The 5 Best Haunted Attractions in Maryland!
Disembodied spirits. Ghouls. Zombies. Vampires. This Halloween, prepare for a terrifying takeover as Maryland becomes fertile ground for the undead and dying. Experience the horror first hand at the following five haunted attractions throughout the state.
Bennett’s Curse - The Ultimate Fear Experience, is one of the best haunted attractions in all of Baltimore. Contend with vampires in the House of the Vampyre before running for your life from zombies in the Zombie Kingdom. Then, if you survived that, find your way through the Sanctuary of Insanity.
Laurel’s House of Horror in Laurel, Maryland, offers 28,000 square-feet of terror. Built inside of an abandoned movie theater, visitors can choose between the haunted house and four unique escape rooms. Every year, Laurel’s gets better and better, so make sure to keep coming back to see what they’ve cooked up.
Field of Screams is a Maryland/D.C. staple. With three total locations, two in Maryland and one in D.C., you might hear screams coming from the fields for miles around. They offer four attractions, including Hades Hayride, Slaughter Factory, Trail of Terror, and Haunted Trail, all of which are fantastically terrifying.
Back and better than ever, the Twisted Fields of Terror in Prince Frederick, Maryland, offers three incredible attractions. Experience the zombie apocalypse like never before with the Zpocalypse Paintball Hayride before contending with cannibals in the Cannibal Creek. And, if you make it through those, the haunted circus awaits.
One ticket to Legends of the Fog grants you entry to the classic Haunted Hayride, The Farewell Hotel, Cornstalkers Haunted Maze, and the Sinister Circus. At the beginning of November, you can experience all four attractions in total darkness. That is, if you’re brave enough.