Terrorville

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10160 Forest Hill Circle, Manassas, VA 20110 10160 Forest Hill Circle, Manassas Directions
+17035933173
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Embrace difference when you visit the premier cultural site of Manassas' Terrorville, VA. Here you can learn about different global cultures so head on over today and enjoy a weekend of fun.

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Report | 5 years ago
It was totally disorganized and awful. We left before the hayride began Because we stood in line (we were the first people in line!) for more than a half hour bc we did not upgrade to the paintball option. Luckily this went to charity, but what an embarrassing event For the organizer!
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Report | 5 years ago
Had a great time! Very nicely done and good fun for the whole family. Can't wait to go back next year!
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Report | 5 years ago
The attractions were too short-lived. The employees were nice and made it fun, but the attractions need to be developed further. Having been to Field of Screams in MD, I was expecting something similar. I would go back to Field of Screams but not to Terrorville.
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Report | 5 years ago
This event was a huge disappointment. 1 to 10...I give it a 2. Last year I went to Fright Night in Ashburn, VA which although it is run by a church, was extremely terrifying. I guess since the Ashburn event was so scary and well done I figured all other haunted trails would be the same...WRONG. Ashburn's event had a bonfire, music, tv screen, concessions, hayride, about 9 different themed haunted houses. All in all Terrorville was a highly disappointing compared to the only other haunted trail I have to compare it to...If your thinking of going...drive the few extra miles and just go to Ashburn. ((This is all my personal opinion. Take it or leave it.))
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Report | 5 years ago
Although it was a lot of fun, it was not as scary as we had hoped for a group of teenage boys. The hayride is nice, but the paintball shooting at the zombies was lacking. There were very few zombies and you just sat on the ride and sort of shot into the dark. I think this part could be left out of the event and it would not be missed. The haunted walk back from the hayride was fun, but no really scary at all. I think our boys had the most fun with the Zombie tag game at the end.
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Report | 5 years ago
Not scary at all and it's not worth any money! :/ The walk is shorter than 20 min.
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Report | 5 years ago
Terrorville was a dissapointment. We didn't know that we had limited time to shoot the zombies, and the walk was amatourish. The bon fire was good, but no goodies/marshmellows, nothing for you to enjoy. I spent too much money and took people and we all gave it thumbs down. They should stick to the paint ball and not do terrorville.
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Report | 5 years ago
Poor customer service, waste of time&money :(
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Report | 5 years ago
There was more screaming than actual displays, etc. but there were a few good parts too. I would not pay the full admission price. There was also a little girl on our hayride who was hysterically crying the entire time so that part wasn't very enjoyable.
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Every Halloween, the thick woods and playing fields at Pev's Paintball Park suffer an unholy infestation. Zombies, ghosts, and demonic clowns pop out from behind every tree, and these new inhabitants know the area by one name: Terrorville. Trespassers brush the hay from their jeans as they disembark from wagons, unaware of the dangers that await them on Walk of Terror. Insane criminals and cursed spirits cry out from the shadows, warning of the torments that lie ahead. The dead pop free from their caskets, ghouls rattle chain link fences, and gross cobwebs get in everyone's mouths.

Others may choose to fight back, readying paintball markers to dispense with the undead hordes at the Zombie Paintball Shoot. The kid-friendly Monster Encounter tasks players to zap as many hiding monsters as they can with laser-tag guns, and the Zombie Rumble tests visitors to protect their flag belts from cold, grasping hands.

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