- 2285 S Broadway
- Green Bay, WI
- Average Review
- (3 reviews)
- Scare Factor
- Appropriate For
- Ages 12+; Kids Day Appropriate for Young Children
- Organization Type
- Commercial / For Profit
- Listing Categories
- Haunted Houses, Not-So-Scary Haunted Houses (Kid Friendly)
- More Info
- Wheelchair Accessible, Outdoor Event(s), Indoor Event(s), Touching Not Allowed, Free Parking
Long ago, a circus train carrying a band of clowns headed for Milwaukee derailed and cast the motley gang into the woods by the river – killing some and disfiguring the remainder. The survivors were thrown into the darkness and abandoned for dead, turning hungry and vengeful as the townsfolk came to gawk at the wreckage. Starving, disgruntled and out for vengeance, the clowns turned cannibalistic and commandeered an abandoned slaughterhouse to lure unwitting hikers and adventurers into their trap. If you’ve never seen a chainsaw wielding disfigured clown, you haven’t really lived…or died. Dare to discover your destiny at the Slaughter House and hopefully live to tell the tale!
Wisconsin has sent all of their criminals, demented souls, and asylum patients to live out their days at an old house down the tracks. But, the group of misfits grew restless and took control of the old house – creating a place of anarchy, debauchery and the darkest of secrets. And any curious soul that has set out to discover what lurks inside has been met with a terminal fate. Even law enforcement dares not step on the property. Rumors claim that beneath the house exists catacombs containing real human bones and “sewing” rooms where flesh is used to create horrifying masks and clothing. And behind the house lies murky swamps that hide the remains of visitors past. Dare you journey through the house to discover the secrets that lurk within? Email Haunt Owner
Upon arriving each group (NOT each person) is given ONE glowstick. After all participants sign a waiver of liability, the group enters the 13th Floor in total darkness where monsters and mayhem await.
It is up to your group to find its own way out. Inside the depths of the darkness a horde of monsters roam freely, equipped with the latest in night vision technology, ready to reap havoc upon all those that enter.
As you navigate your way through Blackout it is not uncommon for participants to get lost, separated from their groups, and/or have their glow sticks stolen by the terrors that lurk inside.
This event is not for the faint of heart and is not recommended for those under the age of 13.
Hours of Operation: Check out daily hours here: http://terroronthefox.com/schedule/
Ticket booth opens at 6:30 pm; attractions open at 7:00 pm
Admission Costs: General Admission: $25
Fast Pass: +$10
Kids Days: $5
Payments Accepted: Cash, Credit Cards, Debit Cards
- event open dates
Recent ReviewsReview This Haunt
Absolutely worth it!!
I can't believe how much this place has changed! The new slaughter house is terrifying! Clowns and chainsaws?!?! I nearly crapped myself. The train ride is scary as all heck. Then you get to the house itself! The lights, actors, costumes and music..it was like being at a heavy metal concert! And that is while you wait to be let in! Once inside it is non-stop jump scares and creepy ass monsters!
Scare Factor: Fun Factor: Haunt Value:
I have always heard so much about terror on the fox so I thought I'd finally check it out. I wasn't impressed. I waited in line for 2 hours to walk through for 10 min. The coolest part was the train to see some of the city and the monsters singing in the front. The worst part was i drove an hour for that. In that time i could have hit up two others I wanted to see also.Posted 10/19/14
1 out of 4 found this review helpful
Amazing scene designs, actors and makeupPosted 10/16/14
3 out of 4 found this review helpful