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Top 5: Haunted Houses in Pennsylvania

by Mary Melnick

Oct 20, 2019

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Destinations / North America

It’s spooky season so that means it’s time to visit some haunted houses. Every place claims they are the scariest haunted attraction in the area, but if you are looking to be terrified make sure to check out these five places in Pennsylvania.

 

Pennhurst Asylum

Pennhurst Asylum located in Spring City, Pennsylvania, is guaranteed to give you a fright. The Pennhurst Asylum offers four different attractions. Each attraction presents something different. Travel through the contaminant tunnels and experience patients being experimented on, walk through the asylum and encounter dangerous, criminally insane patients, and lastly, take a tour of the ghostly Mayflower Building featured on Ghost Hunters.

 

Eastern State Penitentiary

Eastern State Penitentiary located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is America’s most historic prison. You can tour the prison all year-round, but when it comes to Halloween, it turns into a haunted prison. Tour the six different attractions for a scary night.

 

Jason’s Woods

Jason’s Woods is located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It was voted the No. 1 Haunted Trail in America. With its five different attractions, it will definitely be a scare for everyone.

 

Bates Motel

Check into the Bates Motel and get ready to be scared. With two different haunted attractions, explore the haunted hotel or take a haunted hayride. The high-tech effects and incredible acting makes it seem life-like.

 

Field of Screams

Head to Mountville, Pennyslvania, for one of the scariest attractions in Pennsylvania, Field Of Screams. Not only does Field Of Screams offer a haunted hayride, but you can explore The Den of Darkness Haunted Mansion, The Frightmare Asylum Horror Barn and the Nocturnal Wasteland Wicked Forest. These four spooky attractions have customers coming back year after year.

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