- 2632 Ridgepoint Drive
- Austin, TX
This Halloween Season, House of Torment haunted house moves to a new, larger, permanent home doubling in size to span 40,000 square feet. House of Torment’s inaugural season at 2632 Ridgepoint Drive Austin, TX 78754 will feature 3 brand new haunted houses including: Dawn of Evil, The Frenzy, and Graveside Manor. 2632 Ridgepoint Drive is near the intersection of Highway 183 and Highway 290 East only 2 miles away from House of Torment’s former home.
DAWN OF EVIL
A catastrophic virus outbreak originating from Promontory Point is destroying the lives of central Texas residents. The city has become a chaotic disaster area run amok with voracious, maniacal zombies frantically in search of food. The insatiable beasts are seemingly indestructible and only satisfied by the taste of fresh human flesh and brains. As the violent destruction of civilization looms, a few remaining uncontaminated humans work feverishly at the local hospital to find a cure – while savagely fighting for their lives. Will you and your friends escape the contagion, or fall victim to the appetites of the merciless undead?
The most demented nightmares of the human psyche become reality when you enter the terrifying world of THE FRENZY. What can only be described as a visceral manifestation of humanity’s most crippling fears, the walls of THE FRENZY will bring to your knees in terror as you encounter ghastly humanoids, deranged clowns and maniacal beasts – each determined to torment your mind and soul. Are you ready to confront your deepest fears in the darkness? Can you awake from the nightmare unscathed?
Many souls have perished within the dark walls of Graveside Manor up on Ridgeway Drive just east of town, but no one truly knows the story of the property’s gruesome past… or what lies beneath. Although the building has been abandoned for decades, passersby often report sightings of a decrepit old woman moving about the shadows. The macabre mysteries surrounding the mansion and the demise of so many of its guests have led to desperate search for clues. But, a dreadful fate awaits most who dare enter its doors in search of answers – will you finally uncover the secrets that lurk, or stumble into the darkness of your ultimate demise? Email Haunt Owner
Recent ReviewsReview This Haunt
Too expensive to be doing the same thin over and over. Not to mention your in line for hours to go through a house that takes 10 min.Posted 10/17/14
3 out of 5 found this review helpful
This particular haunted house is very expensive and even more so if you choose to get the express tickets. Otherwise, you will be waiting in line for hours. The house itself is not that scary and takes about 10 minutes to go through. I have been to much better haunted houses in smaller times for half the price. If you live in the Austin area and have money to blow, then this is not a bad experience. However, I encourage you to find other venues, especially if you are a Halloween fan.Posted 10/13/13
3 out of 3 found this review helpful
It is expensive, but there are a lot of props, so it is understandable. Lots of flashing lights and loud noises, par for any decent haunted house. I think there was a bit too much of the actors jumping in your face and being loud, which kind of prevented me from really being able to enjoy it and see all of the designs that so much time and money went into setting up. Plus, it may have been just my luck, but for me it seemed like the actors chose the places to jump toward me where there was a possibility for me to injure myself. (ex - right when I was walking by a chair whose leg was awkwardly jutting out for me to bump/trip over, a place where there was a trough and the floor stepped down, a perfect place to twist an ankle or something) This happened several times throughout the first house so I felt like it could have been intentional. The first house is the best, I wish I would have been able to slow down in it because the 2nd and 3rd features (yes, there are 3) were not nearly as good. The second had fewer actors, which was good. They should reverse the order. Although the rules say you can't touch the actors, they get so close to you (sometimes actually touching you) that it makes for a very uncomfortable element, especially if you have personal space issues. Perfect for a "scare" but I am a bit older and would have liked to enjoy the visual stuff more than just getting jumped at for a cheap surprise scare. I mean, you can do that without any costume on even, why waste all of the money on the scenes? And most of the actor costumes/make-up jobs were awesome!!!!Posted 10/13/13
5 out of 6 found this review helpful