It’s October, which means it's spooky season. Time for scary movies, haunted houses, and maybe even some ghost tours!
Pittsburgh is considered one of the most haunted cities in America. Haunted Pittsburgh is the curator of Pittsburgh’s nightmares and all things that may go bump in the night. This is a spine-tingling outdoor walking ghost tour throughout the city. The downtown tour starts at the City-County Building and takes you as close to the haunted sites as possible while sharing the ghost stories that go with it! Outside of this ghost tour, here is a list of some of the most haunted places in Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh City Tuberculosis Sanatorium, Troy Hill Firehouse, The University of Pittsburgh, The Depreciation Lands Museum, and so many more.
Cheeseman's Fright Farm
This haunted hayride, corn maze, and multiple walk through attractions make this farm your top destination for all things scaretastic. It will have its opening weekend in late September, with activities beginning at dark and ending at 10 pm or when the last ticketed guest has ridden. This haunted house is geared towards teens and adults.
The Scarehouse, located at The Pittsburgh Mills, has been open for twenty years and is considered one of America’s scariest Halloween attractions. This house is filled with clowns, demons, mutants, and scares including fans’ favorite characters from the last twenty years.
Hundred Acres Manor
This haunted house features 6 different spooky themes throughout one large walk-thru. There are also ad on attractions such as escape rooms, burial simulators, beer gardens, and even more. Experience one of the nations scariest attraction according to USAToday, LATimes, and Forbe.com.
Good luck getting scared out there!
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