5 Haunted Experiences to Check Out This Halloween Season

A look into local options to get your scare on.

1. The Hill Has Eyes

7900 CRYSTAL RIDGE RD., FRANKLIN

Take a trip to nearby Franklin to visit The Hill Has Eyes. This attraction is 45 acres of Halloween fun. If you are worried about it being too scary for some members of the group, you can attend their “Not So Scary Halloween Parties” for ages 6-12 from 2:30-4:45 p.m. The Hill Has Eyes opens at 6 p.m. and goes until midnight.

2. Spooky Stalks Haunted Corn Field

12000 W. APPLETON AVE. 

Want to celebrate Halloween and stay outdoors? You need to take a look at Spooky Stalks Haunted Corn Field. Located in Milwaukee this is a nice local option. They are open on Friday and Saturday nights starting at 7 p.m. during the month of October. 

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3. Cedarburg Cultural Center Gothic History Tour

W63 N6194 WASHINGTON AVE., CEDARBURG

Take a walk through the past and learn about the previous pandemic. You know the ones before COVID-19. The tour is about 90-minutes long and streches for around a mile. There are COVID-19 restrictions limited the group size to ten and face masks are required by all. It costs $20 with advance tickets or $25 on the day of the tour.

4. RSVR Virtual Reality Haunted House

2210 S. KINNICKINNIC AVE. 

RSVR is a local virtual reality center that might be a good option for you as they have several extensive COVID-19 policies in place. They are having a Halloween virtual reality option every weekend in October. They also have a backyard “graveyard” where you can enjoy a bonfire, a variety of beverages, and watch scary movies on their outdoor projector. Tickets are $10 including the virtual reality experience and the backyard “graveyard.”

5. Sheboygan Insane Asylum

N3773 GARDE PKWY., SHEBOYGAN | OPEN NOV. 6, RESERVATION REQUIRED

Want to truly be spooked? Check out the Sheboygan Insane Asylum. This destination was featured on the Travel Channel on season 2 of Destination Fear. While Sheboygan is a bit of a trek, it is worth every minute.

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Corey Schmidt is an editorial intern for Milwaukee Magazine. Currently, Corey is a junior at DePaul University where he is majoring in both Music Performance and Communication & Media.