5 Haunted Houses in Memphis to check out this Halloween

Here are 5 Haunted Houses in Memphis that you need to know about for this Halloween, PLUS three bonus haunted houses that aren't too far down the road!

Cedar Hills Haunted Farm

Cedar Hills Farm turns into a destination of nightmares during Halloween with several different haunted attractions to take part in!  Take a trip into the woods, make your way through a haunted barn, fight off zombies and more.

WHERE: 8 Love Road — Hernando, MS
ADMISSION: Attraction Prices Vary
DATES OPEN: Open Fridays & Saturdays from 10/4 – 11/2: 6P – 10P

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Haunted Houses in Memphis

Wicked Ways Haunted House

The largest and most disturbing indoor haunted house is returning to the Bluff City in 2019.  This year’s theme is a massive Underground Military Bio-Hazard research laboratory complete with all of the worst diseases and infections you’ve ever seen or heard about.

WHERE: 160 Cumberland St. — Memphis
ADMISSION: $22 for Adults, $14 for Children (Under 12)
Open Fridays & Saturdays from 10/4 – 11/2: 7P – 12A
Open Thursdays & Sundays from 10/13 – 10/27: 7P – 10P


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Haunted Web

Hauntedweb features five movie quality haunted attractions that are “must see” horror masterpieces. Detailed sets, talented actors, skilled makeup artist and more all come together to bring Memphis a world class haunted house experience that you have never experienced before and must see to believe. Intense, heart pounding thrills and horror litter this hour long experience that will push you to the edge of insanity and throw you over.

WHERE: 2665 S. Perkins Rd — Memphis
Open Thursdays & Sundays from 10/6 – 10/31: 7P – 10P (excludes 10/17 & 10/24)
Open Fridays & Saturdays from 10/4 – 11/2: 7P – 12A

**November 1st & 2nd are a special Lights Out Event — guests are given a small candle and must find their way out of the haunted house.

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Shadowlands Festival of Fear

Choose between the Shadowlands Festival of Fear corn maze, or the Hysteria Haunted Hayride which will take you on a longer, crazier ride through the hidden secrets of Jones Orchard.

WHERE: 6880 Singleton Parkway — Millington
ADMISSION: $15 per attaction, $28 for both
Open Sundays from 10/6 – 10/27: 7P – 10P (excludes 10/17 & 10/24)
Open Fridays & Saturdays from 10/4 – 10/26: 7P – 11P
Open on Halloween from 7P – 10P

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Haunted Maize of Horror

Take a haunted trip through the Mid-South Maze, or take a ride on their Haunted Hayride.

WHERE: 7777 Walnut Grove Road — Germantown
ADMISSION: $15 for corn maze, $5 for hay rides
Open Fridays & Saturdays from 10/4 – 11/2: 7P – 10P
Open on Halloween from 7P – 10P

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The 13th Realm

This Haunted House is recommended for teens and adults.  There are three new attractions to this haunted house and isn’t recommended for people with heart conditions.

WHERE:10486 Route 220 — Atwood
Open Fridays & Saturdays from 10/4 – 11/2: 7:30P – 11P
Open Sundays from 10/6 – 10/27: 7:30P – 9:30P
Open on Halloween from 7:30P – 11P

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Derailed Haunted House

This haunted attraction is based on the legend of Steven Pike, an aspiring young Tennessee farmer who is rumored to haunt the railroads surrounding Ramer. Can you survive the night before Spike finds you?

WHERE: 4385 Highway 57 West — Ramer, TN
DATES OPEN: Open Every Friday & Saturday in October, Plus Halloween, Nov 1 & 2: 7P – 11P

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Camp Blood

Camp Blood is an aggressive haunted attraction that is not recommended for children.  The back story of this attraction is a mass murder at a campsite near Cedar Lake.  Despite the strange happenings around the area, the campsite is reopening for business.

WHERE: 1533 Mason Grove Road — Humboldt, TN
Saturdays from 9/21 – 10/26: 7P – 11P
in October: 7P – 10P
in October (Plus Halloween): 7P – 9P

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Now that you've had a chance to check out the Haunted Houses in Memphis, be sure to check out our list of locations in Memphis that are ACTUALLY supposed to be Haunted!