Many states are actively changing their policies and mandates concerning the recent rise in the Delta variant of COVID-19. Some haunts are closing, others are implementing last year’s policies, and others are able to continue as normal. We (The Scare Factor) have no way of monitoring the policies in every State, County, City, Town, etc. across the country in real time. It is your responsibility as a customer to always confirm the active policies in place with the attraction/s you plan to visit.
Always verify the attraction’s dates and hours prior to visiting.
September: 24, 25, 30
October: 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31
Hours vary by date and month. See PoE’s website for full details.
The Bay Area’s Halloween Tradition!®
For 2021 we are allowed to present a modified WALK THRU thru event.
This is nothing like we’ve ever done and it should be GREAT!
Strict capacity limitations will be in place and that will mean tickets will probably again sell out early, like last year.
Don’t miss out – buy early!
Paid Parking, Food/Concessions, Gift Shop/Souvenirs, “Old-School” (Low Tech), “Hi-Tech” Attraction, You will NOT be touched, Original Characters, All-Indoor Attraction
Sybil – 10/10 – October 28, 2017A yearly tradition and the BEST in the Bay Area! Don’t go too late in the evening because you dont …show more want to miss a thing and there is so much to see and do! Games, food, live entertainment PLUS multiple haunts!
Sharon schutjet – 10/10 – May 18, 2016Best time you can have in October. Very professional and surprisingly scary. Great props and other …show more side games and attractions.
Judy – 8.5/10 – October 23, 2020We waited about 40 minutes on a Friday night to enter the attraction. The entry was very well …show more organized and ran smoothly considering the large number of vehicles. Each scene was a separate vignette. We especially loved the pirate ship and the prison scenes, though all were fun. There were four of us in the car (ages mid-20’s to mid 60s’s) and throughout we enjoyed a fun, celebratory mood. The actors came up to the car on both sides. Since I was the driver I missed seeing some of that action, but the delight of my passengers made it all worthwhile. I appreciated that the cars were spaced well apart so we had a mostly individual experience like driving through a haunted town by ourselves. Added to the suspense! We all agreed that it was really fun and we would do it again, and it was worth the $95 admission for the car. The drive through was about 30 minutes.