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Experience a Fright at a Haunted House in Pasadena

For a unique Halloween experience you have to try a haunted house near Pasadena. Being located near Houston, you will have several to choose from, giving you the option of choosing the attractions you are most interested in. With so many other Halloween events in Houston, you are sure to be able to fill your calendar with special events.

Finding Haunted Houses in Pasadena

The closer to Halloween it gets, the more likely you are to see or hear about a haunted house attraction. They will start advertising them on the radio or TV, or you may spot a billboard on the highway letting you know where the best one in the area is. Coupons can also be found at the check out line in stores to give you a hint for what haunted houses are in the area.

Look online to find haunted houses in Pasadena. This will be your best bet when it comes to finding out what days it is open for and how much admission costs. You may even find that they offer a coupon for you to print out from their website.

Word of mouth is another great way to learn about haunted houses. Ask neighbors and friends what haunted houses they have gone to. While attractions often change from year to year, you may be able to learn about who has the best decorations or actors.

Haunted Houses Near Pasadena

The Terrordome is a Houston Haunted House near I-10 and I-45. It opens October 4th and is open every Friday and Saturday then on. Doors open at 8 pm but you can get half-priced tickets starting at midnight only on the first weekend. In mid-October it starts to open up Thursday through Sunday night. A major advantage to going to this haunted house is that they spend a lot of their budget on making it look like the real thing with graphic designs with Hollywood quality props.

Another popular choice is Nightmare on the Bayou. It opens every Friday and Saturday night starting on September 27th from 7:30 to 11 pm. It is open more days during the week in mid-October and is open every night the week of Halloween. It is located right next to Houston’s oldest graveyard. Rather than go for a fake haunting, you may end up seeing some real ghosts in and around the multiple attractions and throughout the property. Regular ticket prices are $32. Firemen, policemen, and active military personnel get $10 off their ticket by showing the proper ID on Thursday nights.



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