© 2019, Bloodview Haunted House and the Broadview Heights Lions Club
photo by Nikki Nisly Photography, LLC
To our loyal patrons and volunteers, after careful consideration, it is with a heavy heart that we announce that Bloodview, Cuyahoga County’s only Charity Haunt, will suspend the opening of the 2020 season. Four nearly four decades, Bloodview Haunted House - owned by the Broadview Heights Lions Club and staffed by the world’s oldest horror acting troupe, The Legion of Terror - has raised and donated millions to our local community as well as communities and projects both nationwide and internationally. You have made that possible through your patronage and support. We at Bloodview want to support our community, and amid the pandemic of COVID-19, we felt that opening was not in the best interest of our patrons, volunteers, or community. Your safety is paramount, and for that reason, we will not be opening Bloodview for its anticipated 2020 season. Stay tuned, as we are planning some big surprises for the future. We look forward to terrifying you in 2021 and for many years to come.
                            Haunted House
© Bloodview Haunted House and Broadview Heights Lions Club, 2019
                            Haunted House
photo by Nikki Nisly Photography, LLC
The Broadview Heights Lions Club presents Cuyahoga County’s only charity haunted house, raising nearly $3 million for local and national causes. Produced in partnership with The Legion of Terror, the original horror improv troupe, making Bloodview a fully interactive dark attraction. How has COVID affected Bloodview? Click here!