Photo: Alley of Darkness

An Arcade Bar in Chicago Is Turning Into a Drive-Thru Haunted House

News Chicago, IL, United States
Photo: Alley of Darkness
Eben Diskin
Sep 22, 2020

Partying this Halloween is pretty much canceled this year — but not from the confines of our cars. Replay Lincoln Park, an arcade bar in Chicago, is transforming its back alley into a drive-thru haunted house, complete with zombies, demons, and the undead.

Guests at the Alley of Darkness will be able to enjoy a short drive-in movie to set the stage for the haunted experience before being asked to put the car in park for 30 minutes. During this time, you will be terrorized by a costumed cast of characters. The haunted drive-thru will include fake blood, chilling sound effects, and realistic props that will make you think you’re about to be the first person killed during a cheesy horror movie. And you can’t leave your car at any time during the experience, so fight the urge to bolt for safety.

The experience is located at 2833 N Sheffield Avenue and will run from October 2 through October 31. Tickets cost $75 per car, and you can even rent your own car from the venue for an additional $25 charge. To partake you must make a reservation, and reservations are available every 20 minutes between 5:00 and 10:40 PM.

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