Please note: this review is for the 2004 season rather than the current season.
after attending on Saturday, October 9, 2004 at about 3:15 p.m.
Submitted: Sunday, October 10, 2004
Signage / Visibility / Location
We have been there many times before, so it was routine to us. Following the directions makes it really easy. The only bad thing is that there are barely any street lights so it's hard to see the street signs. Otherwise, most of the turns you make are at stop signs, etc... when you have time to look around and see what streets you are on! The building is pretty lit up and there are people helping park so it is easy to see where the haunt is.
Wait Area / Line Entertainment
We waited in the gymnasium, which was nice. It was warm with plenty of chairs to sit in. They had a vending area with anything from nachos and soft pretzels to hot dogs and cookies! If you are running late and want to get there before the rush, don't bother eating...they have plenty of food! There were also video games lining the wall.
We only waited for about 30 minutes. We got there before a longer line of people started showing up. (Rule of thumb-If you want to get into the haunted house sooner, show up earlier.) If you are in a smaller group(2-3), you might be in luck...they make sure you have a group of 8 going in to the haunted house. We only had a group of 6 so they asked around for a group of 2 to join us. So if you are in a smaller group, you can usually get in right away!
The actors were great! I loved it. This was so much better than last year. They improved a lot! The props were great and the actors were awesome. They put a lot of work into this haunted house and you can tell. Great job all around!!!
They go by the numbers on the tickets, so don't just start forming a line. They will call off the numbers they are looking for and write them down on the board. Just make sure you are listening to what's going on!!
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