The most sensational experience in the region with over 7,000 sqft of terror!

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2018 marks the 6th year of The Missoula Haunted House. Roothead Studios started producing Haunted Houses in 2010. At first the Haunted Houses were small, private events. Everyone who attended had great reviews. People consistently said that it was “the best event I attended during Halloween.” That motivated Roothead Studios to scale up production and bring Missoula a Halloween event like none other. We at Roothead studios are excited to bring you this year's Halloween theme, SIDESHOW MASSACRE.


$15 - Regular

$20 - Express Line

$5 - Kid's hours

*Cash Only! There will be an ATM on site*

October 2018

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  1101 South Ave W, Missoula, MT 59801 -  Open in Google Maps

1101 South Ave W, Missoula, MT 59801 - Open in Google Maps

The Missoula Haunted House is located in the Llama barn on the corner of Brooks and Russell at the Missoula County Fairgrounds. There are two main entrances to the Fairgrounds, The entrance on Russell Street and the Entrance on South Ave. When entering from Russell you will drive into the fairgrounds and stay left heading past the ice rink, it will be on your left, and onward to the Llama Barn. If you are entering from South Ave. you will need to drive down the long driveway and take a right through a second gate. Drive past the commercial building and the building where voting is held, these buildings will be on your left, and continue driving straight towards the ice rink. At this point you should see the Llama barn kitty corner to your right.  As you reach the ice rink you will take a right and continue to the Llama barn.

About Missoula Youth Homes:

The mission of Youth Homes is “to help every youth feel safe, have a sense of belonging and find a place to call home.”

Our vision is “To provide an array of services to support children and families of Western Montana, regardless of their ability to pay.”

We recognize that in meeting the long-term needs of our youth, we have a social responsibility to strengthen the environment in which they live now and will live in the future. To that extent, we engage and educate our youth in sustainable lifestyles in each home and program.

http://youthhomesmt.org/