Best Halloween Attractions in Seattle

It is the time to get your Halloween plans sorted, and we are here to help!

Seattle doesn’t disappoint when it comes to Halloween season festivities. Haunted houses, forests, and even a haunted amusement park are located in cities all around the Puget Sound, from north of Seattle to the south. There are so many great activities that can get your whole family involved, no matter the weather. We picked the top five of our favorite Halloween attractions for you to check out, but no matter what you decide to do, nothing beats quality family time, right?


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Seattle Chocolate Haunted Factory Tour 2019

IG: @experiencechocolate

A troublesome spirit has escaped and is creating havoc for the Seattle Chocolate Factory! Help repair the damage while gathering clues to speak with Ixcacao, the Goddess of Chocolate. With her help, you’ll brave the dark factory and cast the fell spirit out.”

What do they offer? A Halloween event the entire family can enjoy. By day, the Seattle Chocolate factory bustles with activity, crafting thousands of treats. At night, strange spirits materialize, inviting families to walk the factory’s shadowy path and discover secrets about chocolate’s mysteries. Kids and adults get to solve a mystery as they wander through factory after hours and search for hidden clues to find the secret treasure.

Dates/Times: October 17-27, 2019, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm 

Address: 1180 Andover Park W, Seattle, WA 98188 

Price: $12 adult, $9 children

♥ On-site parking is available!

Stalker Farms Haunted Attractions

IG: @stalkerfarms

“With original storylines, trained actors, and talented makeup artists, Stalker Farms creates a haunt attraction experience that offers attendees the chance to delve into a horror entertainment that takes them far beyond the typical Halloween haunt attraction. The Stalker Farms haunt tour makes you feel like you are in the middle of a horror movie.”

What do they offer? Two haunted attractions: Slasher Family Homestead & Pogo’s Funny Farm, corn maze, Zombie Paintball. Other activities include a non-haunted corn maze, that does not contain any scary props, bouncy pillows, fire pits (rented), ball toss zone, farmer foosball, food zone, Billy Bob’s Blaster Alley and Pot Shot Paintball Gallery.

Dates/Times: October 5 – November 2, Dark-10 pm

Address: 8705 Marsh Rd, Snohomish, WA 98296

Price: Starts at $19.95 per person. Purchase tickets online for a discounted price. They offer a combo Double Dare and No Scare for $24.45. 

Nightmare at Beaver Lake

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Every year in October, a fearsome shadow falls over Beaver Lake Park. A group of demented, dedicated volunteers crawl out of the dark to put on an event that will leave you screaming. Come see the Nightmare At Beaver Lake, the Seattle area’s largest indoor/outdoor haunted house.”

What do they offer? The haunted trail is just 20 minutes from Seattle and takes you deep into the woods, providing thrills and chills at every turn, eventually leading to the signature haunted house. Includes both a family-friendly haunted house experience as well as the full scare for adults to scream with fright. 

Dates/Times: October 18-20, 25-27 and 30-31. The family-friendly haunted house experience includes the not-so-scary Family Scare from 7:00 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. with toned-down performances. The Full Scare starts at 8:00 p.m. and closes at 10:00 p.m. on Sunday nights. 

Address: Beaver Lake Park, 2600 244th Ave SE, Sammamish, WA 98075

Price: Family Scare: $12 ($13.59 w/service fee), Full Scare: $20 ($21.99 w/service fee)

♥ Now in its 14th year, this non-profit event runs solely by volunteers with 100% of the profits donated to charity!

Georgetown Morgue

IG: @georgetownmorgue

“The Georgetown Morgue of Seattle is a facility for tragic stories of death. The morgue has a history of thousands of funeral preparations, cremations, and the processing of animal carcasses. The morgue holds what is considered to be the most horrifying unsolved crime in Seattle history. Nine of their staff were forced into the crematorium chamber. There were no surviving witnesses, nor were suspects ever identified.”

What do they offer? This haunted house tour takes place in an actual former morgue. Offering a mini escape room, maze and more, guests are invited to walk over grated flooring to see what new evils have recently been discovered below. Set up like twisted morgue, there are scenes depicting bloody dissections and body mutilations. You walk through a hallway of hanging body bags up and down skinny hallways of ramps, strobe lights, and rooms with nearly zero visibility.

Dates/Times: Oct 29-31, 7-10 p.m., Thursday and Sunday; 7 p.m. – midnight, Friday and Saturday.

Address: 5000 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98134

Price: Regular admission price is $25. Combo options and VIP tickets are available

♥ Free parking is available! Check the official website for current discounts and promotions.

Wild Waves Theme and Water Park Fright Fest 2019

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All-New Family by Day activities for little goblins begin at 12 noon thru 6 PM on Saturdays and Sundays.  But BEWARE it’s FRIGHT BY NIGHT starting at 7 PM, Friday thru Sunday evenings. Extreme Screams at three haunted attractions are NOT recommended for children under 13.  Also new in 2019, SCARE-a-oke by Pepsi every Friday night. Screech a song or two, and who knows, you may just win a VIP Fright Fast Pass to the front of the lines!

What do they offer? Booville is a kid-friendly (age 12 & under), a scare-free area featuring a craft station, carnival-style games, and a nightly Halloween dance-a-long! The parade of Ghouls takes place daily. 

Chamber of Souls: Chamber Of Souls is the traditional haunted house. Located in the water park, the Chamber Of Souls features blood, gore, and bone-chilling scares. Maneuver through medical mishaps, corpses, and a zombie apocalypse. This attraction is Rated PG-13 and is not suggested for the faint of heart!

Camp Whispering Pines: This haunted trail is located in the Cascades Picnic area, and is riddled with slaughtered campers that checked in…but never checked out. Tortured camp counselors will guide you if you dare! This attraction is Rated PG-13.

Dates/Times: October 19–21 and 26–28. 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm.

Address: 36201 Enchanted Pkwy S, Federal Way, WA 98003

Price: Single-night admission starts at $14.99 for kids four feet tall and under and $25.99 for youth and adults. Get a VIP bundle for $52.99.

♥ Tickets discounted when purchased online and even free with membership!

Please check each attraction for hours, if the pets are allowed, admission prices and other costs. Contact businesses if you need any further assistance.

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