Hundred Acres Manor Haunted Attraction named “Pittsburgh’s Best Haunted House” by Haunt World Magazine and featured on The Travel Channel as “One of America’s Scariest Haunted Attractions” returns on September 12th. With six separate attractions spanning a walking path over 1 mile, Hundred Acres Manor leaves it’s patrons face to face with some of their deepest fears becoming their realities.
In honor of opening night, Hundred Acres Manor has challenged patrons to take part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Anyone brave enough to enter the manor has the opportunity to participate in the Ice Bucket Challenge. Hundred Acres Manor will donate $5 to ALS per patron daring enough to complete both.
Hundred Acres Manor offers six attractions for one price. You first enter a century old elevator that drops you into the abyss of the manor where you not only have to worry about zombies, but the scavengers living within. You then enter their newest attraction for 2014, The Torture Tank where your deepest fantasies of killing come to life. Then you make your way through a cave and enter The Family where the cannibalistic members are waiting to rip you from limb-to-limb. If that is not enough, you have to find your way through The Maze, which is 4,500 square foot. The chainsaw minions are awaiting each wrong turn you make. As you exit The Maze, you enter into The Slaughterhouse, where you’re on the menu!
Hundred Acres Manor truly lives up to the honor of being one of scariest haunted attractions in America. The first-of-its-kind walk through zombie paintball attraction is now open as a separate fee than the manor. Zombie Paintball drops you into a video game style paintball shooting attraction with Pittsburgh’s most brutal zombies.
Forget what you think you know about fear… This is Hundred Acres Manor.
Hundred Acres Manor, located minutes outside of downtown Pittsburgh, PA is an extreme haunted attraction that has been named as one of “America’s Scariest Halloween Attractions” by Travel Channel and “Pittsburgh’s Best Haunted House” by Haunt World Magazine. Hundred Acres Manor is a non-profit haunted house that has donated over $1,000,000 to Homeless Children’s Education Fund and Animal Friends. Tickets start at just $18.
For tickets, information and dates visit: http://www.HundredAcresManor.com