Hundred Acres Manor is the most intense, run for your life, scream yourself to death attraction
Pittsburgh (Vocus) October 2, 2009
Halloween season is upon us which means the screams and terror are back at
Hundred Acres Manor to scare Pittsburgh senseless. The Manor will open for its sixth year on Thursday, October 1, welcoming those who are brave enough into a world where nightmares come to life!
Billed as Pittsburgh’s “Site for Fright,” Hundred Acres Manor is the region’s largest and most intense haunted attraction. This multi-themed haunt is led by an all-volunteer army that constructs, operates and maintains the Manor, and also serves as zombies, monsters and other evil creatures that go bump in the night.
“Hundred Acres Manor is the most intense, run for your life, scream yourself to death attraction,” said Ethan Turon, Operations Manager and Special Effects Designer. “We will once again take Pittsburghers on a journey of
With louder screams, scarier dreams and more thrills for each moment in its fun-filled darkness, this year’s new and returning haunts are designed to make skin crawl and hair stand on end.
Massacre Mansion: The main home on the Hundred Acres Manor estate. Check in is anytime, check out is never.
South Valley Hospital: Do you have an appointment? Check in at South Valley Hospital for a dose of extreme terror.
The Graveyard Circus: Come one, come all to the greatest show unearthed!
The MAZE: Get lost in the terror of a 7,500 sq. foot labyrinth plagued with chainsaw-wielding maniacs!
Hillhaven Penitentiary: Do you dare go behind bars and enter solitary confinement?
Hundred Acres Manor is annually sponsored by Funds for Charity, with proceeds benefiting the Homeless
Children’s Education Fund (HCEF) and Animal Friends. The 2008 event raised more than $46,000 for each of the two local non-profit organizations.
Hundred Acres Manor runs this year from Oct. 1 through Nov. 1. Hours of operation are 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays, and 7:00 - 11:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. The attraction will be closed Mondays and Tuesdays.
General admission is $15. Hundred Acres Manor also offers a $25 V.I.P. admission and $35 Super V.I.P. admission. Group and corporate rates are available for 20 or more; picnic facilities are available for corporate
Hundred Acres Manor is located on Hundred Acres Drive (off Corrigan Drive) on the site of what used to be Sully’s Pool in South Park. For more information or to pre-purchase tickets, contact 412-851-HAUNT or visit http://www.hundredacresmanor.com.