There’s a new haunt coming to Huntington Beach and it’s located in the haunted Newland House. The Newland House was built in 1898 for pioneers William and Mary Newland and their ten children. It is the oldest residence in Huntington Beach.
Hunting Haunt Experience will be held from October 28 through 31st. Bone chilling terror awaits you as Huntington Beach’s most notoriously feuding families, the Hauntington’s and the Oldland’s request your presence at the doomed wedding of the bride and groom.
The haunt is located on two acres and is an interactive experience where you become part of the story. It’s described as part haunted house, part theater and part “interactive” moving play. There is also a Haunted Carnival with artisans displaying their wares, a Victorian psychic, henna painting and a costume contest as well as live entertainment, food, wine and craft beers.
The experience starts with a candlelit tour of the house itself and the whole experience lasts about 35 minutes. There is also a “Happy Hours” for kids where families can tour the Newland House and have an interactive experience while characters dressed in costume add to the experience. The kids can dress up and go trick-or-treating as well as enjoy a pumpkin patch and other fun activities.
Proceeds will help fund a Universally Accessible Playground in Huntington Beach
September 17th they will be hosting auditions for characters and will also be looking for volunteers to help as ushers or other behind the scenes help such as ticketing, organization, set up, photography, etc.
‘Haunting Hours’ tickets (13+ and adults only) are $25.00
Family Friendly ‘Happy Hours’ tickets are $12.50 for adults and children
Both include entrance to the Carnival to enjoy the entertainment
All activities, food and beverages are an additional charge
Limited tickets available – Only 4 nights