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Haunted Houses & Halloween Attractions in Rhode Island

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The quick and easy way to find all the exciting Halloween attractions in the Rhode Island area for 2018! Halloween is just around the corner, and if you're looking for some spooky fun then you've come to the right place. We've put together a list of local Rhode Island haunted houses, hay rides, spook walks, and more for the scariest day of 2018! Check out all the attractions below - there's something for everyone!

Fear Town

Located in Seekonk

Fear Town Haunted House is a massive outdoor haunted attraction that is unlike anything you have ever experienced. Located deep in the woods at Seekonk Speedway, Fear Town will take you on a terrifying journey in and out of the run-down buildings that have been hidden for decades. As you progress through the haunted trail, monsters will come at you from all angles to try and make you a permanent... Read More

Fortress of Nightmares

Located in Newport

Fortress of Nightmares is 4 haunted attractions inside North America’s Largest Coastal Fortification. Tunnels of Terror is a ghoulish maze of Halloween horrors built deep inside the tunnels beneath Fort Adams. Our all volunteer team of actors will work their hearts out to jump out and scare you as you wind your way through the tunnels in the darkness. Included with General Admission. Ma... Read More

Mill City Haunts

Located in Pawtucket

Have a hauntingly good time in America’s original Mill City, at Mill City Haunts in Pawtucket, RI. Feast your eyes, mind and soul on free scary movies and family-frightening attractions, or premium paranormal haunts at Slater Park, Slater Mill, and TEN31Productions. City Hall Tower under a spell with thunderous light shows all night long , creepy creature features along the bike path, gh... Read More

The Haunted Graveyard

Located in Bristol

A winding path takes you from darkly glittering catacombs to an eerie graveyard. A vampire’s haunt to a witch’s lair. A misty lake and an ancient temple. The ghouls are out, and it’s October again at the haunted graveyard, New England’s largest Halloween attraction! Read More

Field of Screams

Located in West Greenwich

Doom and gloom begin in the path of fright from the sunset to darkness which the twilight prevails. Unseen voices whisper from the dead trees, a chill is in the air, an eerie howl can be heard.... Strange sounds are everywhere. Ghouls, zombies and disembodied spirits are just waiting for you to visit. Field of Screams offers: Three haunted attractions - The Haunted Insane A... Read More

Ghost Ship Harbor

Located in Quincy

Ghost Ship Harbor is your last hope for survival. A plague has broken out on land and if you want to survive the only safe haven is an old decommissioned ship called the USS Salem docked in the Quincy boat yard. This ship was once the prize of the fleet in its hey day! The ship will be leaving port on November 3rd so you must get on before that if you want to survive. There will be heavy mil... Read More

Haunted Labyrinth

Located in Cranston

Haunted Labyrinth is celebrating 34 years of being the longest running haunted house in New England. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of our youth. Our haunted house is run entirely by adult and youth volunteers. It started many years ago with the goal of encouraging leadership and ministry while providing a scary and fun attraction to the public. The Ha... Read More

13th World

Located in Cumberland

13TH World returns in 2018 Bigger and Better Than Ever Before! Located in Cumberland, RI. with easy access of Highways and ample parking. 13TH World features a new haunt each season for the past 17 years. This year we will bring to life all your favorite characters from the movies and some never before seen. Read More

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Halloween 2017 RIHauntedHouses.com attracted over 22,616 visitors. More...
 

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