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Haunted Houses & Halloween Attractions in Wichita

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The quick and easy way to find all the exciting Halloween attractions in the Wichita area for 2017! Halloween is just around the corner, and if you're looking for some spooky fun then you've come to the right place. We've put together a list of local Wichita haunted houses, hay rides, spook walks, and more for the scariest day of 2017! Check out all the attractions below - there's something for everyone!

Katts Haunted Forest

Located in Oklahoma City
Closed today. Next open 10/26/17

Katts Haunted Forest offers a 20 minute journey around the Lost Lakes and through the terrifying forest infested with a number of creepy creatures! Read More

Guthrie Haunts Scaregrounds

Located in Guthrie
Open today!

Featuring over 30,000 square feet of space, thrill seekers can take on two haunted attractions while visiting Guthrie Haunts Scaregrounds! Read More

Field Of Screams

Located in Maize
Open today!

Head to Field Of Screams this Halloween Season and take on this massive haunted attraction - that is, if you dare!! Read More

Haunted Cannery Spook House & Lunatic Asylum

Located in El Dorado
Closed today. Next open 10/27/17

Located at Walter's Pumpkin Patch, the Haunted Cannery Spook House & Lunatic Asylum offers a number of intense haunted attractions for thrill seekers to enjoy during the Halloween Season! Read More

Project Fear

Located in Parsons
Closed today. Next open 10/27/17

Project Fear is an experience of pure terror as you walk through rooms full of torture, torment, and terrifying screams. Residing in a well known haunted 1929 hospital, as you walk through you don’t need to only worry about the living spooks, but you also have to contend with the real ghosts that live there year round. Once you step foot inside, you’ll be begging for more wh... Read More

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