Fultondale’s Nightmare at 3008, located at 1731 Decatur Highway in Fultondale, is back this year and ready to provide fun, scares, and even a bit of charitable goodness.
Award Winning Haunted House
Fultondale’s own award-winning haunted house opened in 2012. The scary exhibit is widely known for its chaotic, dark, and grungy style with long twisted indoor and outdoor trails.
Indoor has The Underground- a post-apocalyptic community of chaos,
The Asylum- the patients have taken over. Do you join the insanity or try to escape?
And The Manor – this is not grandma’s house.
Outdoors- has the Woods- the hills have hillbillies.
General admission is $25
Hours of operations:
- Fridays and Saturdays- 7 pm to 12 am
- Sunday through weekdays- 7 pm to 10 pm
A Haunt With a Heart
This attraction tries to reach out to the community through annual events such as Sensory awareness day, Not so Scary Kids day, and their November food drive for Fultondale Food Bank.
Sunday, October 23rd, from 2 pm to 4 pm, will be the Not So Scary Kid’s Day. Come trick or treat with the Monsters. All the lights will be on with no music, no stove lights, and no jump scares. Perfect for little ones.
Scare, and Hunger, Nightmare at 3008’s Thanksgiving food drive is on November 4th, 7-10 pm. Donate five or more canned foods or non-perishable items to take $5 off your ticket price.
For more information on how to donate or for upcoming events, visit the website,
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