There are plenty of haunted houses in Fort Worth that promise to scare you. But one spot is so frightening that it’s considered the scariest in the entire country. How’s that for goosebumps? 👻
Cutting Edge Haunted House was recently named the No. 1 Haunted Attraction by USA Today. It was also ranked No. 5 among the Nation’s Scariest Haunted Attractions by America Haunts + once held Guinness World Records for World’s Largest Haunted Attraction and World’s Largest Walk-through Haunted House.
This haunted house will send chills down your spine with its creepy live actors, special effects + ghoulish monsters. It is multi-leveled, multi-themed + not for the faint of heart.
The building was once a meatpacking facility, but now claims to process human bodies. 2021 marks 30 years for this frightening establishment (one year in Austin + 29 years in Fort Worth). While the haunted house was hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic last year, it has bounced back and adapted to the new needs of its guests.
Guests can now expect limited capacity + text-for-entry as part of the new protocols. This allows guests to avoid long lines and enjoy the haunted drumline that performs in the parking lot.
Plan your visit
Cutting Edge Haunted House
📍 1701 E. Lancaster Ave.
🕐 Fri., Sept. 30. -Sat., Nov. 5, times vary.
Pro Tip: Read the entire warning notice before purchasing tickets .
If that seems too intense, here’s a couple other fright-tastic spots...
📍Hangman’s House of Horrors at 4400 Blue Mound Rd.
📍Moxley Manor Haunted House at 510 Harwood Rd.