Spook Yourself with These Dallas-area Haunted Houses
The market for the spookiest of haunted houses is hot in Dallas, and it’s no secret that the city knows how to do scares right. Whether you prefer to creep through ghoul-infested homes in the heart of the city or to shoot zombies, we’ve got you covered.
Dan's Haunted House
Dan’s Haunted House in Lake Dallas is a full-immersion outdoor walkthrough with a twist on the All-American haunted houses we typically see: It features Japanese-inspired sets, ditching the ever-popular chainsaws, clowns, and zombies. Dan’s opts for a historically thrilling experience that will chill you to the bone with ghosts and ghouls inspired by the events of Hiroshima. Doors open at 7 PM on October 5th, with tickets starting at $20.
Dark Hour Haunted House
Since it began scaring Texans in 2013, Dark Hour has gained a reputation for its ultra-high quality sets and decorations as well as trained actors designed to give the grounds of Coven Manor true frights.
Take the fight to the zombies with a zombie hunt. At Zombie Safari, just minutes away from Downtown Dallas, you can immerse yourself in this outdoor adventure. This 15 minute shoot-out lets you get up close and personal with the zombies, shooting paintballs to your heart’s content from the safety of a bus. For the little ghouls and goblins, Zombie Safari offers corn hole, face painting, giant Jenga, and a silly string fight area.
J & F House of Terror
Out in Garland, there is a haunted maze that’s in an actually haunted warehouse. That’s a spook-ception, y’all. If you’ve been here before, don’t get too cocky, because they change their layout and scares every year to keep you on your toes.
Graystone Haunted Manor
Take a road trip to Longview for Graystone’s Manor on the hill. A mad scientist’s experiments with time travel allow you to experience frights from the Salem witch trials, the pyramids of Egypt and the London streets where Jack the Ripper runs wild.
Over in Bedford, you can find Moxley Manor, based on an actual haunted house in the area. Now open for its 9th season, Moxley tickets are actually 2-in-1 as you can also explore 3D Haunted House Big Top Terror on the grounds as well.