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Haunted houses that are open in San Antonio area
From hokey to horror - these haunts are open for the 2021 spooky season.
Mary Claire Patton , Digital Journalist
SAN ANTONIO – Ever wonder why haunted houses are so tall? It’s because they have hundreds of horror stories.
Ok, that was bad, but the good news is there are plenty of haunted houses around San Antonio to celebrate the return of the spooky season.
So what’s open?
- 13th Floor in San Antonio
- Haunted Oaks in San Antonio
- Fright Fest at Six Flags San Antonio
- Howl-O-Scream at SeaWorld San Antonio
- Magnolia Hotel in Seguin
- Ripley’s Haunted Adventure in San Antonio
- Scream Hollow in Smithville
There’s a similar activity if you’re in for a drive and want to get more hands-on - Zombie Safari hunt in Dallas puts you in a response vehicle armed with a paintball gun.
And if you’re reading this article wishing you could visit a place haunted with real ghosts - that’s where the Magnolia Hotel in Seguin comes in. (You can rent this place out on Airbnb by the way.)
The 169-year-old historic Magnolia Hotel is thought to be haunted. Owners Jim and Erin Ghedi have been working to restore the hotel to its former glory for several years and it has been featured on national cable and local TV shows like “The Daytripper,” “Texas Expedition,” “Ghost Adventures,” “Nick Groff Tour,” “Ghost Brothers,” “Paranormal Caught on Camera,” “PBS Strange Town” and others.
- Video at historic, haunted Magnolia Hotel in Seguin shows lots of activity in children’s room
- 10-acre corn maze to open this weekend in San Antonio
- Shoot zombies with paintballs from response vehicles at Texas Zombie Safari
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21 Horrific Attractions Including Haunted Houses, Terrifying Scare Zones, and New Shows All Featured for Fright Fest 2021 at Six Flags Fiesta Texas
The must-do halloween event of the year returns september 10.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — September 7, 2021 — Six Flags Fiesta Texas , The Thrill Capital of South Texas, announces another expansion of the most terrifying Fright Fest ® ever, beginning September 10. This year’s larger and more elaborate Fright Fest brings 35 nights of thrills and scares with two brand NEW extreme scare zones, five NEW live shows, one NEW haunted house and the return of a guest favorite, Poltergeist.
“Fear descends upon Six Flags Fiesta Texas as we transform the park into our most horrific Fright Fest ever,” said Park President Jeffrey Siebert. “Our Halloween event is one of the top-rated theme park events in the country. Fright Fest includes 10 new shows and attractions including the return of a transformed Poltergeist coaster and the Six Flags Bier Festival,” added Siebert.
Those who dare to enter will experience five terrifying haunted houses including:
- NEW – The Houngan House of Voodoo haunted house lures inquisitive guests through room-after-room of a voodoo priest’s cursed French Quarter shop;
- Carnevil 3D takes fear to a new dimension with a frightening maze filled with crazed clowns;
- Rockkill High School hides the walking dead roaming the halls in search of new victims;
- Buried Alive lures guests into the bowls of an abandoned mine to navigate the long-forgotten tunnels and passageways of Crackaxle Canyon Screampunk District; and
- Slaughterhouse 6 is a barn-full of screams and terror. People either survive or become dead meat..
Six scare zones, along with two new extreme scare zones, leave guests with nowhere to hide. They include:
- NEW – Fear Acres has something sinister lurking beyond the seemingly abandoned houses and shacks. This is an extreme scare zone designed to take the fear factor to the next level;
- NEW – Hell Valley Cemetery is a second new extreme scare zone, but don’t worry. At Hell Valley Cemetery, there’s always room for one more if an unlucky someone gets lost among the forgotten tombstones and graves;
- Soul Harvest welcomes guests to a deserted, dilapidated farm where the only goal is to survive;
- Wicked Hollow contains centuries of old evil stalking every corner of Spassburg;
- Infestation brings Sci-fi to life. A meteor crashed, pods appear and began to hatch, and that’s when everything changed;
- Steam Punkins showcases carved “steampunkin” décor and steampunk monsters roaming after dark.
New and returning shows offer a selection of seven different performances with something for everyone including:
- NEW – The Slay Belles , a quartet of deadly beauties, and their live band will lure you to Teatro Fiesta with their enticing performances of current and classic Rock and R&B hits;
- NEW – The Awakening transforms the park from “thrills by day” to “frights by night” in a chilling display of monsters, zombies, villains and ghouls;
- NEW – Wicked Mixx Vol. 2 features a live band and singers performing classic rock medleys and contemporary mash-ups sure to wake the dead;
- NEW – Dr. Diabolical’s Monster Mash Bash continues the story of Dr. Diabolical and her steampunk army as they perform with a live rock band in the park’s largest Fright Fest production;
- NEW – Mariachi Los Soberanos performs a special Day of the Dead-themed show to celebrate the unique and upbeat tradition of this festive musical genre;
- Terror at Teatro entertains guests at Teatro Fiesta as a talented troupe performs seasonal favorites including Time Warp and Thriller ; and
- Frightful Finale caps off the night with a Halloween themed extravaganza including aerial fireworks, flame effects, dancing fountains, an impressive soundtrack and dramatic video effects.
Additional highlights of this year’s new Fright Fest lineup include:
- Poltergeist has been repossessed. After more than 20 years of spirits passing through this dilapidated manor, a presence with more rage and sinister energy has taken hold of this thrilling coaster with the addition of a chilling walk-through entrance experience;
- Six Flags Bier Festival offers guests a break from the terror to enjoy over 100 craft beers and a wide variety of sweet treats and tasty eats.
Fright Fest, presented by SNICKERS®, is open on weekends and select days September 10 – October 31, 2021. All scare zones and shows are included with park admission. Haunted houses require an additional fee. Diamond Elite and Diamond Elite VIP Memberships include access to haunted houses for free.
For the little monsters, the Looney Tunes Twick-or-Tweat Trail provides goodies for guests age 12 and younger on Saturdays and Sundays from Noon – 5:00 pm.
For more information on Six Flags Fiesta Texas and Fright Fest, visit our website at www.sixflags.com/fiestatexas .
About Six Flags Fiesta Texas
Six Flags Fiesta Texas, The Thrill Capital of South Texas, is home to more than 60 rides, shows and attractions. Opened in 1992, the park was built on the site of an old limestone quarry, which provides a spectacular backdrop for such exciting roller coasters as The Iron Rattler, Batman: The Ride and Superman Krypton Coaster. In addition, Fiesta Texas boasts an impressive line-up of seasonal events and live entertainment, including Mardi Gras Festival, Fright Fest, and Holiday in the Park.
About Six Flags Entertainment Corporation
Six Flags Entertainment Corporation is the world’s largest regional theme park company and the largest operator of waterparks in North America, with 27 parks across the United States, Mexico, and Canada. For 60 years, Six Flags has entertained millions of families with world-class coasters, themed rides, thrilling waterparks and unique attractions. Six Flags is committed to creating an inclusive environment that fully embraces the diversity of our team members and guests. For more information, visit www.sixflags.com .
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SAN ANTONIO — Get ready to face your fears and navigate through one of the spookiest places in San Antonio!
The 13th Floor Haunted House San Antonio has opened their doors for the Halloween season.
Check out this year's terrifying themes which include "The Deadlands," set in a post-apocalyptic world, and "The Rot Shop," a horrifying labyrinth filled with chainsaw-wielding Chainiacs.
The house is open from 7:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. on select nights through November 11.
Tickets start at $19.99 with premium ticket options also available. Want to heighten your terror? Get a Fast Pass and Skip the Line.
If you're 21 and older, the 13th Floor Haunted House has added something new. Check out the "Copper Tavern," which was added this year. Brave souls who buy the add-on will be pulled into a secret bar to enjoy a dose of liquid courage to assist them in navigating through the rest of the maze.
Are you brave enough to check it out?
For more information visit www.13hfloorsanantonio.com.
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The Creepiest Haunted Houses in San Antonio
Published on 10/10/2019 at 1:04 AM
When the calendar switches over to the month of October, things start getting a little weird around San Antonio. The city's long and storied history as one of the oldest in the nation lends itself to a generally spooky atmosphere even on the sunniest of summer days -- The Alamo City's already home to some of the most haunted places in all of Texas -- but once the weather starts cooling down and the days start getting shorter, "haunted" experiences and attractions start popping up all over town. Yes, you can stop into The Alamo and give yourself the willies by thinking about the ghosts who might still be hanging around, but if it's a traditional, theatrical scare you're after, there are more than a handful of inventive and shocking haunted houses offering just that. Here are some of the best ones in town:
13th Floor Haunted House
1203 E. Commerce St. Price: GA tickets are $29.99 Dates: Wednesday-Sundays and every day during the week of Halloween through November 2, 7pm-10pm The 13th Floor might just be the hands-down best and scariest of all the haunted houses in San Antonio. Based on the urban legend of the thirteenth floor in buildings, visitors take an elevator ride through this creepy attraction, during which you’ll be greeted by The Clown and La Llorona in what promises to be a thrill-a-minute experience. Visitors can purchase a Fast Pass or a Skip The Line Pass for an additional $10 and/or $20.
Psycho Asylum & Slaughterhouse
1201 E. Houston St. Price: GA tickets are $30 Dates: October 1-31, 7pm-Midnight Built in a converted warehouse near Downtown San Antonio, Psycho Asylum & Slaughterhouse builds its creepy experience upon the city's already historic spookiness. The story goes that the building used to be home to both an asylum and a slaughterhouse over the years, and the former residents of these facilities are still lingering -- and are of course on hand to scare the living daylights out of you.
Ripley’s Haunted Adventure
329 Alamo Plaza Price: GA tickets are $21.99 Dates: Open year round, 10am-8pm A disembodied torso greets visitors at Ripley’s Haunted Adventure, located on San Antonio’s historic Alamo Plaza. The experience combines live actors with special effects, and as part of the Ripley’s family of attractions, visitors to the Haunted Adventure have the option of buying combo tickets that also get them admission to the Guinness World Records attraction, and the adjacent Tomb Rider 3-D experience.
Six Flags Fiesta Texas Fright Fest
17000 W. IH-10 Price: GA tickets are $50.99 Dates: October through November 2, 5pm-11pm Zombies, ghouls, and monsters have taken over Six Flags Fiesta Texas once again as the annual Fright Fest kicks off in time for the Halloween season. No less than three haunted houses and three scare zones can be experienced at Fiesta Texas, as well as Fright Fest-themed live shows. While live performers will be wandering through the park and the scare zones are open to all, the haunted houses themselves do have an extra fee.
SeaWorld San Antonio’s Howl-O-Scream
10500 Sea World Drive Price: GA tickets are $59.99 Dates: Through October 27, 10am-10pm SeaWorld San Antonio’s annual Howl-O-Scream event returns this October with four separate haunted house experiences to choose from, including Milton Creek Manor: a formerly luxurious hotel that shut down due to some mysterious murders. All four haunted houses are free with admission to the park, and there's a special discount on ticket prices if they're purchased online ahead of your visit.
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Haunted Adventure in San Antonio, Texas
Posted January 20, 2017 / Last Updated February 24, 2022 Tags: Attractions
Don’t get all excited, this isn’t a ghost tour! We didn’t go on a ghost hunting adventure. I have no pictures of apparitions to show you!
This is a year-round haunted house located across the street from the Alamo.
We love haunted houses and even have our own special effects Halloween night at our house , so anytime we go to a haunted house we always check out the special effects.
Honestly, I expected this to be pretty cheesy and short. IT’S NOT!
You begin by getting into a cage elevator that takes you to the next floor where the tour begins.
Once you get to the top, you are greeted by a host who tells you the story of this haunted mansion. From there on out, it is a self-guided tour.
For those that know me, know that I don’t get scared easily (unless it’s a snake). My teenagers and my husband, though, it’s a different story! Well, my husband becomes scared if there are clowns involved, which there were!
Our Thoughts & Tips
Definitely worth it, any time of the year. We also liked it due to the fact that we could go back through it as many times as we wanted that day. We did the 6-way combo which lets you get into ALL the attractions (Guinness World Records, Wax Museum , Believe It or Not , Tomb Rider , 4D Movie, and this). With that ticket, you have 2 days to use it.
If you are not able to be in confined or tight spaces (claustrophobic), I would skip this attraction as there is a spot where you walk through that has NO room (sorry, that is the best way I can describe it, without giving away too much).
Also, don’t forget to stop at the end to look at the pictures that are snapped of your group =)
Getting There & Info
It is located directly across from the Alamo
Address: 329 Alamo Plaza San Antonio, Texas 78205
Distance from Fort Hood: 146 Miles ** 2.5 Hours
September – May Sunday – Thursday: 10am – 8pm Friday – Saturday: 10am – 11pm
Memorial Day – Labor Day Sunday – Thursday: 10am – 11pm Friday – Saturday: 10am – 12am
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January 24, 2017 at 6:39 am
Cool! I don’t usually do scary — but the Alamo. On the bucket list for sure.
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January 24, 2017 at 7:11 am
Okay this is great or should say cool. But there is not way I can do this, I get scared too easily, plus i might have nightmare at the end of the day.
January 24, 2017 at 8:09 am
I have actually been to this placement before and had such a fun time with friends!!! It was definitely scarier then we imagined going in!!!
January 26, 2017 at 9:26 pm
We were really surprised! We really expected it to be cheesy, but it was a great little haunted house!
January 24, 2017 at 8:10 am
January 24, 2017 at 4:39 pm
I would love to go on something like this. Its looks so fun.
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Ripley's Haunted Adventure
The dark hallway shrouded in shadow bears a deafening silence interrupted by the rustling of an unknown terror. With sweaty palms and a pounding pulse, you walk down the dim path, eyes glancing to and fro as you watch for a threat from the shadows. It doesn’t matter how prepared you are, you’ll never be ready for what lurks around the corner. Welcome to Ripley’s Haunted Adventure, a spectacular spooky sanctum of garish ghouls and things that go bump in the night.
Known as one of the top haunted houses in San Antonio, Ripley’s Haunted Adventure features live actors and jaw-dropping special effects that provide fun and screams at every turn. This creepy adventure is open year-round right in the heart of the Alamo Plaza, making it a can’t-miss attraction while you’re in downtown San Antonio.
Your scary sojourn starts with an ascent on an old rusted coffin cage that groans as it climbs a metal track. Step inside the dour door to start your journey into the realm of the undead, where the haunted folk tales of San Antonio and South Texas come to life. Stalk down darkened hallways and through a macabre morgue, an eerie butcher’s shop, and other ominous rooms as monsters and zombies test your every nerve.
Hold on tight to the nearest (living) human and you may just make it through to the final test, a mind-bending hallway that will make you question what is up and down. At the end of your harrowing haunted adventure, you’ll get the chance to see pictures taken throughout the journey. Buy one of these photos as a souvenir (and something to laugh about later), then plan your next adventure through this house of dread.
For an adrenaline rush or to feel like you’ve stepped onto the set of a Hollywood horror movie, face your fears at Ripley’s Haunted Adventure. Buy individual tickets online or at the door, or buy them as part of a bundle that includes two other unique Alamo Plaza attractions: Guinness World Records Museum and Tomb Rider 3D. Together, these three attractions offer a diverse combination of experiences that can’t be beat.
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House of Torment - Austin, TX Now with more than 12 years of haunting the House of Torment has 3 haunted attractions for the price of one. It has long been recognized as one of America’s top haunted attractions. Featured haunted houses include Dawn of Evil, The Frenzy, and Graveside Manor. Most Friday and Saturday nights have music, DJ, live radio broadcast, and undead dancers. House of Torment is open more than 30 dates during September, October, and November. Call (512) 407 9449 for details. Generally it is open every night from late September. Most Friday and Saturdays open 7 pm until midnight. Most other dates open 7:30 until 11 pm. House of Torment has over 92000 Facebook likes.
Howl-O-Scream (now SeaWorld Spooktacular) runs from October 2nd through late October. They transformed the peaceful park you once knew into something sinister this Halloween. Nightfall has awakened hundreds of creatures roaming scare zones and lurking the halls of haunted houses. Replenish your thirst for terror at one of our signature Halloween bars. Find ultimate thrills, as you ride coasters at night. Close the night with live entertainment by some of your favorite creepy creatures and monsters. Thrills and chills await you this October at SeaWorld Spooktacular.
Ripley’s Haunted Adventure - San Antonio, TX Ripley’s is open every day all year. This is one of their premier attractions. Ticket to the haunted house are just $21.99. Ripley’s Haunted Adventure is our multi million dollar haunted house with live actors and special effects takes haunted houses to the next level. Scares lurk behind every corner of this creepy renovated mansion, just waiting to “welcome” you to their home. The undead have a way of making memories with “ house guests “, so be sure to hold on tight to the nearest human. Expect surprises along the way and see how far your fear will take you!
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