Welcome To Blood Manor

For those looking to get seriously spooked this Halloween, look no further than Blood Manor, a 10,000 square-foot maze of corridors, chambers and hidden places.

Located in the Expo Hall of NYCB Live, the new Nassau Coliseum, a stroll through Blood Manor takes about 20 minutes to walk through, depending on how scared you are. Groups of people are limited to six, and tickets can be purchased for desired time slots.

Blood Manor is meant to be very scary and not suitable for children under 14. It is also not recommended for people with heart or back problems, pregnant women, people prone to seizures or anyone who has an affliction that is made worse by fear, anxiety or flashing lights. Visitors should not wear white or expensive clothing. After you have completed the haunt, celebrate with food and beverages in the 6,000-square-foot “fear” (beer) garden, for those 21 and older.

To purchase tickets online, visit www.cryptsofthecoliseum.com. Student, military, law enforcement​ ​and senior discounts are available when you show a valid ID at the door. RIP tickets are express entry tickets, which do not have time​ ​restrictions. There is a parking fee of $5.

Crypts of the Coliseum, Long Island’s premier haunted attraction, is open through Oct. 31 at NYCB Coliseum, located at 1255 Hempstead Tpke., Uniondale.

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Jennifer Fauci
Jennifer Fauci is the former managing editor of Long Island Weekly, Anton Media Group's award-winning special sections and Anton’s local magazines. Her passion for literature, travel and the arts lend to the unique content in her publications. In her time at Anton, she has received first place in the Folio Awards, second place for the NYPA awards and is the recipient of six PCLI awards.

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