NOTE: Information and descriptions for each house is pulled straight from their respective websites.
Fright House Station - Tacoma
Frighthouse Station 2017 presents two updated and exciting haunted attractions. Begin your journey at THE REDEMPTION, Haunted Hollow's spooky walk through the afterlife. If you survive, dare the nearly 15,000 square feet of SHADOWS, through multiple themes designed to test your courage and sanity!
There is a large parking garage across the street on East 25th Street, with limited spaces in front of the venue. Provide plenty of time due to continuing construction in the area, and temporary one-way detours.
Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in October, and Monday the 30th and Tuesday on Halloween.
7:00-11:30 pm on Fridays / Saturdays, 7:00-10:00 pm on Sundays and Monday/Tuesday.
2501 East G Street, Tacoma, WA 98421
COMBO PASS (Both Haunts):
$23 (online) / $25 (on-site)
SINGLE HAUNT (Your choice):
$15 (online) / $17 (on-site)
Group Discounts and Military Discounts available! Be sure to have your Military I.D. to show.
Hell’s Gateway - Tacoma
All Hell’s Gateway events are part of a private membership club, see rules and pricing page.
Real Fear™ is exactly what the name means! This is our most intense, 100% interactive scare event. Duration from start to finish is 1 to 1.5 hours and we do have a SAFE WORD for those who can't handle it. This of this as ninja warrior mixed with fear factor and a touch of doctor Phil.
Escape the Haunted House
This event is a traditional Haunt with a mix of escape room. Membership and signing hold harmless agreement is necessary for this event.
Angel and Devil rings ($5) will be sold for toned down or more intense version!
Membership and ticket purchased night of event $30
Express Pass, Skip the line $50
REAL FEAR™: BY RESERVATION ONLY!
$45 Version 1, $40 Version 2, $35 Version 3 and $30 Version
Timed ticket sales, only 16 PER HOUR during Real Fear™ nights as this is 1 to 1.5 hours long. Tickets can be purchased by calling 206-743-5620. Be to site 30 minutes before your time spot.
WARNING: This is an hour and a half experience that is not for the light-hearted. Wear only clothes that you are okay with throwing away. DO NOT WEAR YOUR 'SUNDAY BEST'. We suggest bringing a change of clothes and a large beach towel or similar.
Fright Factory - Buckley
Fright Factory, located in Buckley, Washington, holds onto its place at the top of the podium for the second year in a row. The owners of this haunted house make no claims of being “family friendly…” In fact, due to the intensity of the attraction, they suggest you leave young children at home, and come prepared to be totally freaked out! This haunt might break your spirit, but it won’t break the bank; cost of admission is only $12 ($11 if you bring a can of food).
2000 Collins Rd, Buckley, WA 98321.
FrightFind - Tenino/Bucoda
Not many haunted attractions can boast that they are in a “real haunted house,” but the Scary-Nights which is in the old 1939 Bucoda School Gym has been investigated for paranormal activity after reports of orbs, shapes on cameras, and strange voices heard whispering in the dark.
Scary-Nights Haunted House Hours
Every Friday and Saturday in October From 7 PM to 11 PM
Also Open – Sun Oct 29, Mon Oct 30, and Tues Oct 31 for Halloween!
403 N Nenant St, Bucoda, Washington
Tickets - $12 at the door
My Morbid Mind - Lacey
My Morbid Mind Haunted House began as a Halloween display on the front porch of a house in suburban Lacey. Trick or Treaters would creep through a small gauntlet of horrors to reach the front door and receive their rewards. This was only the beginning for "Master of the Macabre" Kevin Noah. He is the owner, chief designer, builder, director, and supervisor for what has become the "best haunt in the state"! Together with his wife and two sons, they moved from the front porch to converting their entire backyard into a haunt. When that proved to be inadequate for their ever-growing following, they set out looking for a larger venue.
The Noahs didn't have to look far. Just down the road, an old, huge barn looked like the perfect place to set-up shop. Fortunately for Kevin, the owners Tom & Mona, were intrigued by the prospect of setting up the event on their property. They agreed to share their building with all of you, and have worked hard as staff members of the haunt every year.
4548 Marvin Rd SE Lacey, WA 98513
Tickets - $10
Brad’s Boo Barn
This year we are using new scares that are sure to make you jump. With over 50 actors and 20 areas including the dark schoolhouse, zombie halls, and back by popular demand the new clown maze. Also NEW 3D clown building with 3D glasses. We are here to help you get a fun scare out of Halloween. If you can’t come out and see our haunted house barn then let us show you how to make one.
We have ideas and "how to builds" of all your favorite props. Brad, Serena, Elijah, Sarah, Nik, Camron and Eliana work together to bring you the best in haunted scares. We will show you how to make props and illusions for all skill levels and price ranges. With our site, you will learn to make pro haunts for the price of a home haunt. See videos and pictures along with links to help you get on your way to making a haunt of your own. From lighting, props, air, music, electrical, safety and planning we want to help you have a fun haunt.
2 blocks west of Bethel High School on 224th ST. E. Spanaway wa 98387.
Tickets - $10-$12