Get Scared at Erebus Haunted Attraction in Oakland County

A red colored demon comes out of a brick wall holding a sign that says "EREBUS". A mural of flames rises up behind the demon and gargoyles stand perched on each side of the demon.

Oakland County is home to one of the scariest places in Michigan: the Erebus Haunted Attraction. Located in downtown Pontiac, this four-story venue is 30,000 square feet of frightening fun, making it one of the largest walk-through haunted attractions in the world.

Check out our video below for a sneak peek of the Erebus Haunted Attraction:

The Erebus Haunted Attraction was started in 2000 by brothers Edward & Jim Terebus and is renowned as one of the scariest locations in Oakland County. Although Erebus’ theme changes every year, its world-class reputation for scaring all who enter remains constant. This year’s theme is the Erebus Time Machine and concerns “a mad scientist named Dr. Colber who’s opened a portal to a new time zone.” Those who choose to visit the attraction can expect expert use of props, animatronics, puppets, mirrors, moving walls, and over 90 dedicated actors to make their experience at Erebus the best it can possibly be.

The Erebus Haunted Attraction is one of many haunted locations in the area. For more haunted destinations, check out our list of Haunted Fun in Oakland County.


Location18 South Perry Street, Pontiac, MI 48342

Cost: Prices vary between $19 and $28 depending on the day. Be sure to check online to view special rates and bonuses like group rates or speed and VIP passes.

Dates: Erebus Haunted Attraction is open every weekend through November 3rd, 2018. In addition, it is open certain weekdays starting October 4th, 2018. For the most up-to-date and detailed information, visit their website. For a layout of pricing and days open, take a look at this photo from the Erebus Facebook page.

In addition to the Erebus Haunted Attraction, Erebus runs the Erebus Escape Room which offers a thrilling team bonding experience year-round.

For more information about Erebus, visit their website or follow them on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Visit the Oakland County website, and follow us on FacebookTwitterInstagram and Pinterest for more news and fun year round. Join the conversation using #OaklandCounty.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *