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Nashville's Best Haunted Houses

A Current List of Nashville's Best Haunted Houses


There is an unlimited supply of Ghoulish and Ghostly Events and Happenings for everyone in Nashville to enjoy during the month of October and we have gathered up some of best haunted houses that Nashville has to offer.

Nashville's Best Haunted Houses -A listing of the best Middle Tennessee haunts to be found.
Last updated 7/17/2014

Bell Witch Cave

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The Legend of the Bell Witch of Adams Tennessee is one of the most vicious spirits ever documented on paranormal science and while this is not your normal haunted house by any means, the Bell Witch Cave offers all plenty of events, every year, during the Halloween season including candlelight tours of the haunted cave, hayrides, storytelling, psychic readings and tours of the replica John Bell Cabin as well.
Location: 430 Keysburg Road
Phone: 615-696-3055

Bikers Who Scare Haunted House

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While there's plenty of scary haunted houses around, I can't imagine any more scarier that one hosted in an old movie theater and by a bunch of bikers even if they are a part of the Bikers Who Care Organization. This haunt, located in Clarksville is usually open only on weekends and normally cost under $10.
Location: 1955 Madison Street
Phone: 931-551-9878

Bloody Acres Haunted Woods

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Located in Gallatin, Bloody Acres is sure to scare even the toughest of us with their blood drenched woods and vengeful spirits,
Location: 318 Big Station Camp Blvd.
Phone: 615-569-4969

Creepy Hollow Haunted Woods

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Expect the unexpected. Prepare for adrenaline rushes and levels of fear you won't soon forget. Creepy Hollow Haunted Woods is a mere 20-minute drive from Nashville and features a Haunted Barn, Trail of Terror, Merciless Maze, Bonfires, Music and more. A definite evening of fun and fright for the entire family
Location: 2133 Joe Brown Road, Spring Hill
Phone: 931-486-3063

Dead Land

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Dead Land is locally owned and family operated, and will be open to terrify the public from late September through Halloween. Dead Land offers three attractions and is located just south of Lebanon on 231 at Hurricane Creek.
Location: 7040 Murfreesboro Rd, Lebanon
Phone: 615- 519-3116

Death Row

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Death Row - Sanitarium of Slaughter is Middle Tennessee's Largest Indoor Haunted House featuring 80,000 square feet of pure terror.
Location:418 Harding Industrial Drive
Phone: 615-833-1433

Death Valley Haunted Woods

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A Terrifying Trek through the Death Valley Haunted Woods is one of the most frightening haunts around. The blood-curling screams, the horrid stench of rotting flesh, and the demons that stalk these woods will make you shrivel in terror.
Location: 769 West Main Street, Hendersonville
Phone: 615-822-5106

Devil's Dungeon

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Devil's Dungeon offers 2 floors of terror filled scenes. The halls are filled with the undead, and more tortured souls of The Devil's Dungeon.
Location: 510 Davidson St Nashville
Phone: 615-256-0053


Walk the Trails of Evilution! Filled with Blood Curdling Screams in the Woods....Cheatham County's only locally owned & operated Haunted Attraction.
Location: 7091 Hwy 41-A South, Pleasant View
Phone: 615-584-5372

Fright in the Furnace

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Fright in the Furnace offers 9 acres and a DEADicated staff of your favorites; Jason, Freddy, Leather face, Pinhead, Michael Myers, and many more. Open on weekends at 7pm through Halloween.
Location: 1043 Earl Leach Road, Dickson

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