for frightening fun in Arlington, or thrills and chills in Virginia Beach, the seasonal fun was endless!
With so many scary-good attractions throughout Old Dominion, 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 Virginia that received outstanding customer reviews and ratings in the 2018 Halloween Season. Take a look at the list below so you don't miss out on the biggest and baddest scares of the 2019 Halloween Season!
Top Pick for the 2018 Halloween Season: Haunted Hill Haunted Trail and Hayride - Partlow, VA
The Haunted Hill in Partlow takes the number one spot for the 2018 Halloween Season! 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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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 2018 are worth visiting this season if you can!
Shocktober - Leesburg, VA
At Shocktober in Leesburg, visitors can take on Carlheim Manor and its basement, Carnival of Souls. Infested with creepy creatures and mad monsters of all kinds, thrill seekers are sure to get their dose of frightening fun by visiting. Don't miss out on the fresh and frightening scares that await for the 2019 Halloween Season!
Gravensteen Haunted House - Fort Belvoir, VA
Gravensteen Haunted House in Fort Belvoir boasts 40,000 square feet of space, more than enough to make your heart race! Featuring scares at every corner with high quality actors, make-up artists, set designs and themed background stories that suck the audience into the experience, Horror enthusiasts will love the flavor of frights!
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. 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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Creepy Hollow Scream Park - Glen Allen, VA
This Scream Park offers a series of hair-raising attractions that are created to take its visitors into the horrifying depths of Creepy Hollow, where you'll experience first hand the horrors of Dr. Ulysses S. Farrington's experiments in the Scream Forest. If you're brave enough to make it all the way through, you'll be faced with the Bedlam House, a haunted house full of terrifying surprises!
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St. Albans Sanatorium - Radford, VA
St. Albans Sanatorium in Radford isn't for the faint of heart. You never know who or what you'll come face to face with while wandering the halls of this eerie sanatorium. Grab some of your bravest friends and take on the terror together this Halloween Season!
Weber City's Warehouse is an indoor haunted attraction that offers extreme insanity throughout! Be sure to visit in 2019 and check out the new scares that are in store for visitors this year.
The Death Trail - Dumfries, VA
Prince William County's Death Trail features a spooky walk through the dark woods, where zombies, demented clowns, and other monsters from your very worst nightmares are lurking. Along with this terrifying venture, The Death Trail also offers a special Kids Night where the little ones can enjoy some trick or treating and toned-down scares. And then there's the Escape Room for those who want to take on a fun challenge after taking on the terror at The Death Trail!
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Haunted Woods of Hoover Ridge - Madison, VA
The Haunted Woods of Hoover Ridge features a quarter mile trail that includes tunnels and eerie woods. Infested in those woods are some creatures you may not want to come face to face with... so beware!
A Haunting at Greenbrier Farms - Chesapeake, VA
This 26,000 square foot Haunted Attraction uses Hollywood quality sets and scenes to scare both adults and children. The storyline of the attraction is based on the tragic events that took place in Winchester in the 1970s and visitors will experience the true horror that transpired during that time. A local area man's body was found mutilated on Route 531 and the events that occurred after would change the community forever...
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