While the haunted house at Ogden Point is on hiatus this year, another Victoria scare-station has decided to up their spook levels with a brand new theme.
Heritage Haunted House is back to scare Victorians for the 14th year and this year, their theme is Phobias.
Every October 31st, this character house in Saanich is transformed into something you’d find in your worst nightmares. Zombies, witches, ghouls, clowns – if you fear it, they’ve got it.
What started as a small event with a handful of props at Carly Burbank’s home has now evolved into a full scale production encompassing the entire property, including 2000 sq feet of their basement.
This year, the organizers have decided to keep Heritage Haunted House open for one more day on November 1st for those who just can’t get enough of Halloween activities.
Tickets for entry on October 31st are available by donation at the entrance, but admission for the next day must be pre-booked through this website.
As usual, all proceeds will go to the Help Fill a Dream Foundation – a local charity helping children in Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands who have been diagnosed with life threatening illnesses.
“What Help Fill A Dream does for Vancouver Island children and families is such a valuable service. They step in when parents are facing the most difficult time of their lives, and assist with so many of the costs associated with facing a paediatric life-threatening illness,” said Burbank in a statement.
“As parents, none of us ever want to imagine our children being sick, let alone having to be without the financial means to receive the treatment required. That is really terrifying.”
Make sure to head over to Heritage Haunted House to make some nightmares come true – all for a good cause!
- When: Thursday October 31st, 5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Friday November 1st, 5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
- Where: 3808 Heritage Lane
- Admission: By donation at entrance on October 31st
Pre-book through this website for November 1st