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Scream Town “Welcomes You” for the 2020 Season!

October 2 @ 6:30 pm - November 1 @ 10:00 pm

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Scream Town Is OPEN! If You Dare….
Haunted Woods Walks, Open Air Mazes and Other Frightful Sites With Guidelines In Place
For a Safe Yet Terrifying Ex-FEAR-ience!

WHAT: Scream Town “Welcomes You” for the 2020 Season!

Organizers at Scream Town have been working hard, making necessary changes to be able to safely open for a frightfully good fall season! Tickets will be extremely limited and timed. Guests will arrive at their designated time and begin the (scary) social distanced journey from the moment they exit their car. More on the COVID-19 safety plan is below. Scream Town 2020 features outdoor woods walks and open-air mazes.

Scream Town was named among the CNN 8 Best Haunted House Attractions Across the United States last year. This year, Scream Town offers SIX haunted settings each with a bone-chilling theme designed to transport guests to a truly horrifying place! Here is a look at the lineup for 2020:

• Oak Blood Forest
Feel the seclusion within 10 steps of entering this thick haunted forest! The Blood family (former occupants of this property) still roam these woods at night and don’t like visitors. There are NO tour guides, NO protective wagons, NO flashlights allowed… And absolutely NO mercy. You, the Blood family and our actors await your brave step into this one of-a-kind attraction.

• Zombie Apocalypse CDC
The CDC is in lock down, and you’re in it. The dead have risen and are coming for your flesh. Prepare for attacks from all directions.

• Circus Asylum
After 5 long years the circus residents of Scream Town have become too crazy, their appearances too terrifying and they’ve simply claimed too many lives. With no choice, Scream Town was forced to construct one of the largest asylums this state has ever seen (more than 7,000 sq. feet) to house these carnival freaks. Just hope the cells are locked, stay away from the bars, and you just might make it through.

• Santa’s Slay
Just when you thought Christmas was a happy time of year, think again. You’ll be hiding under the tree this December. That is unless you stay forever with Krampus and all his evil elves.

• Trapped Possession (VIP Pass ONLY)
Six rooms of intense fear, not for the faint of heart. Praying won’t help. It may only make it worse. A safety word is part of this attraction if you cannot finish. (This is a touch attraction, but due to COVID19, touching will not be by human hand)

• Abandoned Down the Rabbit Hole (VIP Pass ONLY)
Prepare to be abandoned in the woods. No special effects, just you and the monsters that lurk within. Back by popular demand for 2020 ONLY. You and just one other person must enter these dark woods. You’ll be provided a small lantern, but will it be enough to find your way back after being……Abandoned. (This is a touch attraction, but due to COVID19, touching will not be by human hand)

WHEN: October 2 – November 1, 2020
Fridays and Saturdays October 2-3 and 9-10
Thursday – Sunday (MEA) October 15 – 18
Friday – Sunday October 23 – 25
Friday – Sunday October 30 – November 1

*FRI & SAT Ticket Booth Closes at 10PM – Attractions at 11PM
SUN Ticket Booth closes at 9PM – Attractions at 10PM

WHERE: Scream Town
7410 Highway 212
Chaska, MN 55318

TICKETS: https://screamtown.com/pricing/

Safety Details:
Scream Town is already in the business of spacing out guests and putting them in small groups. Additionally, our event features outdoor woods walks and open-air mazes. We have also taken several of the steps you currently see within many businesses to aid in guest safety. Timed ticketing has also been implemented to reduce crowds and BOTH staff and guests are required to wear masks. More COVID-19 safety details at: https://screamtown.com/covid/

MORE INFO: https://screamtown.com


October 2 @ 6:30 pm
November 1 @ 10:00 pm
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Scream Town
7410 Highway 212
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