Ghastly Goings And Spooky Spectating at Houston’s Redrum Fear Park!


Just in time for the Halloween season!


Houston residents can now enjoy a spooktacular outing with the opening of Redrum Fear Park! Once guests enter the park, they’ll experience all the spooky seasonal thrills of the Halloween holiday, complete with four big attractions! These include Twisted Circus Rewired, Cinegore, Deadwood Asylum, and Redrum Lazer Fury. For anyone who loves a good scare, this is definitely the place to be! Obviously, it’s one of those days to leave the kiddos at home as this is definitely not that sort of experience. So round up your friends and make sure all squeamish parties are attended to. 


The park will offer a wide variety of things to see and do, including live music, outdoor seating, food, outside crowd actors, merchandise, and indoor climate-controlled restrooms on-site. The park will be running from October 1st all the way to November 6th, so you have plenty of time to experience all the chills and thrills once you ride off of your Halloween-high. 


For any Houston resident, or for those in the Richmond area, this is a great way to celebrate the spirit of the season, as well as spend some quality party time with friends. If you’re living at great local Houston apartments like Barcelona, Villa Nueva, Diamond Hill, Sedona Pointe, and Legacy at Westchase, you should have no trouble navigating your way over to the park to experience some ghoulishly good fun!


Tickets for Redrum Fear Park typically go on sale anywhere from $35 to $55. I recommend that if you’re interested in learning more about the park, or if you’re looking for a great place to purchase some tickets, you check out their main website at this handy link I’m providing for you HERE


Halloween is one of the best holidays out there, and that’s no exception when it comes to the seasonal treats and attractions it brings to the table! Head on out to Redrum Fear Park and enjoy a night of murderous, marvelous mayhem! 


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Sep 21