Miller’s nightmare returns for new scares in 2021



With Independence Day now over, those who love Halloween are already gearing up for a spooky season. This means putting together costumes, planning decorations, and most importantly, researching the best haunted attractions. Due to lingering concerns about the pandemic, haunted houses were almost non-existent in 2020. Many have made the difficult decision to close for the season, including Miller’s Nightmare Haunted Farm located in Lewisburg. However, the farm will open on October 1 with more scares than ever.

According to Berkley Miller, who manages Miller’s Nightmare, this year will be bigger and completely different.

Miller said, “The whole layout of Miller Manor will be different.” He also said, “We have added another 2,000 square foot indoor structure, The Basement.” He noted that The Basement will add “a whole new element of fear”. In addition to a new layout for the mansion and a new structure, Miller said the infected culture and the demented forest will also be different.

Miller’s Nightmare Haunted Farm got off to a humble start as a fall corn maze with a small Halloween event that took place in late October. However, Miller said, “I wanted to focus only on the Halloween aspect, so Miller’s Nightmare was born.” He went on to say, “We have combined our love for farming, fall and Halloween.” When asked what his favorite part of the haunted attraction was, Miller said, “Probably the atmosphere… an ecstatic atmosphere.

The mansion, basement, crops, and forest are all filled with actors ready to create the perfect scares as participants tour the area. Miller said they aim to have between 40 and 50 actors / actresses as well as 10-15 other positions such as security, ticket vendors etc. He also said that anyone interested in working at Miller’s Nightmare can now start being placed on the cast. ‘list, “It’s great fun and easy to make money.” To inquire, email [email protected] There is also a contact form on the website at

This haunted attraction is not the everyday haunted house. Miller said, “We are not your basic haunted house / attraction. We work all year to build and improve the previous year to try to provide the best October experience you can get. He also said: “… if you like to be afraid, people are welcome to come, eat and sit by the bonfire.”

While waiting for the visit, there are several fun activities to keep guests occupied. There’s a themed escape room, Halloween games, bonfire, and tons of freshly made concessions as well as music. Dining options include fresh cut fries, burgers, pizza, hand-soaked corn dogs, ribbon fries, and cheesesteaks. For the sweet tooth, there are s’mores, hot donuts and funnel cakes. Butter beer and hot chocolate are also available.

Tickets cost $ 17 per person or $ 30 for a FastPass. The FastPass allows you to buy or redeem tickets at the FastPass booth. This allows the ticket holder to skip all queues except those for food and games. Tickets are available for purchase online in advance; however, children’s tickets must be purchased at the farm. Children under the age of five have free entry “Congratulations to the brave child! »Prices for food and games vary. The cost of the mini escape game is $ 4. In-person ticket sales start at 6.30 p.m. on opening days and end at 10 p.m. According to the Miller’s Nightmare website, “All customers on site before 10:00 am will be permitted entry. “

The attraction will be open on October 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29 and 30. For more information, visit or email [email protected]



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