Dare to Enter These Haunted Houses in the D

By: Scott Davis | October 12, 2020

Photo Courtesy of Hush.

You walk down a dark hallway, clutching your friend’s hand as hard as you can, eagerly awaiting what’s around the corner. Suddenly, THUD! A terrorizing clown pops out from the other side of the hallway causing you and your friend to jump, scream and yell. This is the type of terrifying situation that you can find yourself in at haunted houses across Metro Detroit this October. So if you’re ready for an interactive scarefest, be sure to check out these haunted attractions in the D. 

Scarefest Scream Park

For the better part of 13 years, Scarefest Scream Park has given guests a variety of haunted attractions to scream at. This year features four haunted attractions including a haunted hayride, maze, castle and forest walk, each with their own “scare factor.” Tickets must be purchased online in advance and with capacity being limited every day, be sure to buy early since most days will sell out.

Azra Chamber of Horrors

Featuring numerous chambers full of terrifying imagery, Azra Chamber of Horrors is one of the newest haunted houses in Metro Detroit. The multi-level maze will feature various demons to defeat as you try to survive a terrifying journey. Besure to buy your tickets in advance and check out their website for more information on the attraction’s health guidelines.

Hush Haunted Attraction

Featuring three haunted attractions on location, Hush Haunted Attraction in Westland is promising to be bigger than ever before. The site went through major renovations last season which has led to the haunted attractions being six times bigger than they were before. Their safety protocols include required face coverings, physical distancing, temperature screenings and contact-free enhancements.  

Slaughterhouse Adventure

Prepare to get lost and spooked with some friends at Slaughterhouse Adventure’s haunted “Maze from Hell.” The haunted maze is open every Friday and Saturday in October with face coverings being required for every participant. The site also features a drive-in movie theater where they will be showing a different classic horror movie each week!

Terrorfied Forest

Pinckney’s Terrorfied Forest returns for another season of haunted tours in their terrifying forest. The forest is open Thursday through Sunday beginning at 8 p.m. with fast pass tickets also being available online. Health protocols include required face coverings, temperature screenings, distributed hand sanitizers and social distancing from other parties.