The Workhouse Arts Center (WAC) in Lorton is inviting visitors to its “terrifying, spine-chilling” Haunted Trail, which will be open for six nights around Halloween.
WAC is opening a less-frequented part of their campus, which used to be a prison campus, from Friday, Oct. 24 – Saturday, Nov. 1 from 7 – 10 p.m. for family and friends to walk the Haunted Trail.
Those who dare walk the trail will experience macabre outdoor scenes, which will harbor live scare actors and a nightmarish, immersive storyline about a growing horde of infected drones.
The trail takes 30 minutes to complete and may not be appropriate for children younger than 13. The Haunted Trail will also be open during WAC’s daytime hours, for families, those younger than 13 and the faint of heart.
Admission to the Haunted Trail during evening hours costs $10 per person; daytime admission costs $5 per person.
WAC is looking for volunteers to work as scare actors or path monitors. WAC is looking for volunteers to work as scare actors or path monitors – prospective volunteers can e-mail Halloween@workhousearts.org. For more information about the trail, visit workhousearts.org.