It should be confirmed that that the new trend in haunts is running with and shooting zombies! If you’re in the Pittsburgh area on August 16th you can run and shoot zombies and get a preview of this season’s haunt.
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 Halloween Attractions,” returns with a first-of-its-kind walk through zombie paintball attraction that will have you feeling like you stepped into a video game. Come face-to-face with some of the most brutal zombies around.
After being directly placed in the midst of a zombie apocalypse, each team is left to escape this walk-through attraction on their own accord. Armed with paintball guns, you will blast your way through the zombies and save the underground world of Pittsburgh from the infested as you are upgraded to different weapons to defend against Pittsburgh’s most extreme zombies. Proceeds benefit two Pittsburgh charities, Animal Friends and Homeless Children’s Education Fund.
A preview event for Zombie Paintball attraction will take place at Hundred Acres Manor on August 16th as Hundred Acres Manor hosts The Zombie Mud Run. Anyone running the Zombie Mud Run can purchase paintball tickets on location for a discounted price.
Hundred Acres Manor’s season begins on September 12th with additional new attractions. Admission for Zombie Paintball comes at an another price separate from general admission into the manor.
Hundred Acres Manor, located minutes outside of downtown Pittsburgh, PA is an extreme haunted attraction that is heading into their 11th season of scares and 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 Haunted Attraction is a non-profit haunted house that has donated over $1,000,000 to Homeless Children’s Education Fund and Animal Friends. Hundred Acres Manor features 6 separate attractions for as little as $18.
Tickets, information and dates for the 2014 season can be found at: http://www.HundredAcresManor.com.