When a chill comes into the autumn air, it’s the perfect time to get a chill up your spine. Whether you’re interested in learning more about Milwaukee’s haunted history or want to be scared silly at one of our Halloween attractions, check out these spooky spots for a chilling thrill.

  1. Each October, the Milwaukee County Zoo welcomes visitors for a family-friendly ghoulish good time complete with hundreds of carved pumpkins throughout the grounds.

    10001 W. Bluemound Road
    Milwaukee, WI • 53226
    (414) 771-3040
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  2. Fear District

    Downtown Terror

    Fear District

    The Deer District surrounding Fiserv Forum is transformed into the terrifying Fear District from Thursday-Sunday this October, featuring three unique haunted attractions, plus daytime family fall activities, special concessions, and horror movie viewings.

    1111 Vel R. Phillips Ave
    Milwaukee, WI • 53203
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  3. This beautiful garden-style cemetery is the final resting place of many of the city’s most famous late greats. Stop by for a self-guided your – you just might spot a beer baron out for a posthumous stroll…

    2405 W. Forest Home Avenue
    Milwaukee, WI • 53215
    (414) 645-2632
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  4. Gothic Milwaukee

    Haunted Tour

    Gothic Milwaukee

    Take a walk on the spooky side of the city with these haunting tours through Milwaukee's past and folklore.

    Cathedral Square Park
    Corner of Jackson & Wells
    520 E. Wells Street
    Milwaukee, WI • 53202
    (414) 301-2266
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  5. The Hill Has Eyes

    Haunted Trail

    The Hill Has Eyes

    The Rock Complex is usually the spot to go for skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, and other adrenaline-fueled fun. During the Halloween season, your adrenaline will be pumping for a different reason as you experience terror on four haunted trails and the zombie-infested Scare Lift. Survivors are invited to celebrate at the nightly bonfire party.

    7900 Crystal Ridge Road
    Franklin, WI • 53132
    (414) 529-7676
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