Pensacola, FL

Hadji Temple is Returning to Host as Haunted House October 2021

Crystal A. Walker

The Hadji Shriners have returned to scare for a good cause.

Like thousands of venues in 2020, the Hadji Shriners had to make the difficult decision to close its doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now that cases are declining and the number of vaccinated individuals is increasing, the Shriner Temple is reopening their doors as a massive haunted house.

According to their Facebook page, brave visitors will be able to tour more than 23 rooms spreading across 12,000 square feet for a spooktacular thrill. This makes the Hadji House the largest haunted house in northwest Florida.

This is the 6th year the Hadji Shriners have opened their doors as a thrilling destination. Tickets are priced at $25 and help benefit the Pensacola Breast Cancer Association (PBCA) who they have partnered with for the event. The PBCA has donated more than $650,000 locally since it was established in 2003.

Proceeds benefit PBCA whose mission is to raise money for education, screening and diagnosis of breast cancer among the Escambia County indigent and under-insured patient population." - Hadji Haunted House

Tickets can be purchased online through their website. Members of their Boo Crew are also taking steps to maintain physical distancing to mitigate any COVID-19 concerns.

Dates the Hadji Haunted House is scaring patrons include October 15-16, 22-23, 29-31. Address to the event: 800 W. 9 Mile Rd., Pensacola, FL 32534

More information about the Shriner's mission of the Shriners and the partnership with PCBA is available in the video!

Have a Happy and Safe Halloween!

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