impressed by the creativity of the Asylum group. This attraction
interesting departure from typical, mainstream haunts. Most
other haunted attractions have a linear, easy-to-follow path (to
maximize throughput), but the Asylum of
Mad Dreams was set up quite differently.
of the entrances/exits to the various scenes were hidden,
forcing you to search for a way out, half of the time. In one scene you had to crawl through
a freezer unit with a sliding glass door and in another part of
the house you had to crawl across the front seat of a car,
opening up one door and exiting out of the other. At
times, navigating the house was quite a challenge. They even
had you crawl on your hands and
knees a time or two. I really enjoyed
the multiple levels and long slides.
actors were very enthusiastic and on cue nearly every
time. Various areas of the house were either
dimly lit or fog-filled, thus providing a great opportunity for
the ghouls to come out of nowhere and surprise you.
I enjoyed this attraction, due to it's unconventional nature and
amount of entertainment provided for the admission price.
If you want to visit an attraction that is unlike "the
norm", be sure to check this one out.
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