- 20 32nd Street North
- Birmingham, AL
Sloss Furnace Tour:
Explore new locations normally closed to the public including the terrifying Boiler Room, home to hundreds of paranormal encounters. Make your way though our newly designed trail including the furnace catwalk, underground tunnels, and new dark passageways that force your group to go single file–leaving you completely exposed.
Experience all new 3D maze, complete with killer clowns and spinning vortex that bring grown men to their knees weeping with fear. Encounter Slag in his inferno, run from deranged serial killers, crawl through cockroaches, and try to escape chainsaw wielding hillbillies. Our Hollywood Special Effects team has loaded the trail with dozens of monsters, surprises, effects, and scenes throughout your tour.
Outbreak 2 is designed for people who want to experience the zombie apocalypse. Filled with crawl spaces, climbing walls, tunnels, and more, you will zig and zag through a terrifying obstacle course with zombies trying to infect you at every turn.
When you first enter the furnace, we don’t make you wait in line. You receive a pass, and relax in our fully equiped Roadkill Cafe until your group is called. Watch the freaks while you are waiting, have your palm read, watch a vampish vixen swallow fire, experience an illusionist who plays with your head, register for prizes, or check out classic horror movies projected onto a 25 foot screen. On special nights, you can enjoy live entertainment on our Stages of Death.
Stages of Death:
Stages of Death offers the most unique entertainment you won’t find anywhere else! From Fire-Eaters to Freak Shows, Live Bands to Danger Acts, you never know what you will find when you visit Sloss Fright Furnace. The line up for Stages of Death is constantly changing so you never know what you will see until you get here.
Marathon of Horror:
Visit our outdoor movie theater featuring continuous running horror flicks projected on a giant 25 foot screen. Sometimes our monsters escape their trails and make their way down to the Marathon of Horror for some easy feeding.
The Conjuring Room happens to be a real house that was used back in the early 1940’s as a real seance room for rasing the spirits of the dead. Mrs Edna Hill was a medium that lived on a plantation in south Georgia where her husband and family grew cotton. Edna had people from all over the country visit her to talk to loved ones that passed. But only night during one of her rituals something went wrong and something else passed through a supernatural doorway into the room.
This is a rare opportunity for the general public to enter a genuine seance house and possibly have a real paranormal experience. Email Haunt Owner
Hours of Operation: Weeknights (Sunday - Thursday): 6.30 pm to 10:30 pm
Weekends (Friday & Saturday): 6.30 pm to Midnight
Admission Costs: Combo Ticket:
Sunday - Thursday: $20 per person
Friday, Saturday & Halloween: $25 per person
Any Night: $35 per person
Extreme Scream Ticket:
Any Night: $35 per person
VIP/Extreme Scream Ticket:
Any Night: $40 per person
Conjuring Room: $4
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Recent ReviewsReview This Haunt
I've been to Sloss several times, and this year it's better than ever!
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5 out of 5 found this review helpful
Outbreak was awesome!!
I felt like I was apart of the walking dead. Just when you thought you were done another zombie would appear.Cant wait till September 26th for the opening night. Furnace tour was cool,but the woods needed more monsters!
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9 out of 12 found this review helpful
I enjoyed it. My wife Enjoyed it. My 2 teenage kids LOVED it.
Dunno what everyone in the other reviews are complaining about. Ok, so we didn't like the long line but we went on a saturday night so i guess it's to be expected. Being a zombie was our favorite part. we had a blast and the trails were really scary. Looking forward to it again in 2015Posted 11/28/14
9 out of 11 found this review helpful
I hadn't been in years and was sooo amazed at all of the different trails!! Cant wait to do it again next year!Posted 10/31/14
11 out of 11 found this review helpful
This place has tons of FANTASTIC ACTORS. All these people in my groups literally ran through the WHOLE trail didn't even wanna slow down. You definitely should go!!! Not a waste of money or time!!!!Posted 10/29/14
8 out of 9 found this review helpful
Going Back for a Second Time...
i was great... the waiting in line was long but hey that can be expected. me and my husband had a great time and we are gong back again this year. cant wait!Posted 10/14/14
8 out of 10 found this review helpful
sloss furnace review
A lot of waiting but for the most part it was fun but if you're not really a standing up type of person then don't bother going cause you're gonna wait in line for hoursPosted 10/12/14
3 out of 10 found this review helpful
Very disappointed! !! waste of $$
Waited and waited. ... and waited! We waited four hours that's ridiculous! !! (We had to stand for four hours) We was so mad and exhausted we NEVER got scared or spooked... Nothing!! We even ended up with the group that was in front of us! Don't waste your money on this place!!! We will never be back! 10/13Posted 10/10/14
1 out of 10 found this review helpful
IT WAS AWESOME!Posted 10/4/14
6 out of 8 found this review helpful
not worth it
Best part was being a zombie. Not worth a three hour drive and is expensive.Posted 9/28/14
0 out of 9 found this review helpful
Please don't waste your money.
We went Saturday night and we first Did the sloss furnace trail, I get scared easily and was terrified going in but was very disappointed. I Did not get scared once. People's faces was painted like you see kids on Halloween. There was no clowns just black men with a little white face paint being jokers. There was a lot of times there wasn't even someone jumping out at you. The woods tour was a joke too. The man that does the conjuring room wasn't even there so it was just a big disappointment. Didn't even stay for the zombie outbreak. I drove over a hour to see this place and it was horrible.Posted 9/28/14
0 out of 10 found this review helpful
Most Scary and Creative Haunted Experience
Not Only does the History of the location spook me but,I loved the 3 trails and the Conjuring Room, It has more options than Atrox all centrally located. I probably liked the Woods Trail the Best!!! Overall well worth my money. I will go again before it closes this year.Posted 10/23/13
6 out of 7 found this review helpful
Best setting ever
This is the best haunt around! Really haunted, old steel mill...wow it's awesome!Posted 10/23/12
2 out of 5 found this review helpful
I travelled several hours with big expectations , and i did have fun. some of the actors were terrific, and the atmosphere and 3d effects were great. the wood trail isn't all that spectacular and the Actors on the woods trail ranged from rude to uninspired. the best actors were in the furnace and a few of those guys made my day. large groups won't be scared easily and i suggest going in front. It was raining when i went and that added greatly to my experience. Worth checking out but fell short of this horror fans high expectations.Posted 10/12/12
0 out of 7 found this review helpful
It seems kind of lacking this year...I dunno how to describe it but it just doesn't seem to be as scary. The area creeps me out. Sloss makes me shiver just thinking about it. But the monsters and stuff just didn't seem in to it this year.Posted 10/8/12
1 out of 6 found this review helpful
Sloss Fright Furnace is, by far, one of the best haunted attractions I've ever been to. The furnace is creepy any time of year, but in the dark with all sorts of creatures roaming around, it's awesome!Posted 9/28/12
5 out of 6 found this review helpful