The Former Mt. Airy Historic Church is Being Converted into a Haunted Circus Mansion!
“Haunted Circus Mansion is Philadelphia’s newest Halloween attraction and a one-of-a-kind experience you won’t soon forget,” said PSCA’s Head Coach and Haunted Circus Mansion Coo
Haunted Circus Mansion invites you to embark on a dark and spooky journey through the 26,000 square feet school and sanctuary. For the timid, you will depart deep below the surface for the Cellar Path which is family-friendly. For the more adventurous, get ready to head up the creepy staircase into the darkest corners of the Attic Path.
The Cellar Path, recommended for ages six and up, is a PG haunt experience for the entire family! Participants will walk a low tight-wire over a pit of snakes as they try to keep on the lookout for classic Halloween characters, all the while gentle scares are mixed in.
Frights begin at 6:00pm. Both paths involve a 15-20 minute walk-through experience with a small group. Paths are only accessible by staircase. Groups will depart on the paths in order of arrival – tickets are not timed. For those that survive both paths, they will find their way to the church Sanctuary, where a Halloween celebration awaits with drinks, entertainment, apple bobbing, craft making and a haunted circus show. Shows run every thirty minutes. Special activities nightly will also take place at 9:00pm, including Halloween trivia and costume contests, with prizes including private lessons and Flying Trapeze classes! There will also be special performances from local professional troupes.
The production team, made up of Adam Woolley, Kate Hanley, Clara Lebrake, Rachel Lancaster and Jefferson Grubbs, prioritized making this showcase of PSCA’s students both spooky and artistically entertaining. “Haunted Circus Mansion lets our students showcase their talents and creativity outside of our classes.”
Haunted Circus Mansion is open to kids and adults of all ages. Youth tickets are only $5.00 and adults are only $10. Children under two are free. Tickets are valid for the paths, the showcase performance, and seasonal activities. Food and drink are pay-as-you-go. For tickets, or additional information about Philadelphia School of Circus Arts, visit phillycircus.com – if you dare! (Cue up the spooky music.)