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Haunted Attractions to Check Out in North Jersey

by Taylor Duncan
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October means spooky season, and that usually means braving the different haunted houses, haunted corn mazes, and haunted hayrides in the area. We’ve created a guide on what haunted experiences are a must-visit this season in the North Jersey area.

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13th Hour Haunted House | 105 West Dewey Avenue Suite 5, Wharton

 

 
 
 
 
 
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A real haunted trio, whether you’re looking for a haunted house, escape room, or haunted hatchet throw— 13th Hour has you covered. Ranked as one of the best haunted attractions in the country, this scare zone will be open for the 2023 season. Secure your tickets here this October.

Read More: Halloween Events in New Jersey 2023

Brighton Asylum | 2 Brighton Avenue, Passaic

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Featured on The Today Show, Cake Boss, Buzzfeed, and visited by actor James Franco — the Brighton Asylum is one of the scariest and most interactive haunted houses in the country. To purchase your tickets, head to the website.

 

 

Farm of Horrors | 1051 County Road 523, Flemington

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Four different horrifying attractions are located right in Flemington: Hayride of Horror, Trail of Terror, Massacre Maze, and Carnevil of Chaos.  Farm of Horrors opened for the season this year and will run through Halloween. The attractions are spread out over 200+ acres on the farm, so there’s plenty of room to run away from whatever terror finds you!  Make sure to grab your tickets here.

Nightmare at Gravity Hill | 1005 Farmingdale Road, Jackson

 

 
 
 
 
 
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This is your destination for fear and a haunted farm experience. Terror waits in the five-acre walkable trail at “Nightmare on Gravity Hill.” Visitors will find themselves wondering if the frights they’re experiencing are real, or only a nightmare. Tickets can only be purchased on-site at the ticket booth, and ticket sales are cash-only.

Oasis Island of Terror | 3 Circle Drive, Robbinsville

Oasis Island of Terror has three distinct attractions: The Woods Have Eyes, Blackout, and the Sawmill Escape Room. The Sawmill Escape Room is the newest attraction, and claims to be a challenge that “truly blurs the line between reality and fiction.” The Woods Have Eyes is a haunted trail that is one mile long. Each activity is self-guided.

See More: These Creepy Local Ghost Stories Made the News 100+ Years Ago

Pantophobia | 53 Craig Road, Montvale

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Entirely outdoors and entirely spooky, Pantophobia will be incorporating new scenes for 2023 — and they will tell the story of “The Wrath of Cyrus Grain.” Purchase your tickets for Pantophobia in advance here.

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