Haunted Museum promising lots of spooky ‘jump scares’

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Haunted Museum is returning to Wenatchee this Halloween season but under new COVID-19-compliant rules.

The Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center is partnering with Haunted in Washington on Haunted Museum starting Friday, Oct.22.

To take the scare-filled tour, people need to make reservations for a time slot in advance, which cost $30 for two people and an additional $12 at the door for each additional person.

There will be a maximum of six people allowed in each party. The museum says the haunted house is not recommended for children 13 and younger.

The Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center is 127 S. Mission St.

Haunted Museum is described as a professionally created interactive haunted house with lots of jump scares and special effects-themed rooms.

“The Haunted Museum takes guests through parts of the Museum usually off-limits to the public,” the museum said in a press release. “From loading dock entrances, to back stairways, and down into the basement, the Haunted Museum will trick and treat guests to scary and thrilling creatures and special effects as they venture through a maze of horrors.” 

Reservations can be made on the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center website or by calling 888-6240.