Louisville Haunted Houses

Louisville Haunted Houses

It’s that time of year again, time for the Halloween spirit and of course, haunted houses! Below is a list of Louisville haunted houses that may be worth checking out.

PLEASE NOTE this list was from 2010 and not all haunted houses may be accurate, so please reference each individual link for further info. Thanks to About.com for the complete list!

13 Fears

13 Fears is a haunted house in Shepherdsville, Kentucky, that is housed in a 5,000 square foot warehouse. Admission to 13 Fears for all ages is $13

Baxter Avenue Morgue

The Baxter Avenue Morgue is a 100-year old morgue with a basement that is converted into a haunted house every Halloween. It is located in the Highlands. General Admission to the haunted house at the Baxter Avenue Morgue in 2010 is $25

Cobb’s Haunt

Cobb’s Haunt is an 11-acre haunted corn maze in Jeffersontown, Kentucky. There are no lights and flashlights aren’t allowed, making it even more difficult and terrifying to find your way through the maze. Cobb’s Haunt will be open on Fridays and Saturdays through October. Tickets to Cobb’s Haunt are $15

Culbertson Mansion

In 1888, the carriage house at the Culbertson Mansion in New Albany, Indiana, was struck by lightning. It burned to the ground, killing everyone inside. Servants that were asked to live in the carriage house after that refused, claiming that the house was haunted by the people who died in the fire. In October of every year since 1985, the Culbertson Mansion carriage house has been transformed into a haunted house. Admission to the Culbertson Mansion haunted house in 2010 is $13

Danger Run

While Danger Run is actually a ghost run rather than a haunted house, each entry into Danger Run gets its participant free tickets to two haunted houses on this list, though exactly which haunted houses are a surprise

Darkness Falls on Asylum

Darkness Falls on Asylum is a haunted forest that takes approximately 30 minutes to navigate. Tickets to Darkness Falls on Asylum in 2010 are $20, and each ticket comes with a coupon that allows you to come back and play paintball at Asylum Extreme on a later date.

Field of Screams

The Field of Screams is one of the largest Louisville haunted houses set on a six-acre corn field that operates as a difficult maze as well as a haunted house. The best part about Field of Screams is that it generally takes about an hour to make your way through the maze, which is much more time than your money will get you at any other haunted house in the area. Admission to the Field of Screams in 2010 is $20, but you can get discount coupons at all Meijer gas stations

The Governor’s Square Massacre is a haunted house in Shelbyville hosted by the Shelbyville Fire Department. In 2010, the Governor’s Square Massacre will be open every Friday and Saturday in October from 7 p.m. through midnight. Tickets are $10

Haunted Hotel

The Haunted Hotel, located on Fourth Street in Louisville, is the longest-running haunted house in the area. The Haunted Hotel takes visitors on a journey through a dark building with narrow pathways and many surprises. Tickets for admission to the Haunted Hotel in 2010 are $16, though you can print a coupon off of the Haunted Hotel website that will save you two dollars

Industrial Nightmare

Located in Jeffersonville, Indiana, Industrial Nightmare is a 5,000 square foot haunted house held in an old industrial building. The theme throughout Industrial Nightmare is a factory owner gone mad and turned into a fiend worthy of Texas Chainsaw Massacre notoriety. It is $18 to get into Industrial Nightmare in 2010, though you can print a coupon off of the Industrial Nightmare website that will save you two dollars

Nightmare Forest at Otter Creek

Even though Otter Creek has been abandoned due to loss of funding, the Otter Creek haunted attractions are still going strong in 2010. This year the admission cost gets you into both Nightmare Forest and the Trail of Terror. Tickets can be purchased through the Nightmare Forest website for $18 or at the gate for $20

PsychoMania Theater of Terror

PsychoMania Theater of Terror opened for the first time ever in 2008. In the last two years, it has been expanded by nearly 30 percent and has become one of the top haunted attractions in the area. PsychoMania is located in an old, abandoned theater in the Green Tree Mall parking lot in Clarksville, Indiana. General admission tickets to PsychoMania are $16, but you can add your email to the attraction’s mailing list to receive a discount coupon (Write a Review of Psychomania).

Terror at the Fun Farm

Terror at the Fun Farm is a 3-D haunted house and corn maze in Corydon, Indiana. For the 2010 season, Terror at the Fun Farm will be open every Friday and Saturday night in October from 7-11 p.m. Admission is $15

The Devil’s Attic

New to the Louisville haunted houses scene in 2010 is The Devil’s Attic. The Devil’s Attic will feature monsters from classic horror movies in addition to other favorite Halloween demons. The Devil’s Attic opens to the public on October 1. Tickets are $15 each

Waverly Hills Haunted Hospital

Waverly Hills Sanatorium has been named one of the most haunted places in America. It was a tuberculosis hospital through the early 20th century where thousands of people died of the horrible disease. The end of the TB era left Waverly Hills abandoned through much of the late 20th century until it was purchased by it current owners who are in the process of renovating it. Waverly Hills is converted into a haunted house every year around Halloween. Admission to the Waverly Hill Haunted House in 2010 is $20.00

Wolf Creek Haunted Forest

Wolf Creek Haunted Forest is a 77-acre interactive haunted forest in Shepherdsville, Kentucky. Admission to Wolf Creek Haunted Forest in 2010 is $17, but you can save $2 by printing a coupon off of its website