Edit ModuleShow Tags

The Most Spooktacular Halloween Houses in New Jersey

Do you have that one house in your neighborhood that goes all out decorating for Halloween?


Published:

courtesy of the halloween house in Succasunna

 

Do you have that one house in your neighborhood that goes all out decorating for Halloween? We asked on Facebook for the best Halloween houses, and these are your picks:

The Halloween House
2 Alcott Way, Succasunna

A staple for the past 28 years, this season’s theme is  Jurassic Park meets Pirates of the Caribbean (there’s an actual ship!). The family-friendly locale avoids jump-out scary stuff and offers a Disney display. Its pirate ship has working cannons. You can drive by anytime, but head there on Halloween from 5-11 pm to walk through the full experience.

Martorana Christmas House

396 Fairfield Rd., Wayne

This house celebrates Halloween way before good tidings. Check out the more than 165 inflatable decorations (8 am-midnight) and lights (4 pm-midnight) and stop by on Halloween for candy sacks, novelty items, cotton candy and popcorn.

Ridgewood Halloween Maze

124 Sheridan Terr. Ridgewood

All ages are welcome at this maze that adds new animatronics each year. For a scare-free adventure, come during the day. As it gets dark, look out for creatures lurking in the night. Warning: Getting out is a lot harder than you think. Open October 8-31 from 4-9 pm every weekday and noon-9 pm on weekends.

13 Skeletons

948 Rte. 202-206 Bridgewater

Celebrate this lucky 13th anniversary all month long with an ever-changing display that tells a story. This year, three skeletons have gone missing in an old haunted mine. Search parties can hunt for them on Oct. 27-28 from 6:30-10 pm, but beware of what hides in the shadows. Begins October 1 and ends on Halloween.

Courtesy of 13 Skeletons

 

**Note: These houses have gone all out in previous years, but have not been confirmed for the 2018 Halloween season.

Bordentown: Frank Rios and Pat Patrizio lead the charge on Thompson St. each Halloween, making sure the entire block goes completely over-the-top with spooky decor!

Lambertville: This town knows a thing or two about getting in the Halloween spirit! Just ask the filmmakers of Halloweenville, a documentary inspired by Lambertville’s spooky seasonal transformation. Check out North Union St. and Buttonwood St. for some of the most creative decorations.

Madison: There is a well-decorated house on Ridgedale Ave. between Park Ave. and Madison High School, plus the Dead & Breakfast Inn at 100 Ridgedale Ave.

Mantua: Trick-or-treaters, beware! If you come to 203 W. Salem Ave. for some sweet treats, you’ve got to walk through this home’s frightening “graveyard” first.

Roselle: Halloween on Bender Ave. gets better and better every year thanks to one home’s super scary Halloween display that's gained much popularity over the years!

And don't forget to check out the list of New Jersey Haunts and if you haven't decorated your own home yet, we have ideas for 5 No-Cost Halloween Decorations!

Now tell us, do you know a great Halloween house we missed?

Edit ModuleShow Tags

Archive »Related Content

Things to Do the Day After Thanksgiving

Post-Thanksgiving activities for the whole family.

6 Easy Thanksgiving Crafts For Kids

Enlist the preschool set (or even the bigger kids) to help decorate the house for Thanksgiving.

Where to Get Your Thanksgiving Turkey

Head to a nearby farm to pick up a fresh, local bird. Not only will you taste the difference, but you'll start a new family tradition. Call ASAP to reserve before you go.

Run A Turkey Trot in NJ

Already regretting how much you're going to eat this holiday?

Crack the Case at Liberty Science Center’s Newest Exhibition

Little sleuths have big, British shoes to fill as they try to solve an epic mystery.

Add your comment: