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The Haunted Hotel (September 26 - November 1, 2014)

  • When Multiple dates from September 26 to November 1, 2014
  • Where The Haunted Hotel: 424 Market Street, San Diego
  • Age limit 10+
  • Categories Exhibits, Halloween
  • Cost $15 - $27
Promotional graphic for the Haunted Hotel.

Above: Promotional graphic for the Haunted Hotel.

The Haunted Hotel, located downtown in the Gaslamp District, is the longest running haunted house in San Diego. It was named by Haunt World Magazine as one of the top 13 haunted houses in America and has been featured in “America Haunts IV” on The Travel Channel in 2009.

This year, make your way through the creepiest doll island you will ever visit, try to escape the torturous grasp of The Dissectors, and watch your step as you come aboard our Clown Subway.

The Haunted Hotel is packed full of spine tingling, heart pounding effects that are so real they will keep you screaming for your life as you try to find your way out.

WARNING: All patrons enter at their own risk. Owners & sponsors are not responsible or liable for any harm incurred on the premises. This attraction contains high impact scares and strobe lights which may not be suitable for people with heart conditions or prone to seizures. Attraction may include the use of fog juice as well as spraying water. Sorry, NO pregnant women, infants, or children being carried will be allowed entry.

NOT RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 10

DIRECTIONS & PARKING:
The Haunted Hotel is located at 424 Market Street, at the corner of Fourth & Market. Google Map

Parking: Street parking (meters are free after 6pm) / There are parking garages and outdoor lots off of Market Street that are in walking distance. Most of them charge $1 an hour or have a flat nighttime rate.

If you are taking the Trolley: Closest stops are “ Fifth” off of the Blue Line and “Convention Center” or “ Gaslamp Quarter” if you are taking the Orange Line.

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