It was fun, full of scares! Great staff!
It was ok , long lines. Well done set though. Wish there was a hay ride.
Scarier and louder music. Take more advantage of wood areas
I thought it was ok, not that scary though. Need more scary characters coming out to scare everyone. Waiting in line long b/c there was not enough characters to show u through the woods so one group had to go at a time
Confusion finding where to go after parking. No signs directing you. Had games and food and stuff which was cool but more for kids not for adults.
not very scary, very long wait for the "Village" which turned out to be completely lame. The Psycho Path was OK though.
The wait was entirely too long, stood in line more than 45 mins for each. the psycho path was kinda cool, but the village was just lame.
Not enough staff to scare people, and no gore at all. The village was a group tour and just story telling. More comedic than anything. Waste of money
It was really fun but not scary... Kinda short. Really glad I only spent $10... Definitely not worth $20 for two attractions
It was targeted towards children any adult would lose interest.
From Our Editors
Festival of Fears sends tingles down spines with its host of fright actors and spooky settings. This haunted festival combines two attractions, Village and the Psycho-Path into one evening of spooks. Evil clowns, zombies, and chainsaw-wielding maniacs torment all those who dare to wander down the twisted paths. If you survive the frights, stick around the VE Club for food, music, and games, with proceeds going toward the Greater Philadelphia Cancer Support Community.
Festival Of Fears