Are you ready to scream you head off? Do you like being scared every time you turn around a corner? If you are anything like my family, you are wondering where the best haunted houses are in your area this year. You are in luck if you live in the Buffalo, New York area.
We’ve searched the web and have decided that Buffalo and its surrounding areas offer some of the best Halloween thrillers in New York. Get ready to face your fears at the following fright night adventures and haunted houses below:
Darien Lake’s Fright Fest
You don’t have to wait for the Fright Night Field Trip…visit BOOville for some daytime excitement, too during the Halloween season. Fright Fest starts September 26th and goes on thru October 18th, with tickets a whopping $19.99. You can grab some discounts at Wegmans. Need more info? Go to www.godarienlake.com.
Dark Raven Manor and Scare at the Fair have combined their frightful ingenuity to come up with five haunted houses that will be open to the brave public from October 1st through the 31st. If you’re interested in a few different horrific adventures, head to Final Fear at The Fairgrounds in Hamburg. For more information, go to www.yourfinalfear.com.
America’s Screampark hosts its own famous five haunted houses from September 18th to November 14th. You can get a Frightpass for $30 to get the VIP pass that lets you skip through the lines or pay only $23 for a ticket that will allow you into all five creepy houses, in line with everybody else. Check out www.hauntedbuffalo.com for more details.
House of Horrors & Haunted Catacombs
Fight your way through the psycho killers and zombies in these houses and Catacombs from September 25th to November 1. You can get one of those no-wait passes to go ahead of the anxious crowds in line for $25 or just a general admission ticket for $20. You can find out more info at www.houseofhorrorsbuffalo.com.
Lockport Haunted Cave
This fight tour on foot lasts an hour and ten minutes and travels right beside the early 1800’s Hydraulic Race Power Tunnel that runs underground and the Erie Canal. Open only October 14th-30th for $11 for the walking tour, but if you’re brave enough, you can pay $16 to do the underground boat ride in addition to the walking tour. They recommend you make a reservation and head to Lockporthauntedcave.com for more info.
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