WE KNOW YOU’VE BEEN WAITING…

Come one, come all, and prepare to be frightened. Gather your family and friends and head down to the Medicine Hat Brick & Tile Factory (612 Porcelain Road, Formerly I-XL Industries) for a fun and freaky Halloween experience. There you’ll find a circus tent to keep you warm and get you set up to enter Haunted Factory: Circus of Horror. Advanced tickets are required, and they WILL sell out. Get them here ASAP!

>>GET YOUR TICKETS NOW<<

TICKETS

Group (8 People) ……………. $80

Single Adult ………………….. $15

Single Youth & Child* ……….. $10

* Youth 14 and under must be accompanied by a parent.
* Youth/Child tickets cover the age range from 3-18 years old. Children 2 years and under can attend free.

DATES

Friday, October 27th

Night Tours from 7-11 pm

Saturday, October 28th

Night Tours from 7-11 pm

Sunday, October 29th

‘Lights On’ Kid’s Tours from 2-5 pm

FAQs:

What’s new this year?

This year the Haunted Factory will be happening entirely at the Medicine Hat Brick & Tile Factory. This is a change, as in past years, the event also included some activities at Medalta. This year we will have a smaller waiting space in an heated tent outside the Medicine Hat Brick & Tile Factory. This change will help reduce delays that were experienced in past years, due to customers needing to travel back and forth between two venues.

This year we are ONLY selling tickets in advance. This helps us to plan in advance, and ensures that everyone is well informed, knows when to show up, and is prepared for the big night!

Which tour should I attend?

Use your discretion when deciding if your kids should attend the “lights on” tour, or a night time tour. Everybody’s scare factor is different! The “lights on” tour has all the same fun, plenty of creepiness, but a bit less mystery. The nightly tour is appropriate in content for kids, but it could be a bit too intense for some. We trust you to make the decision that’s right for you!

Is this event accessible?

The Haunted Factory tour goes through parts of the factory that are not quite accessible to mobility devices. There many uneven floors and some rough outdoor patches. We regret that this leaves out some of our Medalta community, but we would be happy to chat about possible solutions for individual cases.