Tour Halloween Haunted Houses Created by HGTV and Food Network Hosts

Ahead of the premiere of All-Star Halloween Spectacular, get a special sneak peek at our talents' haunted houses and their delicious creations! 

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Jonathan Scott and Duff Goldman's Funhouse

Prepare to enter Property Brothers' Jonathan Scott and Worst Bakers in America's Duff Goldman’s old school funhouse. What fun mischief awaits?

Step Right Up

Will there be more tricks or more treats? (Spoiler: Definitely treats!)

Zombie Bellhop Drew Scott

Property Brothers' Drew Scott looks dapper—and quite scary—in front of Jonathan and Duff’s funhouse. 

Duff's Masterpiece

For their Halloween cupcakes display, Jonathan and Duff chose to go with a clown theme. Fun fact: Duff's clown cake used 60 gallons of swiss buttercream! 

Candy Galore

The more candy, the better.

Mocktail, Anyone?

Duff created a delicious cotton candy milkshake to serve as his Halloween mocktail, which is given to quest by a real life Joltar.

More Treats, Less Tricks

A better look at Jonathan and Duff's brightly colored cotton candy milkshake.

Inside the Funhouse

Don’t worry, he won’t talk back...hopefully. 

Prepare to be Scared

A local prop shop helped provide decorations for Jonathan and Duff's spooky funhouse.

Dynamic Duo

Jonathan and Duff arrive ready to scare dressed as a 7 foot clown holding a ventriloquist dummy and…a panda.

Heart-Pounding Fun

While Duff’s costume might not frighten too many guests, the working Jack-In-The-Box is enough make anyone jump out of their shoes.

Treat Yourself

After all those tricks, guests need a few treats. (Screaming works up quite an appetite.)

Zombie on the Loose

Hey, how did a zombie bellhop get in here?

Storybook Guests

Little Bo Peep—er, Property Virgins' Egypt Sherrod—taste tests Jonathan and Duff’s yummy cotton candy milkshake. 

Drew Scott and Tia Mowry's Victorian Hotel

Drew and Food Network Star Kids' Tia Mowry chose a Victorian hotel theme for their spooky Halloween house. The eerie graveyard welcomes guests and sets the mood for a truly spine-chilling visit.  

Ready to Check In?

The Victorian hotel’s favorite resident taking in the view from the front porch.  

Friendly Staff

Tia, dressed as a chambermaid, and Drew, dressed as a bellhop, have been completely zombified and eagerly await their guests. 

Double the Fun

A local artist crafted Tia and Drew's masks after meeting with each of them. 

Cobweb Covered Treats

"The more eyes, the scarier the spider," says Tia. But there's nothing frightening about her red velvet cupcakes. 

Sweet Sips

To quench guests’ thirsts, Tia prepared Eyeball-tinis, complete with a sugary blood drip. 

Inside the Hotel

The cobwebs add to the dusty, creepy feel of Tia and Drew’s haunted house. 

No Vacancy

Visitors check in to Tia and Drew's Victorian hotel...but will they ever check out? 

Pass the Keys, Please

A hand pops out of the wall to present visitors their keys. A sure-fire way to scare a few guests away! 

Time to Celebrate

Our competitors enjoy a well-deserved treat after an intense 2.5-day challenge. 

Mission Accomplished

Happy Halloween!