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Bring the whole family to the Abilene's Most Complete Halloween Experience, Haunted Abilene.
This yearexperience all-new CarnEVIL at Haunted Abilene!
With the combination ticket your ghostly Circus Ringmaster will take you on a rollicking trolley ride through Abilene's historic areas and hear stories about Abilene's most friendly ghosts. (All tours start and end at the front of the Swenson House). Then stroll through the Creepy CarnEVIL Castle and the two acre grounds, which are decorated by the best ghosts and goblins to make the scariest Circus you have ever been to. You can make an evening of it by enjoying a gourmet hot dog with all the trimmings. (Please note: food is NOT included in the ticket).
- The trolleys are back!
- The over-the-top CarnEVIL Castle
- The Clown Circus Graveyard has a lot of epitaphs ... maybe yours? Be careful in there!
- Children's Own Circus area is back complete with air castle and more!
Tickets for children who walk through the house or take a seat on the bus are required. Things start at 7:00 and end at 10:00.
Discounted tickets are available for groups of 8 or more. Call our office at 325-676-3775 to book. Also call 325-829-0617 for military discounts. We will give you a unique promotional code to use to get your discount.
This is a family friendly event. We try to keep the scary stuff so that even the little ones know that it's just Halloween.
Parking: Additional parking is available at the corner of North 17th and Merchant Street. You may use the ramp over the curb at Merchant Street.
Proceeds from Haunted Abilene benefit historic preservation in Abilene, such as the continued restoration of the Swenson House, the stabilization of the 1903 J.D. Magee home and working in many ways to ensure the continued vitality of the historic parts of our city.
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Abilene Preservation League
The Abilene Preservation League works to preserve our area's historic properties. We own and operate the Swenson House, Abilene's only house museum, the Elks Arts Center, stabilization of the 1903 J.D. Magee home, nearly lost to fire in 2008. In the past we have been involved in saving the Paramount Theatre, the Grace Museum and several other properties that today contribute to the revitalized downtown Abilene area.