2019 Portland Halloween Kids Monster Fest @ Veterans Coliseum | The Lighter Side of the Scare, Featuring Special Flashlights That Scare Monsters, 2 Haunts, Prizes

From our sponsors:
Kids Monster Fest
October 25-27 and 31, 2019
1-4p | $5-$8 | All Ages
More info: kidsmonsterfest.com

Veterans Coliseum
300 N Winning Way, Portland, OR 97227

Kids Monster Fest is a kid-friendly (children 12 and under) Haunted House experience at Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Open October 25, 26, 27 and 31. Admission is $8, but for families as low as $5.

Produced by the same team as Underhill Haunted House, but toned down for children and adults who want the lighter side of the scare. Guests receive magical flashlights upon entry that when shined on a monster scared the monster away! Fun prizes at the end of the experience.

, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

3 Responses to 2019 Portland Halloween Kids Monster Fest @ Veterans Coliseum | The Lighter Side of the Scare, Featuring Special Flashlights That Scare Monsters, 2 Haunts, Prizes

  1. Meagen October 12, 2019 at 7:19 pm #

    Would love to take my kids to this being a single mom is not so easy to go out an do fun exciting things when almost everything cost money.

  2. CB October 27, 2019 at 8:30 am #

    Heed this warning! YOU MUST HAVE PAPER TICKETS IN ADVANCE…. I waited in line with 2 little kids for well over an hour only to find out that tickets are not sold at the door and they were not taking E-tickets, paper tickets only. We ran upstairs to the “boxoffice” to then be told that it’s the wrong boxoffice, the only one to sell them was the “other” boxoffice. We ran to the other boxoffice to then be told that the event was officially over as it was now 2 minutes after 4pm and they no longer could sell us tickets, even after all we had been through and the fact that there was still a line waiting to get into the event. No where on the website did it say you had to buy tickets in advance, nor that they were only accepting paper tickets. We did not get in… 2 hours wasted trying. The only positive was that I got my $15 refunded from the parking garage. Lesson had by all about poor event management.

  3. Suzie October 29, 2019 at 1:47 am #

    Monsters were way too scary for young kids. They were more like zombies and creepy clowns than “monsters” like we were expecting. Going on night 2 of a screaming 4 year old at 2 am. So thanks for terrorizing my kid for life w false advertising.

Leave a Reply