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Nightmare on 13th, Salt Lake City

(3.8/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • It's like a funhouse with some spots that might make you jump. There was nothing exceptionally scary, but there were several unique things I hadn't seen elsewhere. They're hanging cotton candy from Ki...  more »
  • Very well done. Sets very realistic. Takes about one hour to go through the set. There places inside and out for good photo ops.  more »
  • I've only been to on haunted house and this place scared me to death! They do a good job with their decorations and making it look like scenes from horror movies. I was scared the whole time I was the...  more »
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  • I really enjoyed this Haunted House. We were a large group and the employees did everything to accommodate us. I was really impressed with how long it went on for, and the work that was put into it. You all did a great job and we had lots of laughs. I was bothered though by the dead looking child. Seemed to be around 6 years of age. I am not sure if I am more sensitive due to I work in a Pediatrics ICU and I see this in real life more than I should, or if others were bothered by it also? I decided I would write and tell you. I think that a lot of us are much more sensitive to the look or thought of a dead child than we are to Ghouls and Goblins. Thank you for your time,
  • I have been here dozens of times throughout the past decade and it seems to only get better with age. I cannot compliment Nightmare enough for the incredible memories it has provided me each and every year. It has established October as a month to longingly look forward to, so that I can explore it's dark depths once again. I have been to haunted houses across the nation and have a deep love of all things horror, and I can honestly say that nightmare remains one of, if not the best haunted house I have ever seen. Consistently providing an excellent adventure for thrill seekers and horrified bed wetters alike. You will sorely miss out if you don't experience it at least once.
  • Absolutely the BEST haunted house I have ever been to!! Take lots of friends - the more the better. You can only go through with 4 people at a time though, so choose wisely!
  • Went last Saturday. I think we payed $26 a person that night-? So reasonable price for a haunted house. We waited in the outside line for about half an hour. Then when we finally got inside, we waited in another line for maybe twenty minutes. They have huge screens that show live footage of people being scared, so it was a nice touch and made the line go by quicker. (Only one bathroom inside there, by the way. For guys and girls to share. So be sure to 'go' before coming in or you'll be waiting a while.) They didn't give a hands on option, which was a little disappointing. But their rooms were....amazing. Lots of detail, nicely done. They didn't do anything to divide groups from the the ones in front of them, so a fair amount of times we'd walk in on a group and the actor or prop wouldn't scare us because we were so close. So that was a little dissapointing. The actors all had spot-on makeup, though. And for the small acting and scaring that they did, it was really good. I just wish it could've gotten a little more personal. I'm pretty sure we got out of there in half an hour.....so, a fifty minute line wait, and a half hour scare. Eh. And so to sum this all up: reasonable tickets. Long line wait. Not good spacing between groups. No close up actors. I'd give this a 6/10 and tell my relatives to take their young kids because it wasn't scary, as much as it was slightly amusing.
  • ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS! We went on a Monday night, so the line wasn't that long, but even in the short line they kept me entertained! Once I got in, it was really great because they weren't understaffed like some haunted houses. They had the potential to make it a lot longer, but I'm glad they didn't because they knew that if they did it wouldn't be as scary. If you're going to one haunted house in Utah, go to nightmare on 13th.