Haunted houses in New York: Find Halloween attractions in NYC

Laugh-scream your way through a parade of ghosts, serial killers and things that go bump in the night at these Halloween haunted houses in New York.

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Coney Island’s Nights Of Horror haunted house

Coney Island’s Nights Of Horror haunted house Photograph: Bruce Handy


Every year, New York warehouse spaces rise from their graves and provide a refuge for out-of-work actors seeking well-paid seasonal jobs (seriously, make sure to have a good look at them—you've probably seen them in Law & Order). We admit, being raised on a visual diet of graphic violence and horror films, we're kinda hard to spook, but haunted houses can at least provide the chance to mess with your friends, and you're guaranteed that something'll make you jump out of your skin at least once.

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Laugh-scream your way through a parade of ghosts, serial killers and things that go bump in the night at these Halloween haunted houses in New York. Every year, New York warehouse spaces rise from their graves and provide a refuge for out-of-work actors seeking well-paid seasonal jobs (seriously, make sure to have a good look at them—you've probably seen them in Law & Order). We admit, being raised on a visual diet of graphic violence and horror films, we're kinda hard to spook, but haunted houses can at least provide the chance to mess with your friends, and you're guaranteed that something'll make you jump out of your skin at least once. RECOMMENDED: Complete guide to Halloween, NYC haunted houses, and costume shops Haunted houses in New York Backstage at a haunted house We ask professional scarers what it’s like to work at a frightening Halloween attraction. Blackout Haunted House There's no safety in numbers here: You have to go through with just a flashlight for company. Nightmare: Killers 2 Nightmare creator Tim Haskell takes another stab at bringing historical and contemporary serial killers back to life, such as Harrison Graham, Aileen Wuornos, Ed Gein and Charles Manson. Blood Manor One of the biggest and most popular of New York's horror of haunted houses. Sleep No More A multitude of searing sights crowd the spectator's gaze at the bedazzling and uncanny theater installation Sleep No More. Gravesend Inn Haunted Hotel Every year, students in City Tech’s The




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