The Sanctuary

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The Sanctuary 530 S Broadway Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73109

Phone: 405-237-2803
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Experience four stories of terror in The Sanctuary, a horrific haunted attraction in Oklahoma City.  The tragic history of The Sanctuary involves a well-meaning humanitarian named Charles Labrie who founded it as a mental institution in 1917.  With cutting-edge treatments, this facility was widely regarded as the best in the world. 

During World War II, doctors were in short supply, so Dr. Ryan Hammond was brought in from Germany.  Though he made great progress with the patients at first, things began to deteriorate.  Charles Labrie discovered Dr. Hammond had been conducting experiments on himself as well as the patients, and was starting a hostile takeover of The Sanctuary.  Find out what atrocities were committed as you roam through the institution, and see what horrible state the patients were left in. The Sanctuary is a high quality, highly detailed haunted attraction that includes suspension, freak show stunts, fire breathing and other pyrotechnics.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Group Rates Available

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-35, I-40, I-44, Route 66, US-270

  • Projected Attendance: 10,000

Located on S Broadway Ave just north of SW 5th St.

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Tino Pascuzzi

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From Rufnexgal71 on 10/24/14

The Sanctuary is a very well done haunted attraction, but their line and entry management is absolutely horrendous and unacceptable. Unless you want to spend 35 dollars per person for a VIP pass, plan on spending anywhere from 2 to 5 hours in line, especially since they're only open Fri and Sat nights, and for a few hours on only TWO Sunday nights during the entire month. It would be nice if they would open one or two nights during the week, at least during the last two weeks in October. Also, I'm not entirely sure all the actors were in attendance when we went. The 35 dollar VIP pass would only be worth it if they offered more than one attraction to go through, IMHO. I can only surmise that the 4 to 5 star ratings they are receiving on the social networks are coming from the tweens and teens who are dumb enough to wait in line that long. The parking also sucks when it's so crowded.

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