Local Haunted Houses in San Francisco CA
San Francisco haunted houses are some of the largest in the United States. Expect a great scary night out with your spouse, date, or friends. Enjoy being terrified at these haunted attractions. For the price of a Giants ticket you can be part of the action as you come face to face with terror. Most use animatronics, great props, Hollywood sets, and live actors with makeup beyond belief. You will be frightened. Find all the haunted houses, trails, corn mazes, hayrides, and Halloween fun attractions in the San Francisco area including the cities of San Leandro, Santa Clara, San Jose, Vallejo, and Pleasanton. Last Major Update:
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The San Francisco Bay Area was the home to Alcatraz, the federal penitentiary which claimed that no prisoner successfully escaped during its 29 years of operation. We’re not so sure, since three prisoners allegedly drowned but their bodies were never recovered. Perhaps their souls, and those of their fellow inmates, are seeking revenge at one of these haunted houses.
Blind Scream - Rohnert Partk, CA
Opens October 6th for scary fun. Blind Scream operates at the Sonoma Mountain Village. It runs starting at 7:00 pm and closes at 10:00 pm or 11:00 pm on Friday and Saturday. This years attractions include walk through outdoor mazes Blackout, and the all new attractions Uncle Chuckle’s 3D Mad House, plus the new haunted house Slaughter Shack. Check webpage for additional dates.
Dead Time Dreams - Santa Clara County, CA
Tickets are available for Dead Time Dreams. It features the twisted maze Meat Factory and the zombie apocalypse haunt The Church. There is also a midway of terror wait area with freaks, creatures and shows each night. Doors open at 7:00 pm. Doors close 11:00 pm weekdays and 12:00 am weekends. They have free parking.
Great America’s Halloween Haunt - Santa Clara, CA
Halloween Haunt opens September 22nd. The amusement park Great America operates a Halloween haunt on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The haunt runs from 7 pm to midnight. The regular park is open Saturday and Sunday in October from 10 am to 5:30 pm. There are several days and nights that are family friendly including Snoopy’s Trick or Treating. Check website advance ticket prices.
Haunted House of Moss Beach - Moss Beach, CA
House of Blackbeard - Lafayette, CA
Noted writer, director, and producer David Scott Harris brings the House of Blackbeard Haunted House to Lafayette, California. Now in its 10 th year Blackbeard is a modern high startle attraction. Doors are open from 7 pm to 10 pm. Location is now at 980 Janet Ln, Lafayette, CA 94549.
Knott’s Scary Farm - Buena Park, CA
The Scary Farm begins September 21st. Now part of Cedar Fair this Halloween event continues its forty year history of quality family entertainment. The Scary Farm in the month of October generates so much activity it is responsible for nearly half the annual revenue for the whole park. The theme is Nowhere to Hide and once you are inside the park the mazes, shows, rides, actors, and haunts really bring the scares to you. It features 11 mazes and two Halloween shows and thirteen thrill rides. It is one of the largest Halloween events in the country. Generally open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday in October.
Pirates of Emerson - Pleasanton, CA
The season begins September 30th. Located at the Pleasanton Fairgrounds, Pirates of Emerson is a full entertainment complex. It has run for 26 years and now features 6 haunt attractions plus the Dark Gauntlet for the one low price. Included is live music, dancing, and entry into Pirates of Emerson, Laboragory, Holiday Horror, The Hackshack, and Dark Gauntlet. The times are 7:05 pm to 11 pm most nights.
Winchester Mystery House Fright Nights - San Jose, CA
The Halloween Candlelight Tour begins on September 29th.
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