Haunted Mayfield Manor
- 2313 Harborside Drive
- Galveston, TX
Haunted Mayfield Manor is a 12 room Victorian themed haunted house attraction with characters including a fictional Dr. Mayfield, his ghost bride Sara, zombie mother Lenora and the ever present spirit of his father the elder Dr. Mayfield. Those characters teamed with the thousands of souls who haunt the building which houses the home. Dr. Mayfield was once a respected doctor in Galveston, Texas, who pursued a career in general medicine to follow in his father's footsteps, however his first love was the study of the mental capacity and mental illnesses of humans. During his tenure as a public physician, he began doing experiments on his unknowing patients. His experiments involved the study of the impact of fearful situations on individuals. During the great Hurricane of 1900 Dr. Mayfield who was engaged to be married prior to the storm, lost his bride the lovely blonde Sara Stone. He also lost his parents including his mother the bedridden Lenora Mayfield and his father Dr. Horatio Mayfield. It is said that witnessing the death and destruction of the great storm together with his own personal loss drove the young doctor insane. His madness continues to this day as he tries to recoup his losses and continue his research. You are invited to tour his home. Mayfield Manor is an actor driven 12 rooms of psychological scares.
Visits to the manor are continuous during operating hours. Haunted Mayfield Manor is located on the Strand at 23rd Street next door to its sister attraction Pirates! Legends of the Gulf Coast. You may purchase tickets at the door or online. Special group rates for groups of 12 or more, haunt is also available for special events.
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Please call 409-762-6677 for 2014 hours of operation.
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A different kind of scare
In today's world, violence and gore are supreme when it comes to entertainment. This place proves that you don't need blood, guts, or a touchy- feely actor to scare you half to death. The story to the place was intriguing, having been a mixture of fact and fiction regarding Galveston's great storm of 1900. The actor was on point with both his dialogue and actions, and the staff was very helpful and knowledgable. I can see why some people wouldn't like the haunt; people are so desensitised these days, that you usually have to hit them with outlandish things to get them to enjoy anything. Ignore the negativity and keep doing what your doing!Posted 1/26/13
At first I was a little skeptical because of its small size, but I was really impressed! It was very well put together. The story was neat and the actor was awesome. Really enjpyed it, way worth the $10!!! I will do this one again! Great addition to The Strand at Galveston! :DPosted 10/12/12
What a hoot!
We really enjoyed this haunt, the actors were great and so was the gift shop alot of fun!Posted 9/27/12
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