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Huntington Haunt Experience

October 28-31, 2015

Scare Dates:
October 28, 2015 7 p.m-10 p.m.
October 29, 2015 7 p.m-10 p.m.
October 30, 2015 7 p.m-12 a.m.
October 31, 2015 7 p.m-12 a.m.

Newland House
19820 Beach Blvd.
$25, age 13- adults only.

Happy Hours: Bring the kids to Happy Hour from 4 to 6 p.m. daily ($12.50 each) for an interactive experience on the property before our Haunting Hours begin each night.

Two of the notoriously feuding families in HB, the Hauntington’s and the Oldland’s, invite you to the doomed wedding of their bride and groom, where twists, turns and of course…bone chilling terror await you.

The Huntington Haunt Experience is an interactive experience where you literally become a part of the story, which can be best described as part haunted house, part theatre, and part interactive ‘moving’ play! And where else in “Hauntington” Beach would this chilling wedding take place than at the historic Newland House and Barn, spread among two ‘scare’ acres of haunted thrills and chills.

Once your group is called, you will begin the experience with a spooky candlelight tour of the historic Newland House. Step out of the house, and the spine tingling haunt of fright is in motion! The experience will last approximately 35 minutes, with new groups being lead in every 10 minutes. Wedding guests are recommended to be 13 years and over.

Costumes encouraged, but masks of any kind will not be allowed.

Friendly characters dressed in costumes will greet and interact with you as you make your way through the experience. Be sure to dress up the little ones and bring their trick-or-treat bags to hold all of the loot they will collect along the way! Family Carnival: Prior to the experience and awaiting your turn, you can have fun at our Family Carnival with artisans displaying their wares, face painting, carnival games and a Costume Contest all while enjoying live entertainment and food (additional charge for food and beverages). Carnival will include wine and craft beers as well! Don’t miss our Pumpkin Patch with new activities scheduled each day! About the Organization It BOO-hooves us all… Your attendance will help fund the installation of the first universally accessible playground in Huntington Beach, where ALL children can play together on the beach, and other worthy causes of the Rotary Club of Huntington Beach.

Newland House Museum
19820 Beach Blvd.
Yorktown Ave. & Beach Blvd.
Huntington Beach, CA

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