Vancouver Horror Nights: Fear Maze

October 1, 2020

October 31, 2020

$15 to $50

2680 Shaughnessy Street, Port Coquitlam

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Events Description

 

Vancouver Horror Nights is a family-friendly (but scary) haunted house located in one of Canada’s most haunted theatre, the Giggle Dam Dinner Theatre. Featuring 11 themes the FEAR maze is a Hollywood-level haunted attraction that boasts animatronics, special effects, lasers, a cast of actors second to none and is designed for both family fun and terrifying experiences.

Need some liquid courage? Our Zombie Cafe & Bar have great food, a beer garden, and hi-balls all October long. Try our “adult hot chocolate”.

Vancouver Horror Nights features a full-service concession service with hot food, coffee, hot chocolate, and for adults features our very own Zombie Bar

Who is it for?

All ages

With our Virtual Queuing technology, you won’t wait in long lines and get a personal arrival time. Combined with our extensive COVID-19 procedures, we’re doing everything to keep you safe while allowing you to have a great time this October.

HOW MUCH

Tickets :

XTreme Fear – (Recommended for 13+) – $25 to $50 per person.
Featuring more scares, more jumps, and has more special effects.

Boogeyman Bash – Kid Friendly Pass (All Ages) – $15.
Our Less Fear option is our regular haunted maze without actors who jump out at you.

How to get tickets?

Buy Online

WHEN & WHERE

Date & Time: Boogeyman Bash | October 1 to 31, 2020 | 11:0 AM to 04:00 PM everyday

XTreme Fear | October 1 to 31, 2020 | 6 PM – 11 PM everyday

Venue & Address :

Giggle Dam Dinner Theatre, 2680 Shaughnessy Street, Port Coquitlam

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  1. Ava fanzega

    when attending this event, I had to wait in a queue after being told in an email that I wouldn’t when purchasing my tickets early, as well as told I would be able to access the bar after we went through the haunted house and after being thrown in a queue by the time we were out the bar was closed. On top of all this, the worst part, A lady asked me to write my personal information down in my notes on my phone which she then took a picture of because she didn’t have my info saved, to send me my pictures, I trusted them to keep my privacy a priority. However, partway through November after going to this in early October I realized I still wasn’t sent my pictures. When contacting Vancouver horror nights they said they thought I already received the pics and sent them again, all photos are in a public album everyone can access with thousands of other photos so good luck finding your pics! when I did come across my pics I also found my personal information that the lady took a p!
    icture of to be posted publicly, this is unacceptable, and when contacting Vancouver horror nights about this a manager phoned me. As I was explaining what happened the call failed and when phoning back the phone number wasn’t in service, I got a voicemail from the manager saying I would be called back later that day and I wasn’t. I then continued to email them about my concern and have received no response since. When my mother emails then she gets a response but is told they can’t talk to her about my situation. This is very irresponsible on part of the business and to be honest it’s not even worth the money to have such a poor experience and to have my personal information sent to who knows how many people not to mention the haunted house was lame, you can find better ones at fright nights or almost anywhere else. How will this be resolved??

    December 8, 2020 at 2:03 PM

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