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Scariest Haunted Houses in Houston, TX

If you enjoy being spooked, there are quite a few haunted houses in Houston Texas that are sure to rattle your bones. This Halloween, try visiting one or more of these haunted houses to truly get into the ghostly spirit. You can choose from large haunts with dark corners or experience an outdoor haunted walk.

It is typically advised that people with heart conditions or asthma, as well as women that are pregnant not go to some of these haunted houses due to their intense atmospheres. Plus, if you have children younger than 12 that want to go on their own, find out if they need an adult with them.

Nightmare on the Bayou

Located next to Houston’s oldest graveyard, this haunted house in Houston TX has been featured on the Travel Channel that is sure to bring high intensity scares. Many employees have reported their own hauntings which makes the experience that much more real.

Nightmare on the Bayou has Hollywood quality props and well-trained actors who want to scare you to death. With a mix of professional animatronics and new scenes each year, people come back each year to see how long they can go without getting scared.
(1515 Studemont St, Houston, TX 77007)

Terror Dome

Voted Houston’s Best Haunted House in 2010, the Houston Terror Dome wants to keep up their reputation and make the scares even better in years to come. With twist and turns that guide you to something new around each dark corner, both kids and adults can enjoy the ghoulish scenes. It is recommended that only children over 12 experience the Houston Terror Dome. SCHEDULE
(16020 East Frwy, Houston, TX 77530)


Phobia is a haunted house located on the outskirts of Houston and is considered to be a mega-scream park. With eight unique attractions, you are able to choose how many you see during your visit. You will see everything you want in a haunted house, such as chainsaws, psychotic clowns, zombies, and spooky woods. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
(18777 Hwy 290, Houston, TX 77065)


Screamworld has been voted the number one haunted house in Houston by the Houston Chronicle and Houston Press for the past six years. You will also find it within the Top 13 Haunts in America by MSNBC and One of the Top 20 Haunts in America by the Haunted Attraction Magazine.

This Houston haunted house features a zombie graveyard with a vortex tunnel and Jake’s Slaughterhouse that is guaranteed to make you think twice the next time you order a hamburger. Get lost in the Maze of Maniacs where prowling ghouls will hunt you down. (22225 North Sam Houston Pkwy W Houston, TX 77038)

Houston Haunted Trails

With two locations that are less than five miles apart, you can decide if you are brave enough to venture through one or both. Visit Houston haunted house “Houston Haunted Trails” for a thrilling outdoor adventure and walk through mortifying scenes with spooky creatures you normally will not want to come face to face with.
Location 1: 11500 Antoine Dr., Houston, TX 77066
Location 2: 1734 N. Sam Houston Parkway W., Houston, TX 77038


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