Haunted House / Haunt: An immersive walkthrough / maze designed expressly to scare audience members, typically built to run during the Halloween season.
Haunts are extremely popular with audiences around the world. The thrill of being scared, the endlessly inventive horror theming, and the creative monster designs are only a few of the reasons audiences have grown over the years. The only agency audience members have during a typical haunt, however, is the ability to progress through the attraction and whether or not the creatures found inside scare them.
Browse the company guide below to find haunts that might interest you. Scroll to the bottom to find our intensity guide.
Haunted houses / haunts are always horror-themed, and thus, start at an intensity level 2 due to this intention to scare you. Audiences can find a vast range in scope of haunts though, ranging from Halloween weekend home haunts to season-long theme park horror takeovers. If you enjoy the theme parks like Six Flag’s Fright Fest, Knott’s Scary Farm, or Halloween Horror Nights, why don’t you give some of the smaller, innovative haunts a try? If you’ve done them all, try out some home haunts. Finally, it’s important to note that we have the Griffith Park Ghost Train listed as a level 1 intensity because this event is aimed at young children and families alike. This is a wonderful event and should be experienced by all.
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