Ghost Tours & Haunted Attractions
Saying goodbye to Maryland is never easy, sometimes even for the dead. From the alleyways of old Annapolis to the frontier graves of Frederick and the battlefields of Antietam and Monocracy to the bones of Edgar Allan Poe, The Old Line State has spent nearly 400 years collecting her ghosts. Those restless spirits and their stories are out there, waiting to be uncovered.
This hip enclave for artists and crafts people is also home to a different sort of resident that continues to haunt the resident artists in present day. Explore this unique destination's storied past and ghostly present.
Take a nighttime ghost walk through the historic downtown district on a spine-tingling journey into Annapolis’ dark and troubled history, while meeting some of our more spirited residents and visiting our most horrific haunted sites!
Hunt for the mysterious man in black, a spectre who has haunted the town since his execution in 1781, and meet the patriotic spirit of Frederick’s famed Barbara Fritchie who still stands guard against the Confederate Army more than 150 years later. Maryland's oldest operating ghost tour.
Ghost Walks from Easton to Ocean City are sure to tingle the spine of the most brazen ghost hunter. Explore the quiet corners of the Eastern Shore and come face to spectral face with the ghosts that still walk the streets of colonial towns where little has changed since their demise centuries ago.
Located in Harford County, the drive is always well worth it! "Legends of the Fog" has been in operation for more than a decade and sits on one hundred acres that include a corn maze, haunted house, hayride, and even a circus.
Explore the streets of historic Havre de Grace with seasoned guides who know every chilling tail of this waterfront village, but are also active paranormal investigators. Havre de Haunts offers a glimpse into the world of real life ghost hunters!
The legendary Bennett's Curse is back in Baltimore with their most terrifying show to date -- Bennett's Curse Ultimate Fear Experience! From asylum patients to classic monsters, the Ultimate Fear Experience offers everything one would expect from Maryland/DC's #1 Halloween Attraction. Bennett's Curse is unleashing pure terror on all those brave enough to visit.
A short trip down I-95 can bring scare-seekers to this two-roomed venue based in an old movie theater. It features escape-style rooms. Participants will be tasked with collaborating to get out of the rooms where they face challenges posed by iconic scenes from horror movies.
This expansive venue in Montgomery County packs a lot into one space, with two haunted trails, a house and a hayride. For Halloween enthusiasts who have already been in past years, the designers have reworked the trails and hayride to give it new horror.
Enjoy thrills and activities for the whole family throughout the day and come back for a truly frightening evening of fun after the sun goes down. Fright Fest offers a wide variety of places to get your scare on including several haunted houses and scare zones located throughout the park.
Have a spooktacular time!
Come celebrate Halloween & the fall season with the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore's 38th annual ZooBOOO! Wear your favorite costume, visit some of your favorite animals, and collect candy at our many trick-or-treat stations.
Walk through the historic Catoctin Iron Furnace and Village on a crisp October evening. The guided night tour takes you into historic structures and into the landscape. There you'll meet iron workers, furnace owners, and worshipers.
Explore the very streets that inspired Edgar Allan Poe to pen some of his most twisted tails while learning the true tails of The Monumental City’s most notorious ghosts, ghouls and villains. Wicked History Pub Crawls are great for mixing spirits and spirits, or you may choose to take the more civilized family-friendly tour.
The Haunted Dungeons are open Fridays and Saturdays at Fort Howard Park, off of I-695 just past Sparrows Point and Edgemere. The area’s recreation council has been operating the dungeons for more than three decades. The Haunted Dungeons features a walk through the terrifying woods of the Fort Howard county park, and the infamous fort dungeons, haunted since the historic battle of 1812, where the likes of Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger and Hannibal Lector await. Hope you like clowns...
There's something spooky happening on the National Colonial Farm this October! Join the Accokeek Foundation to tour the National Colonial Farm after dark while listening to some of our favorite real-life and legendary ghost tales from Maryland history. But keep your eyes and ears open...you never know who or what you might encounter!
This haunted house based in Baltimore occupies a historic four-story building that once housed a department store. It’s located in the historic Oldtown neighborhood right off of E. Monument Street several blocks east of I-83. Conveniently enough, the proprietors are offering guests a private Haunt Shuttle that will pick-up and drop-off at Bond and Aliceanna Streets in Fells Point.
Picture Fells Point, in Baltimore, as it was long ago... a rowdy seaport town, birthplace of the sleek and dangerous clipper ship, its streets full of sailors from foreign lands spilling off vessels, immigrants anxious to start life anew , ladies of the night looking to make ends meet. This explosive combination led to many ghost hauntings. This walking tour explores haunted pubs, shops, and residences of Fells Point.
Celebrating two decades of thrills and chills - the Lineboro Volunteer Fire Department’s takes Halloween to another level. Dare to ride the terrifying Haunted Hayride and venture into the House of Terror, or choose to ride the family-friendly and not-so-scary hayride for kids of all ages. Enjoy food, games and Halloween fun!