MAPLEWOOD, Minn. – September 1, 2017 – Fright Farm Haunted House: the legendary horror
experience! Consistently named by local media among the best and scariest haunted
attractions in Minnesota. For more than two decades, Fright Farm has provided frightening
scenes in a blend of horror, local legend, and folklore for tens of thousands of people.
Located among the relics of the Ramsey County Poor Farm and Cemetery in a massive,
historic barn, Fright Farm takes place in the heart of the east metro just one mile south of
Highway 36 at White Bear Avenue in Maplewood, Minnesota.
Kicking off its 21st season on October 6, Fright Farm Haunted House is open from 7 p.m. To
11 p.m. every Friday and Saturday night in October as well as October 31.
New for 2017:
● The Carnival of Fear: a spine-chilling and immersive take on the sideshows and
carnivals of yesteryear;
● The Legend of the Witches’ Woods: the infamous tale of buried secrets in the
forests of Maplewood; and
● The Puppet Factory: uncover the horrifying reason behind the fear of puppets,
mannequins, and dolls.
Survivors of the haunted house can experience other activities on the grounds including
attractions, food, beverages, and free photos.
Tickets to Fright Farm are just $12 for all ages. Proceeds from Fright Farm benefit the
nonprofit Ramsey County Sheriff’s Foundation which supports important public safety and
For young children and the faint of heart: a family-friendly “Low Scare” event on Sunday, Oct.
29 from Noon to 4 p.m., featuring a tamer version of the haunt as well as fun family activities
and free prizes. Admission to the Low Scare event is just $5 for all ages.
Visit www.frightfarm.org for more information.