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North Phoenix’s Best Haunted Houses and Halloween displays in 2023

Looking for a haunted house or Halloween display in North Phoenix? Here is our complete guide and resource on where to go! And here is a very convenient map one of our Community Members designed for you.

Phoenix Dead Rising

8611 N. 30th Drive

Every Halloween, Nick Chryst transforms his front yard into a chilling spectacle with an array of decorations that include numerous skeletons, a multitude of tombstones, and an assortment of ghostly figures.

Hours and prices: On display, 6 to 10:30 p.m., Oct. 20 to 21 and 27 to 31; 6 to 10 p.m., Oct. 23 to 26. Free, but donations are accepted.

Casa de Muerte

1721 W. Villa Maria Drive

Kevin and Nicole Quenga are fully embracing the eerie essence of the season. Their front yard is becoming a tribute to iconic slasher film villains such as Michael Myers and Jason Voorhees, featuring chilling scenes from classics like “Jeepers Creepers” and “The Exorcist.”

Hours and prices: The free display operates nightly at dusk from Oct. 14 to 31.

Darkwater Bayou

24211 N. 24th Place

You’ll find yourself in a whimsical realm where skeleton bartenders, conversing man-eating plants, swamp witches, animated pirates, and imposing dragon figures converge in a vibrant and fantastical tableau.

Hours and prices: Nightly starting at dusk from Oct. 18 to 31‚Äč. Free.

Helbilly Holler Halloween Haunt

14601 N. 40th Way

In North Phoenix, this DIY Halloween attraction feels like a surreal, moonshine-soaked vision, blending elements of Southern-style eerie entertainment, cannibalistic themes, and hillbilly humor with influences from the unsettling worlds of “Deliverance” and “Motel Hell.” Artist Michaela Nastasia’s front yard transforms into a backwoods cabin setting where eerie banjo tunes play and bizarre mutants roam freely.

Hours and prices: On display nightly, 7 to 9:30 p.m., Sundays to Thursdays; 7 to 11 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays from Oct. 13 to 28 and nightly, 7 to 11 p.m. from Oct 28 to 31. Free.

Face Your Fears On 55th

8420 N. 55th Ave, Glendale

For those who find their hearts racing at the thought of encountering werewolves, witches, unsettling clowns, or particularly eerie dolls, it’s advisable to brace yourself before venturing into this haunted house on Halloween night. Consider it a form of exposure therapy for confronting your deepest fears.

Hours and prices: The yard display can be viewed nightly, 5 to 10 p.m., until Oct. 24. The haunted house runs 5 to 10 p.m. on Oct. 31. Free.

Hallowsevolve

12905 N. 147th Drive, Surprise

Annually, the creative duo of Krista and John Droski embark on a quest to select a fresh theme for their remarkable Halloween decoration extravaganza. In the year 2023, their chosen theme is “Sea Legends of Old,” and they’re adorning their spacious two-story home with maritime marvels such as shipwrecks, enchanting sirens, and captivating renditions of Davy Jones’s locker,.

Hours and prices: Nightly, dusk to 10 p.m. until Oct. 31. Free.

Mount Mayhem

1740 E. Purdue Avenue

Since 2009, they’ve consistently spooked guests with a fresh theme each Halloween. In the current year, their theme is “Psykosis,” promising patrons hallucinatory experiences, psychological tricks, and unsettling mind games as they navigate the haunt, with the added thrill of feeling pursued.

Hours and prices: Nightly, 7 to 9:30 p.m., Oct. 27 to 31. Free, but donations are accepted.

Scary Christmas House

North Phoenix Haunted House
4431 W. Escuda Drive, Glendale

Bob Spacy’s profound affection for the animated classic, “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” manifests itself in a truly spectacular manner. His elaborate and enchanting exhibit, inspired by the 1993 film, captivates audiences during both the Halloween and holiday periods. It entices the local community with an astounding array of over 100,000 lights, featuring numerous beloved characters from the movie, along with meticulously crafted decorations adorning every available surface on his two-story residence.

Hours and prices: Runs 6 to 10 p.m., Sundays to Thursdays; 6 to 11 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays, from Oct. 20 to 31. Free, but donations to local families in need are accepted.

13th Floor Haunted House

2710 W. Bell Road, #1180, 602-456-2250

Indeed, the speculations hold truth: the organizers of 13th Floor have relocated their haunted house to fresh surroundings, although they’ve remained within the familiar North Phoenix shopping center where it has stood for decades.

Hours and prices: Operates nightly through Halloween, except October 10, 11, 16, 17 and 23. Hours vary. Tickets are $27.99 to $32.99 in advance and add-ons include $10 fast-passes and $20 skip-the-line passes. Platinum tickets are $74.99 and include various perks.

AZ Field of Screams

5726 North 75th Ave., Glendale, 602-999-3276

A cautionary note is in order: Malevolent entities are concealed within the eerie corn maze at Tolmachoff Farms in Glendale. Sinister clowns and menacing individuals armed with chainsaws are on the prowl, ready to terrify visitors traversing the mile-long dirt trail amidst the cornstalks.

Hours and prices: Operates 7 to 11 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays, through Oct. 28 and on Oct. 31. Admission is $25 for just the haunted maze or $30 for every maze.

Fear Farm

6801 N. 99th Ave., Glendale, 623-866-5378

Fear Farm has been causing chills and thrills among the local community since the late 1990s, solidifying its status as a cherished Halloween tradition in the Valley. Labeled as a “haunted fairgrounds” by its owners, this sprawling 26-acre outdoor venue offers an impressive lineup of four attractions this season: “The Rot Shop,” “Hollow House,” “Depths of Darkness,” and “Infestation,” along with an intriguing corn maze.

Hours and prices: Runs nightly through Halloween, except Oct. 9 and 16. Hours vary. Tickets are $27.99 to $32.99 in advance and add-ons include $10 fast-passes and $20 skip-the-line passes. Platinum tickets are $99.99 and include various perks.

I’d like to credit the New Times with providing all of this awesome information. Here is a link to their full article with Valleywide haunted houses

As the weather cools down, North Phoenix is known for its awesome hiking. Here is a blog with some of my favorite hikes in the North Phoenix area.

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