The creepiest and most scream-inducing, nightmarish haunted houses St. Louis has to offer Enter if you dare.
Rated as “America’s Best Haunted House” and the “King of Scream,” The Darkness Haunted House in Soulard celebrates its 23rd year of fear this season. Renovated each year with new scenes, props, animations and special effects, The Darkness boasts six attractions in one location. An escape room and zombie laser tag have also been added this year.
1525 South 8th Street, St. Louis, MO 63104
Haunted mazes that blindside you by darkness, thrilling scare zones at every corner of the park, howling live performances featuring ghouls, zombies and monsters, and pulse-pounding coasters make Six Flags Fright Fest an experience you don’t want to miss.
4900 Six Flags Road, Eureka, MO 63025
The Lemp Mansion Restaurant & Inn
In the 1800s and early 1900s, the Lemp Mansion was a residence and auxiliary brewery for the Lemp family, owners of the famous Lemp Brewery. Legend has it the Mansion is haunted, and today the Mansion offers overnight stays (if you dare!), haunted tours, ghost hunting and more, for those seeking a real haunt this Halloween.
3322 Demenil Place, St. Louis, MO 63118
Featuring 13 different haunted attractions in one location, Creepyworld Haunted Screampark is a five-acre theme park of horror in Fenton. Attractions include a haunted dollhouse mansion, a haunted hayride, live music from the world’s only all dead band, a Christmas horror story, and much more.
1400 South Old Highway 141, Fenton, MO 63026
At St. Louis’s original haunted paintball hayride, you must defend yourself against live zombies, ghouls and other dreadful monsters. But that’s not all Once the ride is over, you must still make it down the Haunted Trail.
3545 Douglas Road, Millstadt, IL 62260