Hundred Acres Manor

1 Hundred Acre Drive, Bethel Park, PA 15102

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Despite a recent break-in in August, Hundred Acres Manor will be open as planned on September 8th, 2017…

Back for it’s 14th year, Hundred Acres Manor has been named “one of America’s scariest haunted attractions” by the Travel Channel. It’s location is the same in South Park as the former “Phantoms In the Park”, at the old Sully’s Pool on Hundred Acres Drive. This attraction expanded in 2014 to 6 attractions which are mostly back again for 2017, featuring “Deadlift”, “Torture Tank”, “The Breach”, “Hallow’s Eve” and “Vodou” (where the Bayou beckons)…  “Damnation” has been replaced with an-all new attraction, soon to be named!!   Long-gone haunts from the past include “Brine Slaughterhouse” and “FearScapes Factory”.  You can also interact and share photos on all the sites such as Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

Last year they offered escape rooms as well, “Meltdown” and “Alchemy”.  In 2015  they featured the “The Enigma Project”.  These were horror escape room games for you and your friends, with the goal of figuring out clues to escape in under 45 minutes.  There is no mention of these on the website for 2017.

In 2015 there was “Pittsburgh Tactical Zombie Laser Tag”, a great adaption of the game in order to control the zombie population out at South Park, as well as a 7500 square-foot maze. These are also not mentioned on the website for 2017, so it is unclear if these attractions are being offered.

Weekends beginning 9/8/17 thru 9/29/17 including Halloween, plus most days beginning 10/4 except for some Mondays and Tuesdays, 7:00pm to 10:00pm (11:30pm Weekends). Bands may begin earlier.

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