HEEBIE JEEBIES is located in Southwest Winnipeg, one kilometre south of McGillvary on LaSalle Road (turn south at The Rink on McGillvary). If you’re coming from the south perimeter, we are two kilometres north of LaSalle Road. Signs will be posted at both ends of LaSalle road on event nights to direct you toward HEEBIE JEEBIES.
To be clear, we are not located in the town of LaSalle; we are inside the perimeter.
This year, we are adding a fourth maze along with food trucks, bonfires, free hot chocolate, photo ops, carnival games and fireworks. HEEBIE JEEBIES covers a full acre (45,000 square feet), so if you want to take everything in, you should plan to be here for approximately 1.5 to 2 hours for the full experience.
SCREAM PASS: $40 per person
GROUP RATE: $25 per person
SCAREDY PASS: $15 per person
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Each maze is 500 feet long, over 3,800 square feet and takes about 8-12 minutes to survive.
This depends on the day and time of your visit. On our busiest nights, you can expect to wait around 30 minutes to get into each maze. Don’t worry though, there are plenty of scares to be had while you wait.
HEEBIE JEEBIES is the newest, largest and only haunted attraction of its kind in Manitoba, so we are expecting more than double the screams and double the ‘victims’ in 2019.
YES! Unlike other Halloween attractions in Manitoba that only allow you to enter each maze once, at HEEBIE JEEBIES you can go through all four mazes as many times as you want (on select nights).
If you’re not a fan of large crowds we recommend visiting on a Thursday or Sunday. Saturdays and Halloween are always our busiest nights where you can expect longer wait times but also an awesome firework display from Archangel Fireworks (it’s all about balance).
*Pro tip: Crowds are at the lowest for the first and last hour on any night.
100% yes – we have had several adults pee their pants while visiting our haunted experience and one confirmed case of someone literally having the crap scared out of them.
NO! The actors at HEEBIE JEEBIES will never touch, grab, push or shove you. They may put their hands/gloves on your shoulder while posing for a picture but HEEBIE JEEBIES is terrifying enough, we don’t need cheap thrills to scare the pee out of you!
HEEBIE JEEBIES is the scariest place to be in October! It is terrifying from the moment you park your car until the time you leave. You will scream a lot, laugh a lot and maybe even cry a little.
No. We do not issue refunds. Enter at your own risk.
Yes. We have security guards stationed throughout each maze; they will be wearing a bright fluorescent shirt and will have a flashlight to guide you out.
HEEBIE JEEBIES ambushes your senses in every way possible without anyone physically touching you. We have lasers, fog, air blasts, shock effects, strobe lights, noisemakers, sound effects, terrifying music, startling effects and fireworks.
In 2019 HEEBIE JEEBIES will employ over 100 actors and 50 support staff and security. Each maze has 20-25 actors and our scare zone has 10-12 actors roaming around for photo ops.
All of our costumes are custom made by movie production studios in the United States. Our costumes cost anywhere from $400 to $4,000 each, with most averaging about $1,500.
We have over 30 staff on duty each night for the sole purpose of security, as well as dozens of security cameras throughout the property. Security personnel are stationed throughout each maze, in the parking lot, throughout the scare zone and at the entrance/exit. Cameras are located in every area of the property including the driveway entrance/exit, inside all mazes and in the scare zone.
While we don’t have an age restriction but HEEBIE JEEBIES is not recommended for children under 13 years of age. That being said, you know your child best and we leave it up to you.
*HEEBIE JEEBIES will not pay for therapy for anyone of any age due to any psychological effects from attending our awesome event.
Both. Our scare zone is completely outdoors, our line-ups are partially outdoors and partially indoors. Two of our mazes are almost completely indoors and two are almost completely outdoors.
No. Everything at HEEBIE JEEBIES is on solid gravel, and although we do not recommend wearing your Sunday best to any haunted attraction, even on wet days, your clothes and shoes will not be covered in mud at HEEBIE JEEBIES.
No. While you may jump and lurch from our scares, we won’t ask you to crawl on the ground, though we have had some ‘victims’ crawl through our mazes out of sheer terror.
Yes. There are food trucks and free hot chocolate for your enjoyment. We have port-a-potties on site and highly recommend a stop there before entering our mazes.
NO! Anyone wearing a costume will be denied entry to HEEBIE JEEBIES.
Our scare zone is wheelchair accessible but unfortunately, our mazes are not. We do offer a discounted “Scaredy Cat” ticket option that allows guests access to everything except the mazes. We have had visitors leave their walkers with our staff at the entrance while they go through with friends and our staff will meet them at the exit.
The “Scaredy Cat” ticket is a discounted ticket for the physically disabled or for guests that want to experience what HEEBIE JEEBIES has to offer without going into the mazes. This includes access to photo ops, free hot chocolate, fireworks, food trucks, bonfires and carnival games.
You can take all the pictures and video you like in the scare zone, in fact, we encourage you to take pictures and post it on social media. Flash photography, flashlights and video recording are prohibited inside the mazes.
Parking is free, though we do accept charitable donations of any amount. All proceeds raised from parking will go directly to the Children’s Wish Foundation and Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation.
Most people say that “Meet the Inbreds” is the most terrifying, although people with Coulrophobia (fear of clowns) will obviously say that “Circus Freakus” is the scariest.
YES. For your safety and the safety of all of our ‘victims’, we have a zero tolerance policy on alcohol, weapons of any kind, foul language, pushing, shoving, vulgar behaviour, smoking, drugs, etc. A complete list of our rules is posted in multiple locations throughout the park. Violation of these rules will result in expulsion from the park without refund.
Not if you follow the rules. We have never had a serious injury at HEEBIE JEEBIES. The biggest cause of minor injuries at every haunted attraction is running. Read the rules, follow the rules and you will have a terrifyingly good time. Warning signs are posted throughout the haunt.
You should NOT attend HEEBIE JEEBIES if,
- You are prone to seizures
- You have a respiratory condition (especially asthma or a heart condition)
- You have a broken bone
- You are pregnant
NO! ‘Victims’ who touch our props or actors will be asked to leave the haunt.
No. Outside food and beverages are not permitted inside HEEBIE JEEBIES.
No. For safety reasons, food and beverages are not permitted inside the mazes but you’re more than welcome to enjoy your food and drink in the scare zone.
Yes. Each year we produce a brand new HEEBIE JEEBIES American Apparel graphic t-shirt. You can purchase merch from the current and previous years in a variety of sizes at the stand next to the ticket booth.
Our work never really ends, we’re always on the lookout for new props and ideas and we attend several conventions and trade shows throughout the year. In early November we assess what worked well, what didn’t and what we can add or improve for the next HEEBIE JEEBIES. Over the winter months, we casually build props, repair costumes and finalize new plans. In the spring we order new props and begin building and renovating the mazes. Over the summer, costumes are ordered and assembled. As props and materials arrive, construction kicks into high gear. By early September the attraction is pretty much ready to go as are all the costumes.
Tickets are available online or at the door. We recommend purchasing your tickets online, in advance, to guarantee entry.
Yes. That being said, HEEBIE JEEEBIES has a very high capacity. We are capable of hosting more ‘victims’ per hour than other, smaller Manitoba attractions. If HEEBIE JEEBIES reaches capacity, only those with pre-purchased tickets will be admitted. ‘Victims’ purchasing tickets at the door will have to wait in line and will be admitted as people exit the haunt.
Yes, both online and at the door.