Creepy Ridge

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520 Falmouth St., Williamstown, KY 41097 520 Falmouth St., Williamstown Directions
+18597504995
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The next time you head to Williamstown, KY, don't forget a dosage of culture within the walls of Creepy Ridge. When you're ready for a new experience, stop by here and get acquainted with some culture.

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Report | 5 years ago
Hilarious fun! Totally worth the 45 minute drive up from Lexington!
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Report | 5 years ago
It was a great haunted hay ride with a fun spooky haunted house. The costumes were really good. The haunted house was small but I could definitely see this place as being one of the big ones in a year or so. The characters were awesome in interacting with the audience too. I'd def go back!!
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Not very good...not scarry...
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While the Titanic won the title of the largest ship of its day, it’s still helping to break records 100 years after its fatal voyage. That’s because Creepy Ridge’s trifecta of haunted attractions includes a replica of the ship's cabin, and it’s currently being verified as the world’s largest hay wagon by the Guinness Book of World Records. You'll start your terrifying journey inside the ship, encountering the ghosts of many of the vessel's lost souls before docking and checking in to the Death Row Haunted Motel. There, you'll come face-to-face with other horrors, such as tiny toiletries that replenish themselves every time you leave. Should you survive long enough to check out, magic shows from Allen the Astonisher await to awe and inspire every half hour, and a nearby concession booth serves up hot dishes and drinks such as funnel cakes, hot chocolate, and cookies.

Proceeds from the night’s attractions go to help the Arc of Northern Kentucky’s mission to help provide opportunities to special-needs children.

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