Family Friendly Kids No-Scare Matinee Show


 

“Trick-or-Treat at Castle Blood”

2 to 4 p.m. Oct. 18 and 25, 2020.

 

Come for a Great Pumpkin approved Mon Valley Halloween event which will be fun for the whole family as you participate as a team in your own trick-or-treat adventure.

Because evening tours at Castle Blood can be too intense for our very youngest monster fans, we offer a special, daytime, lights on, no-scare matinee show. This light, fun, no-scare family tour, lets kids of all ages go trick-or-treating through a real-life haunted attraction.

You and your family will be greeted by the friendlier denizens that live within the Castle as you play the Quest For the Talisman game.

There will be treats for all the kids, and fun for all. Only $10 for adults and kiddies alike! The perfect Halloween event for children.

THIS SHOW IS APPROPRIATE FOR ALL AGES Our Matinee show is “lights on”, with no scares. Children still play the game, but also trick-or-treat within the castle, visiting all the friendly monster denizens. This is a strictly no startle scares show. Good for young children and adults who wish to see Castle Blood in full light.
You are welcome to take photos during the Matinee Tour. *2 to 4 p.m. Sunday Oct. 18 and Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020

Matinée Ticket $10  

All-ages general admission to the daytime, no-scare, matinee. No coupons or discounts are accepted for this show. (Matinee tickets are available at the Castle Blood Ticket booth starting 30 minutes before show time on show days until sold out. Guaranteed entry time tickets can be purchased online via this website.)

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To read  parent reviews of our Matinee tour:

Photos courtesy of Oh honestly, Erin; who’s witty and wise-cracking reviews can be found

If you and your children liked our show please let us know. If there is anything they were hoping to see and didn’t please let us know that too. We want to contribute to giving children wonderful and cherished Halloween memories.

The matinee is the perfect stepping stone into the haunted house scene. Plus, it’s a way cooler alternative to the obligatory pumpkin patch field trip.” – Oh honestly, Erin.