Celebrate 10 seasons of fright at Warehouse 31 in Pelham, now until November 3, plus four spooky reasons why it’s great to be scared

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Scares at Warehouse 31 in Pelham. Photo via Warehouse 31

Warehouse 31 is celebrating 10 seasons of fright, now until November 3, and this season will be bigger and scarier than ever before. Are you afraid? The only way to know is to buy a ticket and prepare for the most intense and terrifying night of your life in the Birmingham-metro area!

Warehouse 31 has been turning nightmares into reality since 2009 when it opened its doors in Jacksonville, FL. It was in 2013 that its team of expert scarers set its sights on Pelham—and its been scaring locals ever since.

This year, discover everything from new and improved sets to mega-creepy and downright scary creatures that have one goal—to terrify you! Check out these four spooky reasons why it’s great to be scared at Warehouse 31.

1. Halloween Spirit

From spooky costumes and makeup to real laughs and screams, what better way is there to get into the Halloween spirit than by visiting a haunted attraction? Especially one as fantastically terrifying as Warehouse 31!

During your visit, you will make your way through nearly 30,000 sq. ft. of twisting, turning, bone-chilling horrors. So round up your brave pals and head out for some horrifying haunts.

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Give your Halloween costume a test run at Warehouse 31. Photo via Warehouse 31

Here’s a look at their most frightening attractions this year:

3D Experience—The Freak Show

3D glasses may be fun at the movies, but can you handle the surprises they bring at Warehouse 31’s 3D Experience? Embark on the trail and discover halls of bright colors and neon lights, the tunnel of doom, sinister bloodthirsty creatures and the spookiest souls around.

As one of Alabama’s largest 3D haunted houses, you are sure to be in for plenty of thrills!

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3D Experience at Warehouse 31 in Pelham. Photo via Warehouse 31

Rigamortis—The Beginning Of The End

Once your state of mind has been truly haunted, get ready for more scares and screams at Warehouse 31’s traditional haunted main attraction, Rigamortis.

As you enter the trail you may start to sweat as a cold shiver runs along your spine. Fog and flashing lights set the scene as you make your way through a junkyard, a psychiatric ward, a haunted swamp and more. Is there something behind me? What was that sound? And the biggest worry of them all—will I make it out alive?

2. It’s A New Experience Every Year

Haunted houses. If you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all, right? No way! While some haunted houses offer a repeat performance year after year, there is one place in town that provides a new and unique experience each and every season—it’s Warehouse 31 in Pelham.

While you were busy skipping through the spring and summer months, the team at Warehouse 31 was spending their time researching new scare tactics and creating new sets to keep you on your toes. So, whether you will be visiting Warehouse 31 for the very first time, or if you are a seasoned veteran, you are guaranteed the scare of a lifetime!

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Get scared at Warehouse 31 in Pelham. Photo via Warehouse 31

3. Bond With Others

There’s no encounter quite like running from flesh-eating zombies, chainsaw killers, and of course, nightmare-inducing creatures. Yikes! It can also be one heck of a way to bond with friends and even those you don’t know. (It’s also a great way to pass the time while you wait your turn to to conquer your fears in the 3D Experience and Rigamortis.)

One really cool way to build group camaraderie is to give the new Escape Room at Warehouse 31 a try.

Similar to other escape rooms around town, Warehouse 31’s version is designed to be quick and totally fun. With only 10 minutes to spare, are you and your pals able to work together to follow the clues and solve the puzzle to escape?

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Who will be scared at Warehouse 31? Photo via Warehouse 31

4. It’s Not All Scary

Do you need some time to get your fears in check before entering one of Warehouse 31’s spine-chilling attractions? Then head to Monsters Midway—the perfect spot to anticipate the darkness to come. Here you can:

  • Purchase food/drinks (beer for 21+ with valid ID).
  • Watch a classic horror movie projected on a big screen.
  • Test your skills in the Escape Room.
  • Purchase official Warehouse 31 merchandise.
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Bond with friends at Warehouse 31 in Pelham. Photo via Warehouse 31.

Buy Your Tickets

Do you have the guts to visit Warehouse 31? The only way to know is to buy a ticket and test your courage.

Price Breakdown:

  • Rigamortis and 3D Experience (combo ticket includes entry to both attractions): $25
  • Rigamortis: $20
  • Fast Pass (Rigamortis only): $40
  • Fast Pass (Rigamortis and 3D Experience combo): $45
  • Escape Room: $10
  • Group Discounts: 20% off (10% on VIP tickets) on groups of 13 or more.

VIP tickets are also available for $50 and score you:

  • Fast Pass Entry to Rigamortis and 3D Experience.
  • Reserved Table in Covered Waiting Area.
  • Free “freaky photo” from the Warehouse 31 photo booth.
  • 1 free beverage ticket
  • 1 free popcorn ticket

Tickets can be purchased online or at the door. But be warned—a limited number of VIP tickets are sold each night, so act fast and purchase yours now!

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Scares and screams at Warehouse 31 in Pelham. Photo via Warehouse 31

Celebrate 10 Seasons Of Fright

Celebrate 10 seasons of fright at Warehouse 31, now until November 3, at 3150 Lee St. in Pelham. Doors open at 6:30p.m. Scare ya soon!

Follow Warehouse 31 on Facebook,Instagram and Twitter to find out what’s going down all season long.

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