Weekend Warrior: Maryland, Virginia and DC Haunted Houses


2020 Shannon Place, SE, Washington, DC

Teams of 6 are equipped with “neurotoxin” darts and sent through a zombie infested building to find the weapon that could end the undead onslaught. One part haunted house, and two parts interactive theatre, DC DEAD is a must this Halloween season. Explore the hidden hallways of the Anacostia Playhouse in SE Washington, DC. Salvage supplies and maybe save humanity…but watch out, the undead are lurking just around the corner. DC DEAD is an immersive game – you will be chasing Zombies and Zombies will be chasing you! Please come prepared to stand, climb stairs, scavenge for supplies and dodge that fatal swipe from the infected undead! Recommended for ages 14 and up.

Shocktober- Haunted House

601 Catoctin circle NE, Leesburg, VA

Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night throughout the month of October, the Paxton Manor opens its doors to those who are brave enough to walk her halls and descend into the basement. There are three nightly haunts for you to explore at our one location: The Paxton Manor, The Funhouse, and The Haunted Well of Souls.

The Halloween Woods- Haunted Forest 

47001 Fairway Drive, Sterling , VA

The Haunted Forest is a terrifying walk through the haunted woods of Algonkian Regional Park. Once in The Woods you will find yourself in the dark, but definitely not alone. Enter at your own risk!

Markoff’s Haunted Forest

19120 Martinsburg Rd., Dickerson, MD, 20842

Markoffs Haunted Forest is Maryland’s original greatest Halloween event. There is so much going on that you’re sure to soil yourself! Choose from 2 terrifying trails, and while you wait, indulge in a dozen other spine tingling events from zip-lines to zombie hunts.

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