Cape Cod’s Scariest Haunted Attraction – all new for 2015!

After 37 years, The Harvest of Horrors has been completely reconfigured, redesigned, and expanded for 2015.  The former stage show and haunted house have been replaced with an all-new haunted hayride and outdoor walking trail.

Guests first board a tram for a Haunted Hayride deep in the woods behind the 33-acre farm.  The ride creeps along a dark, 1/2 mile long dirt road, where creatures begin to stir and attempt to stop visitors from returning home.

The tram then drops passengers off at the entrance to the Haunted Forest, where the audience is separated into small groups as they enter.  The winding outdoor path is 1/4 mile long(newly expanded for 2015) and is not for the faint of heart.  Audiences thrill to encounter exhibits containing horrible monsters and other frightening scenarios (all in good fun, naturally), on their way to the exit.

Both the Haunted Hayride and Haunted Forest will feature live actors in elaborate costumes and make-up, professional animatronics, and special effects.

Caution: Smoke machines, strobe lights, and lasers will be in use, and there will be loud noises, uneven terrain, and areas of complete darkness.

The Haunted Hayride is an open-air ride, so please dress appropriately.  Proper footwear is required for the Haunted Forest and you must be physically able to negotiate walking on uneven terrain in the dark.

Tha Harvest of Horros will be open on October 10, 11, 16, 17, 23, 24, 30 and 31. Gates open at 6:30 pm, with the last ticket sold at 9:00 pm each night.  Admission for both the tractor ride and the haunted forest is $12.00 per person, and is recommended for adults and children over 12.  Closed in the event of rain. Cash and checks only.

For more information, call 508-527-0189, or email us.

October - 2016
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$12.00 per person
6:30 - 9:00 PM
Tony Andrews Farm
394 Old Meeting House
East Falmouth, MA