Welcome to House of Trepidation, we are a 20,000 sq foot 4 attraction indoor Haunted House downtown Indianapolis Indiana. You may be wondering why you have never heard of House of Trepidation, well see 2015 was the first year that this warehouse was opened for the public to see. We bring to you more than 100 years of combined Pro-Haunt experience. With several thousand guests visiting us annually. Trepidation is a MUST SEE ATTRACTION! Voted #2 in the state of Indiana for 2018!
Our Creator offers some of the most detailed scenes and sets ever shown in a commercial Haunted Attraction. The scenes, sets and environment will instantly immerse you into the surroundings. House of Trepidation will make a FRIGHTFULLY great experience for all of our visitors. When visiting, if you run into a line of guests, we offer covered and indoor waiting. Online and walk up ticket sales both are available. We suggest arriving early, as House of Trepidation in Indianapolis is home to Dr. Eugene Irving Belle and he is quickly becoming a very popular Doctor. 2015 had proven to be the beginning of the end for visitors of Dr. Belle and House of Trepidation.
Belle is the creator of the trapped demons, spirits, ghouls and ghosts that are found wandering throughout. House of Trepidation has become a natural outlet for many years of brewing spirits left behind from Dr. Belle’s medical and science experiments. Every September there will is a hazy glow coming from 1929 S Meridian Street in Indianapolis, as the doors to Dr. Belle’s warehouse open to the public, for the first time in nearly 70 years.
There hasn’t been a patients seen in Trepidation in several decades, but they can certainly be heard, just as soon as the sun goes down. Indianapolis has become host to all the EVIL energy that resulted from all of Belle’s failed experiments. Come out and see what all the screams are about. Upon your arrival you will be greeted with creepy laughs and blood-curdling cry’s for help. As you enter Belle’s crazed nightmare make sure to always pay attention, as things are not always what they appear to be…