As a haunted house known for full-contact, in-your-face scares, we are saddened by the possibility of not being able to deliver our show with the intensity you have come to know and love. If we are able to be hands-on, and to what degree, will be determined closer to opening weekend in September.
As of right now, we intend to have our actors wear face masks and will conduct temperature checks at clock-in. We will continue our policy of keeping actors in the same spots and costumes as much as possible, and will increase cleaning frequency on both.
If you or anyone in your party is sick or have symptoms of concern, you should not visit Nightmare on Edgewood.
Face masks for customers will be highly recommended, but not mandatory. Masks will be for sale on-site, while supplies last.
We will have hand sanitizer stations available to customers waiting in line, and all actors will have access to hand sanitizer behind the scenes.
General Admission ticket holders will wait in a standard queue line with six-foot social distancing markers. The Fast Pass line will operate on a timed ticketing system wherein a limited number of tickets are assigned 30-minute blocks of time to arrive. This will ensure a significantly shorter wait than the General Admission line.
As an extreme haunted house that’s been in operation for over 40 years, your safety has always been our number one priority. This year is certainly no different. We are monitoring the situation and following all official recommendations, but want to be clear that these plans may change as we approach opening weekend on September 18th and 19th.
If you have specific concerns not addressed here, please email email@example.com or message us on Facebook. We look forward to seeing you in the fall!