Denver’s haunted houses you have to visit!
By Elizabeth Weiler on October 27, 2023
Denver, CO — Halloween is right around the corner, and so are the ghosts waiting to scare you. If dressing in costume isn’t enough to fully immerse you into the holiday, check out KOSI 101.1′s list of haunted houses.
13th Floor Haunted House (Denver) – Ranked among the top most terrifying haunted houses in U.S. by U.S.A Today, this central Denver haunted house offers several spooky attractions. This years themes are “The Deadlands”, “Repossesed” and “Fairytale Nightmare”. Open now every Friday-Sunday, don’t forget to buy tickets online!
The Ritual Haunted House (Englewood) This haunted house is, “where the lines between reality and nightmares blur, this house has a sordid history, shrouded in darkness and mystery.” Open Sept 29 until Nov. 4 including weekdays, this site was voted Colorado’s top Halloween attraction in 2019!
World’s Scariest Haunted House (Littleton) – Living up to its name, even J.T. Compher and Tyson Jost of the Colorado Avalanche couldn’t make it through unspooked. Starting Oct. 6 through the entire month of October, the site will be open daily!
Haunted Field of Screams (Thorton) – The notoriously haunted Riverdale Road in Thornton houses this spooky site, and “The iconic 40-acre corn field serves up terrorizing experiences that prey on individual’s innermost fears.” This attraction is Denvers largest haunted house and opens Sept 29th, Thursday-Sunday until Oct. 31.
The Frightmare Compound (Westminister) – You’ve got the scariest, the largest but now, here is the oldest haunted house in Denver, adding to the spirits. This top rated site says, “madness will claw at your senses as you enter the portal of fear itself.” Open now until Nov. 4th, visit Thursday-Sunday.
Terror in the Corn (Erie) – Located on a desolate farm, the site writes, “in this ‘Mile of Mayhem’ you and your friends wind your way through a massive corn field filled with your darkest fears…leading to the town of Raven’s Gulch where you wander through its abandoned buildings and darkened streets.” Open now until Oct. 31st, visit every Thursday-Sunday!