Find many Haunted Houses in Omaha and other Scary Halloween Attractions locally and in the surrounding area!
Please Note: Be sure to check the age restrictions as most are not recommended for children under a certain age. Parental discretion is advised.
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Haunted Houses in Omaha and other Scary Attractions
Please Note: It is always a good idea to verify before visiting as details may change. Be sure to check the age restrictions as most are not recommended for children under a certain age. Parental discretion is advised.
3935 State Hwy. 133, Blair, NE
Open: Saturday Nights; 6 – 10 p.m.
Skinny Bones Pumpkin Patch is open Sept. 11 – Oct. 31 and features an Eerie Trail in addition to a variety of kid-friendly attractions. Haunted Nights are Saturdays from 6 – 10 p.m.
Scarers move through the giant corn maze, anxiously awaiting their next victim. No flashlights allowed. (The haunted corn maze is limited to 1 time per person).
12501 Old Giles Rd., La Vista, NE
Opens for Season: Select nights, Sept. 18 – Oct. 31.
Preview Nights: Sept. 18 – 19
Haunted hollow has become one of Nebraska’s best Halloween attractions, offering you the chance to investigate an actual hotbed of otherworldly activity. With 7 acres of frights and fun, you’ll never want to leave!
Bellevue Berry & Pumpkin Ranch, 11001 S. 48th St., Papillion, NE
Open for Season: Sept. 18 – Oct. 31
Join in the most thrilling, spine-tingling horror experience in the Omaha area. Haunt features a twisted walk through a haunted house, caves and zombie jail as well as a frightening hayrack ride through the woods.
2020 Note: To protect their guests and staff, they will be asking everyone to please bring and wear a mask for everyones safety.
17272 Giles Rd., Omaha, NE
Open for Season: Select nights, Sept. 18 – Nov. 1
Discounts: Any and all discounts are only valid from Sunday to Thursday. (No discounts on Friday or Saturday.)
Food Bank for the Heartland – Bring 1 can of food for and receive $1 off any single attraction, and get up to $3 off with up to 3 cans of food on a Combo Ticket. You may bring additional cans of food to benefit the Food Bank for the Heartland, but they do not provide additional discounts.
Military – Bring a valid military ID for $1 off any Single Attraction or $3 off a Combo.
Twenty acres of Halloween inspiration has been unleashed within the Park, including three of Omaha’s most terrifying Attractions…the Master’s Castle, the House on the Hill, and the Haunted Woods!
Riverwest Park, 23301 W. Maple Rd., Elkhorn, NE.
Opens for Season: Friday & Saturday nights only, Oct. 2 – 31
Family Weekend: Sept. 25 – 26
This is a unique and intense Halloween attraction. This seasonal attraction opens on Sept. 25-26 for Family Weekend. On Oct. 2nd, the horror breaks loose with the really horrific films, Fright Overnight Camping, and Bloodrush: The Forest of Terror. (Because of COVID-19, Nyctophobia and Dark Ritual will not open.) Movies start at dark on Fridays and Saturdays (Learn more here)
Haunted Houses near Omaha
16531 S. 38th St., Roca, NE.
Open for Season: Select nights, Sept. 25 – Oct. 30; Nighttime: 5 – 9:30 p.m. & Sundays: 5 – 8:30 p.m.
Roca Scary Farm activities include the newly-designed Haunted Hayride and Psycho Path with a Sinister Circus twist. Plus, visit the Haunted Manor and House of Illusion.
Eagle Raceway, 617 S. 238th St., Eagle, NE
Open for Season: Oct. 3 – 31
Due to the unpredictable year 2020 has become, the Darklands has been fully re-envisioned. The haunt has been extended and upgraded considerably to make up for the fact that Luminon and Night Terrors will remain closed for 2020. TIMED TICKETS must be purchased in advance. They are sold on their ticket page, but there are limited tickets and time slots. You must be present for the time/date you purchase your ticket for. No refunds.
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We Look Forward to Enjoying These Haunts Again in 2021:
Mall of the Bluffs, 1751 Madison Ave., Council Bluffs, IA
Open for Season: CLOSED FOR 2020
Madness Haunted House is the newest pro-haunt in the Omaha metro area. Kids under 12 Parental Discretion is Advised.
716 N. 18th St., Omaha
Opens for Season: CLOSED FOR 2020
Mystery Manor is Omaha’s longest-running Haunted House.
3457 S. 84th St., Omaha, NE. (in front of Mangelsen’s 2 blocks north of I-80 on 84th St.)
Open for Season: CLOSED FOR 2020
The Shadow’s Edge is back in 2019 for a 15th season with a 100% newly redesigned floorplan. The Shadow’s Edge is rated 13 and up. Parental discretion is advised.
9677 County Road 3, Fontanelle, NE
Open for Season: CANCELED FOR 2020
Experience the sounds and sights (bring a flashlight!) of rustling corn and other surprises as you try to solve the maze in the darkness. Available on select nights during the season.