Georgetown Morgue2 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 5000 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98134, USA, United States
- Timings: 06:00 pm - 11:59 pm Details
- Phone: +1-2067622067
The Georgetown Morgue is a fantastic place to visit with your friends. This is by far the best-haunted house experience you will get in the city of Seattle. The house is originally associated with some dark history and patching professional setup to it really increases the creeps in you. Real actors put up a great show and with food being also provided nearby, this is a wonderful setup to visit and enjoy if you want to try something adventurous and new. The entire house is designed elaborately to give you a spine-chilling experience.
How to Reach Georgetown Morgue
- Buses 113, 121 and 122 to stop : East Marginal Way S&S Hudson
Georgetown Morgue Reviews & Ratings
Me and my bf got here around 8PM and were happy to see the parking area well directed by employees, who were very efficient and friendly despite the pouring rain. Plenty of parking as well. Going on a Saturday the weekend before Halloween I was expecting an insanely long line - which the regular line was (and I mean LONG) but the VIP line was a fairly short wait. Between the very excited skeleton painted face DJ playing pop music and hearing screams from the event itself, it wasn’t a bad time at all. I’d 100% recommend the VIP tickets from Costco as it’s only $20 a ticket which I believe is cheaper than regular admission. I should note though that the waiting area does flood quite a bit but like any fall day in Seattle bring some rain boots and an umbrella and you’ll be fine. I screamed constantly throughout the walk through and if you scream - they WILL pay extra attention to you to scare you further. It’s awesome. Parts of it were funny and the special effects were very varied and fun as well. It’s fairly self guided in that you could get your space from the people in front of you if you wanted more of that isolated feeling. TL;DR - Get the VIP tickets (ideally from Costco if you’re a member) and enjoy the free parking, professional employees, special effects, and scares. 👻
One of the best haunted houses in Seattle during Halloween. This is run by one of the local radio stations and it has a lot of backing. It takes about 10 minutes to go through, and they have deals on Tuesday nights and with big groups. Be careful, the lines get long real fast so you should try to go as early as possible to avoid standing outside for a long time. There is a bar next door to pass some time or grab some food, both before and after.
They have done a great job of creating the best haunted house in Seattle. It is the best haunted house I visited in my life comparing with the work of art in other states. Even for a Senior person like me in the 70+ age group it was exciting. The only suggestion I have is that " if they would have provided simple floor small LED lights in the dark areas it would help follow the path rather than bumping on incoming ghosts and objects. Above all it was worth the wait of about an hour in cold rain to visit the site was very well worth the visit. Congrats and keep up the good work.
So fun, so scary - definitely worth it. Probably lasted around 15 minutes and if you can get VIP tickets (from Costco, and it is a great deal), do it. The lines are long, even for VIP, and super long for the regular line. Still, it moved relatively quickly and helped with building the anticipation. The rooms were varied in size and experience, with some cleverly devised scares.
Very effective, smartly designed, and highly polished haunted house. Classic scares done remarkably well. VIP tickets recommended - effectively skips a HUGE line. Went on the last Friday before Halloween, and only waited ~10min. Also, if you're a Costco member - they sell VIP tickets for $20. Fantastic deal.