Best Haunted Attractions Near Towson

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It’s officially Spooky season! With Halloween approaching at the end of this month, it’s time to get out and enjoy the many terrifying haunts near Towson. Maryland is home to various haunted houses, hay rides, spook walks, and more.

Not all haunts are designed to be terrifying for adults. This list includes both traditional haunted houses and family-friendly spooky experiences, so there is something for everyone to enjoy!

The Nevermore Haunt

450 Mott St, Baltimore, MD 21202

For anyone looking for a truly terrifying experience, The Nevermore Haunt is for you! This historically themed and Baltimore-inspired haunt in the heart of Baltimore City typically takes around 25 minutes to walk through. According to their website, “the Nevermore Haunt offers nightly bizarre and over-the-top sideshow performances, and a haunted house filled with monsters, demons, and ghouls straight from your deepest, darkest fears.”

Beachmont Corn Maze

6433 Mt Vista Rd, Kingsville, MD 21087

Beachmont Corn Maze is a family-friendly Halloween experience. Located in Kingsville and operated by Beachmont Christian Ministries, this haunt is fun for the whole family and specifically designed to be accessible for younger children. Adventure through their 6-acre corn maze, try out their “extreme hayride,” and play a variety of Halloween-themed games at this slightly spooky experience.

Harford Park Halloween Scavenger Hunt

2522 Linwood Rd, Parkville, MD 21234

This event, hosted by the Harford Park Community Association, allows visitors to don costumes and solve a Halloween-themed word puzzle for prizes!

Teams will search for fun and exciting things around the Harford Park neighborhood. Afterward, everyone will meet at the community hall for pumpkin decorating, food, and prizes. This event is free and open to visitors of all ages!

Laurel’s House of Horrors

935 Fairlawn Ave, Laurel, MD 20707

This famous attraction in Laurel is the only haunted house in Maryland located inside an abandoned movie theater. The Chesapeake Ghost Hunters visited the 28,000-square-foot venue before it became a haunted house. Their newest attraction, “Carlisle Hotel,” leaves guests trapped in the 1940s and promises “upgraded experiences with more sensory overload, gruesome make-up, interactive characters, and chilling scenes of anticipation around every corner.”

Six Flags Fright Fest

13710 Central Ave, Bowie, MD 20721

No list of Maryland haunts is complete without Six Flags Fright Fest. Starting at 7:00 p.m. every night in October, Six Flags is transformed into an enormous haunted attraction. Actors dressed as a variety of bizarre characters roam the park and scare guests at every opportunity. Check out the haunted houses, rides in the dark, and terrifying actors. This event is for kids and adults ages 12+

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