An hour and a half wait on a Sunday night but one of the better Halloween attractions unless you're going to Screams in the Dallas area. The only thing that was bad were the other customers. Obnoxious idiots that have no self awareness, quite a few women in 3 inch strappy heals- don't get behind them they trip and fall, a few annoying drunk people that ruin any scares. But the wait is long because they KNOW how to space out groups. That's what ruins most of the haunted houses. If you're stuck in a group with fools you can still hang back a bit and enjoy it. That's what some of our group did. The props looked great. There was a dj while you wait and a woman dancing on a stage where the lines centers around. Which was odd when there was a 10 year old right next to me looking like what the hell is going on. I'd nix the DJ and dancing and do some other entertainment. It's not a club and nobody wants to go to a club with children and teens. Magicians, contortionists, something spooky and relevant. There were a lot of kids and tweens there. Once you're in it's about 20-25 mins. They put a lot into it and it shows. Wear comfy shoes and don't bring young children. Two guys were fighting to not go into one room first. One women refused to go into a room and they were looking for an alternate exit. We enjoyed it and felt it was worth the long wait in line and price.