For the Political Nightmare of 2016
Mexican artist Pedro Reyes has designed this immersive theater experience that is frightening, hysterical, and, above all, thought provoking. You’ll also get the chance to explore the historic Brooklyn Army Terminal that’s dystopian in its own right. Free, tickets.
For the One Who Never Gets Scared
The Forest of Fear
Voted the scariest “haunted house” in New York State, the Forest of Fear has earned quite the reputation for itself. With seven attractions, including the much-feared Slaughterhouse, this Tuxedo, New York institution is worth the trip. $20-30, Tickets.
For the Person Who Craves Touch
Ever wanted to be kidnapped and tortured alone, while your partner begs for help? This is Real is as realistic as it gets to being tortured, and audiences are loving it. The nearly-all-sold-out Brooklyn-based attraction is water-cooler convo for years. $100, Tickets.
For the Theater Geek
This 4-D experience in Graham Court (an actual haunted location in Harlem) in the basement where the elite’s stables were located is a 30-minute experience can be extended with a VIP pass that gives guests a skeleton key to explore new dimensions in Purgatory. You explore the realm 25,000 square feet. $45, VIP $60, Tickets.
[Featured Image of the Forest of Fear by Ron Frary]