Oklahoma City is the capital of the United States and is renowned for its cowboy culture and its complex capitol, surrounded by working oil wells. The Oklahoma City National Monument commemorates the victims of the 1995 attack on the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building with a reflecting pool and empty glass and bronze chairs. The surviving tree, an American elm nearly destroyed in the attack, is also part of the monument.
Are you ready to face your fears? If so, Oklahoma City has some of the most terrifying Halloween attractions in the country. With a pounding heart, shortness of breath, screams but nothing comes out, fear in OKC's haunted house on door 13. This 20,000 square meter attraction is full of pure fear, nothing held back, terror in your face like you've never experienced before. Sweet Nightmares Trail is a self-guided walk through a covered forest and dark trails by Noble Scaregrounds. Be careful, because terror lurks around every corner.
The Wicked Forest of Terror is an extreme enchanted attraction that will face guests' fears and address their senses. The Lexington Zombie Farm offers an authentic and spooky experience where personal bubbles are popped. The official hours of the farm are from 8 pm to 11 pm, but guests can enjoy the ambience of the venue while waiting for their number to be called. The venue also houses a restaurant, bar and live entertainment.
Children under 12 years old are not allowed to walk the trail without parental supervision. By purchasing an enchanted attractions pass, guests can tour several haunted houses in the amusement park, wander around scary areas, or go roller coaster rides in the dark with the opportunity to interact directly with monsters. Guests over 12 years old are not allowed to wear costumes and cannot re-enter the park after 20:00. Hex House in Tulsa has been a staple of all the spooky seasons in Oklahoma for decades, while Psycho Path attraction in Sperry has 40 terrifying acres of delights and screams sure to delight the whole family (or group of friends). Nightmare in the Country in Woodward is an intense attraction that may only be suitable for older children and adults. The interactive Murder Mystery Dinner Show in Oklahoma City will take you on a spooky and exhilarating journey.
The Sanctuary is one of Oklahoma City's most intense Halloween attractions. Cain's Ballroom, The 13th Ward Haunted Attraction, Nightmare Warehouse, Masonic Boys Home, Trail of Fear Haunted Scream Park, Psycho Path Haunted Attraction and Thunderbird Trail of Fear are some of the best Halloween attractions in Oklahoma. If you're looking for a truly unique and spooky Halloween experience, look no further than Robbers Cave Fall Festival in Oklahoma.