For half a century, the Newburgh Civitan has been terrorizing the tristate area, and 2023 promises no respite! The Zombie Farm, a beloved Halloween tradition in Southern Indiana, is back to send shivers down your spine. Keep scrolling for your chance to win tickets!

A Haunt with a Heart

If you've never ventured to The Zombie Farm before, prepare for a night of heart-pounding thrills. Produced by over 50 volunteers, actors, and dedicated staff from the Newburgh Civitan and Junior Civitan, this haunted attraction is not just about scares; it's about giving back to the community. Proceeds from your ticket purchase support their organization, with additional funds donated to local charities like Easterseals, Special Olympics, and the Warrick Humane Society.

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Now Open for the Season

The Zombie Farm is now open for the 2023 season. Here are the Zombie Farm's opening hours for your chilling delight:

  • Thursday & Sunday: 7 pm to 9 pm
  • Friday & Saturday: 7 pm to midnight
  • No-Scare Tours (Thursday - Sunday): 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
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Admission Cost for the Zombie Farm

Admission is only $15, while those opting for the No-Scare Tours pay just $5. If you've never experienced the spine-tingling sensation of The Zombie Farm, this is your year to check it out. It's an absolute must-visit!

Win Tickets to the Zombie Farm

Below you'll find some of the things you should know before your visit, accompanied by photos of the Zombie Farm shared courtesy of Neeley Photography. Want to win a pair of tickets to the Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm? Keep scrolling to sign up!

Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm Through the Lens of Neeley Photography

As it celebrates its 50th year, the Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm continues its tradition of gleefully scaring visitors who dare to walk the haunted trail. Neeley Photography recently paid a visit to the Zombie Farm and you can see some of her creepily fantastic photos below.

Gallery Credit: Kat Mykals

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