Open since 1968, this haunted house bills itself as the oldest nonprofit haunted attraction in the country.
This haunted attraction offers various levels of fear, from the tame Hades Hayride to the "scariest" Trail of Terror.
There's something extra creepy about a haunted attraction located at the grounds of a former military installation.
This spooky attraction spans takes up about 100 acres, and features a haunted inn, circus, corn maze, film screening and hayride.Read the story
The area's newest attraction is right in the heart of Baltimore, and according to its website, "takes our inspiration from the city around us." Also includes a shuttle bus to and from Bond and Aliceanna streets in Fells Point, and patrons get wristbands for food and drink deals at various Fells Point bars.
This attraction features both a haunted house and an escape room, where patrons have to find their way out of various spaces that channel horror movies such as "Saw," "Halloween" and "Nightmare on Elm Street."
Bedlem in the Boro features a three-mile ride through Lineboro, a House of Horror and a non-scary hayride for children on Oct. 23.Read the story
Each year, students at Maryland Institute College of Art create and run their own haunted house. The 2016 theme is “Time Stream,” featuring horror-inducing trip through history. (Note: MICA warns that this haunted house is “highly not recommended for children.”)