Northern California October 15, 2018
This Pirate Themed Haunted House In Northern California Will Make You Go Frighteningly Mad
It’s that special time of year when haunted houses start cropping up all over the place. You only have a few weeks to take advantage of these spook-tacular places, so you better start planning a trip to one soon. If you’re the type of person that seeks out the scariest, creepiest haunts, you’ll want to check out the pirate themed haunted house featured below. This place is a Northern California staple and has been providing spectacular scares to locals for decades. In fact, some would say it’s the most frightening haunted house in the state. Do you think you could handle it?
The first thing that comes to mind when you think of a haunted house is probably a big, old-looking spooky mansion. The place featured here is far from the traditional haunted house you'd typically imagine. Instead, visitors of this attraction meander through a pirate themed park, complete with enough scares to make you sufficiently frightened!
Pirates of Emerson is a unique haunted attraction located in Pleasanton. For 27 years this haunted theme park has been considered the go-to place in Northern California during the month of October. This place is much more than your average run-of-the-mill haunted house and you're about to see why.
At Pirates of Emerson, visitors will be entering an environment in which they are actually part of the scenes. Special effects, robotics, animation, and interaction are all utilized in order to make you feel like you're truly
in the world of the haunted park.
All in all, this place features five thrilling haunted attractions including "Pyscho Path", "The Haunted", "Holiday Horror", "Pirates of Emerson", and "Prison Panic". Additionally, each night also offers live music, mazes, a "misfortune teller", and much more frightening entertainment.
As you walk through the attractions, you can't help but feel as if you've been transported to some sort of terrifying world where ghosts and ghouls lurk around every corner. Pirates of Emerson prides itself in
not using blood and guts to have an effect on people. However, they warn that the attraction is "extremely scary" and not recommended for children under 13 years old.
It makes sense that this attraction has been going strong for 27 years. This is truly a unique experience that you can't get anywhere else in the state. Tickets are $35 at the door and $30 online, with discounts for groups, additional walkthroughs, and "landlubbers" (those who wish to just enjoy the atmosphere and entertainment, without partaking in the attractions).
Pirates of Emerson is open to the public on certain days of the week through October. They'll be open from the October 18 through October 21, October 25 through October 28, and October 30 through October 31. Be sure to snag tickets soon because this is a highly anticipated attraction that you don't want to miss!
For more information, check out the Pirates of Emerson website
What do you think? Will you be paying a visit to this themed haunted house any time soon? Take a look at our list of
10 Horribly Creepy Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do In Northern California for more spooky destinations to check out in the Golden State!