A creepy, Christmas-themed haunted house will unleash evil elves and the king of Christmas nightmares. The crew behind New Orleans Nightmare transforms its Halloween haunt into Krampus: A Haunting Christmas, for two days only, on Dec. 13 and Dec. 14.
The chilling, holiday haunted house brings the story of the Christmas demon from German folklore, Krampus, to life just in time for Friday the 13th. Visitors who loved getting spooked during Halloween can get scared all over again this holiday season.
Returning for its second year, the haunt features new scenes and set designs.
Haunted house producers say a new chapter unfolds this year with Krampus and Jack Frost teaming up to “haunt all the little girls and boys.” Jack Frost, known for being the ultimate trickster, is here to have those warm Christmas hearts succumb to his ice.
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The nightmarish event also trades out photos with Santa for photos with Krampus, include a full bar complete with Christmas treats and host mini escape games.
Event hours are from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Here’s a look behind the scenes from last year’s event:
The parent company, Thirteenth Floor Entertainment Group, is a Halloween-themed entertainment company behind several haunted houses across the country. The company currently produces haunted houses in more than a dozen national locations including San Antonio; Austin, Texas; Nashville, Tenn.; Chicago and Los Angeles, among others.
New Orleans Nightmare is located at 319 Butterworth Street in Jefferson, near the Huey P. Long Bridge.
General admission tickets start at $24.99. Fast pass, skip the line tickets and other add-ons are also available for additional fees.
For more information about Krampus: A Haunted Christmas Event, visit the website.