Looking For A Scare? Check Out These Haunted Happenings

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If you’re looking for a bit of fright to go along with your Halloween festivities, check out the many haunted houses and haunted experiences throughout the local area.

Trail of Terror
Renaissance Festival Grounds
12364 Chestnut Blvd.
Shakopee
Thursdays : 7 p.m. – 11 p.m. (Oct. 13-Oct. 27)
From the producers of the Ren Fest, the Trail of Terrors is scarier than grown men in tights.

Scream Town
7410 Highway 212
Chaska

Deadview Cemetery
8839 96th St. S.
Cottage Grove

Haunted Farm
10 Miles South on Hwy 75. 1/2 Mile East on County Road 60
Moorhead

Dungeons of Darkness and Doom
4094 Lakeland Ave. N.
Robbinsdale
952-886-3366

Nightmare Hallow-Scream Park
Columbus

Fright Farm
Maplewood

Ghost Trolley and Booseum
305 Third St.
Excelsior
952-221-4766

Nightmare Hallow Scream Park
8220 Lake Dr. NE
Columbus
651-462-7279

Frightmares at Buck Hill
15400 Buck Hill Road
Burnsville

Dreadwood Haunted Forest
Hudson, Wis.
651-224-3003

Horror on Colonial Lane
5653 Colonial Lane SE
Rochester
507-319-7946

The Screamatorium Haunt
8980 Quatrelle Ave. NE
Otsego

Real Haunted Tours
Historic Mounds Theatre
St. Paul
651-772-2253

Haunted Aquarium
Mall of America — Sea Life Minnesota
Bloomington

Soap Factory’s Haunted Basement
514 2nd St. SE
Minneapolis
Fridays and Saturdays : 6 p.m.–12 a.m. (ends Oct. 31)

Haunted Theater: Fallout
Loring Theater
1407 Nicollet Ave.
Minneapolis
612-353-6781

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