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One of the largest haunted attractions in Kentucky is just a short drive from Owensboro. This haunted attraction in Kentucky takes you through 100-acres of terrifying phases...can you survive?
Down the road in Bonnieville, Ky sets 100-acres full of the things that nightmares are made of. The Hill of Terror is one of Kentucky's most popular haunted attractions for many reasons including the scares, zombies, live music, food, community, and so much more.
When you arrive at the top of the hill it's like one big dance party to take the edge off your anxious nerves before you head to the 100-acres of terror.
You will go through different phases of the scare. The tour is self-guided and in the haunted woods of the farmland. Last year they added paintball but we cannot find any
There are also corn mazes to make your way through if you have the energy after fighting off zombies. The hill has live music to entertain you while you are fighting or dancing for your life.
The Hill of Terror will be open weekends through Saturday, October 30th. It's located at 3666 Priceville Road, Bonnieville, Ky.
Tickets are $25 per person and can only be purchased at the gate. They do accept cash and credit card and conveniently there is an ATM on sight. If you are feeling like getting the VIP treatment note they only have a limited number of those available.
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151 James Ragland Road Bonnieville, Kentucky 42713
- I-65 Bonnieville Exit
- Turn left on KY-728 (East)
- First road make a right onto Frenchman Knob Road (1/2 Mile)
- Take the first left onto Loucst Grove Road (2.4 Miles)
- Turn right onto James Ragland Road
- The first barn on the right
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Hill of Terror
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Friday, September 15 - Saturday, October 28, 2023
6:30pm - 12:00am
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3666 Priceville Road Bonnieville, KY 42713 Get Directions
Kentucky’s largest haunted attraction. DJ and concessions.
Season: September 15-October 28, 2023. When: Every Friday & Saturday.
Time: Dark ’30 until Midnight 12:00 a.m. cst
Hill of Terror
3666 Priceville Road, Bonnieville, Kentucky
Season: September 15-October 28, 2023
When: Every Friday & Saturday Time: Dark '30 until Midnight 12:00 a.m. cst
Tickets $30 per person
Acres of Scare
Professional level props, terrifing actors, years of haunting.
Line…what line?!? No lines at the Hill this year when you get to the top!!! You’re free to walk around, listen to music, and eat all while you wait to enter!!! Here’s a little sneak peak of DJ RIP rocking it out while everyone’s having a good time!!
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3666 Priceville Road
Bonnieville, KY 42713
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Hollow of Unrest is a Haunted Attraction located in Bonnieville, KY.
151 James Ragland Rd, Bonnieville, KY 42713
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Guest Reviews Guest Average: 7 out of 10
Beth – 7 / 10 – October 13, 2017 A friend/co-worker and I heard about Hollow of Unrest from a random stranger at a gas station prior …show more to going to another haunted house. We called and asked for ticket prices and hours because we weren’t sure if we would make it in time because it was already late. When the man on the other end said “$13 in honor of Friday the 13th” we were sold. The road that leads back to the pretty secluded area was creepy in itself. You begin in a barn where we encountered A Chucky doll sitting in a small chair in front of a tv playing static noise. We made our way through the next doorway which was completely dark and in order to get through the place I had to break my deal of “I’ll go first this time”. There are clowns, an elevator simulator and black lights. When you get on the elevator, the operator is a very “friendly” clown. When you come off the elevator, you’ll go downstairs and out the back onto a dimly lit trail. On this trail you encounter all types of creatures, and if you happen to wonder off the path, the actors are just “kind” enough to help you find your way back. There’s no lack of help that’s for sure. At the end of the trail, a very friendly clown was there with his chainsaw taunting our every step which we countered with a bolt to the car. The ticket booth is well lit and the staff is very helpful. Parking is in big grassy field. Make sure to wear appropriate shoes. I’d say set aside a good hour and a half for this haunt, and make sure to buy a t-shirt!
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The Hollow of Unrest is a family owned and operated haunted attraction in Bonnieville, Kentucky, established in 2010. "100 year old" 2 story Barn and Barn Lot. Resurrected from a 3 year darkness... Awakened by some strange goings on, with no clowning around... Dark and Crazy... Don't miss out... Resurrection 2023 just the beginning!!!"
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Hill of Terror
This haunted attraction was amazing last year. I cant wait for the 2015 season. Last year places like field of screams were horrible at keeping in character.They always wondered off and didnt do what they were suppose too. However Hill of Terror were right on the mark with their actors. That was the best part of my experience. The Guy on stilts with the white mask and the guy on the toilet as the old woman were the funniest and scariest actors ive ever met. I went on the second to last weekend and had a blast. im sure to return this year! Also the man dressed as a women was a nice touch.
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It was pretty fun and lasted a decent amount of time. However, several of the actors broke character, and it ruined it for me. They didnt all do this; some were very good and creepy, but others should not have been working there. At one point, one of the young actors (teens or early 20s) took his mask completely off, complaining about being hot. He and another actor nearby were talking amongst themselves about our group--very unprofessional. It was enjoyable for the most part, but these unprofessional actors ruined it for me and I wont be back.
I absolutely love this place! If you dont have anything to do on a Friday or Saturday night, I highly recommend coming here. All the actors felt like they were really into their characters and all the scenes felt real. In my opinion this place is better than other haunts like Sinister Tombs and Field of Screams.
Went the last weekend they were open and show was very poor, had several actors break character, some scenes had noone their, complained to the management and they told me if I did not like show, did not have to come back. Was very rude and hateful. Will never go back and was wosrt haunted house ever been to.
Overall disappointed for the price of $20 dollars. Scare scenes spread out to make appearance of large haunt. Not the largest Ive been to.
Alot scarier then most of the haunted houses ive been to. Loved the diff scenes. :)
Hands down the most scary fun Ive ever had!!! I cant wait for next year!
Best haunted house I have ever been to.
Not worth the money. Will not be back.
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