Haunted houses in NH

Love a good scream or bone-chilling tale? Here's a list of haunted houses and attractions in NH

(Note: In 2020, everything is subject to change during the pandemic. Be sure to check with your attraction of choice about ticket availability and safety protocols before heading over for some spooky fun.)

Harvest of Haunts

Where: Charmingfare Farm
Route 27 in Candia, NH

When: October 17, 24 and 31, 2020

About: The farm is going back to a simpler time, to where it all began. Visitors are welcomed to come board a horse-drawn wagon and travel through the darken forest along old logging trails. The horses will make one stop at a clearing deep in the woods. Once there folks will be greeted by our storyteller who has a spine-chilling Halloween ghost story to share. There will be complimentary hot cocoa available for all.

More info: Call (603) 483-5623 or visitthefarm.com

Tickets: $249 for 10 people

Haunted Overload

Where: DeMeritt Hill Farm
66 Lee Road in Lee, NH

When: Nighttime haunts start at 7 p.m. on various Thursdays through Sundays from October 9-31, 2020
Want the fun without the fright? Check out daytime haunts on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from October 9-31 (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.)

About: Consistently ranked one of the top haunted attractions in the country. Twisted creatures wait around every turn in the most frightening patch of forest in New England. Our haunted trail is a one-of-a-kind, fully immersive Halloween experience that features our stunning sets, handmade props, and spectacular costumes in their most terrifying element. The attraction is not recommended for small children.

More info: hauntedoverload.com

Tickets: $27 per person in advance. Day time haunts are $7 per person.

Screeemfest (Cancelled in 2020)

Where: Canobie Lake Park
85 North Policy Street in Salem, NH

When: Returns in 2021

About: Enjoy your favorite rides and venture into the haunted houses for a good scream. Don’t miss live entertainment and Saturday night fireworks. On Saturday and Sundays, the park opens at 1 p.m. and is scare-free until 5:30 p.m. Kids can enjoy a petting zoo and other non-haunted fun.

More info: canobie.com

Tickets: Prices and times vary from $24-$44.

Spooky World presents Nightmare New England

Where: Mel’s Funway
Route 3A in Litchfield, NH

When: September 25 and 26, weekends in October, and Nov 1, 7, and 13, 2020

About: Nightmare New England is a massive 60-acre Halloween Scream Park. The scale and variety of the park offers something for even the boldest of Halloween fanatics. Terrifying haunted attractions, haunted hayride and and a monster midway are among guest favorites. The monster midway features concessions, gifts, photo opportunities, tarot card readings, fire pit, celebrity appearances, go-karts, batting cages, two themed 18-hole mini-golf courses and more.

More info: nightmarenewengland.com

Tickets: Prices start at $39.99 and go up to $64.99.

Fright Kingdom

Where: 12 Simon Street in Nashua, NH

When: Friday-Sunday, Oct. 2-31, 2020

About: Fright Kingdom has been recognized as one of the top haunted houses by Haunted Attraction Magazine and America’s Best Haunts.

More info: frightkingdom.com

Tickets: $27 for general admission

Categories: Fall Fun, Halloween