The 5 Best Haunted Attractions in Idaho!
Shadowy hallways, moving paintings, terrifying ghouls. For some, the fall might mean pumpkin spice lattes, but for others, it is the season of fear. Embrace the dark side with these five haunted attractions in Idaho.
The Haunted Swamp has everything you’d want from a haunted attraction. Over 60 actors are on-set dressed in their scariest get-ups to make your mile-long walk through the swamp a fright fest to remember.
The Post Falls Lions Haunted House is a yearly favorite. Organized by the Post Falls Lions Club, a non-profit dedicated to providing sight and hearing assistance, the attraction’s revenue goes directly to helping the community. You’ll be able to hear screams from the line.
The Theatre of the Lost Souls in Shelley, Idaho, was built 100 year-ago as an old-fashioned movie theatre. Today, it is home to “dark shadows, a little girl in white, a tall man with a beard, and an old lady sitting in an auditorium chair,” among other frights.
The Haunted Mansions of Albion styles itself as “the Northwest’s largest indoor/outdoor haunted attraction,” with five different sites including the School of Chaos, Clown House, Creature House, Old Steam Plant, and Comish Hall.
Requiem Haunted House in Caldwell, Idaho, is one of the newest attractions in the area but with over 7,000 square-feet of “pure indoor terror,” it has already made a name for itself. Take note that Requiem is not for the squeamish. Visitors can purchase original haunt tickets or deluxe haunt tickets, which opens up more floors of the mansion.