Folklore Haunted House is Atlanta’s must-see haunted house event. Folklore haunted house is open for 23 nights in October and features 3 terrifying and incredibly elaborate haunted houses and other curiosities. Folklore Haunted House has been seen on numerous media entities, including NBC, FOX, and USA’s Greatest Haunts.
The attractions are not recommended for children under the age of 12. There are no special prices for children and no refunds if anyone decides not to finish the haunts. There are many emergency exits throughout each attraction in case anyone gets too scared to continue.
Yes, our box office accepts Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover.
Group ticket sales must be arranged in advance. Tickets must be purchased in one transaction and then distributed to the group. To arrange for group tickets, please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org – in your email, please include your name, contact information, date of visit, and size of group. We will then contact you to make arrangements.
That depends on many factors; you go through at your own pace so the length of experience varies from group to group.
The attractions are kept running until the last patron has exited. We stop selling tickets but the shows keep running until the lines are gone.
Yes you may purchase a RIP ticket. This ticket will allow you to skip the line.
All of the attractions at Folklore are designed for groups of 6 or less. Larger groups will not be allowed in together. If your group is larger than 6 people, it will be split and admitted in multiple groups. More than 6 people in a group may ruin the experience for your group. Catching up with the group in front of you should be avoided at all costs. Groups with less than 6 people may make the attraction more intense.
The actors of Folklore will never intentionally touch you. Because of the closeness of their working conditions and your unknown reaction, incidental contact could occur. Some of the effects make come in contact with you. The same applies to you, do not intentionally touch the actors, monsters, or sets. By doing so you will be removed from the attraction.
Yes! All of attractions at Folklore are indoors. You will have to walk from the box office to the building entrance without protection from the rain. Asylum ’67 and the Manor have indoor queue lines.
No, a new ticket is required for each visit?
Yes. We do not allow photography or filming of any kind, vulgar language, pushing, weapons of any kind, alcohol, drunken behavior, smoking of any kind etc. We have a list of rules just like anyone else that must be adhered to for your own safety.
You and your friends get only one glow stick to survive all three haunted houses at Folklore Haunted House. The lights have been shut off. This special event is only open Nov 5th and 6th 2021 from 7p-11:00p.
No! they are not allowed on the property so please do not bring any. Tailgating in the parking lot is not allowed.
Photography or filming of any sort is not allowed in any of the attractions. Anyone caught doing so will be removed. Although no photography or filming is allowed inside, the monsters working outside will quite often pose for pictures.
No pets. No weapons. No alcoholic beverages. No cameras. No smoking. No vaping. No dip. No laser pointers or flashlights. No food or beverages.
Please visit our jobs page and fill out an online application. You must be 18 years old to work at Folklore.
No. For safety reasons, we are sorry to say that except for small children, patrons are not permitted to wear costumes.
Yes. Folklore uses Acworth Police Officers for our security team. We seldom, if ever, have a problem that actually requires security but we have it just in case.
We do use fog machines at Folklore. Should you find the smoke too intense there are emergency exits throughout the attraction.
Yes, we do use strobe lights occasionally.
There are very dark areas in all of the attracttions.
Visitors walk through all the attractions at Folklore.
Folklore Haunted House is not recommended for visitors who are pregnant, have heart or respiratory conditions, or are in general poor health.