ScareHouse moving into Pittsburgh Mills Mall for Halloween season

ScareHouse moving into Pittsburgh Mills Mall for Halloween season

TARENTUM, Pa. — Pittsburgh, zombies and shopping malls are a match firmly entrenched in horror history and local lore. That’s why organizers with The ScareHouse said they are moving into a larger, permanent home inside The Pittsburgh Mills mall for the 2020 Halloween season.

What’s new this year? EVERYTHING! www.scarehouse.com You know that Pittsburgh Zombies love shopping malls – and we think you will love our new, larger, and permanent home inside The Pittsburgh Mills! No more parking hassles and no more long lines in 2020. Nightly attendance will be carefully limited to 50% of our normal occupancy, and each group will be private. You and your group of friends will be the ONLY ones allowed to enter together (No more than six people per group) Some time slots may sell out in advance. We strongly recommend buying tickets online from www.scarehouse.com COVID PRECAUTIONS: • All guests must wear face coverings per state, county, and CDC guidelines • Maintain six-foot distance from other groups and ScareHouse staff while on premises • No-touch hand-sanitizing stations will be provided, along with public restrooms; please keep hands sanitized and clean at all times • Purchase tickets in advance to ensure the best price and that your selected evening is not sold out • Follow all signs and instructions from ScareHouse team members. Anyone who does not follow these guidelines will be asked to leave immediately Please visit our website for further details: https://www.scarehouse.com/covid19

Posted by The ScareHouse on Friday, August 21, 2020

According to a post on its Facebook page, nightly attendance for the haunted attraction will be limited to 50% and each group will be private. Each group will be the only people allowed to enter together and groups will be capped at six people.

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All guests will be required to wear a face covering, hand sanitizer will be provided and people are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance. Organizers said the new location will help with parking issues and long lines of people waiting to enter.

A new attraction, Scream District, was delayed last fall as permitting issues with the city of Pittsburgh meant the opening had to be postponed. It led to the entire production not opening in time for Halloween.

The ScareHouse has been nationally recognized in recent years as being “One of America’s Scariest Haunted Houses” and director Guillermo Del Toro has commented on the production quality.

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