Haunted Houses, Spook Walks & Other Halloween Attractions in Shakopee
Whether you're from Shakopee, or you're simply visiting this Halloween Season, there are plenty of festive fun to enjoy this Halloween Season. If you're looking for a day of family fun in a pumpkin patch, or spending the evening Haunt hunting with friends is more your speed, Shakopee has plenty of exciting Autumn activities to enjoy this October. Halloween comes around but once a year, so if you're passing through Shakopee this Fall, make sure to not miss out on the thrills, chills, and scares this year!
The Haunting Experience on Highway 61 Cottage Grove, MNThe Manor House Decades piled upon decades of insanity have made the homestead of our resident family nearly impassible. Try if you dare to navigate the winding corridors, claustrophobic tunnel systems, and dwelling spaces of some of the most depraved beings you’ll ever care to witness. You’ll be assaulted with sights, sounds, and smells of the most diabolical nature. The Manor House... Read More
Nightmare Hallow Scream Park Columbus, MNDouble Sided Haunted House This Double Themed Haunted House will TERRIFY you send you SCREAMING!! With Ghoulish Monsters and Dark Carnival Clowns hiding behind ever corner, can you make it out alive? Terror Trail TERROR TRAIL by Nightmare Halloween has been making YOU SCREAM for over 20 years and has become one of Minnesota’s scariest Haunted Hayride; a must attend event. This... Read More
Support Our Troops Haunted House Farmington, MNAreas in Haunted Houses can be quite intense, and fog machines and strobe lights are used frequently. Our mission is to support local soldiers who are currently deployed, or have been deployed overseas and their families, and assisting them as needs arise. This includes providing assistance to them on an individual basis as well as providing assistance through the FRG’s (Family... Read More
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Fright Farm Maplewood, MNThe Fright Farm was, for many years, a functioning poor house which cared for the elderly and the destitute. While many at the house were relatively well cared for, those who were physically able were expected to work on the farm in order to help pay for the house's upkeep and their own care; that expectation never wavered, even during the hot summer months. Some workers died from... Read More