Calling all haunted house fans,NETHERWORLD Haunted House, is sneaking in two fun events before the end of the years. On Saturday, Dec. 11, A Lights on Tour of NETHERWORLD will take haunt fans behind-the-scenes of what goes into the making of the scariest and most legendary haunted house in the country. On Saturday, Dec. 18, NETHERWORLD will reopen for A Haunted Holiday, an encore performance of the to-die-for 25th season's main attraction, RISE OF THE NETHERSPAWN, but with a heavy peppermint twist.
The Lights on experience at NETHERWORLD is a VIP with an exclusive behind-the-scenes look during Fans will be taken through the RISE OF THE NETHERSPAWN and RETURN TO PLANET X in 3D with house lights turned on and the haunt effects turned off to expose every demented detail that makes NETHERWORLD a top Halloween destination. A knowledgeable guide will explore the storylines and production details behind the sets. There will be opportunities to take pictures at select predetermined locations inside the haunts, and each person will receive a free souvenir printed photo at the end of the tour. The intimate tour has a max of six people allowed. Tours are offered from noon to 5:45 p.m. and are $100 per person. To check availability and purchase tickets, click here.
Then, on Saturday, Dec. 18, NETHERWORLD will undergo a holiday transformation and reopen for one night only for A Haunted Holiday. There's one encore performance of RISE OF THE NETHERSPAWN, but this time with a yuletide-fueled takeover. Expect visits from seasonally inspired monsters like Krampus and Yeti, holiday themed scenes, and more. This event is a great way to experience the acclaimed haunted house without the larger crowds that you would encounter during the regular season in October. Open from 6:30-9:30 p.m., online general admission tickets are $25.95, and SpeedPass tickets are $39.95.
On the respective day for each event, Laser Adventure Battle Arena, the four Escape Room Games and the Monster Museum will be open. Purchase tickets online, in advance as both events have an extremely limited capacity and are likely to sell out. Happy Haunted Holidays!