All-new haunt experience ‘ScareScape’ coming to the Inland Empire this Halloween season


Mike Walton | Contributor

The Inland Empire is getting an all-new Halloween haunt for the 2023 season with the debut of ScareScape, a haunt experience promising heart-pounding terror and spine-chilling thrills.

Set amidst the breathtaking panoramic views of the Temecula valley at Heritage Hill in Murrieta, California, ScareScape will transport guests on a terrifying exploration of their deepest fears. SoCal’s newest haunt will deliver frights for 19 nights starting on September 29 and running on select dates through October 29. The event will feature 3 General Admission mazes, 1 VIP Maze, multiple bars, a VIP lounge, live entertainment, food trucks, roaming monsters, a vendor marketplace, and more. Included in ScareScape admission, each ticket-holder will embark into the darkness on an exclusive shuttle ride to the summit of the hill before facing their wildest nightmares.

“We’re excited to introduce ScareScape to the SoCal haunt scene and provide a spooky Halloween experience that highlights the talent and creativity of our local community,” shared Lexy Berru, Creative Minds Productions. “We designed each maze to embody some of the most archetypal and primal fears that humans experience. From coulrophobia (fear of clowns) to phasmophobia (fear of ghosts and the supernatural), ScareScape will take you on a terrifying exploration of humankind’s deepest fears.”

Tickets for ScareScape go on sale today at and start at just $25. General Admission and VIP tickets are available. VIP tickets give unlimited access to all three General Admission mazes with priority entry as well as access to a special VIP-only maze. VIPs also get exclusive access to the VIP Lounge and bar.

Early Bird buyers can use promo code SPOOKYSUMMER to save $10 on General Admission tickets through July 31.

For more information, to purchase tickets, and for the latest updates on the event, visit

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