Hello ACA! The plethora of pumpkin-flavored items on display at your local grocery store can only mean one thing: It’s fall y’all! And although it may not feel like fall quite yet, we’ve rounded up some great options to celebrate October and Halloween. Whether your plans involve getting spooked or getting crafty, we’ve included a diverse list of options for you to explore. Enjoy!
House of Torment (2632 Ridgepoint Dr, Austin, TX)
This north Austin haunted house is lauded by numerous news outlets as a premier destination for shrieks and thrills, and the Travel Channel considers it one of America’s scariest haunted houses. The facility features 40,000 square feet of terror and three different attractions. Ticket prices vary by day of the week and start at $19.99. Open 7 nights a week starting October 10. https://www.houseoftorment.com/
Haunted ATX (501 I-35, Austin, TX)
For a unique fright experience, you might try a limousine tour that features historic Austin landmarks that are reportedly haunted, including the Tavern, Driskill Hotel, Clay Pit, and Littlefield House. Over an approximately 3 hour tour, you’ll travel to each location in a hearse and briefly tour each landmark. Cost is $49 per rider with a two rider minimum during booking. Book online: http://hauntedatx.com/