The Sunshine State is filled with supposedly haunted places. And what better way to get into the Halloween spirit than by exploring some of these spooky spots? These haunted places in Orlando make for great day trips and will get you hyped for the most chilling holiday of the year.

Each place carries a certain historic presence. A cemetery on Orlando's eastside dates all the way back to 1880 and can be quite a creepy spot.

Another popular haunted site sits just outside the city, in a theater that is famous for hosting one of the state's most prestigious film festivals.

A popular nightlife spot in the heart of Orlando is also one of the city's most haunted spots, and just up the road from the city is a campground that brings all those who are interested in spirits together.

Even Walt Disney World is not without a place or two that contains haunting spirits. One of the resort's most popular and oldest rides has a spooky history behind it.

There are plenty of places to find haunted history in the City Beautiful.

Greenwood Cemetery 

Price: Free

Address: 1603 Greenwood St., Orlando, FL 

Why You Need To Go: This cemetery carries a lot of haunted history from Orlando's past, dating all the way back to 1880.

Enzian Theater 

Price: $12 

Address: 1300 S. Orlando Ave, Maitland, FL 

Why You Need To Go: Local legend says that this Orlando theater has a female apparition floating around the grounds. 

Harry P. Leu Gardens

Price: $10

Address: 1920 N. Forest Ave., Orlando, FL

Why You Need To Go: Legend has it that the spirits of Harry Leu and his wife have never left the gardens and haunt the place to this very day. 

Wall Street  

Price: Free

Address: 25 Wall St. Plaza., Orlando, FL

Why You Need To Go: This Orlando nightlife spot has long had claims of ghosts inhabiting the old buildings of the street. 


Price: $75  

Address: 1325 Stevens St., Cassadaga, FL

Why You Need To Go: This spiritualist camp has been rumored to be a hotbed of paranormal activity. 

Pirates Of The Caribbean at Disney World

Price: $109 for a one-day ticket

Address: Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando, FL

Why You Need To Go: There is a legend that a former worker on the ride named George still haunts this Disney attraction. 

So get in the Halloween spirit by visiting these spooky places in Orlando. 

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

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