No one knows how the virus began. Slowly, people from all walks of life began to show signs of infection. Local authorities did their very best to Quarantine those who seemed dangerous within the walls of the C.R.O.W. Center for the Performing Arts. But there was only one problem: They left the vials of antidote inside! Now, it’s up to you to see if you can make it through the maze of zombies and retrieve a vial of antidote so that you don’t follow the same fateful path. Can you make it out alive?
C.R.O.W.’s 4th annual Scare-C.R.O.W. Haunted Maze, entitled “Quarantine” will be held October 26th, 27th, 30th, & 31st from 6-9 PM, with a less scary “Family Night” geared toward younger kids and big chickens to be held on Monday, October 29th from 5-8 PM. Although C.R.O.W. is a youth theatre organization, the maze features both adult and youth actors and is "the real deal." Suggested minimum age for the regular maze nights is 8+, and entry is always at parents’ discretion, and at your own risk.
Admission for all nights is $6 per person, per entry. Tickets are sold at the door, and cash only is accepted.
Last year, over 1000 guests meandered through our haunted halls, coming from far away locations such as Astoria, Eugene/Springfield, Portland, and beyond. Many maze goers chose to go through the maze more than once, despite the long wait times.
For more pictures and information about the maze including a list of FAQ’s, please visit https://www.crowkids.com/haunted-maze
There will also be on-site food provided by Smokin’ Pops BBQ Food Truck (Friday, Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday ONLY).
Rumor has it that C.R.O.W.’s Flight Dance Team may provide line entertainment with a "Thrilling" and spook-tacular appearance. Fans of Michael Jackson's "Thriller" won't be disappointed.
“If you feel the slightest tinge of zombie virus, better hurry over to C.R.O.W. so we can try to get you a vial of antidote. That is, if you can survive long enough to retrieve it!”