With three haunts in one location spanning 25,000 square feet, this is the largest haunted house complex in Eastern Washington. It is located at the Benton Franklin Fairgrounds on Kennewick’s east side. It takes approximately 15 minutes to walk through one of the houses. We will be having you move down hallways and creepy alleyways into tight rooms and smoke-filled spaces plus other areas even we’re scared to spend much time in. If you go through too quickly and want to return, same-night re-entry is possible with VIP tickets (that include special VIP Que Line access at each haunt to go to the front of the line).
Infected: Tri-City Lumber presents Infected, a genetically engineered virus designed to combat the common cold turns into the lethal strain infecting the population. Now you must work your way through the maze of rooms filled with genetically engineered zombie without getting infected.
Project 13 /Blackout: Prestige Motors presents Project 13 /Blackout, imagine, you, your friends, one small glow stick and total darkness. Think you can handle it? Many will try and many will fail.
Hillbilly Hell: Jacob Rhodes Heating & Air presents Hillbilly Hell, we dare you to enter the evil realm of Hatchet's Family Farm. The locals believe the land was possessed by the devil. They say all who have dared enter the hallow NEVER RETURN. Email Haunt Owner
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Definitely Worth Visit
Overall, I and family had a great time. Hillbilly Hell was an absolute masterpiece. It had a wonderful concept and proper execution. It was pretty scary. Project 13 was cool. The claustrophobia room could freak out those who fear close spaces. There are secret passageways that you can’t see.. the same actors pops up in multiple places. The doctor skit was a performance not to be missed. The creepy bunny was by far the best character. For the scares we got, the $35 price tag was Ok. Check it out.
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