If you’re thinking about checking out a haunted house this year, don’t waste your time on Google, I have you covered. I’ve complied a list of the three biggest haunted houses in Portland and the basic information on each one. I’ve also added a link to their website, in case you need a bit more information. Happy Halloween.
This is actually three different haunted houses all in one location. The Madness, based off H.P. Lovecraft. The Contagion. And Baron Van Goolo’s Museum of Horrors.
Located at the Memorial Coliseum.
Open: Oct. 23rd-27th and the 30th, Halloween and a special Friday November 1st opening for Dia De Los Muertos. The box office opens at 7pm every night.
Tickets are $20 and include admission to all three haunted houses.
They claim to be Portland’s oldest haunted house. This year they’ve moved to a new and larger location at 3855 SW Murray Boulevard in Beaverton.
Times: Now through November 2nd they’re open 7 days a week. 7pm to 10pm on weekdays, and 7pm to midnight on Friday and Saturday.
Tickets are $15 for a general admission, or $25 for VIP (front of the line).
Scream is an amusement park with a haunted house and other spooky stuff, located in Gresham.
Dates are now limited to the 22nd through the 31st, and November 1st and 2nd. Sunday through Thursday 7pm to 11pm, and Friday and Saturday from 7pm to Midnight.
Tickets to the park are $25 for general admission or $40 for the “RIP” pass, which gets you to the front of the line in the haunted house.