Armory of Horror in Somerville

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Event: The Armory of Horror
When: October 24, 25, 30, 31 and November 1
6:00-10:00 PM
Where: Arts at the Armory
This Halloween the armory will host its
very first haunted house. This event will turn the main Hall of the Armory into a haunted maze full of ghosts, ghouls and demons. Be prepared for scary special effects and realistically spooky monsters. The producer of the haunted house, Matthew Martino intends for it to be “a Halloween show that has something for everyone.” Along with the haunted maze The New Astrology Studio of Davis Square will be here for Tarot Cards and Palm Readings! The Armory of Horror will be running October 24th, 25th, 30th, 31st, and November 1st from 6-10 PM. Adult tickets cost $20, while youth tickets cost $12. There is also a $15 ticket deal for Somerville residents and students. Just be sure to bring your I.D. for proof at the door!

October 26th from 2:00-4:00 PM the Armory is giving you a behind the scenes look at our Haunted Maze. Come see Lights on Tour and experience all it takes to create such chilling a maze. You will be able to get ‘up close and personal with all of the craftsmanship, and characters that make your hair raise in our spooky maze. Suggested donation to attend is $10.

The Armory of Horror wraps up with a special family day on November 1st. During this time families with younger children will be able to attend the attraction and take place in many different enjoyable activities. We will fill the maze with fun monsters, have arts and crafts for the kids, and safe trick or treating. Family day will cost just $5 a person, and take place from 12:00-4:00 PM.

Tickets are available online or at the door!

We hope to see you all there!

We are still seeking volunteers for the following jobs:

Sound effect artists

10/24, 10/25,10/26 and 10/30, 10/31, 11/1
Scare Techs
Make up artists and Wardrobe helpers
Ushers and Ticket takers

10/26 Backstage Tour
Scary characters

​​11/1 Family Fun Day
Arts and crafts leaders
​ Kid-friendly characters
​Ushers and Ticket takers

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