Are you looking for a scary good time this Halloween?
A visit to the 13th Floor Haunted House, Denver’s largest haunted house, is an absolute must this Halloween season. This year they are serving up some ghoulish tricks and treats that are sure to be a howling good time.
We were fortunate enough to check out the 13th Floor’s brand-new attractions and can’t wait to tell you it.
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THE HAUNTED HOUSE
This year marks Thirteenth Floor Entertainment Group’s 14th year of scaring up haunted attractions in the Mile High city. With three brand-new haunted house attractions and so much more, it’s easy to see what makes the 13th Floor one of the scariest haunted houses… in the country. This year’s themes include: Frostbite a Cryogenics lab with a sinister motive, Doll Maker a collection of seriously scary Victorian dolls (aka our first nightmare), and our personal favorite Bad Blood highlighting an ancient feud between Vampires and Werewolves.
Psst… did we mention the super-secret bar in the Haunted house? For those 21+ looking for a little extra liquid courage to help you get through the haunted house, the Sub-Zero Secret Bar has you covered.
Come for the haunted house, stay for all the Halloween vibes.
Aside from their incredible haunted house, the 13th Floor also debuted some incredible Halloween themed activities and more that you absolutely need to check out. From axe throwing, mini-escape rooms, a Shriekeasy Bar and more; there’s plenty of fun to be had at the haunt this year.
We kicked off the night with Class Axe Throwing’s Sweaty Yeti pop-up that was a scary good time! While we were a little rusty, we’ll definitely have to head back to Class Axe Throwing to brush up for next year. We also tried our hand and one of the mini-escape rooms and enjoyed a few rounds of Blitz Bowl (think football + bowling + a dash of corn hole). From there we cooled down with some Halloween themed drinks from the Shriekeasy Bar and rested in peace (literally) in one of their R.I.P. Cabanas.
Psst… be sure to ask about their Sensory Overload experience.
The night was a frightful delight, and we hope you enjoy your visit as much as we did!