Top 5 Haunted Houses to Visit in Georgia

Top 5 Haunted Houses to Visit in Georgia

Madeline Branch

What better way to celebrate the spooky season than to visit a haunted attraction this Halloween? 

Why pay for a ticket to the movies or watch a scary movie at home when you could potentially feel like you are a part of one? 

If you are into all things spooky like me and find that scary movies just don’t do enough for you, here is a list of five haunted attractions that will take your spooky season to the next level this October.

Whether you like to be scared by clowns, zombies, fictional movie characters or even deranged people, there is always a haunted house that can fulfill your needs. 

The Haunted Forest 

If you only thought that the local Clubhouse only had bowling, laser tag, go karts, bumper cars and arcade games,you are wrong. The Haunted Forest is located behind the Clubhouse right in a forest of Statesboro, Georgia.This haunted attraction differs from your usual ones because it is located in the forest instead of an old rented-out building. The attraction is held from Oct. 24th to Oct. 31st, and tickets are only $10 dollars. For more information, make sure to visit their website

Netherworld 

If you are from the Atlanta area and haven’t been to Netherworld, then you might want to attend this haunted attraction this October. Netherworld was ranked within the top 13 best haunted houses within the nation from 2010 to 2016. The haunted attraction features some very creative and spooky Halloween costumes. The haunted house has been open since Sep. 29 and will stay open until Nov. 9. Tickets for the event range from $20 to $60 dollars, depending on which featured attraction you choose. For more information, be sure to visit their website.  

ScareHouse of the South

ScareHouse of the South, located in Soperton, Georgia, is about an hour away from Statesboro. This haunted house attraction is rated-R and features chainsaws, blood and gore.The dates for the attraction will be open from Oct. 5th to Oct. 26th, and tickets are $20 dollars for general admission and $50 for fast past tickets. For more information, visit their website.

Haunted Savannah 

Maybe hearing about real life ghost stories is more your speed of scary instead of people dressing up to scare you. Located right in America’s most haunted city resides the Haunted Savannah Ghost Tours. The tours feature you and a tour guide specialist who takes you down historical parts of the city where you can hear and possibly see ghosts. Tickets for this attraction are $20 for adults and $10 for kids. The attraction is open 7 nights a week at 8:00 p.m.. For more information, visit their website

Plantation Blood 

With over 30,000 square feet of terror, the Plantation Blood haunted attraction is located in Augusta, Georgia. This haunted attraction is all about giving you what you pay for. From pyrotechnics, food and even a souvenir store, this haunted house is equipped with entertainment and more. The attraction has been open since Sept. 28th and will continue to run until Nov. 2nd. The cost of tickets are $22 dollars with cash, $24 for general credit purchase and $45 dollars for a fast pass ticket. For more information, make sure to visit their website.   

If you’re feeling brave, add some horror in your life this Halloween by attending any or all of these listed haunted houses before it’s too late.