INDIANAPOLIS -- If you want to get the pants scared off of you this Halloween, then look no further than our backyard.
FrightFind.com says the top haunted house in Indiana is Hanna Haunted Acres at 7323 E. Hanna Ave. on Indianapolis' southeast side.
The website highlights Haunted Acres 5-acre corn maze, a "first-hand view of a town overrun by a disturbing viral outbreak," an evil carnival and a Haunted Hayride.
If that's not scary enough for you, you can pay an additional fee for a hooded hike "into the pits of hell" where you'll be guided only by a rope.
Indoor attractions at Hanna Haunted Acres open at 7 p.m. and the outdoor attractions open at dark. They close at 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and midnight on Friday and Saturday. Click here to see what days Haunted Acres is open.
Admission prices also vary depending on the day. There is a fast pass which will allow you to bypass lines and go straight to shorter lines for the hayride, Carnevil, outbreak and Field of Fiends corn maze. A combo pass and single passes are also available. Tickets can be purchased online or at the door. There is no charge for parking.
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