Can You Handle Disturbia: Screams in the Park?

Disturbia: Screams in the Park

Expect to look behind you at night for a few nights after visiting the hauntingly good Disturbia: Screams in the Park in Rosemont, Ill.

The award-winning haunted house Disturbia in Addison, Ill. and the hair-raising Screams in the Park in Rosemont, Ill. have joined forces to create a horror experience like no other. This year the haunted house comes with new sets, characters, floor plans, and haunts to get you gripping your friend’s arm until they start to lose circulation.

There are usually two types of people who go into haunted houses. The first type walks through it normally jumping at every scare and stopping at every turn. The other type pretty much looks down the whole time and tries to walk through as fast as possible to reduce the fright to a minimum. If you’re the second type good luck because not only is this haunted house big at 36,000 square feet but almost half of it is new this year. One of the new aspects is the multi-level, underground sewer with real running water, electricity, and scary characters at every turn. Also, watch out for the new exit.

If that’s not scary enough for you, then try doing the entire attraction in complete darkness on Nov. 5 and 6 for the Pitch Black nights.

Disturbia: Screams in the Park runs until Nov. 5 and is open from 7 p.m. – 11 p.m. on on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, and 7 p.m.–12 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. It is located in The MB Financial Park, 5501 Park Pl, Rosemont, Ill. It is recommended for ages 13 and up. General admission is $25 Sundays through Thursdays and $30 Fridays and Saturdays. If you don’t want to wait as long to get in get VIP tickets for $40. Parking is free with validation. For more information visit

Written By Joel Mora

Joel Mora is editor at Concierge Preferred. Born and raised in Miami, Fl., Joel has slowly ate, drank, and explored his way up north refining all his senses to prepare for the stampede of delicious dining, notorious nightlife, stellar shopping, and captivating culture that calls Chicago home. In the wild he’ll be the red-bearded Cuban with a Lagunitas IPA in his hand.

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