- $17 for one ticket to Terror on the Plaza and CarnEvil ($25.99 value)
- Terror on the Plaza may be too intense for young children and expectant mothers
Terror on the Plaza
One of San Antonio's spookiest legends traces back to 1928, when a well-known casket company shuttered. Employees had disappeared, and the owners were last seen mauling each other. Since then, several entrepreneurs have attempted to restore the company's four-story factory building, but they've all gone insane, disappeared, or eloped with a tombstone. Finally, the producers behind Terror on the Plaza turned it into what it always was: a haunted house. Rumor has it that its halls still teem with factory workers from the '20s, who live on by eating human flesh.
But even those who make it out alive aren't able to return to their comfort blankets just yet. They still have one more obstacle to survive: CarnEvil. This carnival ride remains from the early 1930s, when a traveling group of rather sinister carnies and clowns set up shop on the Alamo Plaza. But in the years since no one has been able to dismantle the ride—anyone who went near it seemed to vanish without a trace. Now, those who venture through the underground tunnel can hear bones crunching and the sounds of flesh being ripped and chewed. Local legends of San Antonio such as The Donkey Lady, La Llorona, La Lechuza, and Bloody Mary are all featured.