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Hart County Halloween Attractions & Events

Hart county has some of the best Haunted Attractions in Kentucky. Whether you're looking for a good fright, want to go pumpkin picking, or simply looking to create amazing fall memories, then you'll want to head out to Hart county this Halloween season. With terrifying chills and exhilarating thrills, Hart county has something to offer for everyone - from families in search of kid-friendly fall fun, to friends looking to spend an evening at some of the spookiest haunts in Kentucky. Halloween is almost upon us! Make sure to check out what Hart county has to offer this autumn - you won't be disappointed!
 
  • Cave of Fear

    Located in Horse Cave
    (270) 786-1466

    Some History of this area includes the fact that many early settlers and native tribes buried their dead inside some of these caves showing respect for that which slept in the darkness. During the Civil War, confederate soldiers used the caves as supply points and hideouts from union soldiers. In Read More

  • Hollow of Unrest

    Located in Bonnieville
    270-401-9022

    The Hollow of Unrest is a family owned and operated haunted attraction in Bonnieville, Kentucky, established in 2010. This haunted walk takes you through both indoor and outdoor environments including the woods, open fields, and a 100 year old barn. Read More

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    The Hollow of Unrest is a family owned and operated haunted attraction in Bonnieville, Kentucky, established in 2010. This haunted walk takes you through both indoor and outdoor environments including the woods, open fields, and a 100 year old barn. Read More

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    Some History of this area includes the fact that many early settlers and native tribes buried their dead inside some of these caves showing respect for that which slept in the darkness. During the Civil War, confederate soldiers used the caves as supply points and hideouts from union soldiers. In the past fifty years, this cave has had to undergo some major clean-up due to some toxic... Read More

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Cave of Fear Horse Cave 51 days ago Rate Now!
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Hollow of Unrest Bonnieville 104 days ago