Earthbound spirits still care about the planet, which is why haunted houses feature lights that suddenly go out and showers that shut off after three minutes. Feel the phantom power with today’s Groupon to Bronx Halloween Haunted House. Groupon customers may attend the private, Groupon-only haunted house on October 21–22 or visit during the regular season on October 26–31. Choose between the following options:
- For $5, you get one ticket with VIP access (a $10 value).
- For $9, you get two tickets with VIP access (a $20 value).
- For $15, you get four tickets with VIP access (a $40 value).<p>
Kids less than 4-feet tall are admitted for $5.
Touted as one of NYC’s Best Halloween Haunted Houses by NYC 10 Best, Bronx Halloween Haunted House spooks visitors with elaborate set designs and creepy cast members. Skip straight past the line and lead a scared sweetie or a ghoulish gang through the indoor-outdoor fright fest and its horror-ridden hallways, sneaking past claustrophobia-inducing coffins, perilous pits, and skeletons tangled up in cobwebs and piles of I-9 tax documents. It’s perfect for aspiring actors or auctioneers searching for an acceptable place to practice blood-curdling screams. This year’s adventure also invites younger thrill-seekers to a “seek-n-peek” attraction that promises age-appropriate scares, and the hair-raising haunt shows its heart by donating all proceeds from the event to the Liberty Development Community Center.
Bronx Haunted House
Deemed one of NYC's 10 Best Halloween Haunted Houses by NYC 10 Best, Bronx Haunted House offers bone-chilling frights across a terrifying labyrinth that weaves through indoors and outdoors. While navigating the twists and turns of a dark maze, 6–10 guests encounter cobwebs and skeletons, pausing to process heart-pounding sounds such as the bloodcurdling screams of crazed Justin Bieber fans. Actors dressed as zombies hide in dark corners before lunging convincingly at passersby attempting to escape the haunted establishment unscathed. The actors and creators of the haunt aren't actually monsters; they donate all proceeds from the annual event to charity.