One of the best things to do around Irving for Halloween is touring the scary haunted houses in the Dallas area. Take another look at Dallas’s best haunted houses near Lincoln Las Colinas before you let the Halloween season pass you by.
- Get to the Waxahachie SCREAMS Halloween Theme Park for serious scares. Open Fridays and Saturdays and through October 30, this Halloween attraction features five ways to get scared for just $25 per person. Walk through the Castle of Darkness, 3D Pirates of Peril Point, The Arcane Asylum, Unkel Koy’s Klown Maze, and Ghoulish Graveyard. They’ll also show classic horror movies, lead you through the Trail of Terror maze, scare you with roaming monsters, make you laugh with Scary-Oke, and entertain you with other activities like psychics and games. Check it out on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
- The 16,000-square-foot Slaughterhouse in Deep Ellum claims to be the longest-running haunted house in Downtown Dallas located on Elm Street. Open weekends through October 31 (and on October 27), admission ranges from $18 to $30 for VIP admission where you’ll skip to the front of the lines. Check out photos of the haunted house on Facebook (and check for specials), and read a previous review on the attraction from Pegasus News.
- The Boneyard Haunted House in Arlington, about 30 minutes away, has received high scary marks from local publications like the Fort Worth Star Telegram and the North Dallas Gazette, and it was also recognized as the world’s largest haunted house in the nation. Get updates on specials and hours on Facebook and Twitter, and buy cheaper tickets online for $25-35, depending on whether you want to get to the front of the lines.
- The Fatal End in the West End in a real Downtown Dallas haunted building, The West-End Market Center, and boasts movie-quality sets and high quality actors. Get $20 general admission or $30 fast passes throughout October.
- The Dallas ScareGrounds offers three haunted houses and Walking Dead laser tag where the monsters shoot back. With great rates, you’ll get into the festival, with creepy games and entertainment, and three haunted houses for just $22 per person and play laser tag for $7 per battle. Walk through the Hallucinatorium with 3D clowns, the Terrortorium maze of gruesome displays and the Necrotorium full of tombs and the dead. Learn more on Facebook.
- Reindeer Manor in Red Oak offers scares in a real haunted house, too! Named a “Top 25 Must see Haunt” by Haunted Attraction Magazine, this horror haven features the main Haunted House at Reindeer Manor, the Dungeon of Doom and the 13th Street Morgue. Get into all three attractions for $35 per adult to the haunted house with real paranormal recordings and ghostly sightings.
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