The Beast Haunted HouseCurrently Closed
- Address: 1401 W 13th St, Kansas City, MO 64102, USA, United States
- Timings: 07:30 pm - 11:59 pm Details
- Phone: +1-8168424280
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Family And Kids
Founded in the year 1991, The Beast is America's largest haunted house. The Beast introduced the open format design, wherein you won’t be walking in a line but rather you would be wandering through the scenes, never knowing when a spook will rock into action. At the Beast, you won’t just be looking at the scene; you are part of the action and that is truly an exciting experience. From the werewolf forest to the puzzling maze, from the three-story light tower to the swamp with its bloodthirsty alligators, the deranged pirate or the man-hunting lion, the haunted house is truly a spooky and unforgettable experience.
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Went on a Thursday night. Felt the houses were definitely short handed, some rooms not even having a monster in them, those that were there lacked the energy for a good scare. The house itself was a good general set up, with a few rooms you could get lost in and had to figure out your way to move forward. Not bad but definitely didn't live up to the hype.
Overall, I had fun at this location. The actors are very interactive with the customers. I enjoyed the different theme rooms, and the constant suspense of waiting for the unexpected. The only thing that I don't like is that its pitch black 75% of the time. I don't expect it to be highly lit, and visible inside of a haunted house, but just a little pinch of light so that I can at least know which direction to walk to. I wouldn't mind going back to visit.
This place would've been great if they didn't pack you in like sardines. We ended up in a very tight line going thru it so you would see all the jumps and scares way ahead of time. We ended up jumping once due to try to hold ourselves back for a little bit and then proceed. I would say the jump was the best and scariest part of it all. I would suggest they hold groups longer before putting in the next one.
Total disappointment!!!! In town to see my daughter and wanted to take her to her first haunted house, researched, researched and time and time again, The Beast and the associated venues were top rated. Bought the VIP tickets for all three houses. Arrived and quickly checked in, so far so good. From there all down hill, they let too many people in at a time, causing 5-10 min delays in the house at EVERY scare room. Most of the rooms and transitions were so dark, that it was hazardous and caused the delays. I have been to many haunted venues and have never encountered this type of scare tactic, it almost seems like they didn’t have anything setup for most of the house, so they turned off the lights. There were minimal actors all throughout the houses. They counted in the animatronics and dark for scares. Where were the killer clowns!!!! We got so disappointed, we did not even go to the third house. Definitely taking advantage of their past reputation.
Was #3 this year. The cinima and Edge of hell were better for once was a blast all the same. My daughter is a Marine stationed in Japan been gone for over a year this time. Surprised me by showing up on my door step so we could do our yearly tradition of going to the haunted houses. VIP tickets rock. We were able to hit all 3 in about 3 hours. Do it the same way every year. Lines were not as long to get in the night we went, but still worth the $ to go VIP. Thanks for the memories.