Ghostly Manor Thrill Center offers a variety of activities from Roller Skating to a Haunted House to a 3 leveled play structure for younger kids. We opted out of the Haunted House and Escape Room so that everyone in our family could enjoy their time at Ghostly Manor.
When we first pulled up into the parking lot we noticed the huge dragon that greeted us on the outside of the building. Once we got out of the car we saw two more dragon heads peeking out of the building!
We started our adventure with 3D glow in the dark putt putt! It was a little scary due to the sound effects and light effects but everyone did have fun all in all.
“I think it’s a little bit better experience without the 3D glasses because like it just doesn’t look as cool if the eyes are like on the side of its face like not even in its sockets,” stated Eldest.
Eldest and Princess chose to experience a 3D motion movie called Canyon Coaster. I love how Eldest and Princess enjoyed riding the Canyon Coaster movie theater ride together and I can hear them talking and laughing the whole time. This is the first time they’ve ever experienced a XD motion ride experience.
Ghostly Manor offers roller skating which Eldest, Princess and Big Red took advantage of. They allow scooters for scootering and also offer skate trainers only for $2.
There’s a three story play area for kids that includes a few slides, large bouncy balls, climbing, play tunnels and ramps. Lil’ Red loved playing in this structure and spent most of his time playing here while we were at Ghostly Manor.
Lots of tables for groups or birthday parties as well as a small arcade. Each table seating area is labeled clearly for when parties are booked guests will know right away where to find the party they were invited to attend.
They offer a Snack Bar which we did not take advantage of but wanted to mention in case you visited in between meals.