Indy Scream Park is one of the largest haunted houses in the Indianapolis metro area and features three indoor and two outdoor haunted house attractions in one location.

Tickets range in price from general admission or VIP Fast passes starting at $22 up to $45.  Check out their Facebook Page for a variety of ticket contests and merchandise giveaways throughout the season.

Indy Scream Park’s “Monster Midway” gives patrons a huge outdoor space to enjoy games, three huge fire pits, and a full complement of food, beverages and beers.

General Manager Jon Pianki says:

“They can expect a lot of scares, a great time. We do a lot of research…we travel all over the United States to find the best haunted houses… and then bring as much of the ideas, tips and tricks…to make it the best haunted house that we can possibly make it.”

Makeup Artist Jodi Morgan shares some of her secrets:

“We actually use things that most people can get at the supermarket.”

For example: for a unique and easy Zombie use Knox Gelatin. Mixed it with water to a gooey consistency and slather it on. Then stick some thin tissue on it or add oatmeal to create a creepy look . Finish it off with more gelatin or latex that you can find in most Halloween shops.

Indy Scream Park recommendations for the Top 5 Things you need in your Zombie Apocalypse Survival Bag

  1. Water Purification tablets
  2. Toilet paper
  3. Fire starting flint stick
  4. Pocket guide to edible plants
  5. 60lbs fishing twine
  6. Bonus Item: can of Febreze

And remember, weapons for defense will be needed but will depend on the individual and what they are comfortable with owning. Also, like in the Walking Dead, weapons will constantly be rotating based on what can be scavenged.

The park is open Friday and Saturday evening, and select Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings throughout the season, as well as Halloween night.

  • Hours of operation are Fridays, Saturdays and Halloween from 7 p.m. to midnight, and Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from 7 to 10 p.m.
  • On-site parking costs $5 and can be purchased through the online ticket page or with cash when you arrive.
  • Located at 5211 S. New Columbus Rd., Anderson, Ind.

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