The Ultimate Halloween in Texas!
Texans celebrate Halloween like they celebrate everything else: as large as possible. This October, have yourself a perfect Halloween by visiting the following ten spots on our list. They’re sure to scare the pants off of you.
This Halloween, get your sweet fix at 3 Star Candy Shop in Round Rock, Texas. They’ve got an intense amount of bulk candy, coffee, sodas, and ice cream. Treat yourself.
The Oak Lawn Halloween Block Party is legendary in Texas, and is one of the best ways to get into the scary spirit. The event is free, and features live music, special performances, drinks, and costume contests.
See why USA Today has called the Dark Hour Haunted House “One of the nation’s scariest haunted houses.” Dark House has “sets worthy of a Broadway production, professional actors, as well as strategic use of technology” to create a truly stunning experience.
Walking through Dark Hour Haunted House is like being on a high-budget horror movie set, with terrifying props, world class actors and enough fake blood to make Stanley Kubrick squeamish. The Plano haunt starts its Halloween season this Friday and runs through Halloween. #planogoodstuff . . . #planomagazine #darkhourhauntedhouse #darkhour #halloween2017 #planotx #loveplano #dfwhauntedhouse #dallashauntedhouse #planotodo #eastplano #planoblogger #hauntedhouse
Come with your own zombie costume or get zombified at Downtown Uncorked and the Village Café. Either way, you’re sure to enjoy this extensive pub crawl, with 12 participating pubs. Each pub has unique specials available to participants.
The Alamo Drafthouse adds high-class luxury to your film viewing experience. Recline in a leather chair, order a delicious alcoholic beverage, and kick back to enjoy Halloween classics from all eras on the silver screen.
Danny’s Trix and Kix in Spring, Texas, is a year-round costume superstore, offering incredible quality costumes and cosmetics. They sell adult costumes, baby costumes, kids costumes, wigs, accessories, and more.
The Baker Hotel in Mineral Wells, Texas, is the largest structure in the town. Once a booming hotel and spa, today it is a favorite haunt of local paranormal enthusiasts and ghost hunters, who insist that it still has ghostly visitors from the 1930s. Visit their website to learn more about upcoming restoration plans.
Sisters Grimm Ghost Tours in San Antonio, Texas, has been featured in USA Today, Conde Nest Traveler, Southern Living and The Huffington Post for its sheer excellence. The company offers a ghost bus tour, a haunted history walk, and a dinner tour of the haunted Menger hotel.
Brookshire, Texas’s Dewberry Farm really gets into the Halloween spirit! They offer a corn maze, pumpkin patch, live entertainment, a firework show, and delicious food, among other attractions. If you’re in the market for a great and scary farm experience, Dewberry might be perfect.
Every year, the Houston Zoo hosts a series of events, collectively known as “Zoo Boo.” Events include Halloween movie nights, the fiesta mart pumpkin patch, candy corners, and more. For your little ghoul, Zoo Boo is sure to delight.