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Asking us? It's really scary. But like any good movie the amount you get scared is really up to your own personal fear tolerance. Some people come through and laugh...some cry...some scream in absolute terror. How's your fear tolerance?
The schedule for this season is posted here on the website.
13th World is very intense and scary and may not be appropriate for young children, although we have no age restriction. It is recommended that children under the age of twelve not go through and that any older child who might become badly frightened should forego the experience. Parents know their children best and are welcome to bring them if they feel that they can handle the scares. People who are pregnant or have heart conditions or other health issues should use their discretion.
13th World is a haunted trail that winds through a dense patch of wooded area. It has uneven ground, twists, turns, hills and valleys. Patrons should wear appropriate footwear and dress for New England weather in October.
13th World is an outdoor attraction. In the event we may cancel the night's performances. If this happens, weather cancellations will be posted on our website and Facebook pages. Tickets will be honored at any other night the attraction is open.
Directions may be found on this website.
The address is: 4125 Diamond Hill Rd. Cumberland, RI 02864
13th World is an outdoor, all-weather event. You should dress for New England in October. The temperatures can vary anywhere between 35 and 70 degrees. Be prepared for any kind of weather—fog, rain, sleet, or even snow. Good walking shoes are a must—it’s a lengthy walk on unpaved ground.
We have a basic rule of thumb in the haunt business. "Touch nothing, and nothing will touch you." Unless of course you select to do “Touch of Fear”
We don’t allow videotaping or photography inside the haunt. Flash photography poses a safety risk for the actors, and you wouldn’t be able to see where you’re going if you’re busy filming.
Approximately 25 minutes—but it really depends on how fast you run. We will be adding more elements which will add to its length as well as adding scares.
Costumes are welcome, but we ask that visitors not wear masks. Visibility is important inside the attraction for your own safety and for ours. If you wear a costume, please be sure to leave your mask in the car. It’s also a good idea not to wear anything bulky or hard to move in, so you won’t have difficulty maneuvering through the attraction.
There will be drinks, as well as light snacks for sale outside the attraction.
Every effort has been made to make as much of the attraction handicapped accessible as possible, but of course weather conditions and uneven terrain can limit that access. We encourage visitors with special needs to call ahead so that we can best arrange a tour tailored to their specific requirements.