Skip Those Other Haunted Houses, You Must Visit Nightmare on 19th in Lubbock
As Halloween approaches, many are thinking about what they'll wear to their costume party. Others are freaking out because they can't find any candy. The rest of us are eagerly awaiting the opening of one of the best-haunted theme parks in America, Nightmare on 19th Street, in Lubbock.
Nightmare has been scaring visitors for over 15 years now and each year gets better than the last.
Brutally honest here, not many haunted houses actually scare me. My wife and I are haunters and absolutely love everything about Halloween. However, that also means many haunted houses are subpar, to us, with their scare factor.
Not Nightmare on 19th Street. Trust me.
So don't waste time planning evenings, or even trips, around haunted houses that won't give you the thrill (scare) you're looking for. Bypass all that and make plans to check out Nightmare on 19th Street.
Nightmare features 4 different attractions in their 1.24 miles of scaring the bejeezus out of people. Blood Moon Manor, KarnEvil, and Krampus 3D are back for another year of fear, and tagging along is the newcomer, Castle Dominus.
Please keep reading to see the amazing photos from Nightmare on 19th Street, in Lubbock.
If for some reason you're not able to make it to the Hub City, for Nightmare on 19th, then you've got to make plans to check out My Bloody Valentine, at Nightmare. Not only do the amazing actors and staff give you the experience of a lifetime during October, but you can also have one of the most unique Valentine's dates ever.
How much are tickets to Nightmare on 19th Street?
Tickets are $20 on Thursdays and Sundays & $25 on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. You can purchase your tickets at Nightmare or online here.
BOO: Nightmare on 19th Street in Lubbock
Once you've experienced Nightmare on 19th Street, your view of haunted houses will change forever. You can also visit some locations in Texas that are truly haunted as well.