We know Texas can be EXTREMELY festive during Christmas time, but so are our neighbors to the west in Arizona. In fact, one city in Arizona might just have the creepiest & coolest house to visit during Christmas time; one city is home to the Scary Christmas House.

Where is the Scary Christmas House in Arizona?

Located at 4431 W Escuda Drive in Glendale, Arizona, the Scary Christmas House is a nonprofit organization that simply loves Halloween & Christmas together. Actually, it's their love for A Nightmare Before Christmas, and the love for their family, that The Spacey Family decided to make it an annual tradition to hold some incredible displays every year since 2016.

Every year the family goes all out & you can see a sample of their displays all over their Instagram page.

As I mentioned before, The Scary Christmas House is a nonprofit organization benefiting the Scary Christmas Foundation. According to their website, the Scary Christmas Foundation works "to provide help to those who may otherwise not qualify for traditional assistance". So it's all for a good cause

People who watch The Great Christmas Light Flight on ABC, will recognize the house as it will appear in the season 2 finale on December 19th. The house was even featured by ABC 15 in Phoenix as one of the 25 houses to visit for Christmas lights.

If you want to visit the Scary Christmas House, their hours are Sunday through Thursday, 6 pm to 10pm & Friday to Saturday, 6pm to 11pm.

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