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Long Island Haunted Houses And Halloween Attractions For 2023
Long Island is ready for the 2023 halloween season with many exciting spooky attractions for anyone to enjoy!
There are so many different activities this spooky season. Whether you’re looking for some family friendly fun or an exciting thrill there is an event for you! Haunted houses, Jack-O-Lanterns and more are waiting for your visit. Here are 10 month-long events planned for this year’s spooky season so get you ready for halloween!
Long Island Haunted Houses, Halloween Attractions 2023
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Step into the new halloween house attraction located In Hicksville NY. This haunted house is kid friendly so it’s not very scary. It has less fear and more fun! This haunted house is designed for Halloween lovers. It includes different Halloween themes with amazing detail. There are no actors or jump scares so bring your kids for an amazing time! The tickets cost anywhere from $24.99 for teens 13 and under and adult tickets for $29.99. 358 N Broadway, Hicksville, halloweenhouselongisland.com
Through Nov. 1.
THE GREAT JACK O’LANTERN BLAZE
Take a look at this amazing pumpkin show made of thousands of illuminated hand carved jack o’lanterns! This is a magical walk through experience made for visitors of all ages. It includes special effects and an original soundtrack! This is not a haunted tour so there will be no jump scares but, this walk through may be a little spooky so it is recommended to bring young children earlier when it’s not so dark. The experience takes approximately 45 minutes and tickets are not sold on sight so you must purchase them online. The tickets cost $34.00 for children ages 3-17 and adult tickets for $44.00. 525 Riverside Ave., Cronton-on Hudson, The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze
Through Nov. 5.
BAYVILLE SCREAM PARK
Enjoy the Bayville Scream Park, a horror adventure haunted attraction! This park is a walk through event recommended for people who don’t mind being very scared. Many reviews have stated that they have been designed to be very scary. Although there is no age restriction, they are meant for adults and older children. They recommended children who are attending to be over the age of 10 and must be accompanied by an adult if you are under the age of 12. This is a very popular attraction for horror lovers so lines can get long on Friday and Saturday nights. The tickets cost $34.75 for a kids daytime pass for 12-5pm and adult tickets range from $56 and up as there are many group combinations to choose from on their website. 8 Bayville Ave., Bayville. Bayville Scream Park
DARKNESS RISING HAUNTED HOUSE
This haunted house experience captures the feeling of a village in the 1600s, where witches have casted a spell of fear and darkness and a killer looms in the shadows. Many reviews claim they were impressed by this experience, it is pretty scary and the props and actors are amazing and realistic. This attraction is family friendly but the atmosphere could scare small children with all of the jump scares, flashing lights and screaming so be cautious. The ticket prices are $38 for standard general admission and $55 for a fast pass to skip the line for a much shorter wait. 800 Chettic Ave., Copiague, darknessrising.org
Through Oct. 31.
HAUNTED HOUSE OF HAMBURGERS
Come visit this all year round haunted Halloween themed restaurant! This restaurant is located in Farmingdale and is spooky, not scary, welcoming people of all ages to join in the fun! It serves lunch and dinner Monday-Sunday from as well as brunch Saturday and Sunday 11am-2pm. The workers like to say everyday is Halloween so come dressed in your costume for a great experience. They serve burgers, sandwiches, pizza and more with a spooky bar for adults. They also offer Halloween themed birthday parties. 330 Fulton Street, Farmingdale, hhhamburgers.com
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GLOW IN THE PARK HALLOWEEN AT THE ADVENTURE PARK
Explore this amazing outdoor adventure experience with decorations, Halloween themed music and more! This is a zipline and rope course park made for anyone over the age of 7 to enjoy the zipline and treetop trails. Ages 3+ can play on their adventure playground. This Halloween glow in the park event is available from 6:00 pm- 10:00 pm and costs $61 per person. Adventure park is open all the time but the Halloween specific events are only on Oct. 4, 21, and 28. 75 Colonial Springs Rd., Wheatley Heights, myadventurepark.com/location/ wheatley-heights
Through Oct. 28.
GATEWAY’S HAUNTED PLAYHOUSE
Come take a look at this spooky playhouse located in Bellport. This haunted house takes place in Long Island’s oldest professional theater, The gateway. This experience utilizes dozens of professionally trained actors who prepare and rehearse each character thoroughly, giving this experience a real haunt and uniqueness. Over 100 people work during the evenings to make sure everything is running smoothly. This event is kid friendly and many people come back each year because of how much they’ve enjoyed it. The playhouse is recommended for ages 13 and older and there is a “not so scary adventure” for kids ages 3 and up. The ticket prices are $40 online and $50 if you purchase them at the door. There is also a fast pass available. 215 S Country Rd., Bellport, gatewayshauntedplayhouse.com
CHAMBERS OF HELL
There are three super scary haunted houses to choose from at Chambers of Hell along with Escape the Haunt and a Tactical Laser tag experience. This event, located in Hauppauge, is one of New York’s top haunted events. Be aware this event is pretty scary and states it is not designed for small children. Many have left reviews saying this event can be frightening and the actors and lights are amazing.It is up to the parent to decide if your child is mature enough for this experience. The ticket prices are general admission so it is $40 online and $45 at the door. 1745 Express Dr. N, Hauppague, chambersofhell.com
Open all year!
SCHMITT’S FARM HAUNT
The Schmitt’s Farm Haunt has been a staple of the community and a must attend attraction come October. Schmitt’s always makes it a priority to provide their guests with the best experience. This experience located in Melville offers the haunt, a haunted corn trail, ax throwing, and more! The farm also offers special Halloween events including a lights out night, October 9 and a clown takeover night, October 22. During the day there is a lights-on walk through available with no actors or scares. This is perfect for those who aren’t big on scares and for young children. At night the haunt and haunted corn trail are in full effect with scares and actors so this part of the experience is not recommended for children under 8 years old. Children 8-12 years old must be accompanied by an adult. Ticket prices are $39.99-$41.99 for general admission and there is a group discount of 10 or more people with $6 off the purchase. The daytime tickets are only available for purchase at the box office for $15. 26 Pinelawn Rd., Melville, schmittsfarmhaunt.com
Come visit haunted hallways located in Centereach! This experience is a free guided haunted walkthrough with a maximum of 3 people per tour. Over the past 25 years this event has grown even bigger and more elaborate with more scares! There is no charge to enter so it is definitely a great event to come and experience. The door to Haunted Hallways will be open between 6:30 pm and 10:30pm this October on the 20,21,27 and 28. This event has many great reviews regarding their details and effects and is recommended to check out this October. This event is family friendly but is left up to the parents for if they think it is appropriate or not for their children. 6 Laurie Blvd., Centereach, lihauntedhouses.com/halloween/ haunted-hallways-ny.html
DARKSIDE HAUNTED HOUSE
Prepare for a real scary attraction at this haunted house located in Wading River. This attraction includes 14,000 square feet of pure horror with 30 very detailed scenes. Guests have access to a spooky outdoor village as well as one big haunted house. Be aware that tickets are only available to purchase online. Ticket prices range from $35 for general admission and also a premium night general admission is available for $40. Premium nights are October 13,14,20,21,27 and 28. This haunted house states it is not recommended for children 12 years old or younger. There are many positive reviews on their website stating it is definitely scary and the actors are top notch. This is definitely an event to check out this October. 5184 NY-25A, Calverton, darksideproductions.com
Take a look at this haunted house complex, located in Huntington Station, which includes amazing live actors, lighting and animatronics for a truly spooky experience. This haunted house has four horrific attractions and is celebrating their 12 year anniversary! All of the proceeds from Restless Souls directly benefit the West Hills United Methodist Church, in support of the work of this LGBTQ+ church. This attraction consists of interactive and up close actors with realistic props and elaborate sets! Their website offers many different ticket options including a combo ticket (4 attractions), combo ticket 93 attractions without escape room), dark colony (haunted trail) and many more! This event is pretty scary so it is recommended to be appropriate for ages 13+. 301 W Hills Rd., Huntington Station, restlesssoulsli.org
Through Oct. 29.
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In keeping with its well-earned reputation for offering not only great experiences, but unique ones, the haunted side of Long Beach goes beyond what you’d expect: not just spooky cemeteries, but historic ranchos as well. How freaky can Long Beach get? Consider that the creepiest thing to ever happen here happened at the present site of an outlet mall. See? You just never know with Long Beach, where fun and fright can happen just about anywhere. For instance, these places …
DeForest (6255 DeForest Ave.) is one of the more popular parks in the city because of all it has to offer: playgrounds, tennis and basketball courts, hiking trails , a community center and, as the sun starts to set, the unmistakable feeling that you are being watched, if not by someone than something. And that’s just the beginning. Locals report sudden, unexplained gusts of wind that are either freezing or bear the tortured groans of those pleading for someone to “Help me! Help me!” At least one visitor says that an otherworldly character, described as landing somewhere between a ghost and a zombie, chased them through the park by running in a sideways, “crab-like” manner. There have been so many eyewitness reports of such detail, mostly in the evening, that the DeForest Park Neighborhood Association invited the Anubis Paranormal Research Organization to come out and investigate. The group found that “Deforest Park does appear to have paranormal activity attached to it,” and that these “paranormal encounters may come and go and may only manifest themselves to certain people who may be ‘sensitive’ to the area.”
Before the Queen Mary sailed into town, the Pike amusement park was perhaps Long Beach’s best-known feature. Opened in 1902, the last vestiges of the park were either trucked away or demolished by 1979, and in its place now stands The Pike Outlets (95 S. Pine Ave). If you happen to find yourself around Pine Avenue and Ocean Boulevard, you may want to take a spin on the Ferris Wheel out front while ruminating on the fact that you are in the vicinity of the single-creepiest event in the city’s history. In the mid-1970s, while filming an episode of “Six Million Dollar Man” in one of the Pike’s “haunted” attractions, a prop man moved a wax mannequin from a makeshift gallows and, as he did, the mannequin’s arm broke off revealing human bone and muscle tissue. The mannequin was the preserved corpse of Elmer McCurdy, a small-time, Old West thief who met his end when he was shot after robbing a train in 1911. His mummified body had been used to scare folks at sideshows, eventually landing at the Pike. McCurdy’s body was eventually sent to Oklahoma where it was buried. And though this may be the first time you’re hearing of this, it was such big news at the time that McCurdy was buried under two feet of concrete to ensure his body would not be stolen again.
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One of the city’s true garden spots, the rancho (4600 Virginia Rd.) is a bucolic connection to the past with its swath of native plants and spectacular trees. It’s a popular place for school field trips and wedding receptions, but it may also serve as a connector to some restless souls. When a neighboring golf course was under construction, the graves of more than 50 Native Americans were uncovered and since that time, there have been reports of objects moving on their own, rocking chairs that rock with no one in them and, once again, that unmistakable feeling people have of being watched. And then there are the voices that have been reported around the property, including one identified as belonging to Don Juan Temple, the rancho’s long-gone former owner, who makes it clear that he is not OK with his land being sold to make a golf course. There is another voice that has been identified as simply, frighteningly, “evil.”
One of the city’s first major cemeteries, Sunnyside (1095 E. Willow St.) is home to some of Long Beach’s earliest residents, including its first fire chief. Of course, just because someone has been laid to rest, doesn’t mean they’re restful, and more than a few restless spirits have been reported sighted on the property over the years, usually inhabiting strange figures or mysterious silhouettes. Most famously, and perhaps sadly, is the specter of Bessie Baxter. In 1918, Bessie, who was deaf, was excited about her upcoming marriage and traveled from Long Beach to Los Angeles via the Pacific Electric train to purchase her wedding dress. Returning to Long Beach, she stepped off the train but, because she was deaf, did not hear an oncoming car that struck and killed her. Four days later, on what would have been her wedding day, she was buried in the white dress she had purchased, her coffin carried by her bridesmaids. Since then, a woman wearing a white wedding dress has been reported wandering through the grounds many times. No one seems to think of her as frightening, just forlorn. If you’d like to check out Sunnyside with some guidance, the Historical Society of Long Beach puts on Halloween-time tours every year, with actors cast as the dearly departed, telling their tales.
The 4th Horseman/Dark Art Emporium
As of yet, there are no reports of either of these spots being haunted, but scary? Oh, yeah. The 4th Horseman (121 W. 4th St.) is one of Long Beach’s best pizza joints , with scary film-titled pies including Pastrami Dearest – pastrami, sauerkraut and Thousand Islands – and Frailty, arguably the best vegan pizza in the city. That, a whole lot of terrific craft beers are wrapped up in an interior decorated with horrorcore comics and posters, dark lighting and creepy, old-timey movies playing on creepy, old-timey TVs. Perhaps scariest of all? The restroom where you’re watched by dead-eyed doll heads. Yeah. If that isn’t enough (or even if it is), you can head through a door at the back that leads into the Dark Art Emporium , an eclectic mix of fine art, oddities, human skulls and taxidermy. Everything from the surreal to the “So real it’s freaking me out,” Dark Art runs the gamut of scary to slapstick, with everything you can imagine, or fear, in between. And…
The RMS Queen Mary
We’d be remiss not to include one of Long Beach’s most iconic attractions – which is also its most haunted. In fact, the Queen Mary often ranks as one of the most haunted sites in the U.S. That’s not surprising given that during the ship’s nearly 90 years of service, it has been the scene of deaths both accidental and intended. Guests and staff alike have reported being confronted by spirits all over the ship, spirits such as a young girl named Mary who drowned in the first-class pool in 1949. It’s around the pool where many people have said they’ve encountered Mary, though she has been seen all over the ship. There have also been reports of the tortured cries of John Pedder, an 18-year-old worker crushed by a heavy engine room door in 1966. There’s a “Lady in White” who makes the rounds and the ghostly giggles of children playing in the ship’s nursery. Perhaps most infamously of all is Cabin 340, whose haunting is attributed to a double-murder committed on the ship. B340 had caused such terror that it was made off-limits to guests for 30 years. Now, you can not only stay overnight in the cabin, chances are you’ll have to wait in line. All of these incidents have inspired various seances and other paranormal events at the ship, most notably the very popular “Dark Harbor” event on the ship that incorporates much of the ship's ghostly history into this annual Halloween haunt.
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Located in Bayville 516-62-GHOST--> Next open 10/19/23
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The Tunnel of Terror - updated attraction at Johnnie's Car Wash on Oak. Read More
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