FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

GENERAL QUESTIONS

Q: What time are you open?
A: Click here for calendar.

Q: How much does it cost?
A: Click here for admission information.

Q: Is it really scary?
A: Yes. It is really scary!

QUESTIONS ABOUT TICKETS

Q: Can I switch the time/date of my ticket? I can’t make it to my reservation.
A: Rescheduling needs to be done 24 hours before your scheduled time. We highly suggest planning your trip to the haunted house in advance. However, please note that, like sporting events and large attractions, we do not give refunds under any circumstances.

Q: Are there discounts for children?
A: No. All tickets are the same price.

Q: Once we've paid for admission are we able to go through again?
A: No. However, you can purchase another ticket if you would like to walk through the haunted house again.

Q: Are group discounts available?
A: Yes. All group discounts and reservations can be made on our ticketing page. If you have questions, please give us a call at 615-249-8326 or email priestlakewoods@gmail.com.

ON-SITE/DAY OF EVENT QUESTIONS

Q: How long is the wait in line?
A: It depends. During our September hours, the wait is usually very short. The beginning of October, there is typically a short wait, maybe 30 minutes on a weeknight. As it gets closer to Halloween, specifically on a Friday or Saturday night, the wait can be long. The closer you come to opening time the shorter the wait. We do offer a Slash Pass that offers a much shorter wait.

Q: Do you charge for parking?
A: No, parking is free.

Q: How long does it take to go through?
A: It's really difficult to give an answer to this question- some groups run right through, while others take their time. It really depends on how well you can handle the fear! Nashville Haunted Woods at Priest Lake is the largest and longest outdoor haunted attraction in Tennessee! It’s safe to say it’s pretty big, so you should be in there long enough to get plenty scared!

Q: Do you have a lot of strobe lights in the haunted house?
A: Yes. We have many strobe lights and fog throughout the entire attraction. It is not recommended for people that have Epilepsy go through the attraction. We also don't recommend people with asthma, heart issues and pregnant women go through the haunted house. You can always ask your physician to see if you should go through, however, we just don't want you to get hurt.

Q: Can we take photos and/or videos inside the haunted house?
A: No. Photography and video recording (including GoPros) are not permitted.

Q: Will the actors touch us, or can we touch the actors?
A: No. Actors will not touch you. Please be respectful and do not touch them. Incidental and unintentional contact may occur.

Q: If I enter and get too scared, what do I do?
A: If you get too scared, stay calm and tell the actor in the room and they will escort you outside. Please note, like sporting events and large attractions, we do not give refunds under any circumstances.

Q: Can I bring my purse and/or bag?
A: We do not have lockers or a coat check at the haunted house. Very small purses and/or bags are allowed in, other bags should be left at home.

Q: Are there live animals, reptiles, or insects inside?
A: As far as live creatures go, there are many life-like creatures in the haunted house. If there are real animals, they will be handled by professionals.

WHO SHOULD/SHOULDN’T ATTEND

Q: Is there an age limit?
A: No. However, due to the graphic nature, it is not recommended for small children, toddlers or babies. We have had young children go through and have a great time and adults who go through and are in tears! You're the parent- you be the judge. A good rule of thumb is: if you wouldn't bring your child to a PG-13 rated movie, it's probably not a good idea to bring them to a haunted house.

Q: Can pregnant women go through?
A: We do not recommend pregnant women attend. We suggest calling your OBGYN and/or Physician to discuss the situation with them.

Q: If I have asthma, can I go inside of the haunted house?
A: We do not recommend people with asthma attend. We suggest calling or emailing your Physician to discuss the situation with them since we have numerous fog machines throughout the haunted house. If your doctor thinks you’ll be fine, we definitely recommend bringing your inhaler or another device that may help you breathe better. We also don't recommend people with epilepsy, heart issues and pregnant women attend as well. We just want everyone to have a safe time.

Q: Can I bring my dog?
A: Sorry, we know dogs are welcome at most places in Nashville, however, it's just too darn scary for our furry friends at Nashville Haunted Woods at Priest Lake. They would probably be more comfortable at home with the other scaredy cats...err humans.

MISCELLANEOUS: A FEW MORE QUESTIONS

Q: Do you accept credit cards?
A: Yes. We accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express online and at our on-site Box Office

Q: How large of a group can enter the haunted house?
A: On a slow night, 2 to 8 people can go in at a time. On busy nights, the groups can be larger.

Q: Can I wear a costume?
A: Yes, you can wear costumes! However, we ask that you not wear a mask or carry a prop!

Q: Can we be denied access?
A: Yes. We will not allow foul language, obscene behavior, weapons, alcohol, drugs, etc... We reserve the right to refuse admittance to anyone we deem not appropriate for entry. Please use your head!!

Q: I want to do a story on your haunted house, who should I contact?
A: Please call 615-249-8326 or email priestlakewoods@gmail.com.

Q: I want to work with you. How do I apply?
A: Please fill out the application here.

Q: Are you open if it’s raining?
A: Yes. We will be open rain or shine. Please make sure you dress appropriately. In heavy rain we may close.

Q: What should I wear?
A: Please pay attention and dress accordingly. It is recommended to wear close toe shoes.

Q: I have a question that wasn’t answered here, what do I do?
A: Please call 615-249-8326 or email priestlakewoods@gmail.com.

Warning! Event may be too intense for young children and is not recommended for children under the age of 12