Scarehouse

118 Locust Street, Etna, PA 15223

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ScareHouse is Pittsburgh’s Ultimate Haunted House! ScareHouse has been named as one of America’s best Haunted Houses by Travel Channel, USA Today, Good Morning America, and writer/director Guillermo del Toro. Buy tickets from www.scarehouse.com for lowest prices and shortest wait. Admission includes three terrifying haunts for one price, New for 2017: The Sunset Lodge invites guests to check-in to a hotel that’s fully occupied by a swarm of savage serial killers; Nocturnia 3-D is a twisted carnival of clowns and creatures is longer, weirder, and packed with ALL NEW 3-D effects for 2017; and Infernal unleashes a legion of demons from the deepest depths of Hell.

ScareHouse’s notorious and world famous immersive attraction, The Basement, also returns this year with more extreme and outrageous encounters than ever.Additional ticket purchase is required and all guests must be 18 or older and must sign waiver before entering The Basement.

ScareHouse is open on select dates from mid September through early November. Tickets and more information available from www.scarehouse.com

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