Haunted Nashville

(615) 752-4292 | View Website

3436 Lebanon Pike, Hermitage, TN | Directions   37076

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Reviews for Haunted Nashville

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

A FRESH APPROACH TO HAUNTING – If you are looking for original and mysterious fun with your family this Halloween, read on... this is for you!

If you are seeking the commonplace chainsaws, gore, and violence seen in most haunted attractions, this place is probably NOT what you are looking for.

Named “One of the Top 25 Must See Haunted Attractions in the Nation” (Haunted Attraction Magazine) and winner of the 2010 Silent Scream Award for Best Haunt in Middle Tennessee, Haunted Nashville is Tennessee’s ultimate haunted house complex, with multiple hair-raising attractions under one roof.

At Haunted Nashville, science fiction and history collide in a strikingly unconventional aesthetic that seems all too real! Venture into the mysterious, unexplained and often startling fears that define the spirit of Halloween...an interactive pageantry of the paranormal. Haunted Nashville consists of multiple walkthrough haunted house attractions that evoke the charm and romance of nineteenth-century macabre.

over a year ago

@maglightsixty This is not a review, and yes it was written by the owner... and no, I'm not delusional. :o) This entry was posted simply to express the intent and style of the show, which has been well received by tens of thousands of people over the years.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Desperate worker gives bad haunt review... – I agree with the bad reviews on here. The owners or one of their employees have got to be coming on here to write their own reviews. Proof? The last rating was on November 27th. Who else would rate a haunted house a month after it closed?

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

A+ Impressive Haunted House – When I first heard about Haunted Nashville I was intrigued. For a few reasons, the first being it didn't involve some teenager running at you with a chainsaw .. it didn't bulk you on the bill and it had 3 big houses all under one roof. I went with a group of friends on a Sunday, bought the slash passes online and got into the house within 10 minutes.. VERY FAST ... Awesome experience.. The actors went above and beyond - the set design reminded us of a classic horror movie - it was that good.. You will LOVE this place !!!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

expereince it for YOURSELF! GO!!! – seriously...this is the absolute BEST haunted experience EVER!!! incredible attention to detail!!! finally someone has put together and truly scary experience without resorting to cheap chainsaw gimmicks! each experience unfolds into a chilling evening of creepy fun!

check it out! you won't be dissapointed! experience it for yourself!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Don't waste your money – This is not a haunted house and I'm disappointed that they call themselves so. And it sure as hell isn't a theme park, for which I would expect long lines. As for the "preconceived expectations" the person below seems to think others had going in, I wouldn't call it crazy to actually WANT to be scared when I pay to go to a haunted house. It was set up almost as if I were watching a play, at least throughout most of the place. As a college senior who is majoring in theater, I see better entertainment at other haunted houses every year, you know, when people are acting as if they are literally stuck in a place of terror, and either begging you to help them out or pretending to keep you locked in. THAT is entertainment. If I wanted to watch a bunch of monologues about some boring story, you could at least have seating and serve popcorn. Having to stand in a room and listen to a story that I couldn't be less interested in, then get shuffled into the next room like cattle in is not my definition of sophistication. The demographic of haunted house goers is mostly made up of teenagers anyway who have little to no appreciation for theater and just want to piss themselves with fear or get to cuddle next to someone on a date. If I wanted to watch a play, I’d go to TPAC. Not an abandoned building next to a bowling alley.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Better than most local haunts – Apparently the folks leaving bad reviews about this place are walking in with pre conceived expectations of what they think it should be instead of taking it for what it is. My family and I LOVED IT! We are the kind of folks that don't like to feel like we're being attacked or assaulted, so we haven't been to a haunted house for years---because that is what you get at pretty much every haunted house out there. My wife had heard that this place was different and has a touch of class, so we decided to try it. Yes, the lines were long, but so are the lines at every theme park in the country. The last haunted house I went to, probably 10 years ago now, had an hour long wait and didn't achieve nearly the sophistication that this place has. If you're looking for something fun to do for Halloween with your family, look no further.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

A different breed of haunt – If you think the only way to do a haunted house is to have people in hockey masks with chainsaws chasing you, then you will be disappointed. There is none of that at Haunted Nashville.

Instead, you will find some very cool special effects, particularly in Turbadite (sp?) Manor, and some really freaky interactive performances, particularly in Epidemic, and some really cool scenery and more traditional scares in House of Distortion.

Each "house" has a distinct plot and feel about it. At least one of these should please anyone who likes a good haunted house.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

HORRIBLE – If I could give this a less rating than one star I would. Probably in the negatives. This attraction was so not scarey. If it is supposed to be one of the "Top 25" what does that mean haunted houses have come to? One thing that makes this attraction more horrible than it could have been is the price. Outrageous for what it offers. Yes it may have three haunted houses in one spot but none of them are worht it. The best thing about it was some of the characters before you even go into it. this place is seriously lame. Don't waste your money or your time.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Way worth it!! – Went to Haunted Nashville last night with some friends who heard it was pretty good...I don't want to spoil it for anyone, so I won't go into too much detail, but we were all expecting something typical...which this was not!! We were greeted outside by some cool characters and proceeded to stand in line for our tickets, apparently, we could have purchased them online ahead of time (which I would recommend) but the line moved fairly quickly. What I especially liked was the fact that there are 3 different haunted attractions under one roof and each one had it's own theme. Like I said, I don't want to reveal too much and spoil the surprise but suffice it to say that we all pretty much agreed that this place is better than the average, "being chased by a guy with a chainsaw" kind of haunted house. Some very cool visual effects, sets, sound effects and the actors seemed more like real actors, unlike other places that have obvious teenagers in Jason masks jumping out at you...

All in all, I feel like it was definitely worth the money for something to do in Nashville during Halloween season... p.s. DON'T wear sandals or high heals or they will make you go get other shoes ( luckily, one girl with us had some tennis shoes in her trunk) Have fun!!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

boo – not so great

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