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.
7 Floors of Hell has 7 haunted houses at 1 location, world-class makeup, and special effects. A monster midway with food, games, merchandise, and so much more!
Seven Floors of Hell doesn’t change just one or two rooms a year Seven Floors of Hell changes close to 50% of it shows to bring back a fresh and new event and stay on the cutting-edge so you’ll never see the same thing two years in a row!
Paid Parking, Food/Concessions, Gift Shop/Souvenirs, “Hi-Tech” Attraction, You will NOT be touched, Original Characters, Uncovered Outdoor Waiting Line, Covered Outdoor Waiting Line, All-Indoor Attraction
Amy Joyce – 10/10 – October 13, 20187 Floors is a great time for all. They have 7 houses that you can visit in any order. They have …show more outside actors to keep you entertained while waiting in line. You could easily spend a couple of hours of having fun here.
Rodney Kistler – 1/10 – October 2, 2021There were only five haunted houses instead of seven the price was $30 in there was only one house …show more that was any good the mental ward but all the others sucked.
Robert – 1/10 – October 18, 2020It should not be called 7 floors of hell more like 5 floors of shit. Hardly any workers in houses. …show more Like a wax museum. Went through all 5 in 25 min. Not a single person on website was on location. Worst 112 bucks I ever spent and feel should be refunded for complete lie