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From our sponsors at FrightTown:
October 3-November 1, 2014 (Closed Mondays & Tuesdays)
7-10 p.m. Weeknights | 7-11 p.m. Friday & Saturday
Special Hours 10/18 & 10/25: 6-11 p.m.
$22; $17 w/ Coupon (some Blackout Dates Apply)
More info on Group Rates, Coupons, Return Passes: frighttown.com | Facebook
Hands down the number #1 haunted attraction in Oregon by size, ratings and popularity, FrightTown is three huge haunted houses together, beneath the Veterans Memorial Coliseum at the Rose Quarter.
Our three haunts offer something for every scare-seeker! The longest running haunted house in Oregon, BARON VON GOOLO’S MUSEUM OF HORRORS returns with its trademark menagerie of ghoulies and ghosties and long-leggedy beasties. You may survive the man-eating plants and killer clowns, but nothing can prepare you for Baron’s latest exhibit, Anti Claus’ Sweaty Lap Of Holiday Misery!
Last year’s smash hit based on the works of horror author H.P. Lovecraft, FrightTown presents THE MADNESS, an immersive descent into a world of tentacled, cosmic horror where mankind is food at best.
New this year is THE WITCH HOUSE, located in the F.Y.F.S Warehouse, a long deserted and burnt out skeleton of a building where a demonic cult has holed up to practice their witchcraft in the dark, secret halls. It is your mission to enter the warehouse after S.W.A.T. teams have failed to report back, and verify the rumors of cultists savagely maiming and killing any outsiders that dare to interrupt their conjuring.
FrightTown is open every Wednesday through Sunday starting October 3rd, with a special night on November 1st for DIA DE LOS MUERTOS. Weekends can be very popular so to take advantage of the shortest lines, please come early in the evening, and/or on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
We do not have posted age restrictions but, come on, we’re a haunted house. FrightTown may be too intense for young children and there are no refunds. It’s like Baron Von Goolo has always said, you can pay for a babysitter tonight or a therapist tomorrow.
Art Show: As part of its 10th anniversary celebration, FrightTown is bringing back its own Art Show, curated by Sequential Art Gallery. In between getting the bejeezus scared out of them, haunt-goers can enjoy a juried, horror-themed art show.
See FrightTown FAQs at frighttown.com.