Reign of Terror

Reign of Terror is a haunted attraction where all eight themes are connected–as you exit one attraction, you immediately enter the next. Each maze is designed to target a different part of your deepest fears.

  • Reign of Terror
  • Janss Marketplace; 197 N. Moorpark Rd, Thousand Oaks; Above Gold’s Gym
  • Group Setting for All Mazes
  • No Contact; Heavy Use of Animatronics;
  • A very fun traditional haunt with jump scares
  • Great entry haunt for younger children and families
  • Lights on tour is offered for those who want to see the detail

Reign of Terror is open every Halloween Season. They also usually do a single night on Valentine’s Day.


More about Reign of Terror

Reign of Terror takes roughly 20-25 minutes to walk through all eight attractions and 95 interconnected rooms. The eight are: Haunted House, Miner’s Revenge, The Asylum, Infected, Backwoods, Fun House, Casa Blood, and Quarantine. The scares are traditional jump scares, coming from dark corners, animatronic dummies, and hidden spaces. As you move from attraction to attraction, actors control the flow to prevent the classic “conga line” syndrome that other larger haunted houses can suffer from. The line can also be long, so consider upgrading to the VIP ticket. Final note: they only accept cash at the door, so purchase online.

Have little-ones or just want to look at all the detail? Then the Lights On Tour is for you! During these limited special times only, guests can walk through this haunt without the monsters present, no scary special effects turned on, no darkness, but all the regular lights are on so you can see everything! Purchase Lights On Tour tickets at the box office on the same day you want to tour. Lights On Tours run continuously between 1:00 PM -4:00 PM only on the last two Saturdays of the season.

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