Embrace the scares with Asheville.com’s 2018 guide to Halloween in Asheville, filled with terror trails, haunted houses, and family-friendly trick-or-treating.
LaZoom’s Haunted Comedy Tour’s Slashville
92 Patton Ave, Asheville, NC 28801
LaZoom’s year-round Haunted Comedy Tour is getting an injection of slasher movie tropes just in time for Halloween. Things might get scary! Or at least funny scary. A masked killer is on the loose, wreaking havoc on the passengers and crew. Or maybe he’s just on a fall foliage vacation? Freddy Krueger is in town, but he’s not killing dreamy teens anymore, and a certain young lady who crawls out of TVs is hanging around the Grove Arcade. Tickets are $26 and reservations are strongly encouraged.
Pinhead’s Graveyard Outdoor Haunted House
2099 Asheville Hwy, Candler, NC 28715
Pinhead’s Graveyard, located in Asheville, North Carolina, is one of the top rated haunted houses in North Carolina. It is also the longest running outdoor haunted house in Western North Carolina. You will see main horror movie characters who do not want to be bothered including Pinhead, Freddy Krueger, Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees, Leatherface, Otis, Victor Crowley, Jeepers Creepers, Scream, and many more. Tickets are $20 per person with free parking included.
The Haunted Trail
150 Eastside Dr, Black Mountain, NC 28711
The Haunted Trail is returning to Pisgah Brewery Oct. 24-28 for its 6th year scaring Buncombe County families. The complete package includes a heart pumping walk through the trail filled with live actors, spooky sounds, and spectacular props. It is absolutely thrilling for ages 5-12. The trail’s crypt keepers consider the journey to be intermediately scary, ideal for families looking for a spooky session that doesn’t cross into violence or gore. Guests may stroll at their own pace through the trail taking in every spooky detail. Patrons can enjoy the sights or pass on by if the scene is too scary. The ability to design your own fright level makes the trail truly unique and appropriate for all ages.
Ghost Hunters of Asheville
Ghost stories are steeped in entanglements of fact, myth, and legend. Yet, countless hours of research have been taken to best authenticate our information. Guides are carefully chosen for storytelling abilities, paranormal knowledge, and fun and friendly personas. The company offers tours in downtown Asheville, Montford, and Black Mountain. Ghost tour tickets are $20 for adults, $13 for ages 6-15, and entry is free for children six and under.
Dark Ride Tours
Have the thrill of your life as you ride in a real “haunted” 1972 Cadillac hearse to the most frightening ghost sites around Asheville, North Carolina.
The Haunted Farm
624 Townsend Road, Hendersonville, NC 28792
Just fifteen minutes from Asheville, The Haunted Farm is the scariest halloween attraction in Western North Carolina. We hope you survive fifty minutes of terror through the three main parts of the farm — The Woods, The Farm, The Haunted Hayride. Tickets are $25 per person and parking is $3 per car; cash is the only accepted form of payment (an ATM will be available onsite).
The Myers Haunted House
237 Bell Ave, East Flat Rock, NC 28726
Come enjoy a self-guided haunt featuring old Hollywood horror film characters from Michael Myers, Freddy, Jason, Leatherface and more. The Myers Haunted House is recommended for ages 7 & up but is at the parents discretion.
Grove House Entertainment Complex
11 Grove Street, Downtown Asheville, NC 28801
The Grove House Entertainment Complex is famous for the scariest and best annual Halloween costume and dance party in WNC! This year will be the most frightening and fun to-date! You’ll be terrified by monsters lurking around every corner… beware as you walk through each themed-area dripping with creepy décor. You will succumb to your fears as you migrate throughout the Haunted Grove House Inferno’s three levels – themed to Dante’s Nine Circles of Hell.
Popular Trick-or-Treating Locations
The Asheville Mall
Treats on the Street on Main Street in Weaverville
Mount Carmel Subdivision Near Erwin High School
Halloween in Hendersonville
Interesting in attending activities around the Hendersonville or Flat Rock areas? Visit Hendersonville.com’s Halloween guide for more information!
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