Are you crazy enough to be scared out of your wits? If so, then read on, and learn about the scariest haunted tours San Diego has to offer. Look for some expressions, which are in bold, that we often use when we talk about scary or dangerous situations. The definitions are at the bottom of this page.
And now, CISL presents, the scariest experiences in San Diego. Enter at your own risk . . .
The best haunted houses in San Diego
The Haunted Hotel (Downtown)
The Scream Zone (Del Mar)
The Del Mar Fairgrounds are normally the location for happy events, like the summer fair or the annual horse races. But in October, the venue is transformed into the scariest of locations, with zombies wandering the grounds and clowns playing on playgrounds. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Tickets are from $18 to $32, depending on which exhibits you choose to attend. Click here for information on the park hours.
Haunted Trail (Balboa Park)
The Haunted Trail at Balboa Park is one of the most famous (and largest) parks in the U.S. Walk an entire mile through scary scenes, from a New Orleans plantation to a mass of clowns. The actors at the Haunted Trail are known for their incredibly real performances, and for chasing guests from one exhibit to the other, so watch your back, and don’t ever think you’re safe!
Tickets for the Haunted Trail are as follows:
- $25 (General Admission to Trail & Experiment Maze)
- $19 (General Admission to Trail only)
- $35 (FAST PASS Admission to Trail & Experiment Maze)
- $29 (FAST PASS Admission to Trail only).
Click here for more information.
Expressions used in this article:
- Scared out of your (one’s) wits: very, very scared
- Enter at your own risk: it’s dangerous!
- Not for the faint of heart: not a situation for the weak
- Don’t say we (I) didn’t warn you: you’ve been warned!
- Watch your back: be careful
Cover photo source.