If you’re looking for the most screams for your money, you have to check out these 10 terrifying, over-the-top crazy Wisconsin haunted houses this Halloween! These aren’t your local run-of-the-mill 15 minute walk-throughs with some fog and screaming actors in rubber masks. To make this list, we considered which attractions had more to offer, with truly unique and terrifying experiences.
So if you’re looking for immersive environments, Hollywood-level makeup and effects, plus spooky games, live music, and more, then read on for heart-pounding scares that will have you screaming for mercy.
These hair-raising haunts are full of thrills, chills, and are NOT for the faint of heart!
1. Wisconsin Fear Fest – Plymouth
Returning for its second Halloween season, Wisconsin Fear Fest is an experience like no other. With three full haunted houses, a haunted hayride, a midway (of mayhem!) , mini escape rooms, axe throwing, paintball shooting gallery, live bands, DJs, and sideshow performers, and more, what more could you possibly want?
2. Dominion of Terror – Sheboygan
Wandering through the dark corridors of an old three-story building in the dark would be scary enough, but at Dominion of Terror, these halls are full of horror. From the moment the drawbridge rises and traps you in until you come screaming out the other side, this imposing haunt will put your nerves to the test. Not to mention they’ve been terrorizing Sheboygan for nearly 50 years, so they know a thing or two about getting under your skin.
3. Camp Tapawingo Haunted Voyage – Mishicot
Beware the racoons! Camp Tapawingo Haunted Voyage is a haunted woods experienced created by Hollywood effects artist Garrett Zima, whose known for his work on the Chucky franchise! He pours his passion for horror into this masterpiece, which winds through the woods to an abandoned campground rumored to be one of the most haunted places in Wisconsin.
4. Burial Chamber – Neenah
Ever wondered what it would be like to get buried alive? Well, Burial Chamber has you covered with the Trapped burial simulator! You’ll also find two unique haunted houses – one traditional, one mind-bendingly bizarre – plus the Phobia haunted woods.
5. Terror on the Fox – Green Bay
Among these top Wisconsin haunted houses, Terror on the Fox has one of the most unique, creepy and recognizable facades. So much so that it was actually featured in a book. But there’s more! Since Terror on the Fox is on the grounds of the National Railroad Museum, you can even hop on the Terror Train for a spooky ride into the unknown.
6. The Hill Has Eyes – Franklin
Crawling with hillbilly cannibals, The Hill Has Eyes is a terrifying hike around 45 acres of haunted hillside. Plus you can grab a spooky double feature at the Milky Way Drive-In while you’re there!
7. Abandoned Haunted House – Mt Pleasant
Creepy roadside motels are generally to be avoided, but not this one! Another contender for best facade, Abandoned Haunted House Complex looks amazing. But it’s also home to two indoor haunted attractions, one outdoor, and axe throwing.
8. Screamin’ Acres – Stoughton
Spooky mansion? Check. Slaughterhouse? Check. Dark, claustrophobic underground tunnels? Check. Circus sideshow turned madhouse? Check. Electro-shock therapy for those brave enough to try it? Yeah, that, too. At Screamin’ Acres, this farm grows fear…and they’re exceptional at squeezing it out of you.
9. Green Bay Fear – Green Bay
If you think clowns are scary, wait until you experience this freakshow at Green Bay Fear, where you’ll find an iconic cast of characters with an ever-evolving storyline, live music and sideshow performances, and three haunted attractions.
10. Wisconsin Fear Grounds – Waukesha
Sketchy and his minions have taken over the compound, and you don’t want to miss it! Year after year, Wisconsin Fear Grounds is one of the scariest haunted houses in Wisconsin with two attractions, plus spooky games to play while you wait.