|Scare Factor: Medium | Atmosphere: Good|
Visibility/Location: Once you find Washington St. there are a couple signs and a big inflated haunted horse and buggy.
Wait Entertainment: none
Length of Event: Depends on how long you take to travel through a dark maze . . . a reasonable answer would be about 20 minutes for maze and haunt.
Actor Performance: Young actors . . . however a good creepy dialogue in each room that had an actors. I definitely was never ignored!
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: There wasn't a line when I went in so it was smooth sailing all the way. When I've visited this attraction before and sometimes you have do the count to five deal or the actors try to hold you back for for less bumpage.
Appropriate Ages: 10 and up
Summary: Terror on Washington St. changed the layout this year! What a refreshing change! The dark maze is a tad narrow in parts and I feel a little bad for the actors I felt right into but it's understandable with the building space. I came on a slow day and alone (yeah I'm greedy. I want all the scares) but I enjoyed the fact that the actors were so verbal with me. I think this haunt could really shoot to number one by making use of costumes and space. Camouflage the actors in the small or weirdly lit rooms so they come out from the surroundings for a more claustrophobic scare effect. It's hard for actors to get their scare on when they hide around corners and behind black doors in such a tight haunt. Very enjoyable and I will be back for more and hopeful new scares!