The 13th Gate Asylum Haunted House

13th Gate Asylum Haunted House Halloween

The 13th Gate Asylum
Professional Halloween Maze
1975 Lockwood Street
Oxnard, CA 93036

2019 Dates: Fridays & Saturdays in October, plus October 30-31

2019 Hours: Fridays and Oct 30-31st 7-11pm; Saturdays 7pm-12am

Lights On Shows: Sundays, October 20 & 27, 12-4pm

2019 Tickets:

  • Fridays: $20 for General Admission and $30 for VIP
  • Saturdays: $25 General Admission and $35 VIP
  • $5 lights on tour with no scare actors - Sunday Oct 20th & 27th 1-4pm

2019 Presentation: UNFORESEEN

The 13th Gate Asylum: A Haunted Dwelling 2019 Update: The 13th Gate Asylum haunted house has found a new location, where it will offer a completely different walk-through haunt this Halloween.

Official Description: "This year we bring you UNFORESEEN in the abandoned T-Shirt Warehouse in Oxnard right off the 101 freeway between Best Buy and Car Max off of Rose Avenue. Over 15,000 square foot of maze awaits you. Once inside the maze you will not anticipate what lies ahead. The restless occupants you encounter will be the least of your worries as you navigate the dark hallways that leave you totally disoriented. This year's maze has absolutely nothing to do with a story line; the rooms do not have anything in common, and that's how we like it. It's all fair game, and now it's time to play!"

Recommended for Ages: 13 years and older

13th Gate Asylum History
13th Gate Asylum 2011 poster
Halloween 2011

For many years, the 13th Gate Asylum: A Haunted Dwelling offered a free, amateur Halloween haunt in Camarillo, with a cast of 30 members, featuring a new theme and a reconfigured walk-through maze every season: Carn-Evil (2009), The Haunted Forest (2010), Nightmares (2011).

After 2011, The 13th Gate Asylum moved to a new location and went on hiatus for 2012, with a promise to return in 2013 - a promise that did not materialize. After missing several other Halloweens, 13th Gate Asylum eventually revived in new form for Halloween 2018.

That year, 13th Gate Asylum joined forces with the Simi Sunrise Rotary Club to bring a 15,000 square foot haunt to the Simi Valley Town Center, titled Voodoo on the Bayou. The event was recommended for ages 13 and over, with non-scare presentations on on some dates and afternoons for children and less courageous adults.