Discovering the most frightening and best haunted houses throughout Nashville can provide a fun Halloween Season. With September coming to a close and October right around the corner, it's time to start planning your haunted house choices. Here are some of the best haunted houses ready to open for fun and frights.
Bikers Who Scare Haunted House
This haunted house provides plenty of scary fun. It's located in an old movie theater and put on by the Bikers Who Care Organization. You can find this one in Clarksville at 1955 Madison Street. It will be open on weekends and the cost will be under $10 per person.
Bloody Acres Haunted Woods
Found in Gallatin, this is actually a haunted forest with plenty of blood-drenched spirits and more. It's found at 318 Big Station Camp Boulevard.
Creepy Hallow Haunted Woods
Another haunted forest full of the unexpected, Creepy Hollow is full of fun. It is about 20 minutes from the city and provides a Haunted Barn, Merciless Maze, Trail of Terror, Music, Bonfires and so much more. It's perfect for the entire family and located at 2133 Joe Brown Road in Spring Hill.
A trek through about a mile of woods, this haunted forest is perfect for everybody. It will terrify you and provide all types of Halloween fun. You will find Dead Land in Lebanon at 7040 Murfreesboro Road.
Creepy Hollow Haunted Woods
The unexpected should always be expected here at the Creepy Hollow Haunted Woods. This haunted attraction is known as one of the best in the area. It's found at 2133 Joe Brown Road in Spring Hill, about 20 minutes from Nashville. They also provide hayrides, music, a barn maze and bonfires.
Fright in the Furnace
A nine-acre haunted land full of some of the classics, this one is perfect for any Halloween enthusiast. Enjoy Freddy, Leather Face, Michael Myers, Pinhead, Jason and many more. It's located at 1043 Earl Leach Road in Dickson.
Bell Witch Cave
Centered around one of the spookiest legends of Nashville, the Bell Witch Cave provides a great scary attraction. The Legend of the Bell Witch is one of the most documented and vicious stories found within the area. Take the candlelight tour of the haunted cave, enjoy psychic readings, storytelling and even hayrides at this haunted attraction. It's located at 430 Keysburg Road in Nashville.
This is a Hendersonville haunted house and known as one of the best in the state. You can find it at 118 Mid-Town Court in Hendersonville.
Two stories of incredible terror are found within the halls of this incredible haunted house. If you want to enjoy something a bit different, yet very scary, head to 510 Davidson Street in Nashville.
Nashville Nightmare at Madison Square
A very detailed set of two haunted houses, this is one of the best for the area. Graves Manor and Madison Square Morgue are the two houses and will provide all kinds of fund for everybody. It's found at 1016 Madison Square.
The Walking Horse Haunted Hotel
Unlike any other haunted attraction in the state, you will enjoy a 100-year-old hotel with plenty of original scenes from professional actors. This hotel is known for ghosts and has attracted many paranormal investigators over the years. If you have young children, leave them at home if you plan to make the trip to 101 Spring Street in Wartrace.
Other area haunted attractions include:
- Death Yard - 118 Midtown Court, Hendersonville
- Dead Land - 7040 Murfreesboro Road, Lebanon
- Death Row - 418 Harding Industrial Drive
- Evilution - 7091 Highway 41-A South, Pleasant View
- And More!
Many other haunted attractions are found throughout the area. These are just some of the most popular.
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