Arizona’s premier haunted attraction and longest and largest haunted house in the Valley returns to deliver frights and fun to Arizonans.
Fear Farm is an outdoor haunted attraction that takes up about 30 acres, with five separate individual content attractions.
Fear Farm is open Tuesday through Sunday, 7 to 10 p.m. on weekdays and 7 p.m. to midnight on weekends. Busse encourages people to go during the week, if possible, as not only are the tickets cheaper, but it is usually slower allowing for a bit of a better show as there are less people and the actors are able to be more interactive.
This year, Fear Farm has two new themes as well as continuing some of its preexisting shows with some changes.
The attraction has changed out its Fallout New Nuketown to Infestation, which is irradiated, life-size bugs that are there to eradicate the human species.
The second new show is called the Depths of Darkness and is centered around a cult who worships Cthulhu and is nautically based. There are overgrown fish mutant species, sirens and a lighthouse.