#1 Must-See Haunted Attraction - Haunted Attraction Magazine
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One of the Scariest Places on Earth – Travel Channel
Halloween Top Choice - Fright Times Magazine
Take a tour with the Zombie Safari Company. It’s the Zombie version of Jurassic Park. Now you can join the security team to insure the safety of the passengers. Be warned, there is an area of the tour where the Zombies are particularly restless and if you choose this option, you'll be given a gun to protect fellow passengers.
New for 2014! The Zombie Paintball Hayride is a new interactive themed area that is part of The Zombie Revenge Haunted Hayride. You may choose to ride as a rider without a gun or with a gun for an additional fee of $10 for use of gun and paintballs.
You will be given a flag football belt that represents your Brain, Heart, and Entrails. Run for your life through the hayride trails that are filled with Zombies that will try to eat your vital organs (capture your flags).
The Zombie Night Run has two waves each night. The first is at 7:00 PM and the second is at the end of the evening. There are no obstacles or mud (just lots of zombies!) Not a runner? No problem as long as you keep moving!
Created by Professor Strangeways and his dedicated assistant Malinda Montague, your journey into the Unknown will overwhelm your senses! Themed in Steampunk, you’ll encounter various fears and phobias augmented through the use of advance audio and 3D video technology. This haunted house is like no other in the world! But be warned, it is said the creators will stop at nothing to better understand what scares you!
Not scary enough for you? Then experience The Unknown with almost zero protection by taking the “Almost” Naked and Scared Challenge. If you’re brave enough, you can tour The Unknown in nothing but your underwear! This will heighten your vulnerability allowing the creators to take fear to a whole new level!
Please Note: The Almost Naked and Scared Challenge is an internationally recognized EXTREME haunted house experience. It is only available at the end of the evening after all guests have gone through the attraction in the regular option. You must be 18 years of age or older and must sign a waiver. You will enter with your group only. Limited tickets available each night. Security located throughout the attraction for your safety.
Take a tour through the now condemned Willow Glen State Penitentiary a.k.a Prison of the Dead. This massive 50,000 square foot mega haunted house is one of the largest in the East Coast! The facility was closed when they discovered the inhumane torture of the prisoners.
Prior to its closing Warden Shervon carried out the largest mass-murder suicide in the country leaving all the prisoners, guards, and the warden himself dead. It has been reopened for society to witness the horrors of the past. It is rumored the souls of the guards will mistake you for inmates and will try to incarcerate you while the souls of the prisoners will mistake you for guards and try to seek revenge. Either way, if you are not careful, your sentence will surely be DEATH!
Your tour will begin when you board an actual prison inmate bus that will transport you to the entrance of the Prison. How does it end? Come see for yourself
You will be transformed into a Zombie, taken to the Prison then stationed throughout the Prison where your instincts will take over infecting Visitors with the living dead virus.
The Zombie Experience tickets are limited and are sold on a first come basis.
More than just a haunted house, Shocktoberfest is a 27 acre Screampark loaded with activities for the whole night. Play games, enjoy some delicious food such as fresh cut French Fries, Funnel Cakes, Burgers, Pizza and Steak Sandwiches. And did we mention we have REAL restrooms!! No porta-potties here. But beware of the Scare Zones as there is no safe place at Shocktoberfest!!!
The Zombie Mud Run is the most amazing, heart pounding, adrenaline producing mud run you’ve ever experienced! The race course is complete with natural and man-made obstacles. To add an extra degree of challenge (and fun), we have added Zombies! You may sign up as a Human or a Zombie. The Humans run the race with a flag football belt. These three flags represent your vital organs. Zombies are stationed along the race course trying to eat your vital organs (capture your flags). If you finish the race with one or more of your flags, you survive. If Zombies capture all of your flags, you are infected with the living dead virus (or at least don’t win the race). Whether you survive or get infected, you are guaranteed to have a great time at the all-day Human Salvation Party!
New for this year – The Zombie Mud Run Junior, A specialty themed wave at 12:30 for awesome kids 12 and under along with their awesome parents! This is a great opportunity for families to participate together. Whether your kids love sports or not, they will have fun being active and accomplishing the run.
Register at www.thezombiemudrun.com
$20 $35 w/RIP Upgrade
$26 $41 w/RIP Upgrade
$45 $60 w/RIP Upgrade
$34 $49 w/RIP Upgrade
$40 $55 w/RIP Upgrade
The Zombie Paintball Hayride is a new interactive themed area that is part of The Zombie Revenge Haunted Hayride. You may choose to ride as a rider without a gun or with a gun for an additional fee of $10 for use of gun and paintballs.
The Unknown can be experienced regular or as the "Almost" Naked and Scared Challenge.
Pressed for time? Consider an RIP Upgrade to any of the passes above. An RIP Pass allows you to go to the front of the attraction lines!
Ticket Booth Open 6:00-9pm Ticket Booth Open 6:00-10pm
Ticket booth hours: 6:00-9:00pm on Thursday’s and Sunday’s, 6:00-10:00pm on Friday’s and Saturday’s.
ARRIVE EARLY! Attractions open at 7:00 pm. Shocktoberfest is not open on dates not color coded.
Online – Credit Card / Ticket Booth-Cash Only - onsite ATM
Shocktoberfest remains open until all guests experience all the attractions.
Not recommended for children under 6 years of age.
Shocktoberfest is open rain or shine. Zombie Revenge Haunted Hayride, Zombie Paintball Hayride and Zombie Night Run may close due to weather.
years in operation
people scared to death
minutes from Philly, NJ, & DE
Some people love to get scared, but everyone loves to see other people get scared!
So gather all your family, friends, church group, Scouts, classmates, teammates, co-workers, employees, fraternities and sororities and have one of the most memorable times of your life at Shocktoberfest.
Groups are welcome every night. If you have 15 people or more in your group, you can receive $10.00 off any regular or RIP Combo Pass. Plus the group organizer receives free admission. You must pre-register your group by emailing organizer’s name and arrival date to firstname.lastname@example.org
You may pay by cash, or check . There is ample parking for buses.
Hold your private party in Club Shock! Perfect for families, friends, co-workers, fraternities and sororities. Price includes an RIP Triple Combo Pass admission to your choice of attractions, reserved tables, and a “Boo”ffet catered by Konopelski Katering which includes food and beverages (BYOB). Group organizer receives free admission. 25 person minimum. $45.00 per person.
Pre-registration and payment required by emailing us at email@example.com
Shocktoberfest will supply your group with FREE Transportation with the purchase of any Combo Pass at regular price.
The bus will pick you up and drop you off. Bus holds 48 people. Your group size may be less however there is a minimum billing of 48. Slight additional fee if you are located more than an hour away.
Pre-registration and payment required by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Whether you have 2 or 200, the Inn at Reading and Shocktoberfest have created a Getaway trip that will keep your group screaming for more. Package includes discounts on rooms and tickets to Shocktoberfest.
Book your package by emailing: Cheryl Trussell at email@example.com
Do you think you can handle Shocktoberfest?
Shocktoberfest is conveniently located on Rt. 422 West of Reading in Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania. It is about an hour drive from Philadelphia, Allentown, York, and Harrisburg. It is easily accessible from Exit 286 on the PA Turnpike.
Shocktoberfest Physical Address: 94 Park Ave., Sinking Spring, PA 19608
Reading/ Pottstown – Take 422 West to Sinking Spring. Left onto Park Ave. (immediately after the Sunoco station.)
Philadelphia – Take PA Turnpike (76 West) to exit 286. Take 222 North to Rt. 724 Exit. Turn Left onto 724 West. Bear left onto Rt. 422 West. Left onto Park Ave. (immediately after the Sunoco station.)
Lancaster – Take 222 North to Rt. 724 West. Turn Left onto 724 West. Bear left onto Rt. 422 West. Left onto Park Ave. (immediately after the Sunoco station.)
Lebanon – Take 422 East to Sinking Spring. Turn Right onto Park Ave. (immediately after Green Valley Nursery)
Harrisburg / Hershey – Take PA Turnpike (76 East) to exit 286. Take 222 North to Rt. 724 Exit. Turn Left onto 724 West. Bear left onto Rt. 422 West. Left onto Park Ave. (immediately after the Sunoco station.)
Hamburg / Pottsville – Take Rt. 61 South to Rt. 222 South. Go 4 miles to Spring Ridge Drive exit. Turn Right onto Van Reed Road. Go 3 miles and turn right onto Rt. 422 West. Left onto Park Ave. (immediately after the Sunoco station.)
Kutztown / Allentown – Take 222 South to Temple. Go 1 ½ miles past Rt. 73 and follow Rt. 222 to the right. Go 6 miles to Spring Ridge exit. Turn Right onto Van Reed Road. Go 3 miles and turn right onto Rt. 422 West. Left onto Park Ave. (immediately after the Sunoco station.)
Be a part of the 2014 Shocktoberfest season. Have fun, make new friends and earn a paycheck for scaring the wits out of people!
Shocktoberfest is hiring motivated and energetic beings: living, dead, and undead who like to have fun and scare people. Although we are interested in those with theatrical and acting backgrounds this is not a requirement.
To audition, come to Shocktoberfest on Sunday, Sept. 7th at 1PM. We'll be under the big white tent.
Or, schedule an audition by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org