New Rochelle attraction offers frightening, fully immersive horror experience for Halloween
A new attraction in New Rochelle is drawing crowds on this Halloween weekend.
Dr. Wildcliff's Haunted Greenhouse and Mansion is touted as one of the most frightening, fully immersive horror shows any one has ever seen.
Screams, people in obvious distress and an entirely weird vibe awaits those brave enough to enter.
"We have a lot of different themes, the graveyard, the laboratory, this is one of the oldest buildings in New Rochelle," says creative director David Calamari.
The Waterfront Stone Mansion in Hudson Park is getting a second chance at life after flames ripped through the building in 2018.
This first ever Halloween event will raise money to benefit the New Hudson Park Children's Greenhouse, which offers courses in horticulture, gardening and the environment.
Dr. Wildcliff's Haunted Greenhouse and Mansion runs now through Oct. 29 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Hudson Park.