Frightful Haunted Houses & Seattle Halloween Attractions
Every October the Emerald City starts crawling with ghouls and ghosts, from historic morgues in Georgetown to the creepy country of Sammamish in the Eastside. Halloween in Seattle is like no place else, a delightfully frightful time for family fun - and some just for adults, of course. Whether you crave a long, blood-curdling walk in the woods of Beaver Lake Park, or prefer to explore the haunted lore of city sights, scares are everywhere this time of year.
Nightmare at Beaver Creek
Thurs-Sun, thru Halloween
2656 244th Ave SE, Sammamish
This lakefront fright-fest features two levels of terror. The Family Scare ($12, 7-7:45 pm) is a bit more tame for kiddos and the faint of heart, while the Full Scare ($18, 8-10/11 pm) promises to make even the bravest people cower in fear. Located just 14 miles southeast of your safe, quiet suite here at The Heathman, Nightmare at Beaver Creek is the largest indoor /outdoor Halloween attraction in the Seattle area, complete with a nearly mile-long trail full of terrifying twists and turns, and a haunted house that will make your skin crawl.
Haunted House at Georgetown Morgue
Thurs-Sun, all October
Daily, Oct. 22nd-Nov. 1st
5000 E Marginal Way S
Restricted to ages 12 and up (General Admission: $21), the creepily iconic Georgetown Morgue is home to this uniquely historic scare. In addition to demented doctors, monsters, and the undead, history itself plays a central role in the experience, as the morgue has seen its fair share of the macabre since opening as a funeral home and 100-body/day crematorium in 1928 - included the twisted massacre of nine employees on October 25th, 1968.