A night of horror and terror returns to Oswego Road in Liverpool this October. This frightening experience is fun for the whole family, but only the bravest souls will make it to the other side.
"A Nightmare on Oswego Road" is back again this year, being held every Friday and Saturday from 7-11pm during the month of October. The spooky path is a half mile long, twisting and turning through the gates of hell.
Who needs a haunted hay ride when you can control your own destiny? Walk alongside your favorite horror characters, including clowns and other ghostly ghouls. The road might be scary, but it's worth every step.
All visitors 14 and older are welcome to walk the path. Anyone 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Groups are limited to 6 people per walk, with all tickets being moved to presale.
Prices are a little bit different from last year, but not by much. It is $20 for all Adults and then $15 for Children 14 and under. Since the event is a half mile walk through the woods and completely outdoors, you are asked to dress accordingly.
Once again, tickets are ONLY available by purchasing them ahead of time. You can claim a spot for you and your friends by visiting their website.
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