Q. Chambers Of Hell is 3 Haunted Attractions. Does one price get us into all of them? Do we have to stand in line for each?

A. The Chamber is 3 separately themed haunts inside 1 building. One price gets you into each. There are no separate lines for all 3 haunts although each has a distinct beginning and there is a brief pause as you flow from one to another. And yes The Chamber is an entirely indoor haunt.

Q. Do you close if the weather is bad?
A. WE ARE AN INDOOR HAUNT AND HAVE AN INDOOR, HEATED WAITING AREA, so we are always open as scheduled!

Q. What is Chambers Of Hell?
A. The Chamber is Long Island’s Favorite Haunted Attraction. 3 separately themed haunts, a dark collection of mazes and rooms, it combines lights and sound with a cast unequaled in imagination and talent. Owned, built and staffed by industry veterans, we can proudly say that we are “Where fear lives…”

Q. How scary is it? 
A. We wait eleven months of the year for this…what do you think?

Q. Where do I park?
A. There is an onsite parking lot as well as one conveniently next door. Look for signs as you journey down Express Dr. North.

Q. How much does it cost and how do I buy tickets?
A.  Visit our ‘Tickets” page.

 

Q. Do you accept credit cards at the box office? 
A. Credit Card purchases will only be possible through the internet. At the door purchases are CASH ONLY.

Q. I have a large group of people coming, can I get a better price? 
A. You line ’em up, we cut ’em down. Group sales begin with parties of 24 or more and inquires may be directed to 516-710-1845 or ChambersofHellNY@gmail.com preferably at least one day prior to your visit.

Q : How do I avoid waiting on a long line?
A: Our RIP Pass will place you on a shorter, faster moving line and let you bypass the crowds.

 

Q. When is the best time to visit?
A. The Chamber gets busier as Halloween Season progresses and on any given night, the earlier you can come, the better.

 

Q. What time does the haunted house open? 
A. Nightmares begin at 8:00 pm on Fridays, 7:30pm on Saturday & Sunday. Lines usually start to form earlier, especially later

in the season.

 

Q. Is this for little kids? 
A.This attraction was not designed for very small children. It’s up to parents to decide if their kids are mature enough for The Chamber. If their age is in single digits and you hope for more, give this careful consideration.

Q. How many people can go through the house at once?
A.While several groups traverse the house independently at one time, individual groups are limited to 6 victims or less. For your added enjoyment, and Ours, we suggest sending any particularly nervous, clingy or obviously terrified visitors in first or…alone.

Q. Can I bring a flashlight? Can I bring a Phone? Can I bring my Momma?
A. No flashlights, no cameras, no video and all cellphones are to be turned off upon entry. If your phone is out and gets lost during the haunt, you will be able to retrieve it the next day. Momma is ok, but she has to pay like everyone else.
 

Q. Will I get touched by any of the characters?
A. No actors will touch you in The Chamber and we must insist that you do not touch any actors or props. Any touching will result in your ejection, as well as the rest of your party.

Q. Do you give refunds?
A. There are no refunds given under any circumstances.

Q. What happens if I am so freaked that I just have to get out?
A. Any actor or security personnel can escort a patron in distress out via any one of several emergency exits. You will not be issued a refund, If you are too scared, we did our job.

Q. Are there any health concerns I should know about?
A. If you are pregnant, prone to seizures, heart problems, have a weak bladder or other serious health issues please be forewarned. We use lights,strobes, scents and music to create a sensory mix that has been known to overwhelm and you enter The Chamber at your own risk.