Texas October 06, 2019
A Stranger Things Funhouse Is Coming To Texas This Month
Stranger Things isn’t just a kids’ show…at least, that’s what we tell ourselves while re-watching every season for the umpteenth time. If you’re a fan, don’t miss this epic Upside Down-themed funhouse in Webster this month.
Putt-Putt FunHouse first opened its doors in 1979, exactly 40 years ago. Originally housing only a miniature golf course and a few popcorn machines, this long-standing Bay Area attraction has changed drastically over the past half-century.
It now includes a vast array of family fun activities, including themed celebrations for holidays. One such event making its debut later this week is an epic Halloween extravaganza guaranteed to entertain all ages.
Every weekend in October, the funhouse is getting a Stranger Things makeover. It will bear a shocking resemblance to the popular Netflix series from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday-Sunday evenings.
It will be a scavenger hunt of sorts, in which participants are required to locate cards depicting the show's main characters. Anything is possible in the Upside Down, so thinking outside the box is a must if you want to emerge victorious.
Prepare to navigate a labyrinth that twists and turns on itself, replacing once-accessible pathways with solid brick walls. Nothing is as it seems down here, so good luck finding your way out.
Ferocious monsters wait around every corner, their gaping mouths lined with endless rows of razor-sharp teeth. It's essential to fight them off so you don't run out of time and end up trapped in the Upside Down...forever.
Upon completion, winners may choose between candy and Eggo waffles for their prize. Which do you prefer?
Other activities include bumper cars and boats, rock climbing, and the iconic mini golf course. Special discounts are offered every weekend, so keep the fun going all day long!
Visit the business’
website or Facebook page to learn more.
Will you be entering the Upside Down this month? If so, be sure and let us know how the experience goes. Check out our previous article for more Halloween attractions you can’t miss:
The 13 Most Terrifying, Spooky Places To Visit In Texas This Halloween.
Address: 806 E NASA Pkwy, Webster, TX 77598, USA