This is FrightTown’s 12th season at the Rose Quarter, and it’s our longest and scariest season yet. FrightTown is Oregon’s largest and most popular haunted attraction, with three huge haunted houses in a building the size of a city block (over 40,000 square feet!). There are some haunted attractions in Oregon that would fit entirely in just one of FrightTown’s haunts!
FrightTown will feature three haunts:
All new for 2016, FrightTown’s Grimthorn Manor haunted adventure takes place in a decaying mansion once owned by the proud but heartless Grimthorn family. A poor gypsy seeking shelter is shunned and abused by the cruel family and in turn, she places a curse on the family so that they become the monsters to match their already black souls. Now, the once proud Grimthorn Manor is a crumbling house of death, overrun by ghosts, vampires, and werewolves. Featuring classic monsters with a modern twist, Grimthorn Manor is the perfect way to celebrate Halloween in Oregon this year.
The Witch House
Missing persons reports and cases of bizarre mutilations have drawn the Portland Police to the F.Y.F.S Warehouse, a long deserted and burnt out skeleton of a building where a demonic cult has holed up to practice their witchcraft in the dark, secret halls. It is your mission to enter the warehouse after S.W.A.T. teams have failed to report, and verify the rumors of cultists savagely maiming and killing any outsiders that dare to interrupt their conjuring. Wind your way through a hellish warehouse full of cultists and demons. 2016 will be the LAST CHANCE to see the brutal and bloody house before it is retired. Don’t miss out!
Baron Von Goolo’s Museum of Horrors
Von Goolo, the world’s premier occult hoarder and paranormal zookeeper, has searched high and low – from the snowiest mountain peak to the darkest corner under your bed – and filled his Museum with oddities and entities that will make your eyeballs run screaming into your brainpan! Baron Von Goolo’s Museum of Horrors returns with never before seen exhibits, including horrifying scarecrows, a twisted trick or treat candy factory and our all new “Puh-Puh-Puh-Pirate Ghost Swamp”, a collaboration between FrightTown and the Portland Pirate Group, PDX Yar. Baron Von Goolo’s Museum Of Horrors is the longest running haunted attraction in Portland. Come see why Rue Morgue Magazine called Baron’s place ‘the greatest cabinet of curiosities they’d ever seen.’ You’ll scream with laughter – if you can ever stop screaming!
Parents are warned by the scary nature of the haunted house and should use caution when bringing young children to FrightTown. For more information visit www.frighttown.com. FrightTown is co-produced by the 1031 Community Theatre (www.1031theatre.org); a Portland-based non-profit arts dedicated to multi-disciplinary arts projects with themes of Halloween and horror.
Tickets are available now and can be purchased online at www.rosequarter.com. Ticket price is $23 to all three haunted attractions (plus service charges).
Regular on sale tickets can be purchased at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum Box Office starting on on the night of and priced at $23 for admission to all three haunted attractions. No service charge when purchased at the Box Office. Tickets can also be purchased online at www.rosequarter.com (with added service charges). Get two tickets for the price of one on-site and online on 10/12, 10/13. “Speed Demon” ticket sells for $45 and allows you to jump to the front of the line at all three haunted houses on-site and online. For groups of 10 or more, please call 503-963-4400 to receive a group discount.
Insider Tip: On the weekends before Halloween, our lines get very long. For the shortest lines, shortest waits and easiest parking, weekdays by 9pm are your best bet. The show is just as scary, but the lines sure aren’t!