Known as both the “Steel City” due to its more than 300 steel-related businesses and also as the “City of Bridges” by virtue of its 446 bridges, Pittsburgh is steeped in history, attractions, and, this time of year, its haunted sites. If you’re bold enough, these attractions will have you taking a plunge into the depths of the Pittsburgh Halloween Spirit.
Hundred Acres Manor
Hundred Acres Manor is called “Pittsburgh’s Best Haunted Attraction” and deservedly so. It is a local Halloween tradition to experience Pittsburgh’s top-ranked haunted house. The experience includes 6 themed haunted house sections as one large walk-thru haunted house of horrors. Don’t forget the add-ons such as an escape room, burial simulator, beer gardens and more!
Haunted Pittsburgh Tour
Want to see all the supernatural sites while visiting Pittsburgh during the Halloween season? Go on a Haunted Pittsburgh Tour to discover the local history from your tour guide as you wander through the ghastly streets of downtown listening to the greatest ghost stories the city keeps.
Kennywood’s Phantom Fright Nights
During the Halloween season, Kennywood Amusement Park is transformed into a haunted hideaway. Full of haunted houses, scare zones and other unique experiences like the Kennyville Cemetery where you can watch the dead rise or the Voodoo Bayou where the swampland priestesses have conjured up the dead.