Only six people at a time will be allowed in the attraction, according to Netherworld. They will first be guided on a rope by a “ghostly spirit,” but, at some point, the guide will disappear, leaving guests to make it out on their own.
“This carefully paced event is a great way to experience the house without the larger crowds you might encounter during October,” Netherworld said in a press release.
After getting thoroughly spooked, guests can enjoy Netherworld’s carnival-style midway, all decked out for the holidays. There’s also a gift shop and a special laser tag event for the night called “Mutant Madness.”
Tickets for "A Haunted Holiday" are $25.95 on Netherworld's website and $28 at the door, but Netherworld encourages guests to purchase online to avoid the risk of showing up to a sold-out event. A package of six tickets can be purchased online for $125.95. Tickets to the "Mutant Madness" laser tag event are $15 each and only available on a first-come, first-served basis at the Netherworld gift shop.
Netherworld is located at 2076 W. Park Place Blvd. in Stone Mountain.
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