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9 Halloween Attractions to See this Season 



Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre

Over Halloween weekend, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre performs Dracula a ballet based on Bram Stoker’s 1897 gothic novel. A haunting score by Franz Liszt builds suspense while levitation, flying and pyrotechnics make the choreography even more climactic. The New York Times described it as a “spectacle of an order ballet audiences seldom see today.”


Fright Farm

This year Rich Farms presents “CREATURES”. Entering its 28th season, Fright Farm is Pennsylvania’s premier professional haunt with four distinct attractions; Haunted Hayride, Frightmare Manson, Hallow Grounds and Terror Maze. State of the art special effects, custom digital sound tracts and talented actors make Fright Farm a truly scary experience. www.frightfarm.com


Hundred Acres Manor

Hundred Acres Manor has been named “Pittsburgh’s Best Haunted House” by HauntWorld Magazine and features SIX mind-bending attractions, spanning almost 1 mile long. Hundred Acres Manor is your go to Halloween destination this fall. Hundred Acres Manor features a brand new “London” attraction for 2017. Visit ScarePittsburgh.com


Haunted Hills Hayride and the Valley of Darkness Haunted Walking Trail

(17th Annual); N. Versailles, PA. Journey through the woods at our two haunted attractions by wagon or foot for a factor of fright and fear. Karaoke/DJ, live bands; Benefits the Autism Society of Pittsburgh. For more info visit: hauntedhillshayride.com or call 724-382-8296


Haunted Hillside

Haunted Hillside is back for 2017. Entirely outdoors and over a mile long. Come visit our killbillies along with the rest of the enchanted creatures that roam our hills. Ranked 4th best haunted attraction in Pennsylvania and among the top 20 in the country for the past 2 years. www.hauntedhillside.com


Kennywood Phantom Fright Night

Discover a new level of terror at Kennywood’s Phantom Fright Nights. Fridays and Saturdays Sept. 29 – Oct.. 28, plus Sundays Oct. 8 & 29. Take your chances on the Black Widow and fierce Phantom’s Revenge, or venture through haunted graveyards, vampire crypts, and houses of the dead. Don’t come alone! More info


Terror Trolley

Come aboard the Terror Trolley and hear haunted tales of Pittsburgh’s darkest secrets. We will reveal the legends of those that still haunt the streets today, including the story of what was once "the most haunted house in America." Tours run Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays in October. Book online.


Halloween Town

Calling all party people! Come dance your way through HalloweenTown and experience our multiple stage event featuring some of the spookiest and best Dj's from across the region. Live graffiti, stacks of bass, plus unforgettable graphics and decor throughout the night to ensure a twist on reality! $100 costume contest prize! 1600 Smallman Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222. More info.


Fright Up Night!

After the sun sets it's time to eat, drink and be scary! On Saturday, October 28 head Downtown to Market Square for the first ever Fright Up Night! Live music crawl with 6 bands and free admission! Freaky food, diabolical drinks and devilish brews from Brooklyn Brewery. Costume prizes and Night Market for those that like to go bump in the night. DowntownPittsburgh.com for details


Beacon Hotel

15+ ACRE Haunted Corn Maze and House for only $15.00 per person. The Haunting begins Fridays and Saturdays at Dusk. The last wagon leaves @ 10pm or until all victims have ridden! Sunday’s “No Scare” Family Days: 1:00-4:00 $8.00 per person. This includes Hay rides, Corn Maze, Scavenger Hunt, Pony Rides, and a Petting Zoo. TEXT 91944 for Spooky specials. Open Every Weekend thru October 31!
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Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre

Over Halloween weekend, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre performs Dracula a ballet based on Bram Stoker’s 1897 gothic novel. A haunting score by Franz Liszt builds suspense while levitation, flying and pyrotechnics make the choreography even more climactic. The New York Times described it as a “spectacle of an order ballet audiences seldom see today.”
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