Hall of Horrors

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  (2 reviews)
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Organization Type
Charity / NOT For Profit
Listing Categories
Haunted Houses, Escape Games
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Wheelchair Accessible, Indoor Event(s), Covered Wait Area, Touching Not Allowed, Free Parking
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The evil masterminds behind Brentwood Behavorial's Xperiement13 are gearing up to bring another exciting season of screams in 2016. This October, the Hall of Horrors presents the sequel to the x-crutiatingly sinister Xperiment13. Like nothing you've ever experienced, you'll venture through the halls of pure hospitHELL! You'll run from blood-thirsty, needle-wielding doctors, as well as their seriously afflicted patients, and if you can escape with your life, you'll be one of the lucky ones...

All proceeds from the event benefit numerous local and statewide charities, including SC Jaycee Camp Hope, a camp designed for mentally challenged children and adults. Camp Hope is located on Lake Hartwell in upstate South Carolina. Other charities that the CWC Jaycees contribute to include Relay For Life, Children's Chance, ALS Association, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Support Our Troops, Hidden Wounds, the Wounded Warrior Project, the FealGood Foundation, SisterCare, Families Helping Families, and Harvest Hope. Email Haunt Owner
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Hours of Operation: Thursdays: 7:30pm - 10:30pm
Fridays: 8:00pm - 11:00pm
Saturdays: 8:00pm - 11:00pm
Sundays: 7:30pm - 10:30pm
Monday (30th): 8:00pm - 11:00pm
Tuesday (31st): 8:00pm - 11:30pm

Admission Costs: $10 - General Admission
$20 - Skip-the-Line
$10 - Escape Maze

Payments Accepted: Cash, Credit Cards, Debit Cards

- event open dates

Event last updated 141 days ago. Please confirm dates on haunt website before you go.
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From Downtown Columbia: Take Blossom St. across the river toward West Columbia. Blossom will become Knox Abbott Dr. Turn left onto 12th St (Krispy Kreme on right). Continue on 12th St across railroad tracks. Hall of Horrors will be on your left at the corner of 12th and Walter Price. From I-26: Exit 110 Sunset Blvd/Hwy 378 toward West Columbia. Go 2.2 miles and turn right on 12th St. Travel 2.1 miles on 12th St and Hall of Horrors will be on your left at the corner of 12th and Walter Price. From I-77: Exit 2, 12th St extention toward West Columbia. Go approxiamately 3.5 miles. Hall of Horrrors will be on your right at the corner of 12th and Walter Price.

Recent Reviews

  • Awesome!

    Scard the crap out of me! Will come back next year! Good job!

    Posted 10/30/13

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    3 out of 3 found this review helpful

  • Hall of Horrors

    It takes a lot these days to keep up with the constantly moving haunt industry. Things are always changing and you have to adapt to stay in the game. The Hall of Horrors has been in production longer than any other haunt in the state and more, they do it non-profit. The Hall of Horrors is the landmark haunt of the Columbia area scaring hundreds of guests each season. They are always changing, each year is a completly new flow and story keeps the haunt interesting for those who come year after year. I have had a chance to see the haunt before they open for the past few years and I have to say it is always getting better. What I have seen from Hall of Horrors this year is the implementation of a lot of high grade effects that are generally not seen in a non-profit haunt. The amount of originality that I see is of a top haunt quality and is sure to have something unexpected. The build team at Hall of Horrors has a true passion for what they do. They have put a lot of detail into their set disign and they have brought on new techniques for lighting and painting all to give the show that edge of realism. They have a lot of originality and they know how to scare people. This year, Hall of Horrors has really stepped up the intensity. Emplementing high energy actors and animatronics. The sets have also been taken to the next level with custom made sculpts that perfectly match the surroundings. The scares will come at you from all angles and that's something that I find lost in most haunts these days. So overall I can say that Hall of Horrors is a fantasic haunt. If you live anywhere near Columbia I highly recomend you come and check it out. The passion that these people have really shines through and it's all for charity.

    Posted 10/3/13

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