Nashville Haunted Houses

One visit to Instagram will surely remind you: ‘Tis the season of pumpkin patches, flannel, and fall foliage. But it is also the season of cobwebs, gory creatures, and ominous sounds. If you’d rather spend your Saturday getting spooked than at the orchard, we have you covered. There are plenty of haunted sites and attractions in the Nashville area that will test your limits. Trust us, every location we mention below does its job. Gone are the days of spending $20 for your school’s 45-second haunted house, featuring the drama club’s fall production understudies.

Insider Tip: If you value your feet and overall safety, wear comfortable closed-toed shoes. And please do not bring the child you are babysitting to any of these sites. Missing out on social plans sucks, but so does explaining to your neighbors why their son is suddenly afraid of the dark.

Bloody Acres Haunted Woods (Gallatin, TN)

The moment you enter the Bloody Acres’ Haunted Woods you enter an abyss of the unknown. Any creature at any moment may sneak up on you while roaming the 17 acres of the eerie walking trails! Check out the website for clues.

Dates & Times:

  • Friday & Saturday; 7 pm – 1 am
  • Sunday; 7 pm – 11 pm
  • Open every night thru Halloween starting October 20th

Price: $15; cash only

Creepy Hollow Haunted Woods (Spring Hill, TN)

Enter the haunted woods, take on the zombie maze, or escape the haunted mansion. No matter what you choose, you won’t leave Creepy Hollow with a normal heart rate.

Dates & Times:

  • Every Friday & Saturday; 7 pm – 11:00 pm
  • Sunday, Monday & Halloween Night; 7 pm – 10 pm

Prices:

  • $25 per person for all 3 attractions 
  • $5 for Haunted Hayride and Story Telling 

Dead Land Haunted Woods (Labanon, TN)

Two terrifying trails, a chilling graveyard tour, and an escape room. What could go wrong?

Dates & Times:

  • 7 pm – 12 am
  • Fridays & Saturdays until November 4

Prices:

  • Single trail: $15
  • Both trails: $25
  • The crypt only: $10
  • Puzzle room: $5

Devil’s Dungeon (Nashville, TN)

Think before you enter, because this haunted house is over 20,00 square feet of full horror. There is no telling what’s waiting inside…

Prices:

  • $18 Friday and Saturday, September 16, through October 14, 2017.
  • General admission tickets are $18 on Sundays, $18 on October 30 (adults only) and 31.
  • General admission tickets are $20 for Friday and Saturday, October 20, through October 28, 2017.

Check out the website for more information on Devil’s Dungeon and its other attractions

Miller Thrillers Haunted Woods (Columbia, TN)

This year is Miller Thrillers’ 10 year anniversary! Help them celebrate on the Zombie Paintball Hayride or within the haunted woods.

Dates & Times: Fridays & Saturdays; 7 pm – 11 pm

Prices:

  • Entertainment Zone: $5
  • Haunted Woods: $20
  • Zombie Paintball Hayride: $20
  • Combo Pass To Both Attractions: $30
  • 75 Extra Paintballs: $10

Monster Mountain Haunted Attraction (Hendersonville, TN)

Many have succumbed and followed the lights illuminating from the woods. Only a few have returned. Do you dare enter?

Dates & Times: Friday & Saturday nights

Price: $20

Nashville Haunted Woods at Priest Lake (Hermitage, TN)

Priest Lake’s haunted woods are certainly not your grandmother’s hiking trails. The elaborate set up will make you question what is real and what is fake.

Dates & Times: 

  • October 15, 22, 29 & Halloween, October 31: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
  • October 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 27 & 28: 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Prices:

  • October 15, 22 & 29: $19.99 + tax
  • Every Friday & Saturday in October: $24.99 + tax

Nashville Zombie Outbreak (Nashville, TN)

Nashville or the Thriller music video set? This experience is so intense customers have to sign a waiver. It’s recommended you purchase tickets online.

Dates & Times: Friday & Saturday; 7 pm – 11 pm

Prices: $22

Slaughterhouse (Hermitage, TN)

The Full Moon Slaughterhouse site is the abandoned Courtyard Theater so don’t be shocked if you hear singing from unseen figures. Just do your best to not verbalize criticism of the singing. Didn’t end well last year for the boy who asked, “Where’s the dying cat?”

Dates & Times: Vary daily; check here for a comprehensive list.

Prices: $25 on Saturday; $20 on Sunday

Tweet us pictures @flyinstyleapp if you go to any of the aforementioned haunted locations

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