It’s official, Quad Cities. The wait is over. It’s Haunted House and Hayrack Ride time!

 

Check out these bone-chilling experiences, happening in the area:

 

Factory of Fear                5027 4th Ave. Moline                   (309) 631-0558

http://www.qcfactoryoffear.com

https://www.facebook.com/QCFactoryOfFear/

The longest running Haunted Attraction in the Quad Cities, Factory of Fear, will celebrate their opening night this Friday Sep 27. Factory of Fear was rated number 1 in the Quad Cities on HauntedQC.com in 2011, 2012 and 2013. After a 100% rebuild last season, the Factory of Fear is adding a nearly 5,000 square feet addition to the haunt for 2019! New characters and new rooms guarantee a good time!

Hours:   Friday-Saturday                             7 p.m. – 12 a.m.

Sunday and Halloween                 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.

This attraction is recommended for those 12 and older. General admission tickets are $20 and VIP Fast Pass tickets are $25. You can also receive $1 off admission with a canned good and $3 off admission with an unwrapped new toy for Toys for Tots (toy must be equal or greater in value than discount).

*Receive a $3 off coupon if you mention this QuadCities.com 2019 Haunt Guide!

 

Shock House                   QCCA Expo Center 2621 4th Ave. Rock Island              (309) 206-3277

https://www.qcshockhouse.com/

https://www.facebook.com/qcshockhouse/

With new layout, more scares, more actors, black out nights, and 2 Virtual Reality battle stations (where you and a friend can step into a zombie apocalypse and fight your way through hordes of zombies together), Shock House is kicking off the 2019 season this Friday Sep 27. You will be stalked, startled and disoriented as you travel through the passageways of Shock House.

Dates Open:      Sep 27-28, Oct 4-5, Oct 10-12, Oct 17-19 and Oct 24-26

Hours:                 Friday and Saturday                      7 p.m. – 12 a.m.

Thursdays (Black Out Nights)      6-10 p.m.

General admission is $15 and a V.I.P. Fast pass is $20. VR Experiences are $7 each or $10 for both. Total Black Out Nights (Oct 10, 17 and 24) are FREE with a valid Military I.D.

 

Terror at Skellington Manor       420 18th St. Rock Island              (563) 344-9187

https://skellingtonmanor.com/terror-at-skellington-manor/

https://www.facebook.com/TerroratSkellingtonManor/

Terror at Skellington Manor opens their frightening doors this Saturday Sep 28. This haunted attraction was voted one of 2016’s and 2015’s top 10 Haunted Houses in Illinois by www.hauntedillinois.com. Terror at Skellington Manor is a walk-through haunted house with highly detailed scenes, jaw dropping special effects over 60 live character actors and documented paranormal activity. Your haunt experience starts as soon as you walk in this historic former Masonic Temple.

Hours:  Fridays and Saturdays                  7 p.m. – 12 a.m.

Sundays                                          7 – 10 p.m.

General admission tickets are $20 (all ages) and a VIP Fast Pass is $25. The haunt is not recommended for small children (Parents use your own discretion). Bring your kids to Scare-D-Cat Day on the last Saturday in October from 1-4 p.m. This is a great time to see the Haunted Mansion in the light without all the special effects or scary actors.

 

QC Haunted Forest        3501 207th St. North Port Byron              (309) 751-4765

https://qchauntedforest.com/

https://www.facebook.com/qchauntedforest/

NEW THEME – Outbreak at QC Haunted Forest: You are invited to a VIP only tour of the top secret QCHF International containment facility. QCHF has been performing genetic tests development of animal and human subjects in order to weaponize these beings for military use. Your visit starts with at outpost APL (in our main building) where you will be checked in and briefed. From there, you will be taken by transport vehicle to the outdoor gates of the 207N containment site. You will see first hand the amazing developments our team of scientists have made. That is until a security breach causes all hell to break lose. You will find yourself alone, deep in the wooded site, where fear takes a hold. Should you make it successfully to the transport rendezvous site, our recovery team will transport you back to APL Outpost. You can celebrate your survival at the outpost with drinks and snacks. We’re waiting for you…

 

Note: Our transport vehicle into the forest is a hayrack and the attraction is not handicap accessible. This is an outdoor attraction. The QC Haunted Forest will also be offering several indoor activities: Group photos, snacks, hot and cold beverages as well as a Full Bar. Come Early – Stay Late!

 

Hours:  Fridays and Saturdays in October                 7 – 11 p.m.

Tickets are $15 for General Admission and $20 for Fast Pass VIP

 

Torment at Twelve Hundred      5030 N 1200th Ave Orion             (309) 945-5237

http://www.tormentwelve.com/

https://www.facebook.com/TormentatTwelveHundred/

 

Located just 14 miles southeast of the Quad Cities, Torment at Twelve Hundred has been rated a Top 10 haunt in the state of Illinois by Illinois USA Today and was voted last season the #1 Haunt in Illinois by Illinois Haunted Houses.com! This theatrical haunted attraction by ‘Dark Phase Designs’ is quite unique in the fact it follows a story line, adding new chapters each year. Now in its 16th year, Torment at Twelve Hundred will force you to reach into the depths of your mind, where true torment originates. And remember, ‘The Realm of Darkness leaves us Vulnerable’.

 

Hours:   Fridays and Saturdays (Oct 4-31)                            7 p.m. – 12 a.m.

Sundays (Oct 4-31)                                                     7 – 10 p.m.

Tickets are $18. Recommended for 13 years and older. NO open toed or high heeled shoes allowed!

 

 

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Tess Abney was born and raised in the Quad Cities. Her passion for writing and entertainment was apparent at a very young age. Whether it is sharing local events and businesses with readers or sharing her thoughts on life, she finds comfort in the way words can bring people together.