It’s Spooky Season at the Wenatchee Valley Haunted Museum
Ghoulish goblins, wicked witches, scary scientists, rejoice!
The Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center is putting on a Haunted Museum tour, full of creepy underground hallways, intricate mazes, and secret passageways.
Director and producer of the Haunted Museum, Mark Belton, says the themed rooms rival scenes from Hollywood horror films.
“My favorite part of this haunt is creating spaces that scare using more than just your sense of sight,” says Belton.
This year, the Haunted Museum tour extends into two different buildings, three floors, and 10 separate themed areas with new experiences that have never been done before at the museum.
“This is a very unique way to experience the museum’s building and exhibits, with a frightening twist!” says Belton.
Adrenaline junkies and museum lovers will find the Haunted Museum equally thrilling.
Also new this year is the Scare Garden, offering beer from Wenatchee Valley Brewing Co. in the parking lot, along with Dooley Dogs hot dogs and Aloha Dreams Mobile Espresso on select days.
The Haunted Museum is open October 21, 22, 28, 29, 30 and 31. Those fearless enough to attend can register for a time slot starting at 6:30 p.m. The last slot is at 9 p.m. Tickets are $15 each, and the museum also accepts walk-ins. You can book for a group of two to six people online.
If you haven’t gotten your fill of frights yet this season, the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center Haunted Museum awaits you!
*The Haunted Museum is not recommended for children under 13. The WVMCC notes that the attraction contains bright lights, flashing lights, lasers, fog machines, scent devices, loud noises, startle effects, confined spaces, stairs, and dark areas.