I don’t really like horror rooms, usually give them a wide berth and politely decline. Often they are just dingy rooms with a low-budget ambiance. Not so in Horror House: The catacombs under Sofia have seen and experienced many stories.
When you descend to the entrance, you feel this with every step. People experienced really bad things here in the post-war period and Horror House makes good use of this atmosphere. A secret laboratory is said to be hiding here, in which experiments on humans were carried out in the past, and strange beings have been observed here for some time.
Only the bravest venture into the dark tunnel system and dare to get to the bottom of what is happening.
The focus is clearly not on the puzzles but on the experience. Only those who can trust and rely on their friends will be able to face their fears and learn their limits with a good rush of adrenaline.
Horror House is a unique and immersive experience with excellent actors in almost perfectly realistic costumes that will make you ask “Is it real after all?”