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From a pub crawl to a haunted ghost tour in downtown Pittsburgh, there are many ways to celebrate Halloween in Western Pennsylvania. During October only, you get to see Pittsburgh's historic landmarks and learn about their dark secrets and ghosts lurking in them.
To be even more scared, head to Kennywood Park, just southwest of Pittsburgh. Phantom Fright Nights, available for adults and teenagers, features ten haunted houses, like Villa of the Vampires, Voodoo Bayou, and Kennyville Cemetery. The park is also known for its iconic Still Curtain, the tallest coaster in the state, and Phantom's Revenge, the fastest in Pennsylvania.
More scares await visitors at The ScareHouse, which was included in travel Channel's list of America''s Scariest Halloween Attractions. Located within The Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills, The ScareHouse is packed with demons, clowns, and mutants. All scares and haunts are immersive, heavily themed, and revised every year. Another popular Halloween attraction is Hundred Acres Manor, located in the South Park, which features six individual attractions and scare zones that flow into one another, so you can't leave until you experience all of them!