Welcome to the The Haunted Attraction Association (HAA), the only official association of the haunt industry.

Our mission is to protect, promote, and educate our worldwide network of Haunted Attractions, Vendors, Artists, and Enthusiasts.


Our $20,000 National PR Campaign includes Crisis Management Support that coordinates with the national media and assists members during incidents.


We promote our members’ attractions, products, and services through national campaigns, press releases, awards, and social media spotlights.


We provide quality education and training through seminars, handbook guides, and online video how-tos.

The Haunted Attraction Association (HAA), serves as the voice of the haunted attraction industry. Our mission is to educate our members, protect our customers, and promote haunted attractions around the world.

Join the HAA today and enjoy our many membership benefits and gain access to our exclusive membership area. You will become better prepared, educated, and connected to the people who make up this exciting industry.

The HAA attends annual Haunt Industry Tradeshows and provides numerous activities, events, and seminars for HAA members. These events include the CHAOS Safety Program, Oscares Awards Banquet, Annual Live Auction, and State Of The Industry Seminar.

HAA Top Haunts Program

The Haunted Attraction Association (HAA), the only official association in the haunt industry, has certified 14 haunts across the country as official “Top Haunted Attractions.” To be certified, attractions must be a member of HAA and meet a list of 10 criteria relating back to the mission of HAA – to protect customers, promote haunted attractions, and educate industry professionals.

“The safety of our guests is the number one priority,” said former HAA President John Eslich. “The certification is a symbol of excellence that honors those attractions that are making strides above and beyond to focus on the safety and education of their employees, while developing a world-class haunting experience for guests.”