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Have A Ghoulish Good Time At This Ghostly Gatlinburg Attraction

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August 19, 2013

If you enjoy thrills, chills and being scared out of your pants, a visit to the Mysterious Mansion in Gatlinburg is in order. Located on River Road, this Gatlinburg attraction is the perfect setting in which to encounter an assortment of ghosts, ghouls and other creatures in an atmosphere of darkness and delight.

Be Scared Now

In a setting reminiscent of the 18th Century, this eerie looking attraction calls to the visitor and dares him or her to walk its eerie halls. As the oldest and scariest Haunted House in Gatlinburg, visitors meander through endless corridors of darkness, find challenging secret passages, view winding staircases and behold the terror of the dark and damp dungeon. Meanwhile, spine tingling creatures come out of the woodwork to fill guests with terror and fun. Be prepared to be scared.

The Mysterious Mansion Location

Located at 424 River Road in Gatlinburg, one can easily walk there from the parkway, by walking behind McDonald’s through Fountain Plaza. Continue down to River Road, where you will find the Mysterious Mansion. Or walk along the river if you are coming from the Aquarium. Call (865) 436-7007 for hours of operation.


Admission is $9.84 plus tax for adults and $7.16 plus tax for children. Group discounts are given as well as Military, Local Resident and other discounts.

Blood curdling adventure awaits with a visit to the Mysterious Mansions. Lurking around each corner is a unique and macabre experience, awakening one’s deepest fears. Bring the kids for the fright of your life in Gatlinburg’s original Haunted House

After a spooky day at the Mysterious Mansion, you can return to luxurious lodging that is completely free from ghosts and goblins! Timber Tops offers cabin rentals with incredible amenities that can accommodate any price range. Located just minutes away from all of the best Gatlinburg attractions, our cabins are the perfect place to spend your Smoky Mountain vacation. Visit our Specials page to find out all about our latest deals and promotions!

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