Dracula’s Haunted House is less gentler with the gothic than the Kids’ Shows, and only suitable for over tens. State of the art special effects make it a highly impressive and immersive attraction constructed by sculptors, scenic artists and animation technicians.
The building covers five full floors of illusions, weird collectibles, interactive scenes with giant spiders and shark attacks, plus other features include the Vampire Lair, Horror Mirror Maze and a whole floor dedicated to phobias.
You go through at your own pace, which gives you the option to skip past anything the kids really won’t like, but certain elements will be beyond your control such as characters jumping out at you, so it’s worth prepping nervous kids in advance. That said they claim it’s mainly done tongue in cheek and they do strongly welcome families, so expect comedy horror with a few extra jumps.