Haunted houses are terrifying. So terrifying that they keep us coming back for more, despite being utterly horrified the entire time. That fight-or-flight feeling gives us a bit of a high and rush of adrenaline that makes us feel like superheroes. Luckily for us at Olympus at Ross, we’re surrounded by some of Dallas’ best haunted houses to fulfill every adrenaline junkie's wildest dreams. Get ready to get spooked at these haunted houses in Dallas, Texas.
Reindeer Manor is a one-of-a-kind drive-thru haunted house experience in Red Oak, Texas. The format changed to drive-thru due to COVID-19, but it remains an experience not to be missed. You’ll pass through an area taken over by humanoids causing complete chaos with the civilians who live there – think violent behavior, and a thirst for flesh and blood. Take social distancing practices with you to this unique drive-thru haunted house experience.
Moxley Manor Haunted House
Moxley Manor brings Texans the best of scary times, with three haunted houses for the price of one! The Moxley story is a very real and spooky one, based on the true story of native Californian Charles Moxley and his family that once inhabited the space. The props are beyond believable and the actors take their job “scary seriously.” The maze will leave you feeling a little disoriented … just as the haunted ghosts of Moxley Manor would like.
The setting for Texas ScareGrounds could not be any more creepy. Situated inside an actual haunted hospital and sanitorium, Nazareth Hospital, the scary scene has been voted one of the best haunted attractions in Texas for good reason. New this year, they have teamed up with Potter Paranormal to bring guests a unique and fun paranormal experience every Saturday. Explore every floor of the hospital, participate in a mini paranormal investigation, and learn the basics of ghost hunting during this exclusive event.
Spookiness is officially in the air. Visit one of these 2020 Dallas area haunted houses for a real fright this Halloween season. Looking for more fun things to do in and around Dallas? Check out the Olympus at Ross blog.