Hangman's is located at 4400 Blue Mound Road with easy access off of 820 and a short drive from Downtown Fort Worth. Click here for a map if you need any help.

It costs $25 for regular admission and $35 for Fastpass Admission. Check back soon for details

Yes! You can order online or you can pay by cash or card at the ticket booths

The Fast Pass will get you immediate entrance to all of our attractions.

Rather than a long wait in line, you are given a group number when you enter the property. You are then free to enjoy the festival activites until “your number comes up” to enter the haunted house.

Parking is free! Volunteer parking attendants are there to assist you with finding a spot.

We are open rain or shine! While much of our waiting area is covered, it’s a good idea to bring an umbrella on a wet evening. We’ll hold onto it for you while you go through the house.

Hangman’s has a different “theme” every year. Over half of the house is redesigned annually to fit the theme–and to give new thrills and chills to our victims.

We have a large (both in size and number) security staff, including several uniformed officers on site at all times.

Yes, we have various food trucks on the property.

No alcohol of any kind is allowed on site.

Sure, our haunted house is known for having a low gore factor and a “funhouse” type of appeal. However parents and guardians must exercise discretion as to what’s right for their child. Kids 5 and under get in FREE to 3-D Wonderland! ** Discounts cannot be applied to tickets purchased online**

Sunday, October 9! 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.- Half the price, half the scare! Lights up and family friendly, admission is just $12.50 for all four attractions!

There are emergency exits and security escorts strategically placed throughout the house.

NO! And please do not touch the actors, either!

Hangman’s net proceeds benefit area charities. To date, Hangman’s House of Horrors has donated $2 million to local charities.

A “Core” member is a volunteer who contributes more than 40 hours a year of their time to Hangman’s House of Horrors–doing anything from building, to acting, to designing their own room in the haunted house. If you are interested, go to” How can I become a Core Member of Hangman’s?” in this FAQ section.

To be a Core Member you must: Volunteer a minimum of 40 hours of your time in one year to Hangman’s. (This past year, there were 172 Core members who contributed an average of over 100 hours each.) If you would like more information about volunteering, click here and fill out this simple form.

There is a discount for groups of 20+ when scheduled in advance. No group discount is available without prior reservation. Call (817)336-HANG or email info@hangmans.com to schedule your group.

You may wear a costume while visiting Hangman’s. However masks may not be worn while on the property, and no accessories or props of any type may be brought in. Do not wear high-heeled shoes or flip flops–they could be treacherous in going through the attractions. Comfortable, low-heeled shoes (preferably sneakers) are the better choice.

A haunted house is filled with dust, spider webs, theatrical makeup and things that go bump in the night. So please dress in comfy clothing that you don’t mind getting a little “compromised.” Do not wear high-heeled shoes or flip flops–they could be treacherous in going through the attractions. Comfortable, low-heeled shoes (preferably sneakers) are the better choice.

Hangman’s includes: Strobe Lights, Fog Machines, Water, Uneven Walkways, Stairs and Intense Interaction. By accepting a Hangman’s ticket, you agree to assume all risks to persons or property, and release any and all corporations, individuals or entities associated with Hangman’s.

Hangman’s is NOT RECOMMENDED for anyone with: Seizure Disorders, Pacemakers, Heart Conditions, Pregnant Women, or anyone with any other medical or emotional condition that might be compromised by touring our attractions. Thank you for using good judgment.

We have three attractions on site: the main haunted house which is Hangman’s, and two smaller attractions. The smaller attractions are wheelchair accessible. Hangman’s, the largest attraction, is mostly accessible–you can get through the majority of the attraction in a wheelchair, but you may have to backtrack through a couple of rooms in order to avoid a set of stairs. Motorized wheelchairs and scooters vary significantly in size and turning radius so are not agile enough to effectively maneuver through the attractions, while a standard wheelchair is indeed capable of making the tour. (We have a standard wheelchair available on site should you need to borrow one–and we’ll even loan you some “muscular manpower” to assist guiding you on your tour.) As you probably know, our profits go to charity, so we are clearly eager to accommodate anyone and everyone. We’re happy to help you navigate through the frightening fun!

No. You paid us to scare you. You got so scared you couldn’t make it all the way through—or maybe you wouldn’t even go in. Sounds like we did what you asked us to do! Now that’s prompt service!

Shoot us an email from our contact page and we will get back to you!