Sunday, September 25, 2016

2016 Opening Night Guide for Haunted Attractions across New England

Halloween New England Opening Night Guide to Haunted Attractions

Fall officially began this past week and on Thursday we kicked off the New England haunt season! It's particularly welcome that the arrival of crisp weather has lined up well for outdoor attractions as well--it just feels like fall ought to. 

When haunts open up, it also signals the beginning of Halloween New England's season too. FIFTEEN haunted attractions opened up this weekend which must surely be a record for the next to last weekend in September--we say, bring it on! Next weekend--Sept 30th - Oct 2nd-- is a HUGE weekend for haunted attraction opening nights and even more are opening up over the next two weekends.

Halloween New England Opening Night Guide to Haunted Attractions The Pixel Perfection After Dark
It is incredibly time-consuming to sort through dozens of websites to find out when the local haunts, trails, flashlight mazes and haunted hayrides will be opening up--Halloween New England has the solution. 

Rather than have tens of thousands of New England haunt fans separately spending precious hours researching the info, we did it all for you. We compiled all the the opening nights into a nifty guide to help you plot out and plan for your thrills this season.

Be a good friend and remember to SHARE the Opening Night Guide with your fellow thrill-seeking, adrenaline-junkie pals.

Stay tuned for more guides all season long including our Guide to Haunted Attractions Open on Sundays and Weeknights for the folks who love to check out haunts on off-peak nights and our Guide to Haunted Attractions Open on Halloween for well, isn't it obvious?

We're thrilled to be teaming up again with New England's own uber-talented The Pixel Perfection: After Dark whose incredibly creepy and inspiring haunt photos populate the guides again this year. As always, we know you love their photos...just please don't steal their photos! Why not just follow them on Facebook instead or hire them to capture your Halloween attraction or event?