Choose from Four Options
- $45 for admission to an interactive zombie experience for two ($80 value)
- $79 for admission to an interactive zombie experience for four ($160 value)
- $145 for admission to an interactive zombie experience for eight ($320 value)
- $59 for admission to an interactive zombie experience for two, plus gear for one ($130 value)
Participants are guided through an interactive course filled with lunging bloodthirsty zombies. If they can make it through the haunted-house-style scares, visitors can arm themselves with paintball markers to fight back. The fourth option’s gear includes an official Zombie Works T-shirt, a zombie antidote, camouflage overalls, and a black-light flashlight.
In July of 2014, Dr. Timothy Lietz admitted a patient suffering from a mysterious disease to his lab. Although she should have been dead—all her vital signs were virtually absent, save for a trickle of brain activity—the former medical student suffered from violent fits and, well, episodes of biting. The violent virus soon spread to the rest of the staff, including Dr. Lietz, as evidenced in the doctor's haunting audio logs. The disease has since spread, creating hordes of what are now recognized as zombies. Visitors to Zombie Works, located at Dosser Works paintball arena, have one mission: take out the zombies. Armed with paintball guns, the spooked survivors must take on scores of the undead, who succumb just as quickly to the impact of paintballs as they do to an axe in the skull or a very loud recording of the guitar solo from "Crazy Train."