A list of Halloween haunted houses in Minneapolis, St. Paul and around the Twin Cities metro area - several of these are not appropriate for children, and some only admit those older than 18.
Opening hours are generally evenings throughout October, but visit their website or call for admission times and prices.
FYI, if you are reading this at work, many of the haunted houses' websites play music or spooky sounds.
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Minneapolis art gallery the Soap Factory terrifies guests with twisted artist-designed horrors in their Haunted Basement. Over 18 only. Buying advance tickets at the Soap Factory's website is recommended.
The Haunted Basement is open most nights from October 5 - October 31.
A way out of the Metro Area in Sauk Rapids, but remote locations are always bigger, and spookier.
Molitor's Haunted Acres is open on weekend and selected other nights, from October 8 until October 31.
Two haunted barns, haunted hay ride, cage maze, and a beer tent at Running Aces in Columbus, just by I-35, about 30 minutes north of Minneapolis.
The Nightmare Hallow-Scream Park is open weekends and select week dates from October 5 - October 31.
The Twin Cities' newest Halloween attraction. Before the snow starts falling, ski hill Buck Hill converts into a large scare zone with four haunted houses.
Frightmares is open select dates from October 5 until October 31.
One of the Twin Cities largest and scariest: Scream Town has the Twin Cities largest haunted corn maze, a haunted forest, as well as three haunted houses.
Scream Town is open select dates from September 28 - October 28.
At the ValleyFair amusement park. This is the perfect combination: thrill rides and four haunted houses for twice the screaming! The entrance price seems expensive but you get the thrill rides as well as the haunted houses for the money. Over 13s only.
ValleyScare is open Fridays and Saturdays from September 22 - October 28.
From the producers of the Minnesota Renaissance Festival, so you can be assured of good costumes. This is another large event, with a huge corn maze, haunted houses, rides, and other attractions and events like their own zombie pub crawl, and tattoo festival.
Trail of Terror is open Thursdays through Sundays from October 11 - October 28.
After the sun sets, visitors can be scared witless in the huge house of horror, the 3D house of horror, and on a mile-long hayride of terror. There's also a corn maze and scary movies.
Haunting Experience is open Wednesday through Sunday, plus the whole of Halloween week, from October 1 - October 31.
A local favorite. The Ramsey County Sheriff's Department runs Fright Farm in a century-old barn, and all proceeds go to D.A.R.E.
Fright Farm is open Friday and Saturdays, plus Octobre 30 and 31, from October 5 - October 31.