Haunted Houses in Kansas City

By | August 6, 2012

Kansas City is known for a lot of things- BBQ, sports teams and its history. What usually goes along with a storied history like one such as Kansas City? You

Haunted House

Haunted House (Photo credit: Sean MacEntee)

guessed it. Ghosts!


Every state, actually every country, has its share of haunted houses or places. The dead seem to walk the earth in a multitude of places now and homes and battlefields seem to be their place of choice, especially in the United States. The Revolutionary and Civil Wars have been great for giving the country ghosts but we seem to also pick up the dead from murders or suicides as well.


For KC, haunted houses seem to be something that the city prides itself on to a certain extent. Kind of like how the city does with BBQ. It is a fun and entertaining way to pass the time but it can also be a great learning experience for some. And for others it is a way to pick up some extra change. That’s right, some of the best haunted houses have some actors attached to them who are often hired locally!


Here are a few of Blair Stover’s top picks (don’t worry, no spoilers!) but feel free to comment with your favorite.


Edge of Hell- Price of admission is $20.00 but you can get a discount if you purchase it will reservations to the “Beast”. You can get these tickets online as well.


The Beast- This happens to be the premier haunted house in KC and it gives you a little over an hour of excitement. You can get the tickets online for $20.00 and if you buy tickets to “Edge of Hell”, you can get a discount.


Fear- You will actually have to travel to the site to get their tickets but they are in the same general location as the two above.  Here’s the address 1100 Santa Fe St. Kansas City, MO 64101 816-474-3845


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