PottersHouseOfHorrors

Expect hair-raising Halloween hijinks at Potter’s House of Horrors, October 6 – 31

Laughter, thrills and ghostly chills at Potter’s House of Horrors!

For 15 years, providing spectacularly spooky Halloween fun has been the primary goal of the ghostly caretakers at Potter’s House of Horrors, which even has a Li’l Haunters attraction geared to kids 12 & under. So, gather your motliest crew and drop in to one of the Lower Mainland’s biggest and best-rated haunted houses, open for the season October 6th through 31st. Partial proceeds go to Critter Care Wildlife Society.

Potter’s House of Horrors includes the following attractions:

Two Ultra-Scary Haunted Houses
House #1 Monstrosity. Back by popular demand, Monstrosity is sure to delight horror fans who enjoy a good creepy walk through pure gothic madness. Features nasty creatures, spooky surprises and scary fun… oh, and possibly even an evil clown or two.

House #2 NEW FOR 2017 Devil’s Descent. A terrifying vortex of rotted wood, rickety mine-shafts, punishing industrial machines, monsters and zombies.

Li’L Haunters: Just for Kids!
Li’l Haunters is a kids-only attraction with two mini haunted houses that aren’t too dark or scary and contain no animatronics or actors. House #1, Mystic Village, includes a slightly creepy ghost town that sets the tone for fun to follow with the magic and mystery of House #2, Spooky Castle. New for 2017: a fun basketball/ baseball toss and table games including air hockey, foosball and table hockey. Children 2 & under and parents/ guardians are always free. Braver kids may want to check out Family Hour at Potter’s House of Horrors, recommended for children ages 12 and up.

Additional Features

  • Coffin Ride – Experience what it’s like to be buried in a coffin.
  • Haunted Photo Booth – Three freakish photos sent directly to your phone or email.
  • Extreme Paintball Haunted Shootout – Shoot 50 rounds at haunted props and spooky animatronics.

New concession items include neon cotton candy and haunted hotdogs (just regular hotdogs, but they sound much cooler when we tell people they’re haunted!)

When
Friday, October 6th through Tuesday, October 31st (closed Oct 9th for Thanksgiving), 4 to 10 pm nightly.
4 to 7 pm is Li’l Haunters, suitable for kids 12 & under
4 to 6:30 pm is Family Hour at Potter’s House of Horrors, a tamer version of the scary haunted houses, for younger guests or the faint of heart
7 to 10 pm is the regular (ultra-scary) show.
Extended hours on select dates. To view the event schedule and details, visit: pottershouseofhorrors.com.

Where
Potter’s Farm & Nursery
12530 – 72nd Avenue
Surrey, BC (one block west of Kwantlen University and a couple blocks east of Strawberry Hill cinemas)

Note: Parking is free. Open rain or shine. The haunted house, box office line, and lines to enter the haunt are all indoors. Concession and snacks are available on-site.

Admission Rates and Tickets

Tickets are available for purchase in advance, online, or at the door.
50% off all tickets opening weekend.
New early-bird ticket pricing: 20% savings on select nights. View full details at  pottershouseofhorrors.com/schedule.htm

About Potter’s House of Horrors

Every fall, Potter’s staff converts the grounds from an enjoyable, plant-filled garden centre into a maze of terror with all the latest animatronics, digital sounds, high-tech scares and trained actors to put on a fun and scary event that sends chills down the spines of all those who enter. Entering season 15 of our horrifically awesome event, the crew at Potter’s is more enthusiastic than ever to try and make you scream, whimper, cry, holler, yodel, laugh, gargle, giggle, and guffaw! Whatever your reaction, Potter’s House of Horrors is dedicated to giving patrons a frighteningly creepy and monstrously enjoyable time this Halloween season.


Author

Dianne

Editor in Chief of Fabulously Frugal in Vancouver.

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