Guided Paranormal Walk through the some of the oldest and most active parts of our facility. This 45-minute tour is only offered during our haunted house season.
DUNGEON OF HORRORS
998 Ways to Die
All tickets and payments are non-refundable.
We are not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen items.
998 Ways to Die at West Virginia Penitentiary’s Dungeon of Horrors
• As you walk through, you’ll become witness to murder, decapitation, suffocation, and hopefully… escape the Dungeon with your life. How many ways to die will you find… or will find you??? Get your tickets today so you can experience the fright of being locked in a cell, the fear of being lost in a maze, and the terror of a nightmarish walk through our Dungeon of Horrors.
• Will you manage to keep up with your group and not get separated? Do you have what it takes to make it through? Don’t worry, our actors will be there to help you along……
NO ALCOHOL! Alcoholic beverages are not permitted in our parking areas and/or inside of our facility. Alcohol consumption is not permitted prior to your event. You will be considered a risk to yourself, other participants, and our property. If alcohol consumption is suspected, you will be removed from, or denied entry to, the event and not issued a refund.
If you are planning on attending both the Dungeon of Horrors and the North Walk on the same night, then you MUST schedule to do the North Walk first for timing purposes. When scheduling to do both events, you will want to give yourself at least an hour and 15 minutes in between each event. The Dungeon can fall behind schedule, so we highly recommend scheduling to do the North Walk first.
It is very important that you are on time!
- IF you are late and have missed going in with your time slot, you will not be guaranteed entrance. We will try to work you into another open group, but if we are sold out, there will be nothing we can do.
There are NO refunds on any ticket sales.
TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED ONLINE!
The Dungeon of Horrors is NOT wheelchair accessible.
The Dungeon of Horrors utilizes fog machines, multiple strobe lights, low ceilings, stairs, jump scares, claustrophobia, and general disorientation. If you have a medical condition that is triggered by any of the aforementioned, we strongly suggest that you do NOT attend.
The Dungeon of Horrors is a NO TOUCH haunt. We employ several underage, high school children. Please do not touch, grab, or speak inappropriately to our children. Touching an underage person could lead to a felony charge and we do have police officers on site nightly.
*Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your scheduled entry time. You will see waiting areas for your time slots.
*Have your tickets printed with the QR code ready. If you cannot print your tickets, take a screenshot of each code per ticket. Our internet is spotty at best for some phone carriers.
*ALL tickets and payments are non-refundable.
*We are not responsible for lost items. Please leave your personal belongings in your vehicle.
*We are a NO TOUCH HAUNT. Don’t touch us and we won’t touch you. No pushing or shoving. Please no touching of the sets or props.
*No flashlights, lighters, cameras or recording devices.
*No food or drinks.
*No knives, guns, or concealed or open carry weapons of any kind permitted in our haunted house!
*Tobacco products are not permitted inside.
*You ARE REQUIRED to purchase Dungeon of Horror tickets online.
*Tickets are NOT sold at the door for this event.
*Open-toed shoes and high heels are not recommended.
*No pets are permitted for any paranormal investigations or the haunted house events including: Public Ghost Hunts, Private Paranormal Investigations, Twilight Tours, Thriller Thursdays, Dungeon of Horrors, and North Walk.
Disclaimer- This historical landmark is known to encounter visits from live bats, mice, rats, and raccoons. Please be aware.