NOTE: This is a 2015 listing. All information listed pertains to 2015 only and does not apply to 2016.

Olin Park High: Attack of the Rabid Rabbit

Visit Website

OLIN PARK HIGH: ATTACK OF THE RABID RABBIT is the best valued haunted house in Madison. don't be fooled in thinking this is an Easter Egg hunt because of the rabbit this is a scary Haunted School House Located in the park shelter on top of the hill at Olin Park. This is our 19th year running the haunted house. It typically takes 30 minutes to an hour to go through depending on the line. We recommend this for ages 12 and up but you know as a parent if your child is ready to go through a haunted house. Please follow our Facebook page for updates and videos. Every night we have people say it's too scary so come see for yourself!

It is run by the Madison Metro Jaycees and the purpose is to raise money for The Road Home, an organization dedicated to helping homeless families in Madison get back on their feet.

Olin Park High: Attack of the Rabid Rabbit
On October 1st, while Frank, the school custodian, was taking out the trash, a little rabbit snuck through the back door of the school and made its way to the teachers’ lounge. The next day when Mrs. Payne, the school nurse, went to get her morning coffee, she saw the cute little rabbit. The nurse brought it to Prof. Edwards, the chemistry teacher. What Mrs. Payne didn’t know was that Prof. Edwards was secretly experimenting on wild animals that had uncommon diseases. Prof. Edwards placed the rabbit in a cage before he left that night so he could begin testing the next day.

The following day, when Prof. Edwards arrived at his classroom, he noticed that all of his animals were missing and that the metal rabbit cage had been torn apart. What he didn’t know was that the cute little rabbit ate all the other animals in the room and grew ten times in size. The monstrous rabbit went to each room of the school, infecting everyone in its path. The rabbit’s highly contagious mutation spread like wildfire throughout the school overnight. By the next day, all the students and teachers were contaminated.

The infected rabbit still roams the school today. We need to find someone brave enough to track down The Rabid Rabbit so it can be brought in for testing. Do you have the courage to join us on this spine-chilling adventure?

NOTE: This is a 2015 listing. All information listed pertains to 2015 only and does not apply to 2016.

2015 Dates & Times

October 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 29, 30

7pm - 10pm All nights.

Special Halloween Matinee on the 31st 3pm-6pm.

Cost & Discounts

$9 per person

More Information

How to Find Us

 

Directions

From the Beltline take the John Nolen Drive exit. The park is on the right hand side about 1/2 from the exit. Please park by the boat launch but not in the exclusive boat parking. The house is at the top of the hill.

Address

Olin Park
1156 Olin-Turvill Ct.
Madison WI 53715

Latitude / Longitude

43.054250 / -89.377220

County

Dane

Get Directions

Get Directions on Google maps

Alternate Map

View another map

  • Nearby Events

    September 30 - October 31 

    Wisconsin Scayland

    Waunakee

    Wisconsin Scaryland: Madison's Premier Haunted Attraction is a professional haunted house designed by Madison's Halloween prop company: Halloween FX. Wisconsin Scaryland is made up of three haunted attractions: The Hotel, The Mineshaft, and Carnevil. One ticket to Wisconsin Scaryland gives the you access to all three haunts. Each haunt runs ...

    READ MORE WEBSITE EMAIL

    September 23 - October 29 

     

    The Haunted Barn Stoughton

    Stoughton

    *Voted #1 Haunted Attraction in S.W. Wisconsin 2010, 2011 and 2015! Visitor Choice Awards* Thank you! Looking for a scary good time this fall? Don’t miss this year’s “Orphans of the Harvest Moon”! It was late fall when the orphanage closed, and no one noticed the children that had been ...

    READ MORE WEBSITE EMAIL

    View All Nearby Events

ad-header