Welcome to Haunted Hollow, Western Pennsylvania’s Premier Haunted Attraction. Located off the PA Turnpike near Somerset, PA, (Somerset County) and is about an hour from Pittsburgh, PA. Haunted Hollow is a Haunted Attraction that features unique attractions you can’t experience anywhere else. It’s raw and authentic, from the dark hallways of an actual circa 1800's farmhouse to the blood red color of the acid mine drainage, the putrid, rotting smell of the swamp gases and wagon rides across desolate, moonlit fields.
Meghan L (10/1/22): “This was my wife’s and I first time here. I have been wanting to make the trip for years! This was probably the best haunt I have been to in a very long time. The actors made your experience very personal, and they let you go in with your group ONLY. It was amazing. 10/10 would recommend.”
Jody M (10/2/22): “By far the best haunt I’ve ever experienced!!! Having an October bday, I’m always looking for something spooky to do. Haunted Hollow was amazing and so well organized (even with the rain). Great job everyone!!”
Isabella P (10/8/22): “We drove 2 hours to get here and it’s definitely worth the trip! Lines moved quickly and these people know how to run a haunted house! Took us 1 hour to get through all attractions and all were fantastic.”
Nina F (10/16/22): “This is an awesome haunted house out in the middle of nowhere that is better than a lot of the big city haunts! I find it totally unique that you get to walk through a swamp and the woods and it is much more elaborate and detailed than other places I’ve been to. I’ve been coming for at least the last 15 years and it just keeps getting better! Keep up the good work, we LOVE it!!!”
Rhiannon F (10/17/22): “My husband and I came to The Hollow all the way from Virginia. We heard amazing things, so we decided to get some friends together and check it out. It did not disappoint! There’s no doubt so much heart and dedication goes into this event. Each attraction was different and we loved the midway area! If you’re in PA, you’ve got to check it out! Or do what we did and make a road trip out of it!”