Love to be scared? Haunted Houses rise from the dead every fall to frighten those brave enough to enter. Here’s a list of what we know is happening, along with any coupons or discounts. We’ve also included a handy map below , which should help you easily locate the attractions. Just click on the zombie icon for more details.
Typically, a VIP ticket gets you to the head of the line with no waiting. However, some attractions have added an “Immediate Entry” or “Skip the Line” ticket at a premium price. We think part of the fun is waiting in line, so why pay the extra?
To save money, we encourage you to check MHOTC’s Daily Deals first, before making your plans. Many haunted houses offer discounts with little advance notice, so check back often. All attractions are open through October 31, unless otherwise noted.
Horror in the heart of Denver. Attractions include “Tales of the Unknown,” “The Other Side,” and “Clown.” Check for dates and hours online. General Admission Tickets – $20 to $30 depending on date, FastPass – add $10 and Skip the Line – add $20. Find Fast Pass deal here. Opens September 13. 3400 E. 52nd Ave., Denver.
Two of Denver’s favorite haunted theme attractions are now in one location and under one ticket. This is the longest, largest, and some say, scariest, indoor haunted house in Denver. Features The Carnival of Carnage where you can win scary prizes.
The sheer size has some folks running back to their cars even before they enter. Located at Mile High Flea Market. Check for dates and hours online. General Admission Tickets – $20 to $30 depending on date, FastPass – add $10 and Skip the Line – add $20. Find Fast Pass deal here. Opens September 20. 7007 E. 88th Ave., Henderson.
At Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms. Scream Park includes admission to Corn Stalkers Haunted Maze, After Dark Maze and Fear Flicks. Corn Stalkers exits into After Dark Corn Maze, where you have to find your way back through in the dark.
Pull up a hay bale and take a seat while you enjoy some of your favorite horror flicks with new films showing every week during Dead Zone Scream Park. Movies start at 7:15 p.m. and then loop through the night. Included with admission to Dead Zone Scream Park only.
Open Fridays & Saturdays in October from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Sundays, October 13, 20 & 27 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., and Thursdays, October 17 & 24 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Recommended for those 13+. Masks and costumes are not permitted.
Tickets: $27, Fast Pass – $37. when purchased online. Tickets $30, Fast Pass – $40 when purchased at the gate.
Opens October 4. 8500 West Deer Creek Canyon, 303-973-3705.
Two haunted houses for the price of one — Frightmare and House of Darkness. One of the premier haunted houses notorious for being beyond scary.
Trap yourselves inside one of Colorado’s absolute scariest haunted houses filled with souls that are passionate in terrorizing you. Do you dare brave the darkness to find what lurks there?
Includes a scary and thrilling Clown Horror House. Just think about you and your buddies, locked, in a maze, full of killer clowns. If you think you can handle the psychotic laughter and the colorfully bloody sounds, you better come to this haunted compound to test your fears.
Sunday through Thursday 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. General admission – $28, VIP – $38, Immediate Access – $48. Friday and Saturday 7 p.m. to midnight. General admission – $30, VIP – $40, Immediate Access – $50.
Opens September 28. Note: Closed September 29 & 30, October, 1, 2, 7 & 8. 10798 Yukon St., Westminster.
Built into a 40-acre haunted corn field. Four interactive haunt experiences that prey on your fears: Dead Man’s Maze, Zombie Paintball Massacre, CarnEvil in the Corn and Condemned.
With moonlight as your only guide, follow the trail lined by 16-foot-tall cornstalks containing pure terror at every turn. Within the scream park, there are two 5-minute escape rooms — John Doe & Jane Doe — haunted CarnEvil games, photo stops, concessions, beer sales and more.
Check for dates and hours online.
Be aware, the Haunted Field of Screams offers four separate haunt attractions, each with its own individual entrance. Line times will vary for each haunt. Any unused admissions may be used at a later date with your valid ticket.
General admission to all four attractions — $44.99. VIP Fast Pass and Instant Access upgrades available. Tickets for escape rooms and games may be purchased onsite.
Open Thursday through Sunday September 27 through October 27. Special backout event, Pitch Dark, October 31 to November 2. 10270 Riverdale Rd., Thornton.
An old, dilapidated shack in the cornfield awaits. Someone or something is lurking. Are you brave enough to enter the shack and survive over a half mile trek through the ghoulish cornfield and terrifying woods?
While visiting Reapers Hollow come stay at the recently renovated and modernized, family owned and operated Dead End Motel, where staff hope to make your stay dreadfully entertaining.
Those who dare to hike back to the old woods behind the Dead End Motel may never come back! There have been many gruesome tales about Goblins Grove. Everyone who enters either comes out possessed or has never returned. Will you survive?
Hours 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Check for dates of operation online. General admission tickets $30, Fast Pass $45. Opens September 28 through November 2. 11321 Dransfeldt Rd., Parker.
The 50 year old tradition continues. Reinke Brothers Haunted House promises more chills and thrills than ever before. If you have never been, come see what you are missing. If you have been before, welcome back. Check for dates and hours of operation online.
Also offers a child-friendly daytime “lights on tour” for kids who are not ready for the full effects of the Haunted Mansion. This is a “movie studio-type” guided tour with lights on and special effects off. Tours operate every Saturday & Sunday between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Tickets are $10.
General admission tickets $19 (Sunday to Thursday), $22 (Friday & Saturday), $25 to $30 VIP tickets (skip the line). Opens September 27. Closes November 3. 5663 S. Prince St., Littleton.