Best Haunted Houses In Atlanta

October 10, 2014 12:00 PM
Best Haunted Houses In Atlanta

" One of the things Atlanta is known for around Halloween is its spectacular haunted houses. While Netherworld is the mecca for fans of the truly scary adventures, there are plenty of other places to check out. You may find yourself visiting a different creepy manse every weekend in October. Be aware that the lines for some of the events may be the most frightening part of the experience!

Netherworld Haunted House 6624 Dawson Blvd Norcross, GA 30093 (404) 608-2484

Is it as awesome as you’ve heard? The answer is yes! Netherworld is a truly scary experience, not recommended for young children. Last year, there were two separate houses, both containing horrors relating to every imaginable phobia. It’s basically like walking through the set of a “Saw” film. There are exits in case you find yourself too frightened. Lines will be long, so you’ll want to purchase your tickets in advance or consider purchasing a fast pass for busier evenings (closer to Halloween) "

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