Haunted Houses | Where to Get Scared in Indy

Somehow 2020 should not be allowed to get anymore intense; double hurricanes, murder hornets, and obviously the coronavirus. However, we have plenty of ways to strike fear in your heart. Check out this list of central Indiana haunted houses and prepare to be terrified.

Haunted Houses Around Central Indiana

Indy Scream Park

5211 S. New Columbus Road, Anderson, IN 46013

With 6 separate attractions including a Monster Midway and a new for 2020 Zombie Paintball Assault, anyone looking for a good freight will delight in visiting this huge park. The season runs September 11-November 7 and hours vary. Check www.indyscreampark.com for all the gory details.

Haunted Angelus House

8829 E. Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46219

The house that raises funds for a cerebral palsy group is offering three great attractions for one low price. New for 2020 is Hell Town and Village of the Damned. Their season runs September 25-November 7, come rain or shine. Check the website at www.500grim.com

House Of Trepidation

1929 S. Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN 46225

For highly detailed and intense startle scares from entrance to exit head just south of downtown Indy for a three attractions indoor scream. Season starts September 18. Head to the website www.317haunts.com for hours and ticket info.

Nightmare On Edgewood

1927 S Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46225

What is your favorite horror movie? You are likely to be a part of it this year at “The Cinema”. Come face to face with Pennywise, Freddy or Annabelle – if you dare. “The Cinema” is one of four frightful attractions this year. Get spooked from September 25-November 7. Check their website www.nightmareonedgewood.com for hours and ticket info.

Hanna Haunted Acres

7323 E Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46239

New this year, enter into Descension; underground caves so pitch black you have to use your other senses to make your way out. If you are brave enough (and survive Descension) check out the five other attractions. Get your scare on from September 25-November 1. Find out all the ways Hanna is keeping you safe, along with hours and ticket info at www.hannahauntedacres.com

Piney Acres Scream Farm

1115 E 1000 N, Fortville, IN 46060

With 72 acres of terrors and three attractions to shake you to your bones you are sure to have nightmares if you can even fall asleep when you get home. Visit weekends from September 25-October 31. Save some money with pre-purchased tickets and get more info at www.pineyacresscreamfarm.com

Fright Manor

350 Anniston Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46627

Three terrifying haunts to get your adrenaline running. Show your support for the Southport Little League while walking through the Portal to Hell weekends September 25-November 9. Find ticket info at www.frightmanor.com

The Thirteenth Hour

850 S Keystone Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46203

“Time is short, screams are forever”. Immerse yourself at this haunted attraction near Fountain Square. Attempt to survive this outdoors, haunted story told in three separate chapters. The story is told from September 19-November 7. Get timed ticket entrance info and more at www.thirteenthhourindy.com

Edge of Insanity

5635 N 00 E W, Kokomo, IN 46901

Head to Kokomo and see if you can make it out of the asylum with your sanity intact. Test your mental capacity Fridays and Saturdays throughout October. Find all the crazy details at www.weitlesasylum.com

“IT” House

115 W State Street, Fortville, IN 46040

In Fortville, just East of Indy, red balloons tend to show up tied to sewer grates around Halloween. Visit the “IT” house and maybe you will bump into Pennywise himself. Day and night displays change weekly and allow for different scare levels. Check their facebook page for specifics www.facebook.com/FortvilleITHouse/

Headless Horseman

13400 Allisonville Road, Fishers, IN 46038

Conner Prairie has done it again. In addition to the traditional headless horseman they have incorporated a corn maze inspired by the legendary tale with three options from kid friendly to an after dark spooky labyrinth. The attractions officially start September 26, but visit www.ConnerPrairie.org for all the headless details.

The Barn of Terror

8792 N Old State Road 37 Bloomington, IN 47408

Head south to Bloomington to take down zombies in their Zombie Paintball gallery. Try your luck in the escape room. They have hauntings every Friday and Saturday night in October with a FREE kids trick or treat on the 31st! Visit www.barnofterror.com for ticket and other great info.

Evil on Erie

1240 Erie Street, Lafayette, IN 47905

15,000 square feet of terror spaced out through three houses awaits you in Lafayette. Can you conquer the “persecution and pain” house? Think you can handle your “fear’s and phobia’s”? Test yourself and sign the waiver to enter the “Hooded Vile Haunt” house. Dates of operation for 2020 TBA.

Find more info at www.EvilonErie.com

Monster MASKarade

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, 3000 N Meridian Street,  Indianapolis, IN 46208

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is sticking with their tradition of offering kid friendly haunts. Held this year outside, in the Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience on Fridays and Saturdays throughout October. Get ready for spooky, silly, and well decorated games and attractions. Check their website for ticket info www.childrensmuseum.org

With so much unknown and rescheduled this year it’s nice having the good ‘ol haunted houses to look forward to. You will want to visit their websites and see what kind of new protocols have been implemented to protect their “employees” and guests. Some may require face masks, be only held outside or only sell pre-paid, time slot tickets. Did we miss any you think we should add our list?

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