Looking to take spooky season up a notch? During October, you will find much more than historic haunts throughout our little corner of Southeast Texas.

Costumes at the Jefferson Theatre

Jefferson Theatre’s Classic Movie Nights: 13 Nights of Halloween
345 Fannin St., Beaumont, TX 77701

The first ever 13 Nights of Halloween! What started as a way to showcase the historic Jefferson Theatre, Classic Movie Nights has turned into a regular event both locals and visitors have come to love. Movie nights are offered every month, giving families and friends the opportunity to gather inside the beautiful theatre in downtown Beaumont. Sip on craft beers and enjoy delicious snacks while viewing your favorite movies. Films supported by ExxonMobil Beaumont.

Featured events include:

  • Ghostbusters - Tuesday, October 18
  • The Exorcist - Wednesday, October 19
  • Alley Concert - Thursday, October 20
  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show - Friday, October 21
  • Nosferatu Silent Film with the Morton Organ - Saturday, October 22
  • Blue October - Sunday, October 23
  • The Toxic Avenger - Monday, October 24
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street - Tuesday, October 25
  • Ernst Scared Stupid - Wednesday, October 26
  • Candyman - Thursday, October 27
  • The Thing - Friday, October 28
  • Hocus Pocus - Saturday, October 29
  • Trick R Treat - Sunday, October 30

Tickets are on sale now!

Nightmare on Nall Street
St. Elizabeth Catholic Church | 2006 Nall St, Port Neches, TX 77651

The 2nd annual Haunted House drive-thru is being held at St. Elizabeth Catholic Church on October 31st. This year will hold many new attractions! Recommend for ages 7+ for this spooky event. 

Haunted Laser Tag at Max Bowl
3500 Regional Dr., Port Arthur, TX 77642

For the month of October, Haunted Laser Tag returns to Max Bowl! See if you and your friends have what it takes to battle it out in our haunted two-story arena. 

Tip: Take advantage of $2 Tuesdays!

Heritage House Ghost Walk

Heritage House Museum’s Historic Ghost Walk
905 W. Division St., Orange, Tx 77630

The 6th Annual Historic Ghost Walk brought to you by Ferguson Law Firm features Orange County theater students vividly reenacting and telling tales of Orange’s past on October 15, 2022! Plus, enjoy games, music, and food trucks on the museum grounds.

3-5 pm Family-friendly tours 
5-7 pm Live music and food trucks 
7-9 pm Fright night tours
Admission: Adults - $5; Children under 12 - $3


Finding Big Foot In The Big Thicket
818 Earnest Ave., Silsbee, TX 77656

Did you know that Naturalist Lance Rosier, who is credited with the founding of The Big Thicket, wrote about finding the body of an ape during his studies? It is not surprising to know that the Unit in Big Thicket National Preserve named for him has reported sightings, as has the Turkey Creek and Sandy Creek Units. Come listen and experience guest lecturer, Michael Mayes, who has been a member of the North American Wood Ape Conservancy since 2005 and currently serves as the Chairman of the group's Board of Directors.
Admission: $15

Purchase tickets here.

Haunted Hotel
2022 The Haunted Hotel
447 Orleans, Beaumont, TX 77701

For the first time, TWO haunted attractions for the price of ONE! The Haunted Hotel, brought to you by Pepsi, has upped the scare factor this season by opening Rosehill Asylum. Rosehill Asylum is located on the second floor of The Haunted Hotel and is a state-of-the-art haunted attraction. Ticket purchases will include one entry to both attractions.

The Haunted Hotel will be open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 7:00 PM (excluding Sunday, October 2, 2022). Then, from October 27th through Halloween (Oct. 31st), The Haunted Hotel and Rosehill Asylum will be open every evening starting at 7:00 PM.

Tip: Online ticket prices will include a service fee of $3.95 per ticket. For the best value, tickets may be purchased at the event door, cash only.

Purchase tickets here.

Terror At The Oaks (Texas Maze of Terror)
2110 S Main St., Vidor, TX 77662

A new twist on an old terror: Terror @ The Oaks. This year, Texas Maze of Terror has taken over a portion of The Oaks Event Center. Get your blood pumping at this outdoor & indoor haunted attraction. The crazies have been released! Opens October 20th and continues through 21, 27, 28, 29, 30, and 31. Hours: 8 pm until it gets slow, so don’t wait!

Admission: $15 per person. Purchase online by messaging The Oaks Event Center, or in person. Call 409-791-0390 for reservations or questions.
Tip: Get your ticket by 9:30 p.m. Expect closures when it gets slow.

Halls of Horror
185 E Ave H, Silsbee, TX 77656

Scares around every nook and cranny! What’s New for year 4? EVERYONE goes through an Escape Room INSIDE the Halls! Purchase “General Admission” tickets and while traveling through the Halls, you’ll be captured in a room that you can’t get out of!

7-9 pm Thursdays/Sundays
7-11 pm Fridays/Saturdays
7-10 pm Halloween Night

Purchase tickets here.

Note: For General Admission, children ages 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult 18 years of age or older.

The Haunted Barn
Newton County Fairgrounds Barn | 313 Fair Park St, Newton, TX 75966

Who’s next? 
Open: Friday & Saturday, October 21-22; Friday - Monday, October 28-31
Hours: Dark thirty to … 
Admission: $10 per entry.

All proceeds go to the Newton County Fair Building Fund to continue updates on the livestock show barn, arena, and fairgrounds.