Denver Area Haunted House Guide for all ages

Haunted Field of Screams and Maize in the City – Thornton
10451 McKay Road, Thornton, CO 80233

Haunted Field of Screams – Ticket prices vary but start at $49 for the 3 attractions, more for instant access

Denver Parent enjoyed visit for our 2nd year in a row and this time we brought teens along! The experience proved to be terrifying and exciting and didn’t disappoint. Make sure you watch for the muddy fields and the attractions do utilize strobe lights if you have a sensitivity.

Fear stalks the night at the Haunted Field of Screams this season. Family owned and with more than 30 acres of haunted cornfield, fear stalks the night at the Haunted Field of Screams, Colorado’s largest haunted attraction. With the moonlight as your only guide, follow the trail lined by daunting 16-foot-tall cornstalks containing pure terror at every turn.
With the moon and wit as your only guides, escape the impenetrable Dead Man’s Night Maze – the true corn maze haunt. With wrong turns, never-ending pathways and dead ends, you may never get out. Stay alert as lost souls and night creatures stalk your every move.
At Zombie Paintball Massacre, survivors must journey through an abandoned farm where the undead await in the shadows.
Learn more on their website

Daytime – Maize in the City
Tickets $9-$12. Admission to the playground and corn kernel box are free.

The Crazed Corn Maze is a 20-acre maze that is fun for all ages. While visitors navigate their way through the cornfield, they are invited to engage in the one-of-a-kind smart phone trivia game. Choose a category or enter unique questions; each correct answer provides directions to the next checkpoint.
The mini maze is a smaller maze perfect for young children. With paper checkpoints, children will collect hole punches as they navigate through the maze. Parents and grandparents are welcome to accompany their children through this maze for free.
Visitors are welcome to pick their own unique pumpkin from the pumpkin field. Choose from the 20+ variety of locally grown, harvested pumpkins and gourds.
Pony rides, petting zoo, jumping castle, air slide, obstacle course, train ride and other attractions are open on select weekend dates in October.
The site is pet friendly.
Learn more on their website.

13th Floor – Denver, CO
Has MOVED – 3400 E. 52nd Ave. Denver, CO 80216
General Admission ticket prices vary by date from 19.99 to 33.99 depending on date

Three attractions under one roof: Darkest Dreams, Slaughter and Undead. The Travel Channel proclaims, “When you climb the mountains of Denver, CO you’ve got to check out the 13th Floor Haunted House!” “The scariest haunted house in Colorado.” – MTV”
Learn more on their website.

The Asylum – Denver, CO
6100 E. 39th Ave, Denver, CO 80207
General Admission ticket prices vary by date from 19.99 to 33.99 depending on date

The Asylum is made up of 3 horrifying attractions. Primitive Fear: Walkers, Contagium: The Escape and Ridgegate: The Condemned:  “Work your way through 15,000 square feet of depravity in this torturous hospital for the mentally insane, and see how balanced you are when you make it out.” – Huffington Post
Learn more on their website.

Anderson Farms Zombie Paintball and Terror in the Corn – Erie, CO
6728 County Rd. 3 1/4 Erie, CO (see map on website)
$40-$45 for the two attractions

Zombie Paintball Hunt and Terror in the Corn which is Colorado’s only haunted hayride & ghost town experience. Our 30 minute three part haunt is one you won’t soon forget. This is not in the maze and you will not get lost.
Learn more on their website

City of the Dead – Henderson, CO
7007 E 88th Ave., Henderson, CO  80640
General Admission: $25 at the door or $20 online with upgrades available

Located at the Mile High Flea Market, City of the Dead claims the title of largest indoor haunted house in Denver. The 30,000 square feet house houses three separate attractions, The Dead Rising, Dark Souls and Carnival of Carnage
Learn more via their website.

Elitch Gardens Fright Fest – Denver, CO
2000 Elitch Circle Denver, CO 80204
Ticket prices vary from $6.99 – $59.99 – the higher prices include theme park rides

Family by Day festivities invade the park from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Little ghosts and goblins can find free candy on the Trick or Treat Trail and pick out a free pumpkin in the Elitch Pumpkin Patch. Other activities for kiddos include a costume contest, best scream contest and various themed challenges. When night falls, Fright by Night begins! Starting at 6 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays Fright Fest will come alive with the gory trappings of fear. Prepare to be scared in the park’s haunted attractions Big Top FreaksNo VacancySéance and TERRORtorries. Guests will find flesh hungry clowns, zombies and monsters of all kinds lurking around every corner of these multi-sensory experiences.
Learn more via their website

The Frightmare Compound – Westminster, CO
10798 Yukon St, Westminster, CO 80021
Tickets range from $25.99 – 47.99

The Frightmare Compound located in Westminster, Colorado was the first Denver haunted house. Founded in 1983 by master mind Brad Holder, who obsessively constructed and created Colorado’s scariest haunted house for over 16 years before he fell fatally ill. Brad is said to be buried somewhere in the deepest caverns of the haunted house.
Learn more via their website.

Reaper’s Hollow & Dead End Motel – Parker, CO
Across the street from Target and WalMart in Parker at 11321 Dransfeldt Rd., Parker, CO 80134
Tickets $20 for both attractions

Reaper’s Hollow: Will you be brave enough to enter the shack and survive over a half mile trek through the ghoulish cornfield and terrifying woods? And the Dead End Motel: While visiting Reapers Hollow come stay at the recently renovated and modernized, family owned and operated Dead End Motel.
Learn more via their website

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