Zach Morris and Third Rail Projects are presenting a Halloween Steampunk Haunted House in New York City.

“This Halloween, enter an immersive world of churning gears, mechanical monstrosities, and steam-powered cyborgs as the Abrons Arts Center’s historic Playhouse and catacombs are transformed into New York’s first Steampunk Haunted House. Elegantly designed, and staged under the direction of Bessie award-winning artist Zach Morris, in collaboration with a team of installation and performance artists, including: Elizabeth Carena, Jesse Green, Marissa Nielsen-Pincus, Liz Sargent, Brigid C. Scruggs, Barry Weil, Kryssy Wright, and the Abrons’ Urban Youth Theater, this terrifying promenade fashions a lush, visually stunning, and fiercely designed and choreographed experience. The aesthetic of steampunk offers a fresh, romanticized spin on technology and fashion, creating an alternate, anachronistic Victorian-era that retains a pre-industrial elegance. The Steampunk Haunted House is like no other Halloween experience in the city, exploiting the more sinister aspects of the Playhouse’s early 20th-Century architecture to create a maze of science fictions. Clockwork spiders, legions of half-man/half-machine drones, and mechanized monsters and misfits manifest in eerie parlors, laboratories, and boiler rooms. Navigating dark, narrow hallways, corridors, and caverns, the audience is met with startling, stunning terrors around every turn.
Tour groups are admitted incrementally into the haunted house. Like most attractions of its kind, this is roughly a twenty-minute experience. Children under 8 will not be admitted”

Third Rail Project’s Steampunk Haunted House