Top Things to Do this Halloween in Arizona

Top Things to Do this Halloween in Arizona

Discover Arizona's ghost towns, haunted houses, pumpkins and more this Halloween! Get your fill of the frightful and frightfully fun at these events.

Blame it on the Wild West. Perhaps it's because of Arizona's "wild" history and infamous past that we've become a magnet for year-round haunted happenings. Of course, no time is better to celebrate all things spooky than the Halloween season from late September thru October. Here are a few of the biggest, and arguably the best, Halloween events in Arizona. You'll find them by region and starting with events and attractions suitable for young ones to those best reserved for older kids and adults. Keep in mind: Some events labeled "all ages" may be a little too scary for younger ones and parental discretion is advised. The prices listed do not include tax or optional add-ons.

Halloween events in northern Arizona

Top Things to Do this Halloween in Arizona

Costumes for Kids 5K Fun Run Where: 120 S Cortez St., Prescott What: Join in on a costumed dash in the heart of downtown Prescott. Run or walk this 5k with a purpose, supporting CASA for Kids Foundation at Courthouse Square. When: October 29 Tickets: $30, or free for participants under age 16 or foster/kinship families

Verde Canyon Railroad Where: 300 N. Broadway, Clarkdale What: When you're dying to tap into everything dreaded, climb aboard Verde Canyon Railroad's Fright Night phantom railcars, permanently parked at the depot, and make all your nightmares come true. Frightening tales and treats are plenty through the month of October. Passengers and train staff are encouraged to ride the rails in costume on October 31. When: Fright Nights and stationary train: select nights, September 23 - October 31. Haunted Halloween Express: October 31, 1 p.m. Tickets: $30 (Fright Nights), $119 (Haunted Halloween Express) * Purchase a train ride and add a Fright Night ticket for only $25

Jerome Ghost Walk Where: Starts at 403 Clark St., Jerome What: Offered year-round, Jerome Ghost Tours offers a walkable search for the supernatural. Discover Jerome's haunted locations using EMF readers and spirit boxes. When: Daily (year-round) Tickets: $45

Haunted History Where: 735 Jordan Rd., Sedona What: Think you know Sedona? Tune in to an afternoon of ghostly tales and terrifying true stories of the haunted desert, told by cowboy poet and author Michael Peach. When: October 30 Tickets: $6

Halloween Harvest & Trick or Treat Trail Where: Heritage Square, Flagstaff What: Roughly 20 downtown businesses take part in this family-friendly event and offer "treats" in the form of candy, discounts or both to those on the trail. Live music, fun crafts, games and plenty of deals round out this Halloween event. When: TBD for 2022 Tickets: No charge to trick or treat, and many businesses offer discounts

Halloween events in central Arizona

Top Things to Do this Halloween in Arizona

Brick or Treat, Legoland Where: 5000 S Arizona Mills Cir., Ste. 135, Tempe What: Stay and play in the Halloween spirit at Legoland. Families are invited to participate in a spooky scavenger hunt and create a LEGO® pumpkin display to take home throughout the month of October. When: September 30 - October 31 Tickets: $25

Strange Garden Where: 1201 N Galvin Pkwy., Phoenix What: Discover the desert's creepy crawlies and frightening flora at the Desert Botanical Garden (DBG). Enjoy live performances and take home a free pumpkin from the Garden's patch. When: October 21 - 22 Tickets: $35 (adults), $20 (youth), or free with DBG membership

Spooktacular Hot Air Balloon Festival Where: 7555 N. Pima Rd. Scottsdale What: Join a family-friendly weekend spooktacular with tethered hot air balloon rides, trick-or-treat stations and costume contests. When: October 28 - 29 Tickets: $17 (adults), $12 (kids 12 and under), or free (kids 2 and under) *Prices are subject to increase as the date of the event approaches.

Halloween Spook-Track-Ula Where: 7301 E Indian Bend Rd., Scottsdale What: Witness as McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park transforms into a haunted playground, chock full of family-friendly fun. Reserve your hour-and-a-half block to experience unlimited spooky train and haunted carousel rides. When: October 7 - 31 Tickets: $15, or free for kids 2 and under

Vulture City Halloween Experience Where: 36610 355th Ave., Wickenburg What: The abandoned mining town returns to life for a weekend in October for a new Halloween Experience. Choose from a morning (9 a.m. - 3 p.m.) or evening (3 - 9 p.m.) entrance and then wander the site, which features restored buildings showing life during the town's heyday. Enjoy live trick or treating, food vendors, a bear garden, and live pumpkin carvings by some of the world's top carvers courtesy of Villafane Studios. When: October 21 - 23 Tickets: $25 (adults), $22 (seniors/vets/military), $10 (kids 6-16), or free (kids 5 and under)

Immersive Tut Exhibit Where: 4301 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale What: Art and history unite. Experience the myths and legends of King Tut and Ancient Egypt at this frighteningly immersive exhibit. When: September 30 - November 13 Tickets: Starts at $30

Fear Farm Haunted House Where: 6801 N 99th Ave., Glendale What: Leave behind city lights and experience 30 acres of farmyard frights. 5 indoor/outdoor spooky attractions (plus a haunted hayride and corn maze) provide scary fun for all ages. From confrontations with undead trick-or-treaters to maniacal clowns, Fear Farm dares you to stroll the scenes and stay a while this Halloween. When: Select days, September 23 - October 31 Tickets: Starts at $27.99

Mount Mayhem: Bayou Where: North Phoenix (visit the site for details) What: Taking place at a private home in north Phoenix, Mount Mayhem is a family-run haunted house put together with some serious devotion. This year's theme, "Bayou, a blood tale," incorporates all the creepiness of a Southern gothic night—think spooky swamps and voodoo magic. (Note: No groups larger than 5 people allowed at a time; larger groups will be split.) When: October 27-31 Tickets: Free, but donations are accepted

Sanctum of Horror and The Breach Where: 6555 East Southern Ave., Mesa What: The Sanctum of Horror haunted house is chock full of terror, with undead stories of St. Charlotte Asylum. Ghostly horrors in scary detail await those brave enough to enter. If a post-apocalyptic military bunker scene is more your style, opt for The Breach. When: Select days in October Tickets: Starts at $25

Scarizona Where: 1901 N. Alma School Rd., Mesa What: Scarizona Scaregrounds combines two haunted houses on one site. Celebrate all things chaotic and bizarre at Mayhem in the Madness, which features plenty of blood, guts and unfriendly clowns. Or explore the confined spaces of Startled Darkness, a near-total dark experience full of loud noises, jolts and other scares. Closed-toed shoes are a must for entry at both haunts. When: Select days in October Tickets: Tickets for both attractions are available separately. Cost TBD

Halloween events in southern Arizona

Top Things to Do this Halloween in Arizona

Apple Annie's Fall Pumpkin Celebration Where: 2081 Hardy Rd., Willcox What: Swing by the farm just in time for fall. Hayrides, a corn maze and cool autumn weather await at Apple Annie's. End the day by picking the perfect pumpkin, sunflower or fall vegetable. When: September 24 – October 30 (Saturdays and Sundays) Tickets: Free to enter; produce prices vary by item and weight The corn maze is $8 (12 and older), $6 (ages 3-11), and free for children under 2.

Flandrau Spooktacular Science Where: 1601 E University Blvd., Tucson What: Discover scary science this Halloween weekend. Little scientists can explore spooky arts and crafts, terrifying treats and a Halloween-themed laser show. Two other planetarium shows, "Legends of the Night Sky" and "Spooky Tucson Sky," also make their return for a limited time. When: October 30 - 31 Tickets: Range from $3 - $9 (kids 3 and under are free) *Science exhibit and planetarium show admissions are sold separately.

Nightfall Where: 201 S. Kinney Rd., Tucson What: After a two-year hiatus, the popular Old Tucson Halloween event returns for its 30th anniversary with a completely new experience. Instead of roaming characters, those brave enough to explore this haunted attraction will have to explore the grounds. How much you experience is completely up to you. Will you help the residents of Nightfall and uncover the town's hidden secrets or sit back and enjoy the show? When: October 6 - 30 (Thursdays - Sundays) Tickets: Thursdays and Sundays: $35 (12 and older), $30 (ages 5-11), and free for children 4 and under. Prices increase $10 on Saturday (children 4 and under are still free). *A $5 parking pass is required for each vehicle.

Terror in the Corn Where: 9312 W. Rillito Village Trl., Marana What: Forget houses—how about a haunted cornfield? Enjoy a night of outdoor fright consistently voted as one of the area's best haunted attractions. The corn is calling. When: Weekend nights in October and Halloween Tickets: Starts at $25, your ticket includes entrance to three haunts. Experiences, such as Zombie Paintball and an escape room, can be purchased for an additional cost.

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Happy Halloween 2023! Here are the best haunted houses and attractions in metro Phoenix

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Get ready for haunted houses, corn mazes, screams, scares and heart-pounding experiences. Halloween haunted houses are getting ready to open in metro Phoenix.

Halloween is the time of the year to have an exhilarating experience that embraces the creepy spirit of the holiday. Halloween haunted houses and attractions offer a unique and memorable way to celebrate the spooky season, whether you crave an adrenaline rush; want to create a tradition with friends and family; or immerse yourself in creatively designed, eerie atmospheres.

So get in the spirit. Here are the Halloween 2023 haunted houses and attractions in metro Phoenix.

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AZ Field of Screams

Starting Friday, Oct. 6, this haunted corn maze in Glendale will be open with "new spine-chilling scenes," according to the website. Expect killer clowns, goblins and monsters to jump out and scare you as you try to find your way out. There's a haunted hayride, too.

Details:  7-11 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Tolmachoff Farms, 5726 N. 75th Ave., Glendale. Check the website for prices and schedule. 602-999-3276,  azfieldofscreams.com .

Fear Farm in Glendale hasn't shared its 2023 theme yet but it's warning thrill seekers to "brace yourselves for a heart-pounding experience. Expect a haunted house, corn maze, scare zones and more Halloween-themed activities and entertainment," according to the website.

Regular-price general admission tickets are timed and start at $27.99. Add-ons include a fast pass, which has an estimated wait time that's a third of the regular line, and a skip the line, which allows "immediate access."

Leave your large bags at home; only clear bags and clutches smaller than 4.5 by 6.5 inches are allowed inside.

Details: Various dates, Sept. 22-Oct. 31. See the schedule on the website. 6801 N. 99th Ave., Glendale. $27.99 and up. 623-866-5378,  fearfarm.com .

Sanctum of Horror

Are you up to visiting a "breeding ground of evil"?

Visitors to the Sanctum of Horror in Mesa enter little Lenore's childhood home and witness as her family members are murdered. Visitors then join her in an asylum where inmates are experimenting on doctors. Will you become one of Lenore's victims?

There's also The Breach, in which horror-seekers enter Bunker 16 and encounter a rare leech on its path of destruction.

Details: Various dates, Sept. 29-Oct. 31. See the schedule on the website. Superstition Springs Center, 6555 E. Southern Ave., Mesa. General admission: $25. General admission with fast pass: $35 for fast pass. 480-200-8163,  sanctumofhorror.com .

Scarizona Scaregrounds

Find blood, guts and gore at Scarizona Scaregrounds in Mesa. There are several haunted house experiences to choose from. Mayhem in the Madness is all about chaos and disorder, while Startled Darkness features spiders, snakes and clowns in a dark, confined space.

The website notes that "Scarizona 2023 attractions have undergone thematic changes offering visitors new fears to explore throughout the season."

Details:  Oct. 6-7, 13-15, 19-22, 26-31. 1901 N. Alma School Road, Mesa. $24.95. 480-444-2590,  scarizona.com .

Terror Nights Haunted House

Terror Nights Haunted House is back for its 13th season in Tempe. The event runs three nights only.

You'll find the neighborhood haunted house off Rural Road in south Tempe; signs on the main road should point you in the right direction.

Admission is free but there's a food drive with all donations of money or nonperishable foods going to the nonprofit Tempe Community Action Agency .

Details: 7-10 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Monday, Oct. 27, 28 and 30. 511 E. La Donna Drive, Tempe. Free; donations are appreciated. 480-276-7054,  facebook.com/TerrorNightsAZ .

13th Floor Haunted House

The 13th Floor Haunted House — which is owned by the same company as Fear Farm — returns for Halloween 2023 with haunted experiences including The Deadlands, Repossessed and Depths of Darkness.

There are add-on options for general admission tickets, including fast pass, which has an estimated wait time that's a third of the regular line, and skip the line, which allows "immediate access."

No large bags; only clear bags and clutches smaller than 4.5 by 6.5 inches are allowed in.

Details: Various dates, Sept. 23-Nov. 4. See the schedule on the website. 2814 W. Bell Road, Phoenix. $24.99-$32.99. 602-456-2250, 13thflooraz.com .

House of Haunts

The family-run House of Haunts in Scottsdale is back for five nights leading up to Halloween. 

The walk-through experience is eight minutes long, with a huge yard display and a synchronized thunder and lightning show. Themed elements include the Lost Dutchman mine, the Haunted Mansion, the hotel from "The Shining" and a laser swamp with a skeleton horseback rider. 

Stephen Birkett, who runs the event, has been doing House of Haunts since 1983.

Details: 6:45-10 p.m. Oct. 27-31. 8325 E. Lincoln Drive, Scottsdale. Free; donations are appreciated. facebook.com/houseofhauntsarizona .

Mill of Madness

Brand new for 2023 is the Mill of Madness in Phoenix. It's designed by filmmakers to take Halloween haunting to the next level. You'll become a part of the eerie story as you explore an abandoned warehouse, uncovering the secrets of human experiments gone wrong. This event promises an adrenaline rush in a spine-tingling atmosphere.

Details: Various dates, Sept. 22-Oct. 31. 3749 E. Atlanta Ave., Phoenix. $24.99. 480-565-7040, millofmadness.com .

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This Twisted Train Maze Is The Most Unique And Terrifying Haunted House In Arizona

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Traditional haunted houses are overdone to the point of being stale. You can almost predict what’s coming next – but not at the Verde Canyon Railroad’s Fright Night experience. This unique haunted house features a maze of stationary train cars, each one with a different horrifying theme. If you love trains and Halloween, you won’t want to miss one of the best haunted houses in Arizona.

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It’s important to note that this event is not recommended for children, however, there is a special trick-or-treat village with tons of not-so-scary fun for the little ones.

Visit the Verde Canyon Railroad website or Facebook page for more information, including dates and ticket prices for the event.

Will you be attending Fright Night this year? Tell us your thoughts in the comments section below! Don’t forget to check out our previous article to learn why the Verde Canyon Railroad is an experience worth having year-round.

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23 Haunted Attractions in Arizona (+ Haunted Houses & Mazes)

There are some amazing haunted attractions in Arizona including some of the most popular places to visit during the Halloween season, as well as some new attractions for some all around festive fun.

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If you’re looking for some spooky haunted attractions like spooky corn mazes, killer clowns, mini escape rooms, spook walks, haunted hay rides, and endless amount of entertainment, you’ll find all the best haunted attractions in Arizona right here.

Many of these haunted attractions are a unique halloween event and offer a unique experience for you.

Most of these attractions are open from early to late October and some event into early November.

From abandoned mines to old hotels, the best haunted houses and halloween attractions, Arizona is home to some truly haunted places.

If you’re looking for a spine-tingling experience, be sure to check out these 27 haunted attractions and creepy corn mazes.

Many of these attractions will feel like they are straight out of horror movies!

ALSO READ: 11 Things to Do in Goldfield Ghost Town Arizona

#1 Vulture City Ghost Town and Gold Mine

October 21-23, 2022 | Wickenburg, AZ | Website

Go on a good old fashioned ghost hunt at Vulture City Ghost Town this year! Not appropriate for children under 5, this tour is reputed as a scary one.

Make sure to check out this link to learn more about the Halloween Experience coming to town the next to last weekend in October.

#2 Slaughterhouse

September 30 – October 2, October 6-9, 13-16, 20-23, 27-31, November 4 | Tucson, AZ | Website

Voted the number one haunted house in the country, the Slaughterhouse is an adult targeting haunted house in Tucson, located in Southern Arizona.

It is divided up into five different attractions including the infested Boiler Room, the Apocalypse, and Voodoo Bayou.

#3 Birdcage Theatre

Open 7 Days | Tombstone, AZ | Website

“The town that never dies” holds ghost tours seven days a week at the infamous Bird Cage theatre. One tour is for families, allowing children as young as seven years old to participate.

There is also an adult and teen only tour. Come witness the paranormal activity for yourself!

#4 Ghost Hunting Tours at Colossal Cave

First Saturday of Each Month | Vail, AZ | Website

Explore Colossal Cave and hunt for ghosts while using the latest paranormal equipment. The tours through the cave are open to guests five years old and older.

These investigative tours are scheduled to run three hours each.

Corn Maze at Field of Screams, Arizona

#5 AZ Field of Screams

October 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, 22-23, 29-30, 2022 | Glendale, AZ | Website

Walk through this haunted cornfield if you dare! Watch out, as there are many live actors in different costumes ready to scare you. There will also be an opportunity to pet the farm animals.

Tolmachoff Farms offers a 6-acre corn maze with an annually changing theme and while that’s meant for families, it you dare, you can try their haunted corn maze.

They also have a big pumpkin patch, mini corn maze, petting zoo, play areas, jumping pillow and more.

There are also pumpkins, train rides, tomato cannon and food vendors for additional fees. 

#6 Terror in the Corn

September 30 – October 1, October 6-8, 13-15, 20-22, 27-31, 2022 | Marana, AZ | Website

Hosted by Buckelew Farm, the Field of Screams, the Shady Acres Asylum, and the Circus of Horror this year at the Terror in the Corn!

This attraction is not intended for anyone under 12 years of age.

#7 Scarizona Scaregrounds

October 7-8, 14-16, 20-23, 27-31, 2022 | Mesa, AZ | Website

At the Scaregrounds, there will have 3 haunted houses: Slayer’s Slaughter House, Epic Fear (yep, total darkness here!) and Startled Darkness with creepy snakes and spiders.

These haunted houses in the east valley are really designed for adults and this promises to be the fright of your life!

If complete darkness and horror sounds fun to you, try this place of fear!

The scaregrounds are Tucson’s best haunted attraction.

Sanctum of Horror in Arizona

#8 Sanctum of Horror

September 23-24, 30 – October 1, 7-9, 13-16, 20-23, 26-31, 2022 | Mesa, AZ | Website

Witness the Sanctum of Horror and The Breach this year! Not intended for children, these attractions are sure to be bone chilling.

#9 Fear Farm Haunted House

Dates TBA | Glendale, AZ | Website

Touted by ABC News as a “must visit” haunted house, this is one of the most popular spots in Glendale. The dates and themes for this year are pending, but they advise against bringing anyone under thirteen.

#10 13th Floor Haunted House

Dates TBA | Phoenix, AZ | Website

According to USA Today, this haunted house is one of the top five in the country! With over one thousand five star reviews, this haunted house in downtown Phoenix offers several different terrifying attractions.

To see last year’s attractions, check the website. And be on the lookout for what they have in store for this season!

#11 Yuma Nightmares Haunted House

October 11-12, 18-19, 25-26, 31, 2022 | Yuma, AZ | Website

Plan to spend a half an hour at this haunted house, and wear footwear conducive to walking in sand! This massive haunted house covers around one acre and will have around fifty actors ready to send a chill down your spine.

Make sure to check out the “Twas The Fright Before Christmas” they host as well.

#12 Yuma Territorial Prison

Yuma, AZ | Website

Yuma Territorial Prison has been voted the best haunted destination in the country by USA Today readers. LIsten for voices inside the prison, and you might just hear an angry one yelling “Get out!”

#13 Old Bisbee Ghost Tour

Open 7 Days | Bisbee, AZ | Website

Walk through the streets, alleys, and stairways of old haunted Bisbee on your Ghost Tour!

Each tour lasts about an hour and forty five minutes. Make sure to check the website out and see what you will be up against in the photo gallery.

#14 Hotel Monte Vista (The Meat Man)

Flagstaff, AZ | Website

Book your stay at the Hotel Monte Vista in Northern Arizona, but make sure to check out room 220. This room housed a very peculiar guest, who died in the room.

He hung raw meat from the ceiling, and they say his ghost still haunts the room to this day, messing with the television and grabbing guests in their sleep!

#15 Most Haunted Hike at Lost Dutchman State Park

Apache Junction, AZ | Website

Hike around the Superstition Mountains on this trail that spans over two miles! There are a number of trails to hike at Lost Dutchman State Park, but the most haunted is called Treasure Loop. Beware – there have been reports of ghost sightings on this trail!

#16 Fox in a Box Tucson

Open 7 Days | Tucson, AZ | Website

Can you assemble a team that can create the antidote for the virus? Give it a go in the Zombie Lab Escape Room at Fox in a Box Tucson! This is a great team building or family activity.

This race against the clock is medium difficulty, as half the groups who enter are able to escape.

#17 Nightfall at Old Tucson

October 6-30, 2022 | Tucson, AZ | Website

From mazes, to the old west ghost town, to crazy stunts, Nightfall at Old Tucson promises to be quite the show. There is a kid friendly train ride that runs every day prior to sunset, and the train will run again after nightfall and is recommended for adults only.

There will also be food, beverages, and merchandise available for purchase.

#18 Willis Farms

September 25 – October 30, 2022 | Snowflake, AZ | Website

Closed on Sundays, the Willis Farms Festivities will include a corn maze and a haunt. There will be a special Kid Haunt on October 29 that is specifically geared toward families with little ones in tow.

Corn maze at Willis Farms

#19 A Haunting Experience Tour

Monday – Friday | Prescott, AZ | Website

Take a tour through the streets of one of the state’s old ghost towns, full of the spirits of old.

The tours are not geared toward guests younger than thirteen years old, and all children must have a guardian present.

#20 Haunted Hayride at Steam Pump Ranch

October 9,16,23,30, 2022 | Oro Valley, AZ | Website

This family friendly hayride will be spooky, but fun for all ages. Come enjoy the hayride and hear all the stories of local haunts! Make sure to order tickets ahead of time by following the link.

#21 The Domes of Casa Grande

Casa Grande, AZ | Website

The Casa Grande domes have been a source of curiosity for many years now. These odd structures are claimed to be the dwelling place of many ghosts!

Visit them before they get demolished and it is too late!

#22 Watch for Tours with the Phoenix Arizona Paranormal Society

Phoenix, AZ | Website

Go on a haunted paranormal investigative tour with the Phoenix Arizona Paranormal Society! Contact them directly to inquire about dates and locations, and be amazed by what you may experience! They can set up group tours or special events as well.

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#23 The Domes of Casa Grande

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While the Thornton Road Domes have signs up stating it’s private property, you can still see from a distance. There are spooky stories about these domes which are quite entertaining.

Inside the domes there are some creepy acoustics and unique art. Definitely worth reading up on the history and spooky past before you go. 

Visiting a Haunted Attraction in Arizona – Know Before You Go

  • Make sure to check the website and Facebook page of the haunted attraction you wish to visit for some potentially scary good savings. If you want to avoid the crowds, try not going on a weekend night (although some places are only open on the weekends).
  • While it’s fun to bring your entire family members and friends to go, keep in mind not all of these places are meant for kids. So if you’re planning on bringing kids, make sure to check the venues website for detail.
  • There are some venues that are set-up for young children, while others are for older teens or adults only. These are not for the faint of heart!
  • Some of the events also offer other attractions, live music and more.
  • It’s recommended if you have heart conditions or are pregnant, to not visit these haunted attractions.

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Where the Ghosts At? Haunted Houses in Arizona You Need to Visit!

July 21, 2023

Many people enjoy the thrill of being scared during the Halloween season. Haunted houses, horror movies, spooky stories, and epic fear contribute to the adrenaline rush and excitement that comes with the holiday.

haunted houses in Arizona

Arizona is known for its stunning desert landscapes and rich Native American history. But it also has ghost towns and haunted hotels. I’m a person who enjoys family Halloween costumes. But I also enjoy a good fright on Halloween night. From ghost stories to total darkness, I love embracing the spooky spirit of Halloween. Most haunted houses in Arizona don’t allow young children. However, that didn’t stop me from partaking in and sharing some of the ones I’ve found.

What makes a haunted house worthy of visiting?

A haunted house can be considered one of the best-haunted houses based on several factors that combine to create a memorable and immersive experience for visitors. Some of those factors that people might consider for haunted houses in Arizona are:

  • Scary Atmosphere
  • High-Quality Production
  • Creative and Unique Themes
  • Engaging Storytelling
  • Surprising and Unpredictable Scares
  • Talented Actors
  • Variety of Scares
  • Attention to Safety
  • Capacity and Timing Management
  • Star reviews and Reputation

Haunted Houses in Arizona

1) fear farm.

Fear Farm Haunted Fairgrounds & Corn Maze – Fear Farm Haunted House is not just a single haunted house but a complex of multiple haunted attractions, mazes, and scare zones. There is a Haunted corn maze you can add on for an extra $10, that’s been described as pure terror. Fear Farm’s Midway only adds to your haunted experience. You’ll enjoy a spooky carnival experience complete with cotton candy and funnel cakes, music, lights, and undead characters roaming throughout. It typically opens its doors from late September through October, offering visitors a terrifying and immersive Halloween experience.

Things to know:

No costumes, facepaint, props, or handheld items are allowed inside. While outside the haunt, feel free to take photos and grab food and drink at one of the vendors. While inside the haunt, no food, drinks, bottles, recording devices, flash photography, or flashlights are allowed. Bring a clear bag! Wearing heels or flip-flops is discouraged – they tend to end up in the lost and found. Small groups only: No groups larger than 10 will be sent through together. If you arrive with more than 10 in your party, you will be split into smaller groups to enter.

Address: 6801 N. 99TH Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85307

2) Slaughter House

The Slaughterhouse was a 1950s meatpacking plant turned into five bone-chilling attractions under one roof in 2009. It was voted the scariest haunted house in the United States, and featured on the Travel Channel. Known for its brutal treatment of animals before closing down decades ago; now it has become one of Tucson’s premier haunted attractions named after its sinister past. Rumors suggest that not all spirits left when the butchery ended – visitors claim encounters with malicious entities lurking among bloodstained walls while exploring darkened hallways filled with bone-chilling screams. These rooms included the infested Boiler Room, Cirque du Slay, City Meats, The Apocalypse, and the demented Voodoo Bayou.

Older than 10 is recommended, but younger than 13 years old is allowed, if accompanied by an adult.

Refunds are never given.

Address: 1102 W. Grant Rd. Tucson, AZ 85705

3) Mount Mayhem

Mount Mayhem is one of the most well-regarded home haunts for its high-quality production value, creative themes, and attention to detail. It was a labor of love for the homeowners, who invested time and effort to transform their property into a hauntingly immersive experience during the Halloween season. It’s a good scare but still safe enough for the entire family. Admission is complimentary but they do accept donations.

  • All minors must be accompanied by an adult
  • No flip-flops, high heels nor wedges will be allowed as the haunt is outside. Please wear proper footwear.

Address: 1740 E Purdue Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85020

4) 13th-Floor Haunted House

One of the largest and most well-known haunted houses in Phoenix, offering multiple themed attractions with high-quality production and scares. It is part of the “Thirteenth Floor Entertainment Group,” which operates multiple haunted houses across different cities in the United States. The 13th Floor Haunted House in Phoenix offers a thrilling and immersive Halloween experience for horror enthusiasts and those seeking scares and thrills. The attraction typically opens during the Halloween season, from late September through late October, and provides visitors with a variety of terrifying and spooky scenes.

Small groups only: No groups larger than 10 will be sent through together. If you arrive with more than 10 in your party, you will be split into smaller groups to enter.

Food & Beverage: Make sure you stop by the awesome food trucks.

THE EVENT MAY BE TOO INTENSE FOR CHILDREN 12 & UNDER.

Free street parking is available around the haunted house.

Address: 2814 W. BELL RD. PHOENIX, AZ 85053

5) Terror in the Corn

Voted Tucson’s best-haunted attraction for years, Tucson’s Terror In the Corn is Southern Arizona’s scariest and most unique Halloween event. Terror in the Corn offers visitors a unique and immersive haunted experience set in a spooky corn field. The attraction typically features spooky corn mazes, haunted hayrides, and other scare-filled activities. Visitors navigate their way through the haunted maze while encountering various creepy scenes, terrifying characters, and spine-chilling surprises along the way.

Address: I-10 & Marana Rd. (Exit 236) • 11820 W Marana Rd, Marana, AZ 85653

6) The Haunted Graveyard

The Haunted Graveyard is a 13-minute haunted house with live actors, fog, loud noises, illusions, and details like you’ve never seen at a home. It’s really intense and the walk-through is not recommended for children under 13 (they can always enjoy the front yard). Nestled in the heart of old town Scottsdale, this display is free to the public, with a $5 suggested donation to keep the magic alive.

This is a home haunt.

Please park on Granite Reef for the sanity of the neighbors and take your trash with you.

Address: 8414 E VALLEY VISTA DR, SCOTTSDALE, AZ (It’s located three blocks north of the intersection of Granite Reef Road and McDonald Drive in Scottsdale.)

7) AZ Field of Screams

Tolmachoff Farms is a family-owned and operated farm located in Glendale, Arizona. It is a popular destination for families and visitors, offering a variety of seasonal activities and events throughout the year. It is home to the AZ Field of Screams. AZ Field of Screams is a haunted corn maze, where visitors navigate through dark and eerie corridors in the cornfield, encountering creepy scenes, terrifying characters, and unexpected scares. The maze is typically themed each year to offer a fresh and unique experience to both new and returning groups of curious explorers.

This haunted attraction is designed to create an immersive and intense Halloween adventure, complete with professional actors, special effects, and intricate sets. The goal is to provide a heart-pounding experience that will leave visitors on edge and immersed in the Halloween spirit.

Dates: September 30th – October 31st

Fridays, Saturdays, and Halloween night

Times: 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Haunted maze ticket: $25.00 all ages (last ticket sales and entry into the farm is 10:00 pm)

Combo tickets: Haunt and Family maze $30.00 all ages (last ticket sales and entry into the farm is 8:00 pm)

Opening Night Special, September 30th Special price

Haunted Maze only: $20.00 each all ages (last ticket sales and entry into the farm is 10:00 pm

5726 N 75th Ave, Glendale, AZ 85303 ·

8) Sanctum of Horror

The Sanctum of Horror is another notable haunted attraction in Mesa, offering multiple themed haunted houses and a creepy, immersive experience. It’s family owned and operated, with two different attractions you can enjoy. Located at Superstition Springs Center. Sanctum of Horror has been scaring the East Valley for 7 years. With breathtaking makeup and incredible detail that will surely frighten the soul. Not only will you be terrified, but you will be immersed in the Sanctum’s world.

Address: 6555 East Southern Avenue

Mesa, AZ 85206

8) Scarizona Scaregrounds

Scarizona Scaregrounds is home to Mayhem in the Madness and Startled Darkness haunted houses. Mayhem in the Madness is all about chaos, disorder, bedlam, and havoc. If you do not wish to see clowns, blood, guts, gore, human flesh torn, stoplights, smoke, or other shocking experiences then you should not attend. Startled Darkness is complete darkness. If you don’t like dark confined spaces this is not the house for you. This interactive experience has a variety of startling sounds, jolts, jumps, and scares. If you do not like things jumping out at you or close encounters with people from all angles, you should not enter this house! In 2020 some of the attractions included: Epic Fear, Slayer’s Slaughter House, and Arizona’s first interactive zombie paintball shoot “Operation Zombie Storm.”

not recommended for kids under the age of 12 years old.

no flip flops or open-toed shoes.

1901 N. Alma School Road

Mesa, Arizona 85201

9) Terror Nights Haunted House

Terror Nights is a walk-through home haunt/haunted house located in Tempe, Arizona. It has been operating for over 13 years.

Address: 511 E La Donna Dr, Tempe, AZ 85283

10) Nightfall at Old Tucson

“Nightfall at Old Tucson” is a popular haunted attraction located at Old Tucson, a Western-themed movie studio and theme park in Tucson, Arizona. Nightfall typically takes place during the Halloween season, offering visitors a unique and thrilling experience. This totally terrifying town is a fully immersive experience that combines terrifying mazes with live entertainment and a town full of characters that you can interact with throughout the night. You can choose to uncover their secrets, help them with their problems or just enjoy a show at the Grand Palace. If you’re a fan of haunted experiences and enjoy a mix of Halloween scares with an Old West twist, Nightfall at Old Tucson is likely to provide a memorable and spooky adventure.

Address: 201 Kinney Rd, Tucson, AZ 85735

11) The Gauntlet Haunted House

Located at Golfland-sunsplash The Gauntlet is a terrifying maze full of heart-pounding terror. Our multi-level haunted house contains ground-breaking special effects, animatronics, and skilled actors. The Gauntlet is not recommended for young children under 13 years old and those with heart conditions. Participants will be required to crawl and climb over objects and stairs.

Things to know: If you require special accommodations, please be sure to inform the haunted house staff.

Address: 155 W Hampton Ave, Mesa, AZ 85210

What makes haunted houses in Arizona special?

Halloween allows people of all ages to embrace their playful side and indulge in dressing up in costumes. It’s an opportunity to become someone or something else for a night, which can be exciting and liberating. It brings communities together and creates a sense of camaraderie. Ultimately, what makes a haunted house one of the best is its ability to transport visitors into a world of fright, leaving them with lasting memories and a sense of exhilaration. A combination of creativity, attention to detail, and a commitment to delivering a thrilling and safe experience sets the best-haunted attractions apart from the rest.

Keep in mind that the themes and designs of the haunted houses in Arizona may change from year to year to keep the attraction fresh and exciting. As with any seasonal attraction, it’s important to check the official website or local event listings for the most up-to-date information about the opening hours and dates for the current year. Remember that information might change from year to year, so make sure to plan your visit accordingly if you’re interested in experiencing any Halloween attractions.

Have you visited any haunted houses in Arizona? I would love to hear your favorites!

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This Victorian home, built in 1895 by a prominent doctor and politician, sits in downtown Phoenix's Heritage Square , next to the Arizona Science Center . It currently operates as a history museum, though many have heard unexplained footsteps and a warm temperature coming from empty fireplaces. The home is thought to be haunted by a caretaker who was shot outside of the house in the 1980s. You can buy tickets here for a tour - if you dare. 

113 N. Sixth St., Phoenix

Hotel San Carlos

Both employees and guests of this downtown Phoenix hotel, which opened in 1928, have heard and seen ghosts. The most common ghost sighting is thought to be that of Leone Jensen, a woman who jumped off the roof - some say because of a broken heart. 

202 N. Central Ave., Phoenix

Orpheum Theater

Don't miss a chance to see a concert or performance at this gorgeous theater in downtown Phoenix, built in 1928. If you do, you may see resident ghost Mattie watching along from the balcony. Tours of the theater take place on Tuesdays. 

203 W. Adams St., Phoenix

Lon's at Hermosa Inn

The Hermosa Inn is a beautiful boutique hotel that's perfect for those Old West vibes. Whether you're dining at Lon's or staying the night, you may hear the original owner, painter Alonzo "Lon" Megargee, breaking bottles, or see him in his cowboy gear. 

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Pioneer Living History Museum

This historic area in north Phoenix, which consists of 26 buildings dating all the way back to the late 1800s, is a great spot to see how Phoenix started. It's a great place to hear how Phoenix sounded too - there have been reports of children singing in the old schoolhouse. 

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Crowne Plaza Phoenix-Chandler Golf Resort

This resort, now a highly sought-after place to get a round of golf, originally opened as the San Marcos Hotel in 1912. It has hosted a number of Golden Age movie stars like Clark Gable and Fred Astaire - some guests have stuck around, such as a female figure that appears to visitors.

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This two-story home in a quiet neighborhood in east Mesa may appear rather innocent, but it is anything but. Pay a visit to 4055 East El Camino Street in late October, and you’re guaranteed to experience the best haunted houses have to offer. Ghosts, skeletons and the undead are just some of the inhabitants of this ghoulish garage.

The House on Camino a great experience for children of all ages.

#3 – Scarizona Scaregrounds

Scarizona Scaregrounds is located at 1901 N. Alma School Rd. in Scottsdale. It’s open every night in October, with the exception of the 22nd, at 7:00 p.m.

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The AZ Field of Screams is located at 5726 N. 75th Ave. It’s open Friday and Saturday from 7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m. It’s also open on Halloween night.

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There are plenty of haunted places in the Southwest of America, including ghost towns, creepy houses, and themed attractions.

The Phoenix metro area is a particularly awesome place to be during Halloween season if you enjoy fun frights and festive parties. But there are also lots of other places around the state to get spooked and embrace the haunted spirit of the season too.

Here are some of the best haunted houses in Arizona to help you enjoy spooky fun!

1. The Crypt Haunted Attraction

The Crypt is one of the longest-running scary events in Arizona and always a great one to kick off your Halloween season. This is a funerary-themed show with grim reapers, ghouls, coffins, and many more creepy sights.

In fact, the Crypt is part of a double attraction that also includes the Asylum, a place where a mad doctor turns inmates into killers. There’s also the Chaos Maze if you’re brave and skilled enough to find your way out. All attractions are located at US 60 and Alma School, next to Fiesta Mall.

2. Fear Farm Haunted House

Fear Farm Haunted House is one of the most Epic Haunted Houses in Arizona

Fear Farm is another popular place to be during the Halloween season in Arizona. The attraction is located on 27 acres of land and is a huge attraction with hundreds of cast members ready to hunt you down and scare you.

There are numerous haunts here, including Bunker : The Arrival, Slaughterhouse, Pumpkin Witch, Fallout and The Plague. Find your way through one of the Haunted Corn Maze, watch live entertainment, and grab a bite to eat from one of the on-site food trucks.

3. Scarizona Scaregrounds

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This haunted attraction is set on a quarry on the edge of the city of Mesa and has a fairgrounds vibe. Here you can see lots of sideshow entertainers, run into all sorts of scary characters with chainsaws and other props, and even play paintball against zombies.

This is the first interactive zombie paintball experience in the state, and it will definitely get your heart pumping. Top attractions here are Virtual Terror, Slayer’s Slaughter House and Epic Fear. Meanwhile, Startled Darkness involves guests crawling through dark hallways to face their worst fears.

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4. 13th Floor Haunted House

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This Phoenix haunted house is absolutely terrifying and seriously not for the faint of heart. The attractions are chilling and thrilling, putting visitors through all sorts of terrors to get through the maze – like Creature Feature and Rise of the Dead, where visitors need to run for their lives to escape zombies. The 13th Floor Haunted House is graphic and theatrical, so get ready for some shocking twists.

5. Yuma Nightmares Haunted House

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I must recommend heading down to the warm and sunny city of Yuma around Halloween to check out the interactive Yuma Nightmares Haunted House. This is an event recommended for visitors aged 12 and older, and it involves walking in sand, so wear closed-toed shoes.

6. Old Bisbee Ghost Tour

For something a little different from a haunted house this Halloween, check out one of the Old Bisbee Ghost Tours. These tours are led by hosts that take visitors through the streets of the town to learn about the ghosts that are still rumored to haunt this historic Arizona region.

You’ll get to explore Old Bisbee after dark, and hear haunting stories as you make your way through the tour and see the sights. There’s also an Old Bisbee Haunted Pub Crawl that takes place on Saturday nights.

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7. Mount Mayhem

Located in the backyard of a Phoenix residence, this haunted house has been spooking spectators since 2009 with a unique combination of malevolent clowns, foreboding fortune-tellers, wicked games, torturous mazes, and freak show gore. This year’s theme, Zirkus: The Dark Carnival, promises depraved clowns and a Spooktacular sideshow full of freakish feats.

8. Haunted Graveyard Arizona

If there’s one thing the host of Arizona’s Haunted Graveyard, Chris Burkett, has, it’s experience. This wedding-DJ-turned-horror-master has been in the business of scaring folks for three decades. His interactive experience engulfs his entire yard with multimedia displays drawing influence from all over.

This year, though, the haunted attraction takes its inspiration from John Carpenter’s character from his Halloween series, Michael Myers. As such, Burkett’s garage and yard will display recreations of popular scenes from the movies.

9. AZ Field of Screams

Brave this six-acre corn maze, and you’re in for one wicked walk. Lurking in the shadows of this scary nighttime attraction are creepy clowns, leather – faced weirdos, and bloody beasts, all ready to scare you to your core. This dark, dangerous maze takes approximately 45 minutes to an hour to complete, and you can expect to feel fearful with each step further into the field.

10. The Slaughter House

Tucson’s Slaughter House boasts that it’s “the only haunted house that’s actually haunted.” While we can’t say whether it’s true, its five “bone-chilling” attractions certainly are startling.

First, there’s the infested Boiler Room, then there’s Cirque du Slay (which you’ll want to stay away from if you have a phobia of clowns, just saying), after which is City Meats — an “extreme haunt” where people can and will physically grab you, a zombie killing adventure called The Apocalypse, and finally, the “demented” Voodoo Bayou.

11. Fear Farm Haunted House Phoenix AZ

Experience Glendale’s renowned Halloween celebration, the Fear Farm Haunted Fairgrounds & Corn Maze. Popular attractions include a Nuketown, Chop House and much more.

12. House Of Fear AZ

If there’s one thing the House Of Fear AZ, has, it’s thrilling suspense. This haunted house has been in the business of scaring folks for three decades. Its interactive experience engulfs his entire yard with multimedia displays drawing influence from all over.

On any given weekend in Arizona, you can go to any of the spooky haunted houses on this list and find out what lurks in the corners of the dark ghostly houses. However, keep in mind that these Arizona haunted houses aren’t for the faint-hearted.

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  18. 12 Spooky Haunted Houses in Arizona [Update 2023]

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  21. Flagstaff Haunted Houses

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