For half a century, the Newburgh Civitan has been terrorizing the tristate area, and 2023 promises no respite! The Zombie Farm, a beloved Halloween tradition in Southern Indiana, is back to send shivers down your spine, starting on September 29th.

If you've never ventured to The Zombie Farm before, prepare for a night of heart-pounding thrills. Produced by over 50 volunteers, actors, and dedicated staff from the Newburgh Civitan and Junior Civitan, this haunted attraction is not just about scares; it's about giving back to the community. Proceeds from your ticket purchase support their organization, with additional funds donated to local charities like Easterseals, Special Olympics, and the Warrick Humane Society.

Zombie Farm
Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm

Here are the Zombie Farm's opening hours for your chilling delight:

  • Thursday & Sunday: 7 pm to 9 pm
  • Friday & Saturday: 7 pm to midnight
  • No-Scare Tours (Thursday - Sunday): 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
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Admission is only $15, while those opting for the No-Scare Tours pay just $5. If you've never experienced the spine-tingling sensation of The Zombie Farm, this is your year to check it out. It's an absolute must-visit!

But before you go, take note of some essential "House Rules" from the Zombie Farm:

  1. Respect Personal Space: Avoid physical contact with the Zombie Farm actors and props; this is a non-touching experience.
  2. Group Sizes: You can explore the Zombie Farm either individually or in groups of 2-4. Larger groups will be split up.
  3. Stay on the Path: Stick to the designated path to prevent becoming zombie fodder.
  4. No Weapons or Dangerous Props: Leave any items that could be used as weapons or dangerous costume props in your car.
  5. Costume Guidelines: While costumes are allowed, the Zombie Farm does not permit masks or full-face coverings inside the attraction.
  6. No Open Flames or Smoking: Smoking, vaping, and open flames are strictly prohibited on the Zombie Farm premises.
  7. Zero Tolerance for Alcohol: Zombie Farm does not allow alcohol on-site, and intoxicated guests will be asked to leave.
  8. Mind Your Language: Please refrain from using foul language. Feel free to scream, but mind your language. The actors are middle school and high school age children and young adults.
  9. No Flashlights Needed: Flashlights won't help you escape any faster, so leave them behind.
  10. No Photography or Videography Inside: Photography and video recording are not allowed inside the haunt. Capture memories while waiting in line and follow the Zombie Farm on social media for shared photos and videos.
  11. Secure Your Belongings: Keep your phone secured. You wouldn't want to drop it while escaping from the Zombies.

Located in Warrick County, you can find The Zombie Farm at 5466 Vann Road in Newburgh, Indiana.

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