Nashville Haunted Houses and Halloween Adventures

Haunted Nashville Halloween Adventure

Nights are starting to get cooler, Fall is just around the corner, and Halloween is not that far away! Nashville haunted houses will begin opening soon for those brave souls among you.  There are more scary Halloween offerings in Middle Tennessee too.  Check out this list of creepy things to do in the area! Please Note: This post contains Affiliate links.

Nashville Haunted Houses

Nashville Haunted Houses

Nashville Nightmare– Open for 21 nights in 2016, Nashville Nightmare sets the bar high with 4 haunted attractions(Horror High, Industrial Undead, Night Terrors, & Fairy Tale Hell). General Admission for all 4 attractions is $30 per person with the option to buy a “Slash Pass” to reduce your wait time.

Slaughterhouse– For 30 Years, Slaughterhouse has been terrifying Nashvillians! It is one of the longest running Nashville Haunted Houses for a reason.  Located in Hermitage, the opening date for 2016 is September 23rd and it runs through Halloween Night.

Haunted Hell– In its 5th year of operation Haunted Hell in Antioch has scenes that will leave you short of breath! With 22000 Sq Ft and 35 live actors promising “in your face” scenes, it is sure to be a frightening time.  Admission is $18 per person and speed passes are available as well.

Devil’s Dungeon- Located in Downtown Nashville, Devil’s Dungeon features an intense haunted attraction experience along with 3D scenes in their 20000 sq ft location.  Admission is $18 per person with the option to buy a speed pass for shorter lines.  Opening Date for 2016 is September 16.

Dead Land Haunted Woods– Opening September 16 and Located in Lebanon, Dead Land Haunted Woods is another multi-attraction haunt (The Curse, The Portal, The Crypt, and Freak Out Escape Games)! Each of the attractions features a walk through the dark woods and plenty of scares.

Middle TN Ghost Tours

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Nashville Ghost Tours– Offering a walking tour of Downtown Nashville, A Haunted Tavern Tour, and A Hearse tour, Nashville Ghost Tours has been telling the paranormal story of this city since 2003.  No matter which tour you choose, you will be entertained, learn something, and maybe have a “ghostly experience”.

Bell Witch Cave– You can not talk about ghosts in Middle Tennessee without mentioning the Bell Witch. It is arguably one of the most famous ghost stories in American history.  The location of this haunting is in Adams,TN.  You can tour the cave of the Bell Witch, a replica of the Bell Cabin, and learn the history o this chilling story.

Franklin Ghost Tour– As a location of several battles during the Civil War, Franklin has no shortage of Ghost Stories.  Franklin on Foot take guests through the historic city and tells the stories of Civil War Spies, Confederate Soldiers, and other historic figures who may just linger on this side of death.  Admission is $18 per adult, $10 per teen, and $5 per child. The tour covers 6 blocks with 4-5 stops along the way.

Middle TN Haunted History

Stones River National Battleground Hallowed Grounds Tour- Act fast! There are only 2 more dates listed for this tour in 2016. Take a lantern lit tour with park ranger through Stones River National Cemetery and listen stories told in the letters soldiers sent during the war. The last date listed for the tour is October 1st and reservations must be made by September 26th by Phone.

Falcon Rest-Falcon Rest Mansion’s original owner died in this home 100 years ago in 1916. It rumored that he comes to visit occasionally. On the anniversary of his death, there will be a Tag-a-long ghost hunt for 3 nights in October (22nd, 28th, and 29th) with the Ghost Hunters of Southern Tennessee. There are many stories of ghostly visitors at this mansion.  Tickets are limited, so if you are interested, reserve your space today.

However you decide to get your fear this Halloween, Nashville and the surrounding area has got you covered.  Check out some Nashville Haunted Houses, take a Ghost Tour, or visit a haunted historic location.  What did we miss, let us know your favorite haunted spot in the comments! Consider subscribing to our updates so you don’t miss anything.

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