10 Haunted Houses in Dallas-Fort Worth

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Come Halloween, every year the Dallas Fort Worth area gets a little bit spookier with some of the scariest haunted houses around—many which are not appropriate for small children. If you'll be around in October, here are some of the best haunted houses near Dallas and Fort Worth to get your scares in for the season.

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Cutting Edge Haunted House

1701 E Lancaster Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76102, USA
+1 817-348-8444

Cutting Edge Haunted House is the world's largest walk-through haunted house according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Contained inside a 235,000 square-foot warehouse built in the 1920's, this haunted house features scary props, spooky ghosts, frightening decorations, strobe lights, fog machines, and monsters that will haunt your dreams. Before you enter, you will even have to sign a waiver.

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Dark Hour Haunted House

701 Taylor Dr, Plano, TX 75074, USA
+1 469-298-0556

Intricate sets, professional actors, and new shows set the Dark Hour Haunted House apart from the rest. For a real fright and high production value, this haunted house will deliver a full experience. You can check out their website to reserve your tickets and see what's on for the season.

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Fright Fest at Six Flags Over Texas

2201 E Road to Six Flags St, Arlington, TX 76010, USA
+1 817-640-8900

During Fright Fest, Six Flags Over Texas transforms to a “scream park” for the largest Halloween festival in North Texas that runs every weekend throughout the month of October. During the day, families with young children will love the Halloween-themed shows and treats. At night, older visitors can enjoy a fright from the ghouls, goblins, and zombies who haunt the park. In addition to the costumed actors, there are multiple haunted houses throughout the park where you can get good and scared.

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Hangman's House of Horrors

4400 Blue Mound Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76106-1927, USA
+1 817-336-4264

With over three decades of scaring experience, Hangman's House of Horrors is a local favorite. Based on the century-old legend of Hezekiah Jones, a Hangman who is said to still lurk the city, this is Fort Worth's original haunted house complete with actors, sets, and special effects.

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Moxley Manor

510 Harwood Rd, Bedford, TX 76021, USA
+1 682-231-1313

On the Moxley Manor website, the warnings alone should get you excited:

"You may experience intense audio, lighting, extreme low visibility, strobe-lights, fog, damp or wet conditions, moving floors, special effects, sudden actions, and an overall physically demanding environment."

Based on the true story of the Moxley family murders, this attraction offers two haunted houses in one location, although neither is located in the famously abandoned family home.

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Reindeer Manor

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410 Houston School Rd, Red Oak, TX 75154-2418, USA
+1 214-399-6425

The Reindeer Manor is a great location to go for four haunted houses in one. Each with different themes—Reindeer Manor, 13th Street Morgue, Dungeon of Doom, and Shadow House, these haunted houses really pack in the screams with murderous families, killer clowns, and even arcade-game inspired horror. You'll also find rooftop shows, pyrotechnics events, and axe throwing.

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Photo courtesy of Screams
2511 FM 66, Waxahachie, TX 75167-5527, USA
+1 972-938-3247

Screams is a park that offers five major haunted attractions, which are all included in general admission. You'll be free to go through as many times as you like and other attractions, like karaoke, throwing games, tarot card readings, and more are available for an additional fee. Don't miss the full-service restaurant and pubs, which will, of course, be all dressed up for Halloween.

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The Parker House Haunted Attraction

8550 W University Dr, Denton, TX 76207, USA
+1 469-556-3475

With a mortuary, cemetery, and sanitarium, the Parker House is an attraction sure to creep you out. Not only will you learn the history of the property, you will meet many of its residents like the murderous Mary Parker and the mad Reverend Samuel Poe. Truly immersive, this is a unique haunted house with a complete story that makes for a fun experience.

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Thrillvania Haunted House Park

2330 Co Rd 138, Terrell, TX 75161, USA
+1 972-524-2868

On fifty acres of haunted fun with four main attractions, Thrillvania at Verdun Manor tells the story of Baron Michael Verdun, a psychotic werewolf who built a grotesque house on the Voodoo Bayou. Here, you can enjoy the story of the baron and his vampire wife, plus the unique Maze of Chaos, a disorienting experience through a web of light, sound, and metal. Other attractions include Cassandra's House of Clowns and Sam Hain's Trail of Torment.

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Texas Scaregrounds

Photo courtesy of Texas Scaregrounds
800 W Kennedale Pkwy, Kennedale, TX 76060, USA

Taking places at the historic Nazareth Hospital, Texas Scaregrounds is an immersive haunted house located in the town of Mineral Wells, Texas. In addition to being a traditional haunted house with a cast of frightening characters, ghost walks are also available for anyone with an interest in the paranormal.

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