GLEN MILLS, Pennsylvania — The Bates Motel was recently named one of the top haunts in the country by haunted house expert, the Queen of Haunts. The owners have used their brand of spine-chilling fun to save the family farm.
The family started with a small hayride in 1991, charging locals $5 a ride. Over the past three decades, they have become one of the biggest attractions in the Philadelphia region.
They have more than 200 actors employed to help provide a frightfully good time as guests walk their way through three different attractions and enjoy festive games and snacks during their visit.