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BEST SPOTS: Atlanta Haunted Houses
BEST SPOTS: Atlanta Haunted Houses


ATLANTA – Boooo! It’s the season for witches, gouls and goblins and the Where U Live team knows just where to find them. With a detailed evaluation of most of the Atlanta area haunted houses and, a little bit of, help from the Morning Team, we’ve come up with a list of the best Haunted Houses the metro area has to offer.  

The Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse (AZA) is open on Thursday through Sunday from October 6 to the 31. The events website claims that this attraction is like “nothing ever seen or experienced before”.  They boast that going through the house will feel like being in a Hollywood movie or a real-life thrill.

Think of a mix between a haunted house and paintball, AZA is set up on 35 acres of an abandoned truck stop. The space features a two-story motel, restaurants, hallways, courtyards and truck garages. The haunted house is moderately priced at $20.00; it will be featured on the Weather Channel’s Top 10 Hallow Screams. The Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse is located at 4215 Thurman Road in Conley.

For the 15th year, popular Netherworld Haunted house opened this past weekend. The haunted house started as a local haunted house a decade and a half ago has grown into an international Halloween icon. People come from all over to visit the famous haunted house which is now home to two other venues, Nightmares and Raw Meat.



According to The Travel Channel, “For more than a decade this creep show compound in Atlanta, Georgia has been widely regarded as the most over the top haunted house on earth.” The house closes for the season in early November, so take your time. Admission to the Nightmares Haunted House is $22 per person; while the admission to both The Nightmares and Raw Meat Houses costs $28.

The Torture Company is hosting a haunting experience at Masquerade in the Poncey-Highlands. Chamber of Horrors, says they are the first and only “extreme, adults-only, R-rated” haunted house. The house is modeled as a tour through a facility for the wealthy and psychotic.

Chamber of Horrors is the only haunted house in the city with a bar; so grab at drink and relax before you take on this frightening fright fest. The house is open from 8:00 until midnight from Sunday through Thursday and 8:00 until 1:00 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. Tickets range between $17 and $45.  

According to their website, the 13 Stories Haunted House is so horrifying that you have to sign a waiver to get into it. If you make it to the top, they say you get your money back; however no one knows if that’s true. For many years, 13 Stories Haunted House has been “striking fear into the hearts of people from all over”.  

Tickets to the haunted house are $22. Since 1984, the 13 Stories Haunted House has been called one of the South’s scariest haunted attractions.

And if you don’t like 13 Stories, Frightmore is next on the list. Frightmore proclaims itself to be “Atlanta’s newest scary Halloween haunt”. The haunted house is open from Thursday through Sunday from 7:00 until midnight.

Yelpers say the Hauted House promises to “intrigue and delight with its eerie ghostlike visions and it helps folks relive their worst nightmares”.  This Haunted House is on the affordable side and it’s located in Morrow for the OTP crowd. The haunted house is located at 1865 Mt. Zion Road in Morrow.

Also, the Rot N. Rusty’s Haunted House in Dahlonega, the Psycho Haunted House and Folklore in Dallas are good choices for those who live outside of the Perimeter and want a fright.

Be sure to tune into 11Alive in the Morning on Friday to see which Haunted House is the favorite amongst most Atlantans.