- 30 Valley Road
- Danvers, MA
- Average Review
- (2 reviews)
- Scare Factor
- Very Scary
- Appropriate For
- Organization Type
- Commercial / For Profit
- Listing Categories
- Haunted Houses, Haunted Hay Rides, Zombie Hunts & Shootouts, Haunted Mazes / Haunted Corn Mazes, Spook Walks / Haunted Trails, Pumpkin Patches, Scream Parks, Hay Rides (Kid Friendly), Mazes / Corn Mazes (Kid Friendly), Other Events
- More Info
- Outdoor Event(s), Indoor Event(s), Touching Not Allowed, Free Parking
The 7-Acre, World Famous Corn Maze is a NON HAUNTED, family friendly attraction, and is safe for ALL AGES. The maze received international attention when a family “got lost” and called 911 to find their way out. Cling to your flashlight or use the moon as your guide. Although the maze is not staffed with actors, that won’t settle your nerves. The rustling of the corn in the wind and shadows on the path will convince you that you are not alone.
The Haunted Farm is HYSTERIA’s feature attraction. This 30+ minute walking trail takes you on a trek through a horror filled forest, along the banks of a real swamp, and around a REAL (historic to the farm) 17th Century Burial Ground. Become part of the experiment as you step into the warped world of Dr. Dolor and experience “Twisted Scary Tales” like you never have before. The sights, sounds, and smells you will experience at HYSTERIA’s Haunted Farm are unlike ANYTHING you have encountered at traditional indoor haunted houses. THIS is what REAL nightmares are made of.
SHOOT LIVE ZOMBIES! Hop on our wagons and get your blood flowing on the North Shore’s ONLY Zombie Paintball Ride! This intense, action-packed attraction is guaranteed to get your adrenaline pumping! This ride is safe for ALL AGES. Tickets and dates are limited. Please see the full calendar on the TICKETS page. Due to overwhelming demand, early dates are already SOLD OUT! Reserve your spot today before you miss your opportunity! Email Haunt Owner
A must for halloween!!!
A great place to visit if you're not to scared!! The Haunted Cornfield was top notch! I felt like I was in a scary movie. This is how awesome it was. Perfect for anyoneone seeking a thrill. The set up was amazing!! The performers did an excellent job! Will be going back next year!! The corn maze was nice also but I had a flashlight whih is much needed!!Posted 10/18/14
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LOVE THIS PLACE!!!!
One of the coolest haunts I have ever been to. Me and my girlfriend showed up at 7:00PM on a Friday night, and it was pretty busy, but lines moved quickly and we got to enjoy every attraction. First, we tried the Haunted Cornfield. WELL DONE Connors Farm. It's not like other haunts where everything is so overwhelming and crazy, but it has an eeriness of its own. Whoever designed it is a PRO. I almost peed my pants (and yes, I'm a dude.) when we went through the Butchers shop, which is basically a long trailer unit with a shop built inside. In there, I think there were only 5 or 6 actors, but they did SUCH a good job. It was BY FAR my favorite part of the haunt. They even had a young girl (maybe 13 or 14) chained up and being thrown around by this HUGE dude. I learned later that it was a father & daughter duo (whew, that was relieving!). At the end, we entered a giant cage, where several actors came crashing into, locked us inside of it, and began hitting the sides with an electrical device that threw sparks everywhere. We had to go out through this tight passageway that we pushed through to get out (I made an adult joke about it later...) Overall, the haunt was a 10 out of 10. Now, onto Zombie Paintball (once my girlfriend and I changed our underpants). We got on the tricked-out trailer unit, pulled by a surprisingly quiet tractor. Our guide was clear and addressed directions and rules well to everyone (even without a microphone) and put on a GREAT act. We drove onto the course, and began shooting at the surplus of live actors. Some of them got REALLY into it. My girlfriend swore she shot one about 5' away. The guns had a LOT of power to them too. The actors seemed to enjoy the show too, which REALLY enhanced the experience. We didn't go in the flashlight maze because of time constraints (on our part), but we did stop by the farmstand at the end, and picked up some delicious food and apple cider donuts. Great job Connors Farm! You guys kicked butt this year, I can't wait to see the attraction next year!Posted 2/18/14
1 out of 1 found this review helpful