Who’s looking to get terrified?! We are sharing 12 different experiences around the metroplex for you to get your Halloween fix. Enter these houses, if you dare...

Updated October 2023


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This long-standing haunt holds the Guinness World Record for the world's largest walk-though haunted house! It's hosted inside a 100-year-old abandoned meat packing plant, and the old equipment is used today to add special effects. The experience features live actors inside dozens of rooms with multiple themes, taking about an hour to complete. 

Hours: Every Friday and Saturday in October, from 7:30pm to 10pm

Tickets: Start at $44

Fort Worth | Directions



Step inside a world ruled by a coven of witches at Dark Hour! This high-tech haunted house goes above and beyond, with an entire storyline to follow as you navigate the haunt. This year's theme is the Rise of the Sea Witch, focusing on the story of a spooky sorceress from under the sea. They're also handicap accessible and provide an in costume escort to help you get through the attraction!

Hours: Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in October

Tickets: Starting at $35

Plano | Directions



Built on a chilling combination of history and legend, this haunted house takes place on a 100-year-old military base. The haunt is based on the story of Hezekiah Jones, aka The Hangman, who is said to haunt the banks of the Trinity River since the late 1800s. Hangman’s contains three different attractions including a scary walkthrough experience, an interactive art exhibit, and an intense zombie infestation! 

Hours: Every weekend in October

Tickets: Starting at $35

Fort Worth | Directions


J & F HOUSE OF Terror

Check out not one, but two haunted houses at J & F! Their indoor haunted house features a butcher shop theme, which you will navigate with just a glow stick! Their outdoor attraction is much longer, featuring a haunted maze! 

Hours: Open Thursday through Sunday from 7pm to midnight, all month long

Tickets: $17.50 for indoor only, $40 for outdoor only, $55 for both

Garland | Directions


Junk Yard Haunted House 

Oak Cliff's only haunted experience, which is hosted in a real-life junkyard covered in graffiti! At night, the junkyard comes to life turning into a chilling haunted house complete with live actors, special effects, and more. 

Hours: Every weekend in October

Tickets: $20 per person

Oak Cliff | Directions



Explore three haunted houses in one location, if you dare! Explore the legendary Moxley Manor, based on the true story of a Dallas family who met their chilling demise. The other attractions are just as scary, and include Regan's Revenge and Big Top Terror aka a haunted circus!

Hours: Open every Thursday through Sunday in October, times vary

Tickets: $35 per person

Bedford | Directions



The oldest haunted house in Texas, dating back to 1974, Reindeer Manor has 4 different haunted houses! See if you can brave a haunted mortuary, an alien invasion, a radioactive submarine, and a spooky scare park with all the 80s vibes!

Hours: Open every Friday and Saturday in October, from 8pm to midnight

Tickets: $35 per person

Grand Prairie | Directions


Screams Park

Spend an entire night exploring five different haunted attractions, including the Bootlegger's Bayou, Time's Up Maze, Terra Mythica Castle, Zombie Wasteland Apocalypse, and a 3-D Klown Encounter. This is truly one of the most interactive haunted houses, with fun activities like tarot readings, axe throwing, paintball, and even five pubs with spooky eats and drinks!

Hours: Open every Friday and Saturday night in October, from 7pm to 1am

Tickets: $42 on Fridays, $52 on Saturdays

Waxahachie | Directions



This haunted experience has such a scary origin story that special effects are barely even needed! Walk through the living quarters of murderous Mary Parker, who ran a terrifying 1940’s mortuary. Keep an eye out for ghosts in the chilling cemetery, or attempt to defeat zombies in an exciting apocalypse ride around the property too!

Hours: Open Thursday through Sunday every weekend in October, from 7pm to midnight.

Tickets: $24 for each experience, or $42 for both

Denton | Directions



This haunted house has a chilling history! Walk through 50 acres of haunted grounds, and check out three unique attractions, including a tour of the haunted Verdun Manor, Cassandra's House of Clowns, and Sam Hain's Trail of Torment.

Hours: Open Fridays and Saturdays in October from 8:30pm to 9:30pm

Tickets: $40 per person

Terrell | Directions


Texas Scaregrounds

Here, you can find four haunted attractions to experience, and even enjoy live bands! If you're a fan of all things old and creepy, check out the Odditorium which features dozens of spooky displays.

Hours: Every weekend in October 

Tickets: $30 per person

Mineral Wells | Directions



Help save our city from mutant zombies! On this safari, you'll take a haunted hayride that includes a first-person shooter experience to hunt down the zombies you’ll encounter on your adventure. Plus, enjoy food, drinks, face painting, corn hole, giant Jenga, tether ball, and more! If you're into paintball or video games, this is pretty much both combined in real life!

Hours: Every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm to 10pm

Tickets: $25 per person

Forney | Directions