Bay Area Haunted Houses

Bay Area Haunted HousesIf you want to have the dickens scared out of you in a socially-distanced kind of way, here are some Bay Area Haunts that will leave you shaking in your boots.

Virtual Ghost Walk through Haunted in Pleasanton
You don’t have to leave your house for this virtual haunted tour. Meet the ghosts of Pleasanton’s past in this uniquely spooky annual event held by Museum on Main. Two ghosts host will be live on Zoom to guide your virtual tour of downtown Pleasanton’s most haunted locations. A family-friendly event.

October 16-17, 23-34, & 31 at 7 PM
$15 per screen
Purchase tickets on their website.

Pirates of Emerson Haunted Theme Park Drive-Thru in Pleasanton
One of the most popular Bay Area Halloween attractions has gone drive-thru! And, rumor has it, it is just as scary. Check out the SF Gate article about it.

Thursdays-Sundays through November 1st by reservation only.
Alameda County Fairgrounds
Purchase tickets in advance on their website.

Ultimate Terror Scream Park in Sacramento
This haunted house park includes Voodoo Bayou, Midnight Asylum and House of Undead areas. Scream Park’s Museum of Horrors is a massive horror-themed museum walk-through in Sacramento. It is filled with breath-taking horror set designs with interactive rooms (no actors this year).

Through November 1st
4909 Auburn Blvd.
Learn more on their website.

Dead Time Dreams in San Jose
An open-air, immersive haunted attraction called Horror Alley, plus a Midway of Terror to entertain you before and after.

October 16-18, 22-25 and 28-31 from 7:30 PM to Midnight
2501 Tully Road in San Jose
Purchase tickets in advance on their website.

Winchester Mystery House Hallowe’en Flashlight Tour in San Jose
A self-guided evening tour that allows brave guests to explore the dark halls of the mansion while hearing unnerving stories of the home’s haunted history. It is a rare chance to glimpse one of the world’s most alleged haunted mansions at night…all alone! Tour hosts will be stationed throughout the house.

Tickets are limited so purchase them on their website in advance.


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