The 20 Best Corn Mazes and Haunted Houses in New England
Saturday, October 06, 2018
GoLocalWorcester Lifestyle Team
Two of the major fall activities in New England around this time involves walking into a haunted house just to be terrified, and getting lost in a corn maze.
New England has some of the best haunted houses and corn mazes in the country and serves as the perfect place to accomplish both of those goals.
In a one-stop fall guide of great places to do both, GoLocalWorcester has put together a list of the best places around New England to get lost and get scared.
See The Best Corn Mazes and Haunted Houses in New England in the Slideshow Below
Who isn't looking forward to celebrating the Halloween season at the Factory of Terror in Worcester?
The Factory of Terror consists of five different attractions including Dracula's HIdeaway, Phobia Mayhem, Zombie Alley and much more.
Go and have fun getting lost at Escobar's Annual Corn Maze located at 255 Middle Road in Portsmouth.
The last person is allowed to enter the maze up to one hour before dusk.
Fear Town Haunted House is a huge outdoor haunted attraction that is a one of a kind experience.
Fear Town takes visitors on a journey in and out of the fund down buildings that have been hidden for decades.
In the midst of its 19th year, The Great Vermont Corn Maze is the largest corn maze in New England.
The maze is open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
Can you solve the great Vermont Corn Maze?
Ever felt like you were being watched? Had the hairs on the back of your neck stand up while heading downstairs to that creepy old basement?
Join the Providence Ghost Tour as they lead you by lantern light through the darkened streets of the historic East Side, sharing stories that will be sure to send a chill down your spine.
The farm first started in 1871 and boasts a winery, a corn maze, and 320 acres of fruits and vegetables.
The corn maze opens on October 21.
Take an old town ghost walk down historic Newport's "shadowy lanes" and discover the ghosts, ghouls, and legends of the haunted city by the sea.
Who haunts George Washington's Revolutionary War headquarters? Was Lizzie Borden acting on her own accord... or just following in her family footsteps?
North Conway, New Hampshire
The approximate 50-minute haunt features over 15,000 square feet of indoor space through a series of dark rooms, scary mazes and unknown places, plus an outdoor element which leads the unsuspecting through the dark woods with all of the scares and screams you’ve come to expect.
Will you be able to make it out of the Ghoullog unharmed?
Zach's Great Corn Maze is on 17 acres of farmland in York, Maine.
A 20-minute hayride brings you to the maze entrance. Every year is a new theme for the maze so be sure to check it out!
While you're there, do some pumpkin-picking!
Scary Acres is part wagon ride and part corn maze, both of which are very haunted.
Scary Acres is open from 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. Friday through Sunday.
Dead North has sold out for the last 17 years and is primed to sell out again.
Take a half mile walk and wagon ride through Dead North farmland and catch a glimpse of the residents that make up the haunted property.
Head over to Treworgy farms and make your way through the 2018 corn maze.
If you get out of the maze, be sure to pick some apples and pumpkins.
West Greenwich, RI
The Field of Screams gives you the option of three attractions for the price of one. The attractions include the Dungeon of Doom, the Dead River Haunted Hayride and Cirque Du Souls.
Which one of those doesn't sound scary?
The Field of Screams is open from 7-10 p.m. Thursday through Sunday.
The famous triple maze at Coppal House Farm in New Hampshire is fun for all ages!
This year's theme is Shamrock.
Built in the mid-1700s, Coppal Farm has horse-drawn carriage rides, pumpkin picking, and tons of other activities on its 78-acre farm.
The Haunted Labyrinth is New England's longest running haunted house, celebrating its 32nd year.
Production on the Labyrinth begins in February with the design process and that lasts until July. The building of the Labyrinth goes from July and lasts right up until opening weekend.
Nightmare on Wolcott Street is an indoor haunted attraction that features 55 rooms of pure terror courtesy of chainsaws, live characters, creepy sounds and much more.
Nightmare on Wolcott Street is open from 6-12 p.m. with the last ticket being sold at 11 p.m.
Can you get through all 55 rooms?
What better way to spend a fall evening than strolling through Roger Williams Park Zoo and viewing some cool Jack-O-Lanterns.
The Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular at Roger Williams Park is a Rhode Island and New England Fall staple featuring thousands of illuminated pumpkins from October 4 to November 4.
Hill, New Hampshire
House in Haunted Hill is celebrating their 22nd season and is open 7-11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 7-9 p.m. on Sunday.
Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for kids.
Will you survive the House in Haunted Hill?
Haunted Hill in Cumberland is now in their 16th year and once again they are pushing the envelope on horror.
This year's main attraction is "Welcome to the 13th World", but there are many other attractions to check out as well.
As you tour the 200-year-old mansion’s rooms by candlelight, you might discover that the dead have always been alive at Linden Place. Learn about the rumored hauntings of Colt Farm and Colt Memorial School, about vampires roaming the towns of Rhode Island in the 1800s, and mediums summoning the return of the lost. Discover the traditional mourning practices of families in Bristol by examining jewelry, dress, and photographs. Experiment with some of the “weird science” techniques practiced during the nineteenth century.
And finally…discover if any of Linden Place’s ghosts will be following you home.