Slaughter House Farm

4.121 Votes
  • Address: 32076 Gordy Rd, Laurel, DE 19956, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-3023812150
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Adventure

Do you like to explore haunted places? If these places really interest you, you should plan a visit to the Slaughter House Farm. As you look at this farm, it is a simple corn field, like any other corn field in the area. But the locals know that there something more here. Loud noises, screams and occasional gun shots have been heard coming from the field. The place is so scary that nobody ever even dared to make complaints. The farm is located near a busy highway in Laurel Delaware and has been a center of attraction to many passersby. It is said that the terror of the place overflows in the month of October. So, if you are in town this time, plan a visit.

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  • Slaughter House Farm Address: 32076 Gordy Rd, Laurel, DE 19956, USA, United States
  • Slaughter House Farm Contact Number: +1-3023812150
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  • I did not go in to the Halloween house but other members of my group did. They said they enjoyed it for the most part. Great group of people working hard for free to raise money for if I remember correctly the fire department and military families that need assistance. The volunteers I had the pleasure of speaking with are absolutely amazing. Thank you all for having our family and friends for this event. Hope to return next year and maybe be brave enough to go into the haunted house.

  • Last night was our first visit to Slaughterhouse Farm. We went as a group of 8. Though the wait was long, we had a great time. You have the perfect place for a haunted attraction, and I hear it's changed up each year. The kids loved it! The only thing I would consider adding to your advertising is the use of strobe lights. They are an awesome effect, but are a trigger for people with epilepsy.

  • Waited in line for 2.5 hours and it took about 15 minutes for my group to go through. It was small, but the moments it had were of good quality. The video you watch in the beginning was great and seemed to have a much higher level of quality and production than I expected. It was awesome! The outside portion felt really cramped and I believe we only encountered one actor. I would suggest adding more actors, cutting down the wait time drastically (maybe block out times for people to order tickets online), and increasing the total length of the attraction. You guy's seem genuinely interested in crafting a unique experience and what y'all do have is great quality. The actors seemed to enjoy their work with energy even with it being near the end of the night. I had a pretty good time and I'll be sure to hit it up again when I come down next year. 🎃🦇🎃🦇

  • I personally did not like the attraction. However the money goes to a great cause. This attraction is ran by volunteers. And the money goes back into the community. I recommend you check it out

  • Hands down the best haunted attraction on the peninsula. These guys are sick, twisted and depraved. They change the attraction every year, so you'll never get the same scares twice. Best part? They're doing it all too raise money for charity! I love this place, I've gone every year for the last 4 years.

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