You Will Be Delighted And Terrified In These 5 Missouri Towns
You only have a few more days before Halloween. Still time to check out some places for some good scares and activities that embrace this holiday. Even if Halloween holiday passes you by, these locations will still give you some fall-like things to do before the weather gets too severe. Or get ready for next year.
This weekend will be the final weekend of the Dead Factory Haunted House in Mexico. Marketed as the #2 Haunted Attraction in Missouri. Over 10,000 square feet of pure scariness. Indoor haunted house. Completely wheelchair accessible. Queue line entertainment. Bloody, scary, intense. A NO touching experience. Check out their website HERE. If you miss out, it will be back next year.
Kansas City, Missouri
Kansas City will appear again on this list. Location #1 is The Beast and The Edge of Hell and these haunted houses will also give you quite a fright. Open until Halloween. You will actually have to sign a waiver before you enter because of how scary they are. If you do not like snakes, this place may not be for you.
Hope you are brave enough to check this place out. Visit their website HERE. They have been scaring since 1975. It's America's Oldest Commercial Haunted Attraction.
Creepyworld is America's Biggest and Longest Haunted Screampark with 7 haunted mazes, haunted hayride, video mapping shows, Horror Drive Inn, Monster Midway, Mini Escape Room, Outdoor Screamzones, and the all-new Jack O'Lantern Spooktacular. This one will be open through Halloween and then Nov 4th and 5th. Website link is HERE.
One of Missouri’s scariest haunted attractions is in Eureka Missouri. I wrote an article about this Halloween town and you can read that HERE. One of the things in the town to check out is the Eureka Fear Farm. Red's Corn Maze Massacre is also worth checking out.
Kansas City, Missouri
I told you that Kansas City would be on here twice. Because of Worlds Of Fun and their Haunted Haunt.
Monsters lurk around every corner at this terrifying attraction that’s best suited for visitors 14 and older. You won’t be able to escape the frightening figures – one is even seven feet tall – at every turn.
Hope these 5 options for you will get you interested in Halloween this weekend. Or if you can't make it, at least know what options will await you next year.