Due to the large number of ghosts they can hold, haunted houses are consistently scarier than cursed sleeping bags, possessed lean-tos, and ectoplasmic studio apartments. Go where the ghouls are with this Groupon.
- for admission for one (up to value)
- Click here for a list of available dates
In addition to enjoying access to three haunted houses, attendees can listen to live music, meet with roaming monsters, and explore other creepy activities. View the hours to plan your visit.
The event is not recommended for children under age 13.
Rob Zombie's Great American Nightmare
When Rob Zombie set out to create the Great American Nightmare, he knew exactly where to go for ideas: his own movies. He and his spooky-smart team of technical wizards created three haunted houses, each inspired by one of the director's terrifying cinematic works. Haunt of 1,000 Corpses brings to life the horrors of exploitation film House of 1,000 Corpses. Thrill-seekers wander through a recreation of the movie's "Museum of Monsters & Madmen" before hopping on the Murder Ride, which puts them nose to nose with notorious serial killers. Inspired by Zombie's 2012 indie film Lords of Salem, Lords of Salem In Total Blackout toys with claustrophobia, fear of the dark, and the heightening of one's senses while wandering a maze. Lastly, guests don Chromadepth glasses to explore the world of animated horror-comedy romp El Superbeasto, immersing themselves in a world of vivid images, bawdy humor, and surprises that lurk around every technicolor corner.
Between attractions, or while waiting for nerves to settle, guests can wander up and down the Bloody Boulevard and take in other spooky sights. Each evening, the Great American Nightmare also hosts adrenaline-boosting musical acts.
“It was good.”
“Really creative, especially the 3d part.”
“Don't be afraid to scream, lol”