Frightmare on Main Street will once again be haunting New Iberia for Halloween 2023!

Frightmare on Main Street in New Iberia

With October here in less than two weeks, Acadiana's favorite Halloween haunts are all putting the finishing touches on their ghoulishly fantastic attractions.

Frightmare on Main Street is quickly becoming one New Iberia's premier haunts, as well as becoming one of Acadiana's premier haunts.

Located on the grounds of the Historic "Hot Sauce House" on Main St in New Iberia, Frightmare on Main Street will open for the 2023 Halloween season Saturday, September, 30.

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So, what is Frightmare on Main Street all about?

Glad you asked.

From louisianahauntedhouses.com -

"Frightmare on Main Street is a terrifying outdoor trail located on the grounds of the Historic ‘Hot Sauce House‘ on Main St in New Iberia.

This secluded home location on the corner of Main Street provides the perfect creepy backdrop for the trail which will take you through several sets and attractions with live scare actors.

We are dedicated to one purpose and that is to make you scream like a child, no matter how old you are. Beware what is lurking in the dark corners…"

Tickets are $20, and $30 VIP Fast Passes are available now at frightmareonmainstreet.com.

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Frightmare on Main Street is open September 30, the last 3 Fridays and the last 4 Saturdays in October from 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm.

For more information, call (337) 967-2072 or email at frightmareonmainstreet@gmail.com.

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