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Top 5 Haunted Houses in the Austin Area

by Pure RealtyOctober 09, 2019

The Austin area is known for having some amazing haunted houses and ’tis the season! Below you will find a list of some of the spookiest attractions around. Scroll down to get information on themes and ticket prices!

  1. House of Torment

This is Austin’s scariest haunted house and was hailed as “one of the scariest in America” by the Travel Channel! This year the House of Torment features clowns, zombies and more. Get your tickets in advance and sign up for a Fast Pass to avoid the lines! Tickets start at $19.99.

  1. Scare for a Cure

This haunted house is an interactive adventure that also donates its profits to local cancer charities! This year their theme is The Trial of Blood and Stone! This takes place at J. Lorraine Ghost Town which is right outside of Austin in Manor, TX. Tickets are anywhere from $20 – $40 depending on the night you go.

  1. Scream Hollow

Located in Bastrop County, this haunted house sites on 20 acres of secluded forest. Scream Hollow has 4 terrifying exhibits including Mansions of Terror: Phantoms, Lost Pines Asylum, Wicked Darkness: The Maze, and The Slaughterhouse 2: Lunatik’s Revenge. This haunted house was rated #1 Haunted House in the Nation by Lionsgate and we can totally believe it after looking at their website! Grab a bite at the Cackling Witch Café located on the property or some drinks at the Rabid Bat Vampire Bar! No doubt you can spend an entire evening hanging out at this Haunted House! Tickets start at $20!

  1. Austin Ghost Tours

This interactive experience takes its participants up and down 6th street in downtown Austin in their Austin Ghost Tours trolley car. This is a fun way to hear about history and what ghost stories Austin has to its name! You will visit the Capitol, the Warehouse District and the Driskill Hotel! Prices vary.

  1. Pioneer Farms

Pioneer Farms is a history park and museum but during October it turns into a terrifying Haunted Halloween experience! This year the theme is Dark Harvest and will feature creepy scarecrows and gobblins. This haunted house is only open on 6 nights, October 18th, 19th, 25th, 26th, 27th, and Halloween night! They also have a pumpkin carving contest, live music and scary story time! Food trucks will be available and advance tickets are $15 for adults and #10 for children.

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