Kingwood Asylum & Hallowed Grounds

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1963 Northpark Drive, Kingwood, TX 77339 1963 Northpark Drive, Kingwood Directions
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Embrace the diversity of perspectives around you when you witness the cultural activities at Kingwood Asylum & Hallowed Grounds, TX. When you're ready for a new experience, stop by here and get acquainted with some culture.

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Report | 11 months ago
Buyer beware when purchasing this Groupon. Look at the dates! It was not valid on Halloween night nor the weekend before.
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Report | 2 years ago
The people that worked there were rude
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Report | 2 years ago
Great and scary
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Report | 2 years ago
The indoor part is closed, some sort of power outage issue, so we only got to go through the outdoor trail Great props, great costumes, and good scares, but I feel shafted considering the groupon was for all the haunts, but one is closed, yet still no partial refund or offer to come back when it's fixed Great haunt, crappy ownershipand business practices!
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Report | 2 years ago
Extremely limited on when you can use groupon (I don't recall knowing at time of purchase that they are closed during the week - I do recall mention of being unable to use the weekend before Halloween and Halloween weekend) 10/29 was the only weekend night they were open so we went then Turned out the inside haunted house was closed and only the outdoor open The options were to refund groupon or apply to outdoor haunted house (those tickets are $18 pp which is what I paid for the groupon) With my daughter standing there, there was no other option It was a good outdoor haunted house however I did one recently for $28 per ticket for two outdoor and 3 indoor (that was without a groupon - regular price) For the record, this was the first time I was ever disappointed in a groupon purchase
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Report | 2 years ago
The set up had a lot of potential, but there just wasn't enough actors Who they did have didn't engage much with the ticket holders Many of them just stood there Very cool being outside in the woods, but…seriously many more actors were needed
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Report | 2 years ago
Excellent props Well spent money Only wish the extra building was open as damaged during heavy rains last weekend Offered refund or just the hallowed woods, but drove from 60+ miles from Galveston So we went in the very short woods, great costumes make up and props, no expense spared there Will go back when the other attractions are open next year
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Report | 2 years ago
Great props and effects going through the woods
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Report | 2 years ago
They offered a reimbursement because only one of their haunted houses were open but it was scary
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i like it
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From Our Editors

"The art of what makes a good scare." That's what the talent behind Kingwood Asylum have studied and mastered, and it's why their annual frightfest grew from a tiny little Hunter's Ridge "Spook House" into a local institution (no pun intended) that just keeps getting bigger and scarier, year after year.

Kingwood Asylum's creativity springs from the unique mythology behind its terrors. Based on the persona of Dr. Phillip Blackman, a real-life malpracticing monster fond of lobotomizing and torturing mental patients, the house's macabre scenarios rely on real events for inspiration. That element of reality adds an extra dimension to the Asylum's multiple tiers of terror, including the boiler rooms (where a monster named Doom tries to give head cavities to every passerby), the hospital (where Dr. Trauma and Nurse Brown dole out prescriptions for punishment), and the estate (home of Kill Count, the clown, a fine tailor of fleshy fabrics who wants your soul).

On the way to the asylum, the brave can dare to traipse though the latest attraction, Hallowed Grounds, a New Orleans–style graveyard populated by psychopaths. All in all, the pulse-pounding adventure, which continues to draw thousands every year, also draws plenty of critical praise, including a five-star (well, 5 pumpkin) review from TexasHauntedHouses.com and a spot on ABC (KTRK Channel 13) News's list of Houston's Top Ten Haunted Houses.

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