& XD 3D Motion Theater
Two Attractions One Location
Ghostly Manor: Rated top 10 in the U.S. Open Year Round. This old mansion instantly comes alive. Walk through this amazing haunt filled with chills and thrills. Discover ghosts and sprits. And now a 3D motion theater which transcends time, space and imagination. Up to 2G's of acceleration and 100 movements per second. Incredible high-definition surround sound. Ride the Haunted Mine Ride. Visit Ohio's first and only! Open 7pm to Midnight Friday and Saturday in September, in October also, Thursday and Sundays 7-10pm.
Bloodview Haunted House
Bloodview delivers a show unlike any other. From the moment customers arrive till the moment they flee in terror, they are surrounded by the oldest haunted house acting troupe in the world. Bloodview features the Hollywood style make-up and acting that has made it a household name in Northeast Ohio. A walk through eerie woods will lead you to our legendary main house, which features many redesigned and new scenes; all the while surrounded by creatures, monsters and maniacs that will define the true meaning of fear. From witches being hunted down and executed to a full scale zombie invasion, it's a totally original production every night. Bloodview Haunted House, bringing the haunted experience to a new level. Hours of operations are: Thursday - Sunday 8-10pm and Friday - Saturday 8pm-12am
Carnival of Horrors
at Blossom Music Center
1145 W.Steels Corner, Cuyahoga Falls
Four terrifying haunted houses for one low price. NEW FOR 2006 - The Oblivion Cage Maze! Plus: The Fun House, The Freakshow in 3-D Terrorvision and The Wicked Woods!
1300 Triplett Blvd., Akron
Its mad scientists have created four floors of special effects, with lasers,wind tunnels, spinning black holes, and two supercharged Tesla coils that will make your hair stand on end. Visit the Haunted Schoolhouse too, for a combined seven floors of terror. The Haunted Laboratory and Schoolhouse are open September 30 - October 30, 7-10pm. Thursdays and Sundays, 7 pm - midnight on Friday and Saturday.
1280 Triplett Blvd., Akron
Once an elementary school, Haunted Schoolhouse is now a university of terror. Its ghoulish students study in the witches' house, Dracula's castle and Frankenstein's lab. Come see how scary school can really be! The Haunted Laboratory and Schoolhouse are open September 30 - October 30, 7-10pm. Thursdays and Sundays, 7 pm - midnight on Friday and Saturday.
Hudson Haunted House
2250 Barlow Rd., Hudson
For 34 years, the Hudson Haunted House has offered thrills and chills. Sponsored by the Hudson Jaycees, the House ratchets down the spooky 1-4pm October 22 and 29, offering family-friendly, less-than-terrifying matinee events. Make a house call September 29 - 30, October 6-7, 12 (open from 9:00-10:00pm) -14, 20-22 and October 26- November 4. The hudson Haunted House is open on Monday through Thursday from 7:30 - 10:00pm, Friday and Saturday from 7:30pm - 12:00am, and 1-4pm on Sunday.
Seven Floors of Hell
Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds, Berea
The world's largest haunted event features seven scary houses in one location. Known as the most frightening event in Ohio, the Seven Floors will scare the hell out of you. Some houses keep your attention for 15 minutes - the Seven Floors will keep you captive for hours. Visits starting at 7pm, Thurs - Sun through October 31. Open until midnight Fri & Sat, 10pm Thurs & Sun.
Burfield-Wiseman Farms, Bolivar
If you dare, check out The Stalker's haunted corn maze. Something sinister lurks behind the rows, waiting and waiting. Open Fri & Sat nights in October, nightfall to 12 am
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