Halloween is just around the corner and Fear Farm will be opening early to cater to all the fans of haunted houses. The attraction will be open for approximately 7 weeks which will give patrons plenty of time to visit the new digs.
Originally located on a 32-acre property on 99th Avenue and McDowell Road since the mid-’90s, Fear Farm has moved to a new location on 6801 North 99th Avenue. The new location will free up more space for parking and easier access to the Farm via the Loop 101 freeway. The new location is also closer to the Tanger Outlets, as well as the Westgate Entertainment District and State Farm Stadium.
With a new location comes a brand new version of Fear Farm which according to the owner Timothy Pugsley will be built basically from scratch. Fear Farm will continue to have four themed haunts and a giant corn maze. Concessions, games, vendors, a lounge, and live entertainment will also be present near the entrance of the Farm for guests to enjoy.
Fear Farm will officially open on September 24th. General Admission tickets start at $25 dollars and guests can add perks such as a Fast Pass and Skip The Line for an additional cost. Tickets can be purchased now at FearFarm.com.