Coupon, promo code for Bloody WHIM in Chicago, Illinois

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Looking to combine your love of art and Halloween?  Or just looking for a fun, scary experience this spooky season?  Well, you’re going to love Bloody WHIM!

Bloody WHIM is a spooky immersive art installation in Chicago, Illinois brought to you by WHIM Chicago.  Many mediums of art, such as paintings, street art, music, and even live characters come together at Bloody WHIM.  The result is a frightening Halloween experience.  Every corner you turn you’ll see a new scary scene – and you can be startled by a creepy character jumping right in front of you!

In addition to the immersive art experience, you can also hang out at The Butcher Bar.  This brand-new bar is perfect for the Halloween season, as it was inspired by The Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise.  And it has a wonderful reVAMPed list of cocktails.  This includes the I.V. blood bag, the Witches Brew, and the Green Zombie.

This event also features live performances over at Enchanted Forest, a giant enchanted tree that towers over a stage.  Or in the case of this event, I guess you could say the Disenchanted Forest.

Coupon Code

Looking for a coupon code for Bloody WHIM?  You can purchase a ticket here and then you’ll save up to 35% off your ticket.  Which in my opinion is better than a coupon code, because the discount is automatic and you don’t have to bother entering a coupon code or promo code.

Your discounted ticket is an All Access Pass, too.  That means admission to the exhibit, live performances, and you get a free blood bag cocktail!

Your discounted ticket also gets you admission into WHIM’s Lobby of Second Chances.  This art exhibit is full of creations made out of found objects.

Additional Information

Please note that due to the scares involved, it is not recommended for those under the age of 13 years old.

They also use strobe lights, fog, loud noises, tight spaces, live elements, so please keep this in mind if you or anyone would be particularly bothered by this.