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While our attraction is for all ages, due to the graphic nature of the content, the uneven natural terrain, and the scares and starling aspects of Terror In the Corn, this event is not recommended for small children, toddlers or babies. As such, no wagons, buggies, or strollers or any type will be allowed to enter Terror in the Corn under any circumstances.
We LOVE pets, service or otherwise, but this event involves loud, startling, and unexpected scares – some human and some animatronic – including dark areas, small corridors, outdoor elements and natural terrain, smoke, strobe lights, loud noises, high-pitched sounds and lots of other things that are considered overstimulating for animals – including service animals. There is no way for us to turn off or “reduce” the scares to make the attraction less scary or startling to be safe for a pet or more conducive to service animals, therefore, it is not advised to bring any pets, service dogs, or animals of any kind, due to the nature of the event.
Yes, standard Halloween costumes and face paint are allowed – especially for our younger guests – however NO masks, face coverings, props, handheld items, toys, accessories, lasers, lights, noise makers or weapons (real or fake), will be permitted or allowed to enter the Terror In the Corn under any circumstances.
Sure, you’ve been to a “haunted house” – but can you imagine the frightening possibilities of a haunted cornfield? Tucson’s Terror In the Corn is Southern Arizona’s scariest and most unique Halloween attraction – a variety of “haunts” and Halloween fun all connected by a totally immersive and terrifying cornfield. When darkness falls and the moon comes out, so do the scares, screams and surrounding terror!
Terror In the Corn begins on Friday night, October 6th and, weather permitting, is open weekend nights in October, as well as Halloween night and special weeknights throughout the month including the Monday evening before Halloween (10/30), Thursdays (10/9 & 10/26) and Sundays (10/22 & 10/29).
Gates open at 6 pm and the Terror begins at dark. On weekend nights we stay open until midnight and on weeknights (including Halloween night) we close at 10 pm.
CLICK HERE for ticket prices and admission information. Unless advertised, there are no discounts for children or any other groups at this time – all tickets are the same price.
General parking is free. We do have VIP parking that gets you closer to the gate, for $10 per car.
Yes – though we don’t sell hard liquor products, beer sales are back! Enjoy a variety of beer options available for purchase at Terror In the Corn. (Must be 21 years old; ID required.)
Our haunted attractions are among the scariest in the state. Enter at your own risk. However, if you get too scared within the attractions, please stay calm and find the closest staffer or actor in the room, and they will escort you outside. Please note, like sporting events and large attractions, if you decide it’s not for you upon entering, we do not give refunds under any circumstances.
No. Terror in the Corn tickets are non-refundable for any reason and will not be replaced if lost, stolen or unused.
To prevent people gathering, adhere to social distancing concerns and keep the lines moving, we strongly recommend printing out your tickets prior to showing up. However, if you do have a smartphone, we are able to scan the tickets from your phone.
Each ticket is good for one (1) person and grants access to each of three (3) haunted attractions within Terror In the Corn one time. One time through per customer. If you’d like to experience the haunted attractions again, you will have to purchase another ticket.
We will have an array of food and drink options available for purchase including hamburgers, hot dogs, popcorn, candy, sodas and more, as well as a variety of beer options for adults 21 and over to enjoy as they experience Terror In the Corn.
While our attraction is for all ages, due to the graphic nature of the content, Terror In the Corn is not recommended for small children, toddlers or babies. Children 12 years and under WILL NOT be admitted without an adult and parental discretion is strongly advised. A good rule of thumb is: if you wouldn’t bring your child to a horror film or a PG-13 rated movie, it’s probably not a good idea to bring them to Terror In the Corn.
No, Terror In The Corn isn’t for everyone! Please be aware that there WILL be continuous scares, bright lights, loud noises, lasers, smoke, screams and related stimuli. Pregnant women or those suffering from anxiety, heart conditions, sensitivity to light or sound, or suffering from any condition that is not conducive to experiencing a haunted house are urged to avoid Terror In the Corn.
It depends. Some nights are busier than others. The more people at the attraction, the longer the wait times. As it gets closer to Halloween, specifically on Friday and Saturday nights, the wait can be longer. Typically, the closer you come to opening time (6:00 pm) the shorter the wait. We do offer a Fast Pass option for an added fee that allows you to “skip the line” and tends to be a much shorter wait, if any.
While we can and will work to accommodate all guests, no, Terror In the Corn is an outdoor event built into and around the natural terrain, so it is NOT handicap accessible at this time. Our attraction does include uneven grounds, small loose obstacles in the corn field, natural landscape like trees, corn and rocks and dark, tight spaces that can affect the experience for some customers throughout Terror in the Corn.
Yes. All of these are included throughout the entire attraction. Our event is not recommended for people that have epilepsy, asthma, heart issues and related health concerns. We strongly recommend that pregnant women do not go through the haunted attractions. You can always ask your physician if Terror In the Corn is okay for you, but please use good judgement and do what’s best for you. Safety is a primary concern of ours and we don’t want anyone to get hurt.
Keep in mind that Terror in the Corn is in an outdoor environment and built through an actual cornfield with natural elements like weather and terrain. We recommend no flip-flops, sandals or open-toed shoes and strongly urge that guests wear sneakers, boots or close-toed shoes. Depending on weather or your own comfortability, we recommend clothing or footwear based on the above information and current weather conditions.
No. Actors will not touch you. Please be respectful and do not touch them either. Incidental and unintentional contact may occur, but we will do our best to maintain a safe distance and adhere to current distancing measures.error in the Corn is in an outdoor environment and built through an actual cornfield with natural elements like weather and terrain. We recommend no flip-flops, sandals or open-toed shoes and strongly urge that guests wear sneakers, boots or close-toed shoes. Depending on weather or your own comfortability, we recommend clothing or footwear based on the above information and current weather conditions.
We will stay open if there is a light sprinkle, as light rain does not affect the attraction, however, if there are severe storms or lightning we may be forced to close due to mud in the fields or weather-related safety issues. We will update our Facebook page with weather information, as needed, but it is very rare that we have to close the event due to inclement weather. If we do have to close early due to inclement weather, your purchased ticket will be valid on any future night that we are open.
Yes. We will not allow any threatening or foul language, fighting or violence of any kind, obscene gestures or behavior, or any weapons, alcohol, drugs or related contraband. We reserve the right to refuse admittance or remove anyone we deem us undesirable, who is affecting the experience for other patrons or who may be in violation of our rules in any way. Refunds will not be given to those who have been removed or who’ve been asked to leave for the aforementioned reasons. Please be smart, stay safe and have fun.
Yes. We will have security on site at Terror in the Corn and on most busy nights there are police officers at the event.
While Terror In the Corn is not responsible for any lost items under any circumstances, any items we do find will be collected and kept in our Lost & Found. While we make no guarantees that your item will be found, if you’ve lost an item please contact a staff member on site or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will do our best to help you locate it.
Yes. We love private groups! For available dates and details, please email email@example.com with your questions or any information you’d like answered, and any pricing or personalization of your private event, and we will do our best to respond promptly.
For any non-guest related issues, information or ideas, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to respond quickly.