20 YEARS OF FEAR!
For the 20th anniversary of Wisconsin’s own Terror on the Fox, we’re bringing you a whole new vision of horror and fun! Your favorite Halloween tradition has been reborn – featuring never before seen attractions and fresh blood on the banks of the Fox River. A train has derailed into the woods – lighting fires, releasing souls, and opening untold darkness onto the unsuspecting people of Green Bay. You aren’t afraid of clowns or catacombs are you? You will find out when you come—that is, if you can make it all the way through the terror.
Long ago, a circus train carrying a band of clowns headed for Milwaukee derailed and cast the motley gang into the woods by the river – killing some and disfiguring the remainder. The survivors were thrown into the darkness and abandoned for dead, turning hungry and vengeful as the townsfolk came to gawk at the wreckage. Starving, disgruntled and out for vengeance, the clowns turned cannibalistic and commandeered an abandoned slaughterhouse to lure unwitting hikers and adventurers into their trap. If you’ve never seen a chainsaw wielding disfigured clown, you haven’t really lived…or died. Dare to discover your destiny at the Slaughter House and hopefully live to tell the tale!
Wisconsin has sent all of their criminals, demented souls, and asylum patients to live out their days at an old house down the tracks. But, the group of misfits grew restless and took control of the old house – creating a place of anarchy, debauchery and the darkest of secrets. And any curious soul that has set out to discover what lurks inside has been met with a terminal fate. Even law enforcement dares not step on the property. Rumors claim that beneath the house exists catacombs containing real human bones and “sewing” rooms where flesh is used to create horrifying masks and clothing. And behind the house lies murky swamps that hide the remains of visitors past. Dare you journey through the house to discover the secrets that lurk within?
September 23-24, 30; October 1, 7-8, 14-16, 20-23, 26-31; November 4-5
2016 Terror on the Fox will be open the following dates:
September 23, 24 & 30 | 7:00 pm* – 11:30 pm
October 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 20-22, 28, 29 & 31 | 7:00 pm* – 11:30 pm
October 16, 23, 26, 27 & 30 | 7:00 pm* – 10:30 pm
November 4 & 5 – BLACKOUT Special Event
Kid's MatineeSpecial Kids Matinees, Noon to 4:00 pm, on October 9 & 23.
Kids Day matinee is a lights on family friendly event. $5 admission
*Ticket booth opens at 6:30 pm; attractions open at 7:00 pm.
GENERAL ADMISSION $25.00 plus tax
Includes: Parking, Train ride, Walk thru the woods, and BOTH haunted attractions!
FAST PASS (VIP) LIMITED WAIT - $35.00 plus tax
The wait in the Fast Pass line will be approximately 1/3 of the wait in the General Admission line.
Fast Pass admission all gives guests access to our VIP area "Camp Ash" with Fire Pit, VIP Bathrooms and Hot Apple Cider (while supplies last).
We offer a "Lights On" daytime performance with less scary for the little ones.
Lights on, Rated G
$5.00 per person
Noon to 4:00 pm, on October 9 & 23.
October 9th, 23rd
Noon - 4 PM
5 - 12
BLACKOUT November 4th & 5th!
Terror on the Fox is located at the National Railroad Museum, 2285 South Broadway in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
From Appleton, Oshkosh & Fond du Lac:
1. Take 41 North to the Ashland Avenue Exit.
2. Go North about 4.5 miles to Pilgrim Way and take a right.
3. Go to the end of Pilgrim Way and take a left on Broadway.
4. We are on the right side of the road about a quarter of a mile down - look for the parking signs.
From Manitowoc, Milwaukee & Sheboygan:
1. Take 43 North to the 172 Exit.
2. Follow 172 over the big blue bridge and take the Ashland/Holmgren Exit.
3. At the end of the ramp, take a right and follow Pilgrim Way through the traffic lights to the end of the road.
4. Take a left on Broadway.
5. We are on the right side of the road about a quarter of a mile down - look for the parking signs.