What to expect
A tad bit eerie
This adventure takes place at night in the shadowy confines of a historic village. But don't fret, we’re not trying to send you running in terror!
We've some live actors in the mix, but they won't be laying a finger on you, and we ask that you do the same.
The sets and costumes have been crafted with care to whisk you away to a bygone era.
With your ticket, you'll be granted exclusive after-hours access to the village and all its quaint buildings.
You will know the travelers you rode in with, but there may be others playing that will be strangers to you. Players are broken down into teams of four. The price you see listed is for one individual ticket.
If you have a very large group and would like to organize a private game, message us at firstname.lastname@example.org
All travelers over 12 can join. To free this town of its curse, we will need to engage the wits of even our youngest.
One adult per 5 children is required for players aged 15 and under.
Black Creek Pioneer Village is located at 1000 Murray Ross Parkway in Toronto, Ontario.
Paid parking is available at Black Creek Pioneer Village. The cost of parking is not included in your ticket to Where Dark Things Dwell.
We have secure storage at the game for your belongings.
There are washrooms that can be accessed before and after the game.
Wheelchairs can be accommodated in this game. Please contact us after you book and we will make the arrangements.
Special need dogs are welcome at Black Creek Pioneer Village.
Taxis and special needs vehicles may drop off visitors in the Parking Lot.
There are two wheelchair accessible parking spots located in the West Parking Lot.
Accessible washrooms are located on the main floor.
Fort Edmonton Park is located at 7000 143 St NW in Edmonton, Alberta.
Limited parking is available in the main parking lot and some extra parking in the lot near our Administration building (take your first right opposite the main lot and then a quick left). Please consider alternate modes of transportation.
Fort Edmonton Park has partial accessibility with ramps and washrooms available at many locations throughout the Park. However, due to the historic nature of the facility, there are a number of buildings that would be challenging for persons with limited mobility and impassable for wheelchairs.
There are several accessible locations in the Park
Fort Edmonton Park welcomes persons with disabilities and their certified public access service dogs. Emotional support or comfort dogs and therapy dogs will not be granted access.
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