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Look out Tucson! The Slaughterhouse Haunted Attraction is back and it’s scarier than ever!
The Slaughterhouse is a twisted conversion of an actual 1950s meatpacking company. It has been turned into a terrifying Halloween walk through experience.
Tucson Slaughterhouse was ranked #1 in America 2021 by Scurryface. The sets are awesome with larger than life props, animatronics and terrifying scare actors. If you live in Arizona, the scariest place to be this Halloween season is Tucson Slaughterhouse!
What to Expect
You’ll enter and walk into the Necropolis Graveyard. The cemetery maze is full of horrific monsters and scares. The actors’ costumes and make up are movie quality.
The creepy feeling you get at the beginning will just grow as you move through the maze. Horrible creatures will come at you from out of nowhere. You lose count of how many times you jumped. This is not for the faint of heart or children 12 and under.
Killer clowns will get your heart racing and your adrenaline rushing. You’ll feel like you’re in a horror movie. You’ll go through the infested Boiler Room, Cirque du Slay and City Meats. The horror knows no bounds.
You can add on the Apocalypse Zombie Shooting Experience. This is an interactive event and you are part of the story. You’ll get a gun and you can shoot the zombies and monsters you’ll see on your journey. And you can descend into the depths with the new Hellevators.
On November 3, 2023, Slaughterhouse will be done in pitch black darkness. There will be no lights on and no sounds. Groups will be given one single finger light for the whole group.
If you make it through Slaughterhouse, there’s a lot more you can do. There are escape rooms, axe throwing and soccer target, all with an extra cost. Slaughterhouse has a great Halloween store that makes for a unique shopping experience. Food trucks and a DJ will be there and there is a bar for 21+.
Many people believe that Tucson Slaughterhouse is haunted. The Tucson Ghost Company investigated and found evidence of paranormal activity. Slaughterhouse is on the 14th season of Ghost Adventures. It seems that this haunted attraction is actually haunted!
If you’re looking for a way to save money on Slaughterhouse, you’ve come to the right place. If you go on October 12, 15, 19, 22, 26, 29, 30 and 31, book your ticket here and you can save $10 (25% discount) on each ticket.