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Pittsburgh Haunted Houses 2013

Haunted Houses & Haunted Tours in and around Pittsburgh

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Updated October 03, 2013

Pittsburgh and the surrounding counties of southwestern and western Pennsylvania know how to celebrate Halloween in style. Literally hundreds of Pittsburgh haunted houses, haunted trails, and haunted tours are available to area residents, from the popular family-friendly Halloween Happenings at Phipps Conservatory in Pittsburgh, to the spooky haunts and thrilling rides of Kenywood Park's Phantom Fright Nights, rated No. 3 Halloween event by Amusement Today and the Scarehouse, rated "5th Best Haunted House in America" by Hauntworld Magazine. The list includes Pittsburgh haunted houses as well as haunted houses in neighboring southwestern and western Pennsylvania counties. Pittsburgh haunted houses are listed in alphabetical order, not by how spooky they are ;)

Pittsburgh Haunted Houses

Allen's Haunted Hayrides
Fayette County
Now in its 34th year, Allen's Haunted Hayride bills itself as the oldest haunted hayride in America. Ghosts and ghouls await you in the dark woods and fields, and haunted barn. Campfire sites, carnival rides and concessions invite you to make an evening of it.
October 3–5, 10–12, 17–19, 24–26 and 31, 2013

Castle Blood
Westmoreland County
The MacCabre Family is back for their 21st year - their second at their indoor location in Monessen in Pittsburgh's Mon Valley. This popular haunt includes thrills, chills, awesome special effects, and a very interactive experience. Daytime "no scare" tours also available on Sunday October 20 & 27, 2013.
October 4–6, 11–13, 18–20 and 25–27, plus October 31, 2013

Cheeseman's Fright Farm
Butler County
Face your greatest fears at this haunted hayride, haunted trail and haunted house at Cheeseman's Farm in Portersville, Butler County (20 minutes north of Cranberry). Not recommended for small children or wimpy adults.
September 20–22 and 27–28; October 4–6, 11–13, 17–20, 24–27, 2013

Creatures of the Night
Allegheny County & Butler County
A unique Halloween treat for the entire family! Delight in this non-scary experience along the trails of Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve (Fox Chapel) or Succop Conservancy (Butler), where you will encounter some of nature's nocturnal creatures. Snacks and drinks will be provided and Halloween costumes are welcome.
October 18–19, 2013 (BFNR) and October 25, 2013 (SC)

Demon House
Washington County
The gorgeous old 17-room McCue Mansion in Monongahela, PA, is completely revamped and transformed as a Halloween haunt. This is not your typical haunted house full of gimmicks, however. Owner Billy McCue says there won't be a "guy with a chainsaw running after you." Instead he calls Demon House a "haunted experience."
September 13–14, 20–21 and 27–28; October 4–6, 11–13, 18–20, 24–27 and 31, 2013

Freddy's Haunts
Beaver County
Half-mile, all-enclosed spooky walking trail is located deep in the woods of Independence Township, Aliquippa, Beaver County. Over 40 actors bring your fears to life.
September 20–22 and 27–29; October 4–6, 11–13, 18–20 and 25–27, 2013

Gateway Clipper Halloween Cruises
Allegheny County
Gateway Clipper celebrates Halloween with Haunted Halloween Dinner cruises, fun Halloween Monster Party Cruises for the kids, plus a Halloween Whodunit? cruise.
October 16, 25 and 26, 2013

Ghost Tours of Nemacolin Castle
Washington County
Tour historic Nemacolin Castle by candlelight while hearing stories of ghostly experiences that are said to have happened in the castle.
October 5–6, 12–13, 19–20, 26–27 and 31; November 1–3, 2013

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