- Nuit de Terreur claims to be the biggest haunted house in Quebec.
- 2 levels of intensity allow visitors to choose their own path depending on their bravery.
Before the ground is transformed into a skating rink, before the cool air turns blistering cold, before we hide out for the winter, there is a lot going on in and around Montreal to keep you busy.
Laval is known for its big shopping malls, stately homes and srawl, which is why it is the perfect location for a giant haunted house.
That is right, Laval is going to be getting the largest and most impressive haunted house in Quebec. Night of Terror will arrive this month and I couldn’t be more afraid!
The House of Terror will open its doors to those who are brave enough to enter them on September 27, 2019 and it is said to be an event that will haunt your dreams for a long time.
This haunted house is going to be the largest of its kind in Quebec, housing more than 15,000 square feet of pure terror.
Hard Kore Fabrication is bringing the event to us and with over ten years of experience, they have decided to team up with Escaparium, a company known for its realistic and thrilling escape games.
Together, they have created the most mind-boggling and terrifying haunted house we have ever seen.
There are two different types of evenings, depending on how scared you want to get.
“Wimpy Wednesdays and Thursdays” are an option for people looking for something a little less hardcore.*
The more terrifying evening is appropriately called the “total night of terror" and if you want to be petrified like never before, this is the evening for you.
Horreur Québec states that guests will find themselves surrounded by numerous themes including a zombie invasion, a bloody butcher and, of course, demonic clowns, because there is nothing is scarier than a clown.
With a total 25 actors will be on site to animate the evening, "it's a safe bet that your friends and you will live an unforgettable experience," says the event website.*
Haunted House — Night of Terror
When: Wednesday to Sunday from September 27 to November 3, 2019
Where: 5545 B boul. of Rossignols, Laval
*This article has been updated