Haunted houses have evolved from the days of cardboard props and trash bags to sophisticated character actors, animatronics and special effects all designed to scare and entertain guests. As the most haunted city in America, Savannah offers a spooky assortment of haunted attractions.
Here are our picks for Savannah’s haunted attractions:
Alee Haunted House - Terror Plantation
An award-winning haunt, The Alee Haunted House was voted number one overall on Scare Factor Must-See Haunts. The Alee Haunted Terror Plantation hosts their 13th annual haunted attraction with proceeds benefiting The Shriner’s grounds and building funds. According to Patrick Welsh, “come see why we are fan-voted number in Georgia, over 900 were too scared to finish last year! Hope to scare ya there!” They have had over 6,000 people who could not finish the haunt throughout their history.
Where: 100 Eisenburg Dr., Savannah
When: Every Friday and Saturday Night, Halloween Night from 7:30–11 p.m.
Info: Alee Haunted House on Facebook
Wicked South Productions Haunted Corn Maze at Madrac Farms
Wicked South Productions offers a malicious corn maze with blood-curdling terror. Members of the Haunted Attraction Association, their haunt offers unique characters and horror. “Our team works all year to bring a great experience of horror," Thomas McCormick said. Wicked South Productions started off as a home haunt at McCormick’s house and has grown into one of the areas fastest growing haunted attractions by offering new levels of terror.
Cost: $15 ($13 for Military, Veterans, Students)
Where: 580 Rahn Road, Rincon, 31326
When: Every Friday and Saturday in October, Halloween, Nov. 1-2
17 South Haunted Forest
Richmond Hill High School’s Drama Club presents its inaugural 17 South Haunted Forest. Featuring six terrifying attractions and horrifying haunts, the ¾ mile trail covers a ghoulish graveyard with terrifying clowns. Unfortunately, it is not wheelchair accessible. No children under 12.
Where: 5899 N. Coastal Hwy, Fleming, 31320
When: Every Friday and Saturday in October from 7:30-11 p.m.
Savannah Moose Lodge 1550 Haunted Forest
Savannah Moose Lodge offers a terrifying experience through a haunted forest. Full of creepy clowns, demons, and monsters, this haunt offers a strange and creepy walkthrough sure to scare even the bravest of souls.
Location: 2202 Norwood Avenue, Savannah
When: Every Friday and Saturday Night, Halloween, November 1-2
Info: Haunted Moose on Facebook