Tired of the same Halloween haunts? Aviation museum scares up fun at trail, attic

If trick or treating is no longer a thrill, there’s a place in Warner Robins where shrill screams pierce the night air.

The Museum of Aviation Foundation at Robins Air Force Base hosts the closing night of its “Nevermore Hills Haunted Trail” and “Attic” for final performances Halloween night.

From 8-11 p.m. Tuesday, visitors can take their chances on the trail that is frighteningly fun or superbly scary, depending on your own perception.

Tickets are $22 for the trail and attic or can be purchased separately for $15 for the trail and $8 for the attic. Discounts of up to $2 are available for those with a military ID.

Last year, nearly 3,000 people came through the attraction during the eight nights of operation.

Tickets can be purchased online or at the attraction at 1942 Heritaage Boulevard, just off Ga. 247 near Russell Parkway on the south side of Robins Air Force Base in Warner Robins.