Fright Nights is a survival horror experience open to guests 13+ throughout the month of October. This immersive story line pairs guests against an apocalyptic zombie horde that has overrun the Battle Works CDC Test Laboratory.You will be briefed, armed and ushered into the multi-level Test Lab, where you must eliminate the infected, interact with any known survivors and attempt to re-arm yourself.
Fright Nights are an “intensely immersive and truly epic” horror attraction and only open to guests 13 years or older. Open: Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sundays 7pm-12am (October)
DO I NEED TO BUY TICKETS IN ADVANCE?
“Fright Nights” tickets can be purchased individually online in advance of your desired date and help us forecast your arrival. Online payments accept all major credit cards and guests receive an electronic copy of their ticket. Please PRINT YOUR TICKET or save to your mobile device to present to staff at the door for admittance. Walk-ons are welcome and we do permit CASH only sales on arrival. *Battle Works reserves the right to deny admission to any person(s) for any reason.
WILL ANYONE TOUCH ME DURING THE EXPERIENCE?
We have a “no touch” policy, however, incidental contact may occur with our staff and other guests given the n0-light environment within the haunt. Our scare pros will not grab or maul you. Guests who aggressively touch, contact and/or assault staff will be immediately removed from the attraction without a refund.
WHY IS THERE AN AGE LIMIT? (13 yrs or older)
Fright Nights intensive haunt experience that utilizes military and law enforcement grade inert weapon platforms in addition to some material, environments, and language not intended for children. *Note: Our attraction age limits are non-negotiable.
HOW LONG DOES THE ATTRACTION TAKE?
Fright Nights admission runs typically take from 20-35minutes to go through. Given the nature of our immersive interactions with actors along the story line and tactical engagement with the zombie horde the total time may vary each visit.
HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN BE ADMITTED AT ONE TIME? CAN MY GROUP OF THREE GO BY THEMSELVES?
Guests are admitted in groups of 5 to 7 maximum at one time due to the nature of our tactical equipment assigned to patrons. We do not permit larger than seven guests into the event for safety reasons and to ensure the quality of our guest’s experience. Smaller pairs of two, three guests etc. will be joined into larger flights of no more than seven and admitted. At peak guest volumes we do NOT allow any less than 5 persons at a time. Guests are not guaranteed admittance in pairings/groups of their choosing.
CAN I/WE TAKE VIDEO OR PHOTOS WHILE IN THE ATTRACTION?
No. Fright Nights is a no-light / low-light experience and for the safety and enjoyment of our guests, absolutely NO RECORDING DEVICES or cell phone use will be permitted. You may NOT wear any illuminated glow sticks, flashlights or enter with any other light emitting device(s).
IF I GET TOO SCARED TO MAKE IT THROUGH, CAN I GET A REFUND?
No. You paid us to scare you… We’ve delivered!
IF I AM IN LINE FOR ADMISSION AT CLOSING WILL I STILL GET IN?
Yes. Guest who have paid for admission and are in-line to enter will be granted admission. We reserve the right to close door sales at anytime for any reason and will clearly announce that to potential walk-up guests.
THE LINES ARE LONG, HOW CAN I AVOID THAT?
Arrive Early; We open the first week of October beginning Thursday through Sunday. Our first few weekends and especially Thursdays will avoid the crowd and reduce your wait time significantly. Think personal nightmare experience!
WHAT TIME DOES FRIGHT NIGHTS USUALLY OPEN?
Typically we open our doors at or near 7pm unless we are experiencing a technical or safety problem.
Battle Works CDC Test Labs are, a live viral strand testing site that has fallen into quarantined chaos. An unknown mass infection spread throughout large sections of this BSL-4 level facility where the government has been secretly testing on humans. Test subjects and staff, may be morbidly infected and the outbreak has lead to absolute chaos with very few reports being released after the lock-down. The lab needs your help to “contain the outbreak” by going inside. You will be sent through the multi-leveled test labs to face the infected and search for survivors-if any. Strands of the test virus have led the infected (zombies) to act differently throughout the test lab. Some run on contact others lay in wait to find their next flesh eating meal by latching on to anything that moves.
Battle Works CDC Test Lab Site, will equip you with a recoiling gas cylindered M4, full weight laser rifle and a Molle style tactical vest. These weapon platforms fire an infrared laser beam accurate up to 500 yards. No projectiles are fired from our weapon platforms only an IR light which is necessary to stun and/or eliminate the infected zombie(s). Lastly, conserve your shots as this is REAL, reloading and finding spare ammunition will be necessary in order to make it through the multi-leveled CDC Test Lab Site. *If your name is Glenn just don’t bother volunteering!