So, what should you expect?
Gravestone Manor is a theatrical presentation, where the audience joins the cast - traveling through an elaborate set. More akin to a play than a traditional haunted house, there are still plenty of scares. As a matter of fact, Gravestone Manor is not intended for children under 8 years of age.
Our attraction is designed, constructed and staffed entirely by volunteers who donate their time in support of the United Way of Wyoming Valley. This year will mark our 18th season.
For 2016 Gravestone Manor unleashes an all-new story line, new rooms and new special effects!
Something odd is happening in a patch of woods just off route 315 in Plains, Pennsylvania. People keep vanishing. Not so many people, or so frequently, that it couldn’t be attributed to ordinary, undetermined causes. However, one lone detective with a dingy office in the basement of his precinct has other ideas about what might be happening out there in the woods. Strange ideas.
Everyone who buys a ticket to this year’s show will become an apprentice detective. You will join this veteran investigator as we look into the latest car crash. Together, we will follow the clues to the dark places they lead. Gravestone Manor is a unique blend of interactive live theatre with haunted house style scares. Email Haunt Owner
Hours of Operation: Fridays, Saturdays: 7:00pm until 11:00pm
Sundays: 7:00pm until 9:30pm
Admission Costs: $10
Payments Accepted: Cash, Credit Cards
- event open dates
Good Price, Good Cause, Good Scare
I have visited this attraction for the past 3 years. I am always impressed at the quality of the attraction since the admission price goes to a charitable cause. 10$ is very reasonable compared to most local attractions. While the majority of the rooms/decor of the attraction remain the same year to year, they do a good job creating a new theme each year. There were some great upgrades and new features this year (don't wanna spoil the surprise by telling what they are).Posted 10/11/14
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Though there was a story to be told, and the guide was friendly and good at telling it, overall it was just boring. The scenes were interesting with a lot of color and a lot to look at, but nothing scared me, and I scare easily! I think this attraction is more friendly to younger kids than older kids or adults.Posted 9/29/14
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