If you’re looking to get your scare on this Halloween, look no further than the best Haunted Houses in Dallas-Fort Worth.
These 7 attractions are sure to give you a good fright. So put on your bravest face and get ready for some spine-tingling fun!
While we have a ton of decorated neighborhoods where you can go Trick or Treat, we figured you may also want to pay a visit to one of these haunted houses in Dallas, Plano, and the DFW (Dallas Fort Worth) metroplex.
Word of warning: not all of these are good for younger children, so please ensure you check them out before leaving home or making your Halloween event plans.
Six Flags Fright Fest
Address: 2201 Road to Six Flags, Arlington, TX 76011
Be prepared to be spooked as you take in the rides at Six Flags but they go all out for Halloween, decor, characters and so much more.
When: Select Days: September 24 – October 31, 2022.
Junkyard Haunted House – Dallas
Address: 2309 Langford Street, Dallas, TX 76021
Cost: Donation via Venmo, Cashapp or Zelle. Free parking onsite.
Ages: 5 and up.
When: Fridays and Saturdays in October 2022
Allow 15-20 minutes for general admission, to enjoy this real haunted junkyard, filled with live actors, special effects (all recycled from other people’s trash haulers and recyclers) this is a very unique haunted house in the Oak Cliff area – a perfect dark attraction.
Screams Halloween Theme Park – Waxahachie
Address: 2511 FM 66, Waxahachie, TX
Call: (972) 938-3247
When: Fridays and Saturdays September 30 – October 29, 2022
Cost: Tickets and Fast passes are available online only, and specific to the dates chosen. Fast passes cut wait-time in half. They’re available in limited numbers.
Friday night tickets are $42 (all ages), Saturday nights are $52 (also all ages)
For the wider choice of Haunted Houses DFW, head to Waxahachie for this unique Haunted House theme park with not one, two or even three haunted houses.
There are 5 haunted houses and a ton of dark attractions, terrifying live actors and much more for the Halloween season.
Each haunted house has it’s own theme, including the all-new Bootlegger’s Bayou – along with the Cool Ghoul Boulevard (one of their newer main attractions) where you will find amazing special effects and great stage shows at the Screams main stage.
They offer great spooky food and drink options at the Food Court, Full Moon Cafe or 13th Hour bakery.
Dark Hour Haunted House – Plano
Address: 701 Taylor Dr., Plano, TX
Call: (469) 298-0556
Select Dates: Sept 17 – Oct 31, 2022
With live witches, incredible monsters and butchered corpses, this is renowned across North Texas and a huge favorite every year.
Dark Hour Haunted House offers a great haunted walk-through experience and is one of our closest, local haunted houses as well as being one of DFW’s scariest haunted houses.
J & F House of Terror
Address: Firewheel Mall, 205 Cedar Sage Drive, Garland, Texas 75040
When: Select dates: September 23 – October 31, 2022
Cost: Tickets are limited, non-refundable, and time specific – be prepared for a wait time too. Parking is free.
Ages: 14 or over.
This is a haunted house maze giving you a scary haunted walkthrough with live actors! It’s different every year.
Nightmare on Little Elm Street
Address: 2177 Kiowa St, Little Elm, TX 75068
Call: (678) 267-5632
When: Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 7-30 plus Monday October 31, 2022
Cost: $20. Buy online.
This is a custom-haunted house experience in Little Elm, Texas. Perfect for younger kids or those who don’t want too scary of a scare.
This dark attraction features 85 different props and cutting edge animatronics arranged into different scenes.
Haunted Shadows Lake Trail
Address: Blue Sky Sports Center, 7801 Main, The Colony, TX 75056
When: Select dates: September 30 – October 31, 2022
It’s sort of a Blair Witch Project-style haunted trail walk through the woods and weeds along the shore of Lake Lewisville in The Colony.
Your group will pick your way through the dark, winding, marked trail …and (CUE SCARY MUSIC) to uncover the various creatures that you’ll meet along the way…the Lady of the Lake, a werewolf or two, and the undead in the Lakeside Cemetery.
Be sure to go visit one of these great Haunted Houses around Dallas Fort Worth. They are sure to give you a good scare!
And don’t forget, if you want to make it a truly haunted experience, be sure to book a room at one of Dallas’ most haunted hotels. The Omni Dallas Hotel is said to be one of the most haunted places in Dallas – so be sure to check that out too!