Spooky Things to do in Pittsburgh

Spooky Things to do in Pittsburgh

Does the start of fall bring a chill down your spine? Thrilled by jump scares? Hankering for a good haunting? Spooky season us upon us, so here are some suggestions for a ghoulishly good time.

Ghost Tours

(Image courtesy PGH Tours)

We are lucky to have loads of terrifying tours right here in Pittsburgh. Are you brave enough to learn the haunted history of our city? Check these out:

Haunted Pittsburgh Tours

PGH Tours

Walk The Burgh 


Haunted Houses

(Image courtesy of Buffalo Bill's House)

If haunted houses are more your thing, gather a group of friends and visit these houses once the sun goes down:

Scare House

Hundred Acres Manor

Phantom Fall Fest at Kennywood

Feeling even more adventurous? check out these options outside of Pittsburgh:

Head south towards Morgantown for some scares. The haunted hayride at Fright Farm has been super creepy for many moons! 

For something a little different, you can visit the home of Buffalo Bill from Silence of the Lambs. Venture east to Perryopolis to experience Buffalo Bill's House.  Fun fact: in high school, I used to walk right by this house to visit a rope swing along the Youghiogheny River.

Learn even more about local hauntings from Visit Pittsburgh's haunted blog.


Spooky Season Gifts

We have some spooky season goodies in store for you. Make sure to stop by soon before our pumpkin themed candles disappear. If heat is more your thing, grab a ghost pepper salt to fire up your scary night.

Happy haunting!


Back to blog

Leave a comment

Please note, comments need to be approved before they are published.