Haunted houses are just regular houses, but instead of the love of a family, they are stuffed with skeletons. Go from heartwarming to bone chilling with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $35 for two RIP passes to the Haunted House and the Field of Fright at Sleepy Hollow (a $70 value)
- $65 for four RIP passes to the Haunted House and the Field of Fright at Sleepy Hollow (a $140 value)
- $95 for six RIP passes to the Haunted House and the Field of Fright at Sleepy Hollow (a $210 value)
Though the hayride is not included, guests can purchase tickets onsite for an additional fee of $10.
Built in 1888, Malfate Manor was ominously dubbed “the house in the hollow” by neighborhood children privy to its eerie history and paranormal happenings. Several members of the Malfate family met untimely ends within the home’s walls, and legend maintains that their spirits never left. Numerous businesses tried to establish themselves in the manor—including a hotel, a funeral parlor, and an asylum—but each fell into ruin after a series of malicious, unexplained phenomena, and the home was abandoned in the hollow during the 1960s.
Tours now explore those ghostly halls throughout the month of October, leading guests as young as 6 through the mansion’s 17 rooms, underground cellar, and backyard cemetery. Instead of using chainsaws and gory violence to shock audiences, the tours rely on the house’s naturally spooky ambience to help create a spine-tingling journey through cobweb-lined corridors and secret passages that lead to printouts of the house’s subprime-mortgage agreement. Virtually every room includes an exit, allowing guests to leave the tour if they become too frightened.
Afterwards, brave guests can march through the Field of Fright’s dark cornfield path to discover what is lurking between the menacing stalks. Along the way, they will see live entertainment surrounding bonfires. Refreshments and other Halloween-themed activities will also be available.
Midnight Productions stages professional theater performances with an emphasis on special effects and technical splendor. This commitment to impressive displays of lighting, sound, and scenery characterizes the company's annual productions, which include a run of Jesus Christ Superstar and a thrilling haunted house in Newtown.