By far on Long Island this is my favorite haunted attraction! I love the way they changed it up this year from last year, the house seems longer and the actors are at the top of their game. The girl and guy in the plastic room had my friends running and screaming and the graveyard was fantastic! I love the Christmas room and the bathroom with the holographic bugs, I won't give much else away but you guys blew my mind with your use of high quality impressive props and sets as well as very scary actors who obviously love their jobs. Great job! I will be coming back with all my friends very soon! ^.^
"Me and my friends loved this place. The line wasn't to long to get in, which is perfect. The first part of the house is super disorienting. You literally don't know where to go. People pop out from everywhere. They even go I their hands and knees to scare you. The clowns are obnoxious and scary just the way they should be. One was absolutely huge, a group of 7 of us tried to push through him and we just stood still. You don't know who's real or fake in there either. Santa is hot. Awesome house."
I loved it. I think the best part was the corn maze. It was worth the short wait on line and i deff got my moneys worth. The actors were SO great and the feel was overall just perfect.
The house has always been good but this year was awesome..... they really switched it up with their rooms and stuff. There aren't many houses on the island that can get so gory and still have some of the funniest actors. We were all laughing in shocking one minute to be screaming in the next. They never fail to disappoint are are worth the long line even with the obnoxious kids surrounding you. Can't wait to see what they have in store for next year.
I've been to many and this house and maze is definitely the best..The corn maze guys are fantastic as well is the house.
"I took my 2 "not impressed" kids last year and they loved it. So much so that I had to return with them again, plus 2 friends. Crowd got into it, staff was into it. Worth the time and money. Going again this year with about 8 people."