Houston’s Most Terrifying Haunts
 

Houston Chronicle #1 Haunted House in the Houston area
Houston Press #1 Haunted House in the Houston area
MSNBC Among Top 13 US Haunts
America’s Best Haunts Among Top 13 Haunts in United States for 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012.
Haunted Attraction Magazine Among Top 20 US Haunts

Screamworld now has five attractions at one location for one price. And we only have one line; once you are in you move from one attraction to the next without having to stand in line again.
Skull Cave Skull Cave (formerly the Haunted Hotel) is considered the most high-tech haunted attraction in Houston – with very elaborate scenes and sophisticated animatronic features. It contains the Voodoo Swamp, the Psycho Farm House, Mummy Hall, and our Giant Skull Monster.
Jake's Slaughterhouse Jake’s Slaughterhouse is a grim, old-style meat processing plant – complete with slaughtered beef, gutted hogs, skinned animals, rotting carcasses… and a few things no meat market should ever have.
Edge of Darkness The Edge of Darkness features scenes from the dark underside of our modernizing society – including our Hospital Room, the Boiler Room, Death Row, and the Morgue.
Maze of Maniacs In the outdoor attraction Maze of Maniacs, prowling ghouls use disorienting strobe lights and meandering corridors to their advantage as they systematically hunt you down.
Zombie Graveyard Nestled in the hollow of a forgotten bog, the outdoor attraction Zombie Graveyard is the final home of a host of monstrous creatures that never rest in peace – now containing the all-new Vortex Tunnel.