If you like to celebrate Halloween by getting your scare on, these DFW Haunted Houses are the ones to check out. Plus, we’ve found the best discounts around for each of them, so you’ll get thrills, chills and deals too. From Dallas to Fort Worth, the fright of your life is waiting…
While you’re in the Fall spirit, be sure to check out the list of not-so-scary DFW pumpkin patches too.
Chaos Crew presents Texas Scaregrounds
One word. Intense. Texas Scaregrounds is an intense haunted experience in a mostly outdoor environment. From chainsaws to machetes, visitors will get all the thrills and chills that are lurking around every turn.
Dates: Weekends starting Friday October 6 – Halloween.
Admission: $20 per person – Sunday the 22 and 29, enjoy $15 admission.
Boneyard Haunted House
Experience this nationally recognized haunted house. Dubbed as the world’s largest, they recently moved locations to earn this title. Boneyard Haunted House is located in Dallas – Fort Worth and features the perfect blend of high tech effects and good old-fashioned Blood-n-Guts scare tactics. The Boneyard has new scenes, animatronics and movie quality props.
Dates: Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights this season. And nightly beginning October 19th.
Friday, Saturday 7pm till Midnight
Weekday & Sundays 7pm till 10pm
Admission: $32.99 for general admission. $42.00 for a VIP fast pass.
Six Flags Fright Fest
The most terrifying Fright Fest yet. There is no place to hide from the stuff that nightmares are made of. If you’ve been to Fright Fest in the past, you’ll want to put it on your list again for this year. With new haunted attractions like the Goblin Attack Squad and Los Chupacabras, you can’t help but wonder what’s behind that door…
Dates: Weekends starting September 23 – October 31.
Admission: Requires park entry. Tickets as low as $76.99 for park and haunted house entry.
Moxley Manor Haunted House
Featuring two haunted houses for the price of one, the Moxley Manor Haunted House will scare, frighten and stick with you. Moxley Manor offers visitors new experiences every year. Admission includes both attractions at Moxley Manor.
Dates: September 29 – October 31, weekends from 7:30pm to 11:45pm.
Admission: $23.00 General Admission. $35.00 VIP Admission.
Haunted Hell House
A bit of a twist on a traditional haunted house, Haunted Hell House is a guided tour that takes visitors on a path through everyday situations. Each scene is filled with content you may encounter in real world situations, but with a disturbing nature. Haunted Hell House is not recommended for children under the age of 13.
Dates: Weekends beginning October 13 – October 31.
Admission: $12 per person
The Parker House Haunted Attraction
The Parker House is based on a true story of a mortician and his family. Take a tour of the mortuary and if you dare, the sanitorium. From chilling realistic characters to spine tingling effects, The Parker House Haunted Attraction is one you will not want to miss.
Dates: Weekends starting September 30 – October 31.
Admission: $25 for entry. Fast Scare Pass tickets are $40.
Zombie Safari Dallas is an interactive, real-time, first-person shooter experience where you get to shoot without getting shot at. This is a one of a kind adventure and it only happens in October. Zombie Safari is a paintball facility by day and a zombie facility by night. All ages are welcome (it is a shooting game however).
Dates: Weekends starting October 6 – October 29
Admission: Rider only (no shooting) $9.95. Shooter general admission $24.95.
J & F House of Terror
The scare of your life awaits at J & F House of Terror. Be prepared to be terrified in the haunted maze. Longer and more intense than ever before, this House of Terror greets you with shattering effects and realistic props.
Dates: Weekends starting October 13 – October 31.
Admission: $20 for regular entry. $30 for Fast Pass entry. Special deal here: J & F House of Terror discount tickets
Granscary is a weekend event with a haunted house and a tour of the Granbury ghost cemetery. (Granbury is haunted you know!) Thrills and chills await you as you travel through the haunted house that gets more intense every year. Granscary is a fundraiser event that raises money for Hood County Christmas for Children.
Dates: October 27 – October 31
Dan’s Haunted House
Dan’s Haunted House is a true haunted attraction. As an outdoor haunted house, those brave enough to enter, will be exploring through paths and trails to encounter the Japanese Samurai Terrors. It’s a scary journey into the unknown.
Dates: Weekends starting September 22 to October 29.
Enter if you dare! Surrounded by haunted woods and erry waters, this haunted house will scare and frightened you at every turn. Face fear and come to the house that is waiting for you. Every year Creekside Manor sponsors a child in the community who is battling serious health conditions. They donate a portion of their ticket sales to the family… so visit for a fright but leave knowing you helped a child in need.
Dates: Weekends starting October 6 – October 31.
Admission: $15 for adults. $12 for kids under 48”.
Cutting Edge Haunted House
Located in an 100 year old building in a former meat packing location, Cutting Edge Haunted House has the perfect backdrop for the scare of your life. Using an array of creativity and props, Cutting Edge uses the meat packing theme and take it to a whole new, terrifying level. Be warned.
Dates: Weekends starting September 15 – November 4.
Admission: Starts at $29.99, depending on the day. Speedpass is $49.99.
Hangman’s House of Horrors
Thrills and chills are the essence of Hangman’s House of Horrors. Enjoy three attractions in one with Hangman’s House of Horrors, Zombie Outbreak and No Place Like Home. Hangman’s House of Horrors changes its theme every year so the story is never the same. While you’re there, check out the 19 acre festival grounds with live music, food and other activities.
Dates: Weekends starting September 22 – November 4.
Admission: $25 for general admission. $35 for Fast Pass admission. Special deal here: Hangman’s House of Horrors discount tickets
Dark Hour Haunted House
Dark Hour Haunted House takes chills to a whole new level with props that look like they’ve come from a movie set and characters in impeccable makeup. They expand on their major theme every year and bring in more technology, more special effects and more creativity.
Dates: Weekends starting September 22 – October 31.
Admission: $23 for general admission. $50 for Fast Pass admission. There’s also the option to buy tickets to an additional attraction at a discounted rate.
With 4 haunted houses in one, rooftop shows and pyrotechnics, Reindeer Manor is the ultimate Halloween experience. Reindeer Manor has been around for 44 years and is one of the most visited DFW haunted attractions.
Dates: September 23 – October 31.
Admission: Range from $10 – $115. Special deal here: Reindeer Manor
Hatch and Kraven’s Slaughterhouse
It’ll make your skin crawl in the worst way. Hatch and Kraven’s Slaughterhouse is a combination haunted house with thrilling special effects and scary scenes. Step into the darkness that awaits you at Hatch and Kraven’s Slaughterhouse.
Dates: Weekends starting September 29 – October 31.
Admission: $17 for the slaughterhouse, $12 for the crypt. Combo is $23.
Thrillvania Haunted House Park
Thrillvania Haunted House Park covers 50 acres with 3 haunted houses. Attractions include:
The World Famous Verdun Manor
Cassandra’s House of Clowns
Sam Hain’s Trail of Torment
Thorn Hall: (May be under renovation)
Granny Lupus’ Seance Theatre: (May be under renovation)
Dates: Weekends starting October 6.
Admission: $29.99 for general admission, $44.99 for a speed pass admission
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