Pennsylvania Creepy October 09, 2017
Pennsylvania’s Most Notorious Haunted House Is Even Scarier This Year — Here’s Why
Does the sight of a clown make make you break out in a cold sweat? Does your heart race when you turn every terrifying corner, not knowing what to expect next? Do you like to be scared? Yes? Yes! Then, you definitely won’t want to miss this longstanding haunted attraction – with plenty of new frights – in PA.
massive haunted house. Add bone chilling attractions and what do you have? The terrifyingly popular Shocktoberfest, named one of America's best haunted attractions by USA Today.
Climb aboard Shocktoberfest's newest attraction in 2017: Zombie Safari Hayride, where you can shoot the undead with paintball guns. Survive the zombies then head to...
The Prison of the Dead bus, which will take you straight to the terrifying 50,000 square foot haunted house. You'll come face-to-face with caged zombies and terror at every turn.
Enter the mysterious The Unknown 2.0 or grab your laser gun for a wild game of Zombie Laser Tag, two other wildly popular Shocktoberfest attractions.
Meet a few mad scientists. A magic potion will transform you into a real zombie then you'll be dropped right into one of the attractions, alongside the "real zombies," to frighten other visitors.
Be forewarned: Shocktoberfest is
not recommended for pregnant women and children six and under.
Tickets must be purchased for each attraction. Or, you can buy a combo pass, an all-access combo pass, or a the ultimate RIP pass.
Get the scare of a lifetime at Shocktoberfest. The haunted attraction welcomes guests Thursdays and Sundays in October from 7 to 9 p.m and Fridays and Saturdays from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. The ticket booth opens at 6 p.m. on those evenings.
94 Park Avenue
Sinking Spring, PA 19608
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