The Nightmare has become a Tulsa tradition that remains unparalleled and unmatched. It is a graphic walk-through presentation of real-life, modern-day struggles challenging our world today. These struggles, without the price Jesus paid on the cross, leave many lost and without hope in the world.
Every Friday and Saturday in October
You can expect to be served and helped with every aspect of your visit to our campus for this event. We do our best to provide convenient parking, a climate-controlled indoor waiting area for you, if there is any wait leading into the event, and the highest quality presentation you will ever see. All visitors are required to pass a metal detector screening for safety purposes.
We have two options for tickets this year:
General admission ticket – $15
Express Pass (shortest wait) – $25
You must be 12 years or older to enter.
That’s up to you; we recommend it.
Would you ride a roller coaster? Would you play touch football? Are you showing? Yes, it is your call on this; we recommend you consult your doctor with this one.
Safety is always a top priority for our Nightmare guests. To ensure you receive the most incredible experience at the Nightmare, here’s what you can expect:
The Nightmare is a graphic walk-through presentation with live actors. Due to the graphic nature of the production, you must be 12 years of age to enter. There will be no refunds after a ticket is purchased.
The Nightmare is not recommended for people with heart or back problems, pregnant women, people prone to seizures, or anyone who has a condition that is made worse through fear, anxiety or flashing lights.
This event is not recommended for anyone with a health condition that can be made worse or aggravated by participation in the Nightmare. Attend at your own risk. Do not smoke or light fire of any kind on the premises. Alcohol and firearms are not permitted on the premises. Leave all metal objects and personal belongings in your vehicle. All participants are required to pass a metal detector screening. Any personal belongings must be surrendered, including lighters, knives, etc. and will not be returned.
The Nightmare is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
The Nightmare is monitored by Tulsa Police Department and security personnel at all times. Do not touch the actors.