Halloween 2021: Metro Phoenix Haunted Houses List

By on September 22, 2021 0 899Views

We are quickly approaching October, the temperatures are slowly coming down and that means spooky season is upon us.

With the pandemic restrictions last year, many missed out on getting their annual scare on at one of the valley’s haunted houses.

The popular haunted houses such as Fear Farm and 13th Floor, are back and they have added new sinister and gory themes to scare all those who dare to enter.

Here is a list of haunted attractions that are open this year.


Starting Friday, Oct. 1, visit Glendale’s haunted corn maze, AZ Field of Screams. This attraction will be open for the season with “new spine-chilling scenes.” For younger ones or those not looking for a good scare, there is also a family-friendly maze at the site. Opening night will have a special admission price of $18.

Tolmachoff Farms
5726 N. 75th Avenue, Glendale

Fridays and Saturdays
Oct. 1-30 and Sunday, Oct. 31
7-11 p.m.
From $25 for the haunted maze
$30 for both mazes.


Fear Farm has moved locations this year. This scary attraction is located in Glendale instead of Phoenix. There are five themed attractions and a haunted corn maze. The themes are:

  • Sinister circus
  • The spirit of Halloween
  • Nuketown
  • Dead in the water
  • Dead end slaughterhouse

Guests can take part in various add-on options for general admission tickets, which are timed, prices start at $24.99, including fast pass and skip the line. There is also a platinum VIP experience.

Large bags will not be allowed inside, only clear bags or clutches smaller than 4.5 by 6.5 inches are allowed inside.

6801 N. 99th Avenue, Glendale

Sept. 24-26
Sept. 30
Oct. 1-3
Oct. 5-10
Oct. 13-17
Oct. 19-31.
Prices Start at $24.99
$1 more on the day of
$3 more at the door
Add $10 for fast pass
Add $20 to skip the line


Opening Saturday, Sept. 25, 13th Floor Haunted House officially opens on Saturday, September 25th and is owned by the same company as Fear Farm.  The attraction features three themes: “Bad Blood,” “The Dollmaker” and “Asylum.”

Plan to leave your large bags at home; only clear bags and clutches smaller than 4.5 by 6.5 inches are allowed inside.

This attraction features various add-on options for general admission tickets, which are timed and start at $19.99.

  • Flex, which allows for a flexible arrival time for $5 more.
  • Fast pass, which has an estimated wait time that is a third of the regular line for $10.
  • Skip the line, which allows “immediate access” for $20.

2814 W. Bell Road, Phoenix

Sept. 25
Oct. 1-3
Oct. 7-10
Oct. 14-17
Oct. 20-31
$19.99-$32.99 in advance
$1 more on the day of
$3 more at the door
Add $10 for fast pass
$20 to skip the line


Guests who visit the Sanctum of Horror in Mesa should be ready for a “breeding ground of evil.”

The scene is set for this attraction: Enter Lenore’s childhood home and witness as her family members are murdered before joining her in an asylum where inmates have started experimenting on doctors. Guests will also witness “The Breach,” in which visitors will enter bunker 16 and encounter a rare leech on its path of destruction.

This location’s season starts Friday, Sept. 24, and ends with a special “blackout event” Friday-Saturday, Nov. 5-6.

Superstition Springs Center
6555 E. Southern Avenue, Mesa

Sept. 24-25
Oct. 1-2
Oct. 8-10
Oct. 15-17
Oct. 22-24
Oct. 27-31
Nov. 5-6 “blackout event”
$24 for general admission
$20 for blackout event
$35 for fast pass


This experience is not for the faint of heart. This year guests will find blood, guts and gore at Mesa’s Scarizona Scaregrounds. There are three themed haunted houses: Slayer’s Slaughter House, Epic Fear (“total darkness”) and Startled Darkness, which has spiders, snakes and clowns in a dark, confined space.

The venue also says there are “all-new bonus experiences.”

Tickets are assigned with time entry and come in packages of one, two, four or six tickets. Closed-toe shoes are recommended.

1901 N. Alma School Road, Mesa

Oct. 9-10
Oct. 15-18
Oct. 22-25
Oct. 28-31
Nov. 1
From $39.95 for one person
$74.95 for two people


Terror Nights Haunted House is ready to welcome guests back to their 11th season in Tempe. If you want to catch this attraction, it won’t be around for long. The event only lasts three days, beginning Thursday, Oct. 28.

The neighborhood haunted house is located off of off Rural Road in south Tempe; signs on the main road will point you in the right direction.

The event is free, but will accept donations  that will benefit the nonprofit Tempe Community Action Agency. Organizers will also accept donations of nonperishable foods “to help the needy this holiday season.”

511 E. La Donna Drive, Tempe

Oct. 28-30
7-10 p.m.
Free; donations are appreciated