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Halloween Haunts in the Twin Cities

by Megan Torrini

Halloween is just around the corner- BOO! Here are some creepy haunts around the Minneapolis-St. Paul area that are sure to make for a fun fright night.

7410 Highway 212 West
Chaska, MN

Located in Chaska, Screamtown is one of the largest haunted events in the Twin cities. This is a scary place- ages 10 and up.

Klown House
Never underestimate the creep factor of these circus folk. The name should give you an idea of what awaits you inside this chaotic maze of freaks.

Terror in the Corn
The horrific journey through the 9-foot tall corn is 30% larger than last year making it the Twin Cities Largest Haunted Corn Maze. Even more surprises await you inside this haunted spirit of harvest.

Hillbilly Motel
Bubba and his cousins have been waiting for you to check-in.  Hillbilly Motel is a unique attraction that will have you laughing and SCREAMING to "check-out" of this twisted family run business.

Oak Blood Forest
Get ready to take a journey deep into the haunted forest.  The Blood family (former occupants of this property) still roam these woods at night and don't like visitors.  NO tour guides, NO flashlights, and NO mercy.  You, the Blood family', and our actors waiting for your bravely step into this one of a kind attraction.  

The box office at Screamtown opens at 7pm and closes at 10pm each night of operation.  All guests must be inside the park before 10pm. Screamtown does not close at 10pm however (only the box office). Guests are allowed to stay in the park until everyone has had a chance to experience every attraction.

Hayride of Horror
10900 Point Douglas Road
Cottage Grove, MN

Have a haunting experience hosted by Zywiec's Landscape and Garden Center in Cottage Grove. The spine tingling terror begins as you enter the House of Horrors, where you'll experience The Mind Shaft, the Tomb of Doom, the Garden of Evil, the Morgue, Hell's Crypt and more. Next, experience bone chilling scares on the Hayride of Horror, featuring the Torture Zone, Over the Edge, Extreme Scream, Metamorphic Madness, Chuckles Funhouse and more.

There is also a Low-Scare Matinee- a low scare version of the haunting experience for your little ghouls and goblins.

Zywiec's also supports the Friends in Need Food Shelf, so be sure to bring in 2 food shelf items and receive a $1.00 discount on admission. Visit website for details and ticket information.

EvilHill's Dungeon's of Darkness and Doom
968 Prairie Center Drive
Eden Prairie, MN


Come Learn The Tragic And Horrific Tale of The EvilHill Family...

The Dungeons of Darkness and Doom offer far more than any average haunted house. At the Dungeons, they tell a grim story of despair and madness, a tale of grisly death and ghastly doom. The Dungeons are intensely theatrical, and passionately committed to scaring you beyond your wildest dreams. It is a theatrical experience and a Halloween adventure unlike any other.

EvilHill's attraction is a very intense theatrical haunted house. Parental discretion is advised. Some themes may be frightening to younger children.

The Dungeons of Darkness and Doom are wheelchair-accessible. The Dungeons will be open October 15, 16, 17, 18, 24, 25, 30 and 31. The Dungeons are open from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Three hours of carnage every night! Admission to the dungeons is $10, or $8 with a food donation.

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