The 10 Best Haunted Attractions in Mississippi!
If you love all things that creak, squeak, and shriek in the dark, Halloween is definitely the season for you! To celebrate the spooky, we've rounded up our picks for the most terrifying haunted attractions around the Magnolia State. So before the suspense kills you, here are our 10 favorites!
Every year, thousands of visitors come to the Tupelo Haunted Castle to be scared out of their wits! There's a reason it's one of the most popular haunted houses in the state. In addition to the main attraction, they offer three additional areas, including the Dolor Experiment, which is so scary that it requires participants (or guardians) to sign a waiver.
Cedar Hill in Hernando has really perfected the art of fright. They've been putting on a show for over 20 years, and they prepare year-round for the Halloween season. Check out Sensturbia, a haunted barn where you're so enveloped in darkness you can't see what's coming.
Psycho Path in Ellisville is Mississippi's only professional haunted attraction, and it runs longer than most other haunted tours. It also has the longest season of any of the other attractions in the state, running over 40 nights. Thrill seekers are going to love this terrifying haunt!
The Bailey Haunted Firehouse takes you through both an indoor and outdoor attraction, and they're well known in the area for having incredible special effects and very convincing actors. With about 10 years of experience, this event has gotten bigger and better every year. As a bonus, proceeds benefit the Bailey Volunteer Fire Departments.
Terror on the Coast in Gulfport is billed as a "Hollywood-style" haunted house due to its use of movie-style props and sets. Many of the props have even been used in actual filming, in productions such as “American Horror Story” and the “Scream” franchise. The sets add up to a realistically terrifying experience you won't want to miss!
Another strong showing from Tupelo, Haunted Hill is notable for the Cadillac hearses that await you at the entrance to this haunted house. Flaming towers rise into the night sky, while an underground dungeon takes you deep into the dark. And at only $5, this is one of the more affordable haunts in the state!
Looking for more than just a haunted house? Try a whole ghost town at Henleyfields Haunted Ghost Town and Hayride. This Old West-themed attraction is equal parts fun and scary. Don't miss the General Store of Gore and the Saloon of Doom. There's a special area just for kids, too, so bring the whole family!
House of the Haunted Fields is a unique attraction because it's actually held in a haunted house. Visitors to the site, known as the Old House, have reported seeing entities inside the house as well as in the surrounding cotton fields and woods. These spooky experiences only add to the fun at House of the Haunted Fields!
A yearly attraction benefiting the North Forrest Volunteer Fire Department, this haunted forest is tons of gory fun. The volunteers that put on this haunted house pride themselves on pushing the attraction to new limits every year, and with over 20 years of experience, it's become quite the show!
Sunset Manor Haunted Barn is a little bit of a hidden gem. Located in the Delta town of Coldwater, this haunted attraction is only open for a couple of nights a year, but it's worth trying to get there while it's open! The best part? Entrance is always free!