Top Haunted Houses in and around Austin
Wondering where to get scared in and around the Austin area? This October, it’s not just about celebrating Oktoberfest, it is also a time to celebrate the fun and spooky Halloween—and that indicates hitting up the scariest haunted houses in Austin. Once October rolls around, it’s time for the spirits to come on out, and there is nothing like a good old haunt to get you in the spirit of things. So, come and take a trip to these haunted houses in and around Austin for a fun and spooky evening.
House of Torment
2632 Ridgepoint Dr.
Austin, TX 78754
House of Torment is the premier haunted attraction in Austin, Texas featuring elaborate Hollywood-quality sets, iconic characters portrayed by talented actors, towering animatronic monsters and terrifying scenarios. House of Torment has been featured on Buzzfeed, Travel Channel, Huff Post, Discovery Channel, and Hauntworld Magazine as one of the best-haunted attractions in the country, commands the Central Texas marketplace holding a highly respected reputation as being one of the most artistically innovative and over the top haunted houses in the nation..
Colossal sets and facades are complemented by ultra-detailed and realistic scenes in a 2 attraction multi-story event that is as visually stunning as it is scary. House of Torment also features an array of spectacular aerial stunts and massive mind-boggling illusions that fuels the top-notch excitement and entertainment droves of customers come to experience year after year.
In addition House of Torment utilizes a technologically innovative remote scare control room where all animatronics and effects are remotely activated by a team of professionals monitoring the entire event through infrared cameras. This feature alone brings an unparalleled dynamic to the House of Torment as adrenaline-filled scares are timed perfectly in sequence with the 100+ actors that are on staff every night. House of Torment is also known for its incredibly aggressive and innovative marketing campaigns that continually produce BIG results and set new standards in the industry. – houseoftorment.com
Terror on Two Jacks
7410 Two Jacks Trl.
Round Rock, TX 78681
While normally quiet most of the year, the Hairy Man becomes angry during the month of October in anticipation of all the trick or treaters who will once again trespass on his beloved Brushy Creek Trail. Over 12 years ago, the owners, sensitive to the malevolent haunting of the Hairy Man, began the process of transforming their home into both a shrine for the grave they disturbed and a resting place for other evil spirits to join with the Hairy Man in torturing the living. As word spread of the family’s strange behavior, and the events of Halloween that were stranger still, local residents simply began referring to the house as the Terror on Two Jacks. Many children and adults come to pay homage to the Hairy Man and most accept, and survive, the challenge of entering the labyrinth of evil spirits that springs forth in the garage each year. – web.facebook.com/pg/TerrorOnTwoJacks
Scare for a Cure
14219 Littig Road
Manor, TX 78653
SCARE for a CURE, utilizing a 100% volunteer staff, designs, scripts, constructs, and presents interactive multimedia haunted adventure in order to mentor youth and foster volunteerism and community service throughout the Central Texas area. Net profits from the haunted house are donated to local cancer-related charities and/or organizations. Our all-volunteer crew is passionate about Scaring and Caring. We do this to give back to the community. – scareforacure.org
149 Split Rail Lane
Smithville, TX 78957
(512) 710-VAMP (8267)
Our haunted attractions are recommended for ages 12 and up. Parents are welcome to bring younger children to the cafe and bakery to enjoy the Halloween area. You can quit searching for Halloween events near me. If you live in or near Austin or San Antonio, Texas then you HAVE to visit Scream Hollow. Unlike other attractions, where you might get a bit of a thrill, we know you WILL be terrified by Scream Hollow. We have 4, count ‘em: 4, separate and distinct attractions. Each is designed to be different yet just as intense as the others: Some say the Mansion of Terror is forever cursed. Some say the mysterious Adella still roams the halls. Some say the mansion itself is alive. You are going to wish you never came to Zombie City. After all, it may be too late to save humanity… but it’s never too late to save yourself. Many have entered the town…none have come out! – screamhollow.com
Pioneer Farms Haunted Halloween
10621 Pioneer Farms Drive
AUSTIN, TEXAS, 78754
This year’s event will feature a new Ghost Run haunted trail with spook lights and more, and lots of family fun activities on Scream Street in our entrance village, including a pumpkin-carving contest And Dias de los Muertos activities. Live music will be offered nightly in our historic dance hall. Storytellers will be on site all nights to give visitors a peek into their past or future, along with other spooky fun. Food concessions will be available each night, from food trucks. Historical ties with Halloween abound. Celebrating the cultures of Hallow’s Eve. – pioneerfarms.org/halloween
Boo At The Zoo
10808 Rawhide Trail,
Austin, TX 78736
Boo at the Zoo is a fun-filled evening for ghosts and goblins of any age. Come dressed in your Halloween finest (no adult masks, please) and enjoy our Zoo-wide event including the Zoo bedecked in Halloween spookiness, our nocturnal animals, an eerie train ride and unlimited passes through our mansion. Tickets to certain special items within Boo at the Zoo have limited seating. – austinzoo.org/boo-at-the-zoo
Austin Ghost Tours
303 Red River St.
Austin, TX 78701
The only Ghost Tour Company born and raised in Austin, Texas! All stories are original and thoroughly researched by our team. We are the longest-running tour company in the Capitol city and the only one that is not a franchise. Join us! Keeping the history alive for 25 years through our friends – the spirits – who have remained to tell their stories. We are published Authors and Executive Producers of Haunted Texas on PBS TV. – austinghosttours.com
We would like to hear from you about your favorite Haunted Houses this year. We will also be sending our highly qualified Scream Team out to visit several of the Haunted Attractions in the Austin Metro Area and reporting back to us on some of the really unique and terrifying experiences waiting for you at several of the haunts this year.