Now that we’re about a week into October we’ll bet that you’re ready to get into spooky season. What’s a better way to do just that then by visiting a local haunted house or attraction? If you’re ready to get seriously spooked here are 10 of the scariest haunted attractions in and around Seattle.

Stalker Farms


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Corn mazes are cute and all but why not experience a scary one? Stalker Farms has Washington’s favorite haunted corn mazer and this year they have 8 different experiences for you to enjoy. Get seriously spooked or a gentle fright as you try to survive a night in the corn, the choice is up to you.

When: October 2nd-17th
Where: 8705 Marsh Rd Snohomish, WA
Cost: Double Dare $17.95 or $26.95, Double Dare VIP $37.95 or $48.95, No Scare Night $17.95 or $26.95

Rutledge Haunted Corn Maze

This corn maze has both a day and night option depending on how scared you want to be. There’s something for folks of all ages to enjoy but keep in mind that the nighttime maze is quite spooky. So if you want to bring younger folks along opt for the daytime maze. The farm also has other attractions like a cow train ride, corn hole, wagon rides, and more!

When: Friday–Saturday through October 31st
Where: 302 93rd Avenue SE, Olympia
Cost: $22

Georgetown Morgue 


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The Georgetown Morgue is back with another year of terrifying haunts for you to experience. Try to survive a walk through the morgue as Dr. Simons and his goons come for you. Or opt for a slightly less scary option sans actors and survive the jump scares from animatronics.

When: Weekends and select additional days until November 6th
Where: 5000 East Marginal Way South
Cost: $30 GA, $30 Self Guided Tour

Seattle Chocolate Haunted Factory Tour

This unique tour takes you through a dark and haunted version of the Seattle Chocolate factory. If you can solve the clue and brave the eerie halls and passages of the factory there might just be a reward at the end. This one is more family-friendly so feel free to bring the kids or your younger siblings along with you.

When: Thursday through Sunday, October 21st-24th and October 28th-31st
Where: 1180 Andover Park West Tukwila, WA
Cost: $12

Fright at Fort Casey

What’s scarier than mazing your way through an abandoned military tunnel system? Probably not many things. Now yes we know it’s on an island and kind of a trek but Fort Casey is aiming to give you a spook to remember. Plus tickets are really cheap and the ferry ride is pretty, which is a nice little win-win.

When: October weekends, 12 pm–3 pm
Where: 1280 Engle Road, Coupeville
Cost: $1 per person.

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My Morbid Mind

This haunted house has somewhat of a local cult following. The vibes are creepy barn and intense haunted maze so definitely expect to be spooked. Each year things change a bit so expect the unexpected.

When: Select dates, October 2nd–31st
Where: 4548 Marvin Road SE, Lacey
Cost: $12–$18 per person; $3 for no-scare walk-through for kids

Nile Nightmares Haunted House


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This Mountlake Terrace Haunted House has 6 haunted attractions and 3 escape room puzzle games. All of the haunted attractions have been updated for this year’s haunted house so you can expect something different from years past. See if you can survive waving your way through the houses and if you can’t, at least you can relax with a drink and some eats after.

When: October Friday & Saturday 7 pm-11 pm, Sunday 7 pm-10 pm
Where: 6601 244th St SW, Mountlake Terrace, WA
Cost: $25 per person

Maris Farms Haunted Woods

Your terrifying night will take you through a haunted abandoned barn, a cornfield loaded with your worst nightmares, and of course the haunted woods. See if you can survive the ghouls lurking around all in the dark. Yep, flashlights aren’t allowed.

When: Friday–Sunday through October 30th
Where: Location: 25001 Sumner Buckley Hwy, Buckley
Cost: $38-$50

My Haunted Forest


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If you’re looking for something beyond clowns with chainsaws then you might want to visit the haunted forest. It offers a medieval horror fantasy experience for those brave enough to experience it. After all, who really knows what happens in the woods at night.

When: Weekends through October 31st
Where: Grand Farms, 17616 S Vaughn Rd NW, Vaughn, WA
Cost: $28-$40

Wild Waves Fright Fest

Washington’s favorite water park becomes much spookier in October. Wild Waves offers both a family-friendly version of the spooky experience and a terrifying one for adults. Weave your way through 2 terrifying mazes or chill by watching some Halloween movies. You’ll also be able to enjoy some of the park’s classic rides like the Wild Thing, Timberhawk, Disk’o Flashback, Timber Axe, and more.

When: October 8th-31st, Fridays 6 pm-10 pm, Saturday & Sunday 2 pm-10 pm
Where: 36201 Enchanted Pkwy S, Federal Way, WA
Cost:  $42.99+

See? No shortage of ways and places to get spooked this October. Be sure to purchase your tickets ahead of time and make yourself familiar with each venue’s COVID-19 protocols. With that have fun out there and don’t get too spooked!