Haunted House

Get Ready for a Spooky Delight at the Anderson School’s Halloween Fundraiser!

Since 1992, the eighth-grade class at Anderson School has been terrorizing the brave souls of the Gallatin Valley with their annual haunted house extravaganza. It promises to be their most spine-chilling event yet! Mark your calendars for October 31st and prepare for a night of bone-chilling fun at the Anderson School’s Little Red School House, nestled just 5 miles south of Huffine on S. Cottonwood Road.

For the brave souls willing to face their deepest fears in complete darkness, the “lights out” version runs from 6 pm to 9 pm. Beware, the “lights out” version is not for the faint-hearted, but fret not, there’s a midway exit for those who find themselves overwhelmed by the hair-raising madness!

Event Details:

  • When: October 31st, 6pm-9pm
  • Where: 5 miles South of Huffine on S. Cottonwood Road
  • Buy Tickets: Prior to the event at Eventbrite.com (HERE) or in person
  • Pricing:
    • General Admission – $10
    • Fast Pass (skip the regular line) – $20
    • Skip the line entirely – $30

The Anderson School Haunted House has a rich history of scaring up funds to send the eighth-grade class to Washington DC as part of their American History curriculum. These students eagerly anticipate the chance to send shivers down the spines of their community in the years leading up to their final year at Anderson. Their journey begins in earnest from day one of eighth grade, involving meticulous planning, organizing, skit development, prop procurement, and terrifying costume design. They’ve witnessed their predecessors in action, strolled through unholy halls, screamed, cried, and made daring escapes through the side door during the most harrowing moments of the haunted house adventure. Now, it’s their turn, and they’re poised to deliver a fright you won’t forget.

Parking is easy at the Little Red School House, with parking lot attendants on hand both nights to guide you to and from the field adjacent to the school. Dress warmly, as Montana’s October nights can be chilly, and anticipate a crowd eager to embrace the fears. Concessions will be available, including food, cold drinks, and hot beverages to keep you warm while you wait. Our eighth graders can’t wait to witness you trembling at the Nursery Rhymes Gone Wrong Haunted House on October 27th and 28th. Don’t miss out!