A “House of Horrors” photo posted to facebook.com/pottershouseofhorrors.

Potters’ House of Horrors sets date for opening weekend in Surrey

The ‘Death Valley Motor Inn’ is an all-new haunted house this year

Halloween is nearly two months away, but Potters House of Horrors has announced its opening weekend.

The all-new haunted house “Death Valley Motor Inn” will be opening Sept. 27 at Potter’s Nursery and Farm (12530 72nd Ave.)

A post on Potters’ Facebook page says, “The ice machine doesn’t work, the pool is stained with blood, the bed bugs are HUGE and most people never make it to check out.”

There is also a second haunted house: Devil’s Descent.

SEE ALSO: Potters in Surrey transforms into spooky old New York, Oct. 3, 2018

Tickets for opening weekend will be 50 per cent off. A post on Potters’ Instagram says it is the “preview weekend” to “iron out the wrinkles to get ready for our long run of terror to come October.”

“Same great show for a killer price,” the post reads.

House of Horrors will then close for the week after the preview weekend, reopening Friday, Oct. 4 and run through to Nov. 2 (the haunted house will be closed Monday, Oct. 14 for Thanksgiving).

The regular price for tickets is $12.99 for children, $15.99 for adults, $24.99 for a child speedpass and $29.99 for an adult speedpass.

To purchase tickets, visit pottershouseofhorrors.com/tickets.



lauren.collins@surreynowleader.com

Like us on Facebook Follow us on Instagram and follow Lauren on Twitter

Just Posted

$500K richer in lottery win, Surrey mom plans to buy townhouse for family

‘I’m already thinking of new furniture,’ says Lea Turner

Surrey murder victim’s sister pressuring feds during election

Maple Batalia’s sister Roseleen wants politicians to improve lot of victims after killer received compassionate leave from prison

Hat-wearing suspect sought in Guildford-area taxi robbery

Man was picked up in the 15900-block of Fraser Highway then driven to 163rd Street

Surrey RCMP looking for owner of stolen catalytic converters

They were found last Thursday, along with some power tools, in an abandoned rental truck

Surrey Eagles rebound with win Sunday after pair of road losses

South Surrey-based BC Hockey League team defeates Langley Rivermen on home ice

VIDEO: “How dare you?” Greta Thunberg addresses UN climate summit

‘We are in the beginning of a mass extinction and yet all you can talk about is money.’

Pettersson has 4 points as Canucks dump Ottawa 6-4

Vancouver wins NHL pre-season tilt in Abbotsford

British man returns to Yukon to tipple his own toe in long-running tradition

So-called sourtoe cocktail is a shot of whisky with a mummified human toe in it

Poll suggests Canadians concerned about fake news, but struggle to spot it

56 per cent of respondents admitted to reading or sharing inaccurate news

Province announces $3.5 million in funding for community solutions to overdose crisis

Grants up to $50,000 will be available for municipalities working with a regional health authority

Conservatives’ plan to ease mortgage stress-test rules may raise debt and prices

Andrew Scheer vows to loosen rules around stress test and remove it altogether for mortgage renewals

B.C. mom urges patience after rude comments while out with toddlers

People asked to be better and to help each other

U.S. wrestler says viral speeding ticket video was staged

WWE wrestler Lacey Evans says she does not condone disrespecting law enforcement officers

‘Own a piece of history’: Beachcombers location Molly’s Reach up for sale

‘This is one of B.C.’s most photographed buildings’

Most Read