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The Beast Haunted House - a total sensory experience
The Beast claws its way annually to hold the title of one of the scariest haunted houses in the U.S. since its launch in 1991 with the nation’s first “open format design”.
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Visitors get a 4D experience using their senses and wits to find their way through its open format design, experience dramatic scenes to escape the lurking threats of voodoo, a live alligator, werewolves and other angry monsters. The warehouse floors of thrills include a dynamic scare cast, special effects, holograms, and more.
At the Beast, you are not just looking at the scene, you are part of the action! Your journey could take 40 minutes if your senses don’t deceive you or it could take around an hour if you get lost in the foggy Werewolf Forest, stuck in the maze, or pulled toward the light in the three-story light tower. The exit is a four-story slide, it's straight down or you may prefer to just jump out a second-story window (due to weather conditions, the window jump isn’t always available).
You’ll experience a range of scenes – where thunder and lightning will make your hair stand on end, the cobblestone streets of Jack the Ripper's London will haunt you, and then there are the animals – a raging wolf and the blood thirsty alligator in the swamp, and you won’t catch a break with the deranged pirate or the man-hunting lion will be on your trail.
The Beast gets better every year, with new unexpected twists. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. If children under 10 have frequent nightmares -- they're not ready. And if you're unwilling to be videotaped or have serious phobias, heart conditions, or pregnant then do not attempt entering the Beast.
Note: While our mission is to scare and our joy is to frighten guests for fun and laughter, we maintain a safe environment including contracting with the Fire Marshall, extra police, security, and a range of video technology throughout the venues.