Experience the terror of a real life Haunted hayride. Your wagon master will attempt to safely guide you through the dark winding roads of the “spirit-filled” DeFisher Apple Orchards. Visitors have reported numerous face to face encounters with a variety of ghouls, phantoms, and terrorizing demons over the years. This is not an excursion for the faint of heart. Haunted Hayrides of Greater Rochester is not responsible for your long term mental health.
The Screamatorium was constructed on the actual burial ground from the “Harvest Night slaughter of 1859”. What started as a “Halloween-themed attraction” slowly emerged as a certified demon-possessed Haunted Asylum. Visitors have confessed to “senses-numbing”, “mind erasing”, (and in some extreme cases—the loss of bodily functions control) when interacting with REAL spirits that encounter roaming the hallways. Your skin will crawl. Your nerves will jump. Your heart will pound. Your adrenaline will pump. You’ll scream your way to Halloween ecstasy!
The Spinning Tunnel
Demonic forces are always at work to control your mind, body, and spirit. Attempt to walk through this spinning tunnel of deception. You’ll grasp for the rails to stay upright as you struggle to control your equilibrium.
The 3D Maze
Demons have been known to “test” your mental strength. This is a Haunted Hayride “bootcamp” event to prepare you for the nightmare you’re about to face. Try to keep your wits as your attempt to escape the 3D haunted maze without confusion and becoming disoriented. It is strongly recommended that you do not ride the Haunted Hayride if you’re not mentally strong enough to handle the complexities and frustrations of this test.
The Mummy Theatre
Escape the elements in the indoor Mummy Theatre. Stay warm—stay dry—stay safe. You’ll enjoy films of fear and fright as you warm up and grab a snack. Thriller movie clips are shown on the new large projection theatre system while you wait for your wagon into the woods. Email Haunt Owner
Hours of Operation: Friday - Saturday: 7 pm - 10:30 pm
Sundays & Thursdays: 7 pm - 9:30 pm
Admission Costs: Friday or Saturday: $28
Thursday or Sunday: $20
Payments Accepted: Cash, Credit Cards
- event open dates
Went last Friday and loved it. Normally I don't get scared, but holy shit. People popping out everywhere. Loved the Haunted House too, and the fact that I didn't have to pay anything extra to go in it. Going back next weekend!
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