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Scary Fun: 9 Halloween Train Rides That Will Encounter Monsters and Other Horrors

These 9 US haunted train rides combine old-fashioned charm, the thrill of traveling in the dark, with classic Halloween scares. They will not leave anyone indifferent, reports OnlyInYourState.

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1.Oklahoma Railway Museum Halloween Ride, Oklahoma

Looking for a new and fun family activity this Halloween? If so, try riding an old-fashioned steam-powered train at the Oklahoma Railroad Museum. The entire train is decorated for Halloween and wherever you turn you will see costumes and friendly faces. You'll instantly feel like you've been transported back in time when you hear "all aboard". The Oklahoma Railroad Museum is located in the heart of Oklahoma City and the ride lasts approximately 40 minutes. Halloween rides are only offered on October 30th and 31st, so book your tickets now because they usually sell out really fast!

2. Hoosac Valley Legends Twilight Train, Massachusetts

Are you passionate about local history? Do ancient cemeteries give you goosebumps? Do you like a good horror story?

If yes, then Hoosac Valley Legends Twilight Train is definitely for you. The new Hoosac Valley service at the Berkshire Scenic Railroad Museum offers fun and educational train rides between Adams and North Adams in the beautiful Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts.

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This train ride is a living history exhibit that explores the region's rich rail history and complements the already popular cultural attractions located in the North Berkshire area. In autumn, this spooky train will take you through the most spooky places in the area!

3. The Spookomotive Train Ride, California

Take part in the annual haunted ride at the California State Railroad Museum this October. By popular demand, California State Parks and the California Railroad Museum and Foundation will be offering fun rides on the Spookomotive train in Old Sacramento every weekend in October. Out of downtown Sacramento, this terrifying tour will take you past dazzling fall foliage and spooky sights. The train is decorated and the staff are dressed for the season and it is highly recommended to wear your own attire. Despite their vintage character (and the possibility of being haunted), these trains are perfect for a family trip.

4. The Haunted Ghost Train, Nevada

Every year, the Nevada Northern Railroad at Ely turns its historic trains into mobile fear factories. The Haunted Ghost Train has over 100 volunteers ready to scare you to death...and have some laughs. You will tour the area and encounter UFOs, headless horsemen, ghosts and other creepy creatures. The haunted train ride is run annually by approximately 100 volunteers who strive to give you a terrifying experience. Tickets for the haunted train sell out every year, so get your tickets early or there won't be seats!

5. Headless Horseman Halloween Train, Washington

Every fall, the Chelatchie Prairie Railroad puts on a harvest festival and fall foliage ride in mid-October. But if you love Halloween, wait until the end of the month. The Headless Horseman Halloween Train always runs on the last weekend of October, and it's as creepy as it sounds.

6. Ghost Train at Boothbay Railway Village, Maine

Boothbay Railway Village is generally a great place to stay. But once a year, witches and goblins arrive in this quaint railroad village to board the ghost train. You'll tour the local landscape and see a variety of delightfully creepy characters. The train ride is designed to be an enjoyable experience for all ages. For those of us who love Halloween but prefer bunny costumes, this is the perfect activity!

7. The Halloween Train at Wheaton Miniature Train and Ovid Hazen Wells Carousel, Maryland

The Halloween Train at Wheaton Miniature Train and Ovid Hazen Wells Carousel is a favorite Maryland attraction that delights kids and adults alike throughout the year. But once a year it turns into a haunted train ride! Located in Wheaton Regional Park, about 40 minutes from Washington, D.C., this fun place turns into a spooky adventure every October. For an exciting ride that is sure to leave you screaming in horror and delight, head to Wheaton and board the Halloween Train!

eight. . Ghost Train of No Return, Iowa

The Midwest Central Railroad's Haunted Train Ride from Mount Pleasant is a 1,5km excursion that definitely delivers some scary moments, but doesn't do anything too scary for little travelers.

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The railroad has steam locomotives and train cars, and you'll enjoy a scenic ride with plenty of sights along the way. You will see a lot of spooky decorations and get a chance to test your mettle in a haunted house.

9. New Hope Railroad, Pennsylvania

This fall train ride in Pennsylvania will take you on a terrifying rail adventure. You will venture into the woods of New Hope on an hour-long journey full of spooky surprises, haunted encounters, and even a tour of the spooky corn maze.

Address: New Hope Railroad, Stockton Ave, New Hope, PA 18938, USA
Address: Chelatchie Prairie Railroad, 207 Railroad Ave, Yacolt, WA 98675, USA
Address: Nevada Northern Railway Museum, 1100 Ave A, Ely, NV 89301, USA
Address: Oklahoma Railway Museum, 3400 NE Grand Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73111, USA
Address: California State Railroad Museum, 125 I St, Sacramento, CA 95814, USA
Address: Hoosac Valley Train Ride, 3 Hoosac St, Adams, MA 01220, USA
Address: Railway Village Museum, 586 Wiscasset Rd, Boothbay, ME 04537, USA
Address: Midwest Haunted Rails, 405 E Thresher Rd, Mt Pleasant, IA 52641, USA
Address: Wheaton Miniature Train & Carousel, 2002 Shorefield Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20902, USA

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