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An interesting and rather odd thing about this town is that it likes horror, having a torture musuem, a mummy museum, and a haunted house, the Casa of Tia Aura, through which we were whizzed in a whirlwind tour by a bored student guide. Since...More
The place is nice and the experience is neat should have just a little more
Light in the underground corridors and hallways, but its quite a trip to walk the maze looking at the leyend's recreations, which in my opinion should elaborate a little more,...More
I went here with a group and had no clear idea what I was getting into. That's on me and I should have been more clued in.
It is a house where some strange deaths occured and so it is set up as a series...More
I have read the bad reviews about this so called haunted house. But I thought the guide, the sound effects, and the bad lighting made for an excellent tour! Everything is in Spanish, but we are in MExico folks!
I got to this Presa de...More
Great for younger kids, teenagers, and families. But unfortunately we have seen this type of tourist attraction elsewhere. Don't take this as a negative review because it is informative and entertaining. Not being totally fluent in Spanish did not help (others who totally understand Spanish...More
Had lunch down the street and was walking by. It was one of the best haunted houses I've ever been in due to the creativity. Highly suggest it. It's about 15-20minutes. Very cute. Very dark. I was scared.
I was surprised at the other reviews, maybe we had an extra great experience because we went during the week of Dia de los Muertos, but it was a blast. We went late at night and it ended up being the freakiest haunted house we...More