GUESS HQ Invites Vancouverites to the First Ever Interactive Haunted Adventure This Halloween

(Images courtesy of GUESS HQ)

Resident Evil, Walking Dead fans — you’re in for a ghoulish treat as GUESS HQ and VanCity Buzz have a few tricks up their sleeves this Halloween. Powered by VanCity Buzz and Fantasy 6 Sports, GUESS HQ will be introducing “Gastown’s First & Only Haunted Adventure” from October 27th until November 1st.

While typical haunted houses may lead you through a maze or a tour with spooky surprises in every corner, GUESS HQ will be offering the first interactive and terrifying haunted escape experience where you are the star of the show.

Fully equipped with over 5000 sq ft of gory delight, and a team of merciless actors hidden throughout the haunted arena, guests must help bring down an evil human cloning organization before they escape the streets of Vancouver.

What should guests expect from GUESS HQ’s Haunted Adventure?

“This is the first time an escape room like GUESS HQ has developed a fully interactive and immersive experience where our guests decide their own fate,” GUESS HQ’s Executive Director, Adrian Duke explains. “Each guest will build their own story — so even if you’re going with a few friends, everyone will have a different outcome because they decide how the story will end”.

Backed by Vancouver’s Victory Square Ventures, GUESS HQ has claimed the high demand of thousands of unwary Vancouverites, and has served over 2,000 guests each month since launching in February earlier this year. GUESS HQ has already reserved more than half their bookings for their upcoming Haunted Adventure and expects a full booking before Halloween night.

For more information on be sure to visit Limited tickets available — be sure to reserve your tickets today before they sell out!

150 West Hastings Vancouver, BC V6B 1G8

The GUESS HQ Haunted Adventure will be open every day from October 27 — November 1. The hours of operation are from 3:00 pm — 2:00 am.

You must be 13 years of age or older to participate.

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