Cayce‐West Columbia Jaycees Hall of Horrors
CAYCE, SC - For more than 30 years, the Cayce‐West Columbia Jaycees have produced the Hall of Horrors ‐ one of South Carolina’s longest running haunted attractions. Each year, the twisted minds that bring you the Hall of Horrors construct an all‐new terrifying experience. This year is no exception.
Thousands of visitors carefully venture into the dark and sinister halls each year to help the Jaycees raise thousands of dollars to support Camp Hope, the SC Jaycees’ summer camp for mentally challenged individuals, as well as numerous other charities. Unspeakable horrors await those who dare to journey into the unknown.
But those fortunate souls that escape will
breathe a sigh of relief knowing their bravery helped support so many
wonderful causes. The Hall of Horrors operates at the Cayce‐West
Columbia Jaycee Hut located at 1153 Walter Price Street in Cayce.
Details are below.
Remaining Event Dates:
Friday‐Sunday, October 19‐21
Friday‐Sunday, October 26‐28
Wednesday, October 31
Box Office Times:
Fridays and Saturdays: 7:00‐11:00pm
Halloween (Wednesday): 6:30‐10:30pm
Fridays and Saturdays: 7:30pm‐Until Last Group
Sundays:‐ 6:30pm‐Until Last Group
Halloween (Wednesday): 7:00pm‐Until Last Group
General Admission - $13; $10 on Sundays
RIP Admission - $20; $15 on Sundays
Really Important Person tickets allow patrons to skip to the front of the line.
Purchase tickets online at www.hallofhorrors.com, or buy them each night at the door starting at the times listed above.
About the CWC Jaycees
The Cayce-West Columbia Jaycees have been a significant force in the Midlands for more than 50 years. The CWC Jaycees work on fundraising projects and organize community events throughout the calendar year to benefit many causes important to the members of the chapter and the surrounding communities. Over the past year, the chapter has donated more than $20,000 to local, statewide, national, and international charities. That list of charities includes Families Helping Families, Harvest Hope, Sistercare, the West Metro Hispanic Ministry, the Dickerson Center for Children, Support Our Troops, the Wounded Warrior Project, the Captain Kimberly Hampton Memorial Foundation, Relay For Life, the Nothing But Nets Campaign, the Blood:Water Mission, World Vision, and its largest beneficiary, Jaycee Camp Hope. The Jaycees also commit to acts of community service such as playing bingo with residents of Jenni-Lynn Senior Living and cleaning up litter for the Adopt-a-Highway program along Highway #1 in West Columbia.
About SC Jaycee Camp Hope
Jaycee Camp Hope is a statewide residential camp for children and adults with developmental disabilities sponsored by the South Carolina Junior Chamber of Commerce (Jaycees). The camp offers individuals and families unique and entertaining opportunities near beautiful Lake Hartwell in Pendleton, SC. Camp Hope also serves families by giving parents and caregivers a rest while their camper is at camp. Campers develop independence through daily camp programs such as canoeing, crafts, overnight camping, archery, swimming, and other activities. Chapters from across the state hold fundraisers to help maintain the camp and to provide scholarships to offset the cost of camp for families.