List: Haunted Houses, Hayrides, and Trails in Cincinnati • 2020 Season

Which haunted attractions will open, which have canceled for 2020, and which have yet to decide due to COVID-19? Our list will keep you in-the-know this Halloween season!

The Dent Schoolhouse

“The Dent Schoolhouse takes place in a schoolhouse that was built back in 1896 and contains a gruesome legend… The Janitor of the school, Charlie McFree is said to have killed a large number of the student body over a period of 10-20 years. The building is said to be haunted by both the lost children… and The Janitor!”

Where: 5963 Harrison Ave, Cincinnati, OH

Opening Night: Friday, 9/25

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Fear Factory

“Once home to the Batesville Coffin Company, now home to your worst nightmare. Fear Factory, located in the old, historic RomWeber Furniture manufacturing facility, has tripled in size to nearly 30,000 sq. ft. with new exhibits and mazes filled with horror.”

Where: 7 S Eastern Ave, Batesville, IN

Opening Night: Canceled. Due to the Covid outbreak Fear Factory will not to open this year. With our crew of over 60 nightly workers and all the guests we usually have, we were concerned about keeping everyone safe. We plan on opening next year with a complete redo of the haunt.”

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Poasttown Haunted School

This abandoned school is now a hotbed for paranormal investigators who say it’s filled with the spirits of children. It’s a story so wild, we made a feature on it. Reservations required.

Where: 6600 Trenton Franklin Rd, Middletown, OH

Opening Night: Open throughout the year for various scheduled events. Check website.

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Halloween Haunt at Kings Island

“Prepare yourself as dark forces are unleashed to make your wildest nightmares come true. You’ll encounter evil creatures everywhere, waiting for you in the fog.”

Where: 6300 Kings Island Dr, Mason, OH

Opening Night: Canceled. “Halloween Haunt will return fall 2021.”

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Terror Town

“Enjoy the sights and sounds of our 19th century Old West town. Eat, drink, shop and play games while you wait for your turn on the trail. And watch your back…”

Where: 1449 Greenbrush Cobb Rd, Williamsburg, OH

Opening Night: Friday, 9/4

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Land of Illusion Haunted Scream Park

“The Land of Illusion Haunted Scream Park features six haunted attractions with terrors that never string you up the same way twice.”

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Where: 8762 Thomas Rd, Middletown, OH

Opening Night: Friday, 9/11

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Brimstone Haunt

“Sow terror. Reap fear. Harvest time is here. 3 great scares for the family and the brave!”

Where: 472 Brimstone Rd, Wilmington, OH

Opening Night: Friday, 9/25

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Highway 50 Fright Field

“Our haunted adventure is located on a REAL HAUNTED 1830’s farm near a real Indian archaeological site! Be ready for an entertaining, wild experience. You’ll run into live haunts all along the way…we hope you survive the journey! While here you can visit the Haunted Trail & Woods, the Operation Termination Zombie Paintball Gallery, and the NEW Corn Cob Cannon as well as visit our gift shop & museum on the same property, Buckeye Trading Post.”

Where: 11294 US-50, North Bend, OH

Opening Night: Canceled. CLOSED THIS 2020 SEASON DUE TO ALL THE CHANGING COVID 19 RESTRICTIONS & REGULATIONS. CHECK BACK WITH US IN THE FUTURE FOR UPDATES!”

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Horror Hike Haunted Trail

“Horror Hike is a FULL SCARE haunted attraction that takes visitors on an approximately 1/2 mile hike, over uneven and rough terrain, through a wooded environment. Our Guests will be subjected to blood, guts, gore, and many other elements that are conducive to the scare theme.”

Where: 1415 E. Eads Pkwy, Lawrenceburg, IN

Opening Night: Friday, 9/25

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Horror House Haunt

“NEW for the 2020 season… We are excited to present Horror House, an indoor haunt created by the same twisted minds that have brought you into the world of Horror Hike for the past 8 years. Horror House will be located just a short drive from Lawrenceburg, in West Harrison – Indiana. We will be offering combo tickets to both attractions.”

Where: 28051 Moore Ln, West Harrison, IN

Opening Night: Friday, 9/18

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Mt. Healthy Haunted Hall

“The Haunted Hall has expanded to include not only the house but also five tents, backyard areas, and one giant vortex! The Haunted Hall has a number of classic favorites such as Wolfman, Frankenstein, and Zombies.”

Where: 7700 Seward Ave, Mount Healthy, OH

Opening Night: Canceled.Due to the continuing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to cancel the 2020 Haunted Hall season. This was a difficult decision to make. We look forward to scary good times again for our 2021 season. We are tentatively planning to do a trunk ‘r treat on 10/24/2020. You can meet some of our monsters and even take a picture in our famous jaws cage. We will post more details as the date gets closer. We would like to thank all those who support us every year and know that we will be back next year.”

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Sandyland Acres Haunted Hayride

“Take the 25 minute Hayride into Cinema Horror Past and Present!”

Where: 4172 Belleview Rd, Petersburg, KY

Opening Night: Friday, 9/18

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Wilmington Haunted Hollow Ride

“Each October the fields of Clinton County come alive with screams of horror as semis chase unsuspecting victims on a bus ride through a forest filled with monsters, madness and mayhem.”

Where: 1261 W Dalton Rd, Wilmington, OH

Opening Night: Canceled. “We ask you to be patient and stay strong, as we plan on upgrading our haunt to provide you with even more screams and laughter in 2021.”

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USS Nightmare

“During the 30 minute bone-chilling tour through the 288′ vessel, guests will experience mankind’s most prevalent phobias while surrounded by the massive equipment original to the historic vessel.”

Where: 101 Riverboat Row, Newport, KY

Opening Night: Canceled. “Due to the continuing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to cancel the 2020 USS Nightmare season. This was a difficult decision to make and one that was not taken lightly. We look forward to welcoming everyone back for a 2021 season that is promised to be bigger and better than ever!”

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Haunted Cincinnati Tours

“When most of the city has retired to the safety and comfort of home, a few brave souls wander the historic streets searching for an encounter with…the other side.”

Where: Tours begin at multiple locations throughout Cincinnati, depending on the tour you select.

Opening Night: Open throughout the year for various scheduled events. Check website.

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'Queen City is Haunted' Tours

“Discover stories of grisly murders, ghastly deaths and other disturbing tales buried deep within Cincinnati’s storied past.”

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Where: 1332 Vine St., Over-The-Rhine

Opening Night: Open throughout the year for various scheduled events. Check website.

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