If you are looking for the best haunted houses in the city of Cheyenne, in the state of Wyoming, read on. Each one of these haunted houses are sure to send a chill up your spine and guarantee terror and screams. Read on for information packed Cheyenne haunted houses guide.
McCall’s Haunted Farm

This haunted house got its inspiration from a local legend that a farmer, Mr. McCall, butchered his wife and family after losing his family land so the state could build a highway; he went insane and no one ever found his family. Because this legend was so wide spread, creators took advantage of this horrifying legend and turned the terror into a realistic haunted harm that will scare anyone.

Offers: VIP tickets, fun kid friendly activities during the day (including a pumpkin patch)

Perry Meadows Haunt

Although this haunted house in Cheyenne was closed last year, it is re-opening this October; this haunted house is unique and it is a non-profit organization that accepts food donations. It was the first haunted house attraction to open that was free in Wyoming and attracts over 250 visitors an hour.

Cheyenne, Wyoming does not have a lot of haunted houses or Halloween attractions but the few that they do offer are quite good. Here is a list of some Halloween attractions in and around the area to enjoy with your family. Some of these might not be appropriate for very young children. It is open to the parents discretion. All children are different.

  • Primitive Fear located at 6600 Menaul Blvd NE, Cheyenne, Bernalillo, Wyoming 87110

    Primitive Fear is a very extreme haunted house and may not be suitable for very young children. They open nightly in October. Their hours are normally from 6pm- 10pm Sundays through Thursdays and from 6pm-midnight Fridays through Saturdays. Admission is $14.00 per person or $20.00 per person for VIP which means no waiting in a line.

    Please visit their website. They will soon be updating their site to their 2009 calender.

  • 13 Street Manor located at 2100 Louisiana Blvd NE, Cheyenne, NM

    This tends to be an extreme haunted house filled with many adult scares. It may not be suitable for young children. It will be open every night in October. Admission is $14.00 per person and $20.00 per person for VIP membership which means that you do not have to wait in the line.

    Please visit their website to learn more about their upcoming 2009 season which will be updated soon.

  • Ghost Tour Of Old Town Cheyenne

    This is a very fun and informative tour that takes ninety minutes. It is lead by a guide with a lantern who will tell you the tales of the historic city and its ghosts. The tours are held nightly. They charge $20.00 per person, $18.00 for seniors 55 and up, $18.00 for military, $16.00 for children between the ages of 13-17, $10.00 for ages 6-13, and children under five are free.

    This is truly a fun company for the whole family and it is also very educational.

    For the older children and adults they offer a special Moonlight Ghost Tour. They feel this is not appropriate for children under the age of 13. This wonderful tour is held only in October. It begins at 10pm.

    Please visit their website to learn more about the tours that are offered. They have one special tour that is lead by a paranormal investigator. This tends to book up early so please contact them directly if you are interested in this special one of a kind tour.

    These are three of the top things to do in Cheyenne this Halloween season.