The Pennhurst Haunted attraction includes the Pennhurst Asylum, a hospital themed walk thru attraction featuring many items and artifacts that were part of the original State School. Located on the upper floors of the old Administration building, which dates to 1908, this attraction features a combination of high tech animatronics, digital sound and motivated actors, as well as fine detail and realism. We have added lots of new props, and made many changes for the upcoming season.
THE DUNGEON OF LOST SOULS
Features a labyrinth of old cells, drafty halls and a series of human experiments that have gone horribly wrong. This show includes CGI special effects, illusions, great detail and amazing actors.
THE TUNNEL TERROR
The Tunnel Terror attraction takes you through a 900 foot long gauntlet underneath the grounds of the old State School, first named Pennhurst Home for the Feeble Minded and Epileptic. Upgraded with amazing catacombs, new sets and scares, this attraction is guaranteed to produce screams.
The final attraction, called Ghost Hunt, is a self guided tour of the Mayflower Building, reportedly the most active of all the locations on the campus, and featured on Ghost Adventures and Ghost Hunters. Armed with only a flashlight, visitors are allowed to wander through the dormitory, left just as it was 26 years ago, and search for spirits on their own. The Ghost Hunt includes an all new walking tour of an abandoned section of the infamous Pennhurst property Email Haunt Owner
Hours of Operation: FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 6:30 TO 10:30
SUNDAY & THURSDAY 6:30 TO 9:30
Admission Costs: Pennhurst Asylum: $16
Dungeon of Lost Souls: $16
Ghost Hunt: $21
Tunnel Terror: $16
Combo Pass for 3 Haunts $42
Combo Pass for all 4 Events: $47
VIP Pass $78
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Recent ReviewsReview This Haunt
by far the best
I left absolutely terrified, and I'm a tough critic. The drive to the attraction alone gets you a little nervous, then the walk towards the asylum adds to it even more. Each of the attractions were equally awesome. So worth the long drive and money paid, and would definitely recommend it and go again!Posted 9/29/14
the tunnel is the best part and should definitely be saved for lastPosted 9/13/14
I am an attraction owner and took my actors to Pennhurst for their 2010 opening season. The actors were on que and very believable. Their sets were good and themed around a mental hospital. The tunnel was really creepy. In 2011 they have opened several other attractions at the location. I would recommend this attraction as it it creepy just to see it in the daylight let alone at night with actors. What a good time.Posted 10/5/11