Austin Haunted Houses

Looking for the best Austin haunted houses to get your terror on this Halloween weekend? We all know Halloween ins’t Halloween without a scare, so this year we put together a list of some of our favorite Halloween haunted houses. There are a handful of good ones in Austin to choose from. If you’re interested in a mild church-run haunted house or the year-long planned haunted house extravaganza, Austin haunted houses are for every thrill seeker and Halloween lover. Check out our list of the best Austin haunted houses and get your terror on!

*Note, these haunted houses may not be appropriate for children.

House of Torment in Central Austin

The most known Austin haunted house is the House of Torment at The Highland mall. ABC ranked it as one of the scariest haunted houses in the US.

Website: thehouseoftorment.com
Address: 523 Highland Mall Boulevard, Austin, TX 78752
Contact: (512) 407-9449
Hours of operation: open to the public now through Oct. 31 from 7 PM to midnight.

Scare for a Cure in West Austin

Celebrate Halloween and support a good cause by attending Scare for a Cure’s Austin haunted house in West Austin.

Website: scareforacure.org
Address: 7400 Coldwater Canyon Dr., Austin, TX 78730
Contact: generalinfo@scareforacure.org
Hours of operation: open October 13 through Halloween from 7:30 PM to midnight.

Night Terrors Haunted House in North Austin

Live in North Austin and need a bedtime scare? Check out Night Terrors Haunted House off Research Blvd.

Website: txnightterrors.com
Address: 9185 Research Blvd., Austin, TX 78758
Contact: anjincomputing@yahoo.com
Hours of operation: open September 30 through November 1, Thursday – Sunday from 7:00 PM to midnight.

Austin haunted houses not for you?

Got enough haunted house fun to do you in for the year? There’s plenty of other ways you can celebrate Halloween in Austin. The Austin parade starts at Auditorium Shores at 9 PM on Halloween and ends up Downtown – definitely a ghoulish site to see! Or catch a scary movie at the Alamo or attend the Whole Foods pumpkin parties. There are plenty of Austin Halloween and family activities to keep you entertained if you do not want to be scared. If you know of other popular or interesting ways to celebrate Halloween, drop it in a comment below.

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