You can visit the Shattered: At The Beaumont thrilling walkthrough pop-up up through Halloween night.
A new ‘haunted house’-style experience, specially designed for the current times, has popped up in Vancouver, just in time to give residents spooky thrills for the Halloween season.
Shattered: At The Beaumont is a wicked Halloween walkthrough taking place at the transformed Beaumont Studios in Mount Pleasant every night until October 31, 2020.
While it may not be one of the traditionally scary haunted houses that we are all used to, this meticulously-crafted 10,000 square foot labyrinth promises to thrill and awe all who visit — from a safe distance, of course.
According to the organizers, you can expect hundreds of lights and lasers, as well as optical delusions, creepy corridors, live actors, mind-bending tricks, and eerie soundscapes at this immersive, family-friendly activity.
They also indicate there are “stringent COVID protocols in place including a mask requirement, hygiene stations, a defined audience flow, and physically distanced entry which is timed and staggered for up to six people in the same social bubble.” With so many of our typical Halloween entertainment options being limited for safety reasons, it’s relieving to have some touch-free, COVID-friendly events we can enjoy during the spooky season.
Tickets are available for times between 6 pm and 10 pm and prices (not including GST and fees) are $15 for children, $20 for adults, and $55 for a family pack for 2 adults and 2 children.
As always, please follow the advice of local authorities. It is recommended that you do not attend if you feel sick, have COVID-19 symptoms, or have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.