Scare at the Fair

116 Route 40, West Alexander, PA 15376

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An extension to the West Alexander Fair, the Halloween “Scare at the Fair” also takes place at the Fairgrounds and features an 8,500 square foot, walk-through haunted house. Already in it’s 5th year in 2017, the “Scare” has become a local favorite with such scares as “Zombie Madness”, “The Forest”, “Clowns-Clowns-Clowns” and the haunted maze. To mark their 5th year anniversary, they have expanded!

Be on the lookout for the haunted version of the fair queen as well… In 2016 they introduced “The Escape Room”, in which you have 5 minutes to solve puzzles to escape, all with various distractions. Due to popular demand, they have added a second room!  If you escape in time, you will be rewarded with admission with no wait, on any night!

October 6-7, 13-14, 20-21 and 27-28, 7:00pm – 11:00pm

This is a fundraising event sponsored by the West Alexander Fire Department.

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