Bronx Haunted Warehouse: Will You Survive the Zombie Apocalypse?
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The last date listed for Bronx Haunted Warehouse was Wednesday October 31, 2012 / 7:00pm-11:00pm.
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Horrible!! What a waste of money! The entire thing lasted at most 5 minutes and the scariest part was at the end when you come out and you realize they let you out in a secluded abandoned street. The scary part was realizing you might get...continued
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Learn more about the event and get your questions answered on the" FAQ page.":http://hauntedhousebronx.com/frequently-asked-questions/
The haunted house takes about 15-20 minutes to walk through.
There is a place to buy snacks and beverages at the venue.
The experience is somewhat physically challenging. There is uneven footing, it’s very dark, there are lots of twists and turns. Don’t wear high heels or skimpy sandals or gigantic platform shoes or clothes that keep you from moving freely. It’s a crowded environment and people are scared, which means they get a little sweaty, so its a lot better if you don’t wear your white cashmere sweater or your brand-new white jeans. Your shoes may get stepped on and your clothes might get mussed.
The house is not recommended for people with back or heart problems, pregnant women, those prone to seizures, anyone with an affliction exacerbated by anxiety or fear, or those with mobility problems. Further, there are enclosed spaces and minimal climbing may be necessary during part of the tour. You should also know that strobe lights and fog are used in the haunted house.