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Haunted Houses In Metro Detroit

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There is no spooky season without a spook (or two).  Encounter all things that go bump in the night at one of the haunted attractions across Metro Detroit!

 

*Please note that not all of these locations are suitable for all ages.

 

Blake’s Apple Orchard Haunted Barn (Armada)

Navigate all three floors of Blake’s Haunted Barn as you come face to face with all that goes bump in the night.

 

Game of Bones (Fowlerville)

Featuring a haunted house, two escape rooms, and a haunted maze, Slaughterhouse Adventure is sure to scare even the most avid horror fans.  The attraction provides a modern twist to haunted attractions, with Pennywise the Clown, Chucky, and more waiting beyond the entrance.  For those who don’t want as much of a scare, or a more kid-friendly activity, the Grand River Corn Maze is fall fun for the whole family.

 

Bonadeo Farms Full Moon Manor & Field of Screams (Highland)

Brave creaking floors, rapid temperature changes, and creatures sure to haunt your nightmares in the Haunted House, or grab your friends and a flashlight as you run away from the monsters lurking in the corn maze.  Those looking for a more family friendly experience can visit during the daytime for apple and pumpkin picking, wagon rides, and try to navigate the twists and turns of the corn maze!

 

Rotten Manor (Holly)

Featuring two attractions, Rotten Manor and Rotten Asylum/Forrest, this fully immersive experience in fear provides detail-oriented, theatrical scares.

 

Azra Chamber of Horrors Haunted House (Madison Heights)

Visit the fully themed, multi story haunted house for a good scare.

 

Erebus (Pontiac)

Navigate the four story haunted house located in downtown Pontiac.  Beyond the doors, you will encounter terrifying thrills sure to haunt your nightmares as you traverse the half mile long attraction, which showcases the best of Hollywood special effects.

 

Woods of Darkness (South Rockwood)

Beginning with a ride on an old army truck deep into the woods, try to navigate the twists and turns of an old farmhouse as you try to outrun the creatures and spirits lurking there.

 

The Scream Machine Haunted Attraction (Taylor)

Face your fears in the Scream Machine’s haunted asylum as their Dr. Stratch brings to life your most horrifying phobias.  For those really looking for a scare, be sure to attend their Nightmare in November: November 5th and 6th.

 

Hush Haunted Attraction (Westland)

Make your way through their three highly detailed haunted houses, rated some as one of the top 13 in the nation, packed with live actors and custom animations- but only if you dare!  Looking for an even bigger scare?  Be sure to attend Glow Stick Fright Nights on November 5th and 6th,  where you and your friends are left to navigate the three haunted houses with only a glow stick for light.

 

Purgatory Haunted House (Wyandotte)

Experience the intricate sets and gruesome props brought to life in Purgatory Haunted House as you try to make your way through this terrifying haunted attraction.

 

Haunted Thrill Park at Wiard’s Orchard (Ypsilanti)

Join the courageous souls who have been brave enough to step foot on the haunted grounds of the old orchard.  Night Terrors features six attractions- including The Ultimate Haunted Barn, The Asylum, Hayrides of the Lost, and more.

 

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Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..

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