‘Maineiac Manor’ Will Have ‘No Scare’ Haunted Houses For Kids
Bangor, Halloween will be here before you know it! And Maineiac Manor is hosting some special events just for the kiddos!
"Fall" types of things are starting to happen. Pumpkins, pumpkin spice coffee, football, school, apple picking, leaves changing, and oh, haunted houses for Halloween!
Maineiac Manor is getting ready for another year of scaring the pants off you. They have been teasing the upcoming spooky season of terror that they are about to unleash on Bangor, starting at the end of the month.
When you attend an event there, you’ll encounter mesmerizing sets, handmade props, and actors in killer costumes hiding in the shadows (and sometimes in plain sight), ready to pop out and scare the life out of you.
These events are so frightening that they don’t recommend them to children under 13, except for the "No Scare Event"
What’s a No Scare Event you ask?
During the No Scare Event, guests will experience all that Maineiac Manor has to offer, including teasing of the senses–sight, sound, and smell…yes, smell! However, there will be no live actors to jump and scare the guests. There will be staff members available to answer questions and guide guests through the Haunt.
The advantage of attending the No Scare Event is that guests are allowed the opportunity to take in all the many sights and incredibly elaborate details that await inside the Haunt. No Scare Event also gives parents the opportunity to have children experience Maine’s Premier Haunted House without the jumps and scares from the actors. However, animatronics, FX lighting, strobes, and fog will be present.
Here are the "No Scare" event dates:
Saturday, Sept. 30
4pm – 7pm
Sunday, Oct. 1
2pm – 5pm
Saturday, Oct. 7
4pm – 7pm
Sunday, Oct. 8
2pm – 5pm
Maineiac Manor is located in the former Hollister location in the Bangor Mall, which is directly across from Spencer's. The success of the attraction extended beyond the original Halloween season, with a Krampus Christmas-themed haunted house each December, and now they plan a fairly regular schedule of creepy delights that are a ton of fun. It's 6,500 square feet of scary good times.
It won't be long now, so be prepared, to be scared!
Check out the behind-the-scenes photos and sneak peek video of evil yet to come!