Ghosts prefer haunting mansions because of the dark corridors, creepy antiques, and supernatural butlers willing to turn down their sheets after outfitting them with eyeholes. Explore otherworldly opulence with today's Groupon to Moxley Manor in Bedford. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get two regular-admission tickets (a $30 value).
- For $40, you get four Fast SCREAM! VIP passes (an $80 value). Fast SCREAM! passes allow guests to skip ahead to the front of the line.
The haunted house runs from September 16 through October 31; check the website for specific dates and times.
Moxley Manor's grotesqueries and effects scare passersby as they wander through the recesses of an intimate haunted house that tells a chilling narrative tale. Jump into the arms of unwitting strangers as strobe lights, loud noises, and images of puppies refusing to play fetch cause hearts to pound and adrenaline levels to spike. As the 20-minute scream-a-thon progresses, actors dressed in full-costume move rhythmically through the manse's rooms. Tight spaces induce terror as velvety fog confuses the senses, yet philanthropic feelings act as beacons through the darkness, as all proceeds benefit The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Groupon holders who choose the VIP speed pass tickets can skip to the front of any lines, enabling earlier access to shriek fodder. Although all ages are welcome, Moxley Manor recommends its scares for guests 10 and older, or those who have had a metalsmith replace their nerves with steel.
The haunted house runs from September 16–October 31; check the website for specific dates and times.
Moxley Manor Haunted House
As the doors of Moxley Manor Haunted House creak open, guests may find themselves unsure of where truth ends and legend begins. Walking down foggy hallways and surrounded by disorienting strobe lights, they’re immersed in the haunting, real-life tale of the ill-fated Moxley family—all brutally murdered by a coldhearted mistress. These horrific events are brought to life by a cast of talented actors toting roaring chainsaws, severed heads, and the bodies of long-dead houseplants.
The charitable staffers at Moxley Manor Haunted House scare the dickens out of their guests for a good cause—the haunted house’s proceeds benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The Moxley Manor also opens its doors to murder and mayhem on a few of the less spooky holidays, including Christmas and Valentine's Day.