The Mysterious Mansion in Gatlinburg exposes visitors to frights and scares not only during Halloween but all year long! Read on below to learn more about this extraordinary attraction, which has been giving visitors quite the scare since 1980!
See the Spookiest Attraction in Gatlinburg!
A three-story haunted mansion designed and adorned in early 1900s Victorian regalia, Gatlinburg’s Mysterious Mansion calls out to the bravest of visitors and locals alike to conquer their fears and find a way out of this eerie mansion!
Embark on a self-guided tour through the twists and turns of the cobweb-filled layout. Dark corners are bedecked with cobwebs and decorated to frighten. You and your companions will encounter terrifying creatures and phantasms beyond your wildest nightmares in the Mysterious Mansion!
Open year-round, the Mysterious Mansion gives visitors a scare no matter what season. The mansion is open daily from Spring Break through August, in addition to being open during weekends throughout the year. The property is also open daily from Christmas Break through New Year’s Day, as well as select weekdays after Halloween during the month of November.
Halloween is a special time of year at the Mysterious Mansion. This year, you can enter the House of Lost Souls—a special Halloween presentation that runs from September 29th through October 31st—and escape the clutches of lost spirits looking for new souls to add to their eternal collection. The mansion opens and closes later from the last Friday of September through Halloween, showing unique Halloween presentations like the House of Lost Souls. Regular shows are held on Monday through Thursday. However, our hours vary depending on the season, so make sure to stop by gatlinburgmysteriousmansion.com to see when the best time to visit is!
Prices for year-round admission are $9.00 for children and $15.00 for adults and teens. Children under the age of six years are free. Halloween shows held in October are priced at $11.00 per child and $17.00 per teen or adult. The Halloween show is not recommended for small children. Group pricing is also available for groups of fifteen people or more for regular non-Halloween shows.
Gatlinburg’s Mysterious Mansion can be found at 424 River Rd., Gatlinburg, TN. You can find it from the Parkway by walking behind the McDonald’s, cutting through the Fountain Plaza, and heading down to River Rd., where it will be across the street. From the aquarium, you can walk down the Riverwalk on River Rd. for a few short blocks until you reach the property, right next to the Edgewater Hotel.
The office of the Mysterious Mansion can be reached by phone at (865) 436-7007, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.