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2018 The Infirmary Review

The Infirmary
4500 Enterprise Drive
Bartonville, IL 61607

Reviewed By:

Jamie Sullivan



Visibility / Location:

There were lighted signs at the turns. It was very easy to find. When we pulled into the parking lot we were stopped by some parking attendants. We were told they were collecting donations for the Cub Scouts, held out a jar and said that whatever we wanted to donate was fine. Once we donated they told us which parking space to take and how to get to the haunted house. There was a bit of a walk to get to the ticket booth.

Wait Entertainment:

There were a few clowns and an actor dressed as Michael Myers that were walking around entertaining the crowd and taking pictures with people. There was also music playing.




Donation to Cub Scouts

Event Length:

13.5 Minutes

Since people move through haunted attractions at different rates, your time will vary. Note: The time shown here represents the actual time spent moving forward through the attraction. Time spent waiting in queue lines, staging areas, intro scenes, rules rooms and when traffic jams cause patrons to come to a halt, has been subtracted.


LPR Score = 3.153

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Scare Factor:


Crowd Control:

We were able to walk through at our own pace and didn't run into any other groups.


After purchasing our tickets, we were told we could stop at the food truck next to the ticket booth for drinks and snacks or we could head towards the haunted house. We headed for the haunted house and were greeted by a girl who walked us to the line while explaining some of the rules to us. The wait line was partially covered but the entire wait line is outside. Dress accordingly. There were benches along the wait line so you could sit while you waited which was nice. When it was our turn to go we got another rundown of the rules from an actor who also set the scene about the sickness within the haunted house. We were sent down the sidewalk and told where to turn to enter the building. The rooms and props were great. Some of the actors were interactive and some were just perfectly still until you walked by them and then they would scream. At one point we were given a box, told not to open it and sent on our way. I carried the box until we came across another actor who took it while yelling at us for delivering it an hour late before she sent us on our way again. The clown room was small but it was great. There was a hallway that a "ghost" walked down that was pretty unique and cool. This one is worth checking out!

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