75-Minute Live Horror Experience

It’s a small motel. Only a few, cramped rooms. But it’s cheap, breakfast is always included and there is a certain charm in this old building. It feels like time has stopped here. And the owner is nice. Very nice.

After Dark Helsinki – The Motel is an immersive live horror experience situated in an old industrial building in Kallio, Helsinki. The experience lasts 60–75 minutes and you will be in small groups of 2–6.

The premiere is on Wednesday 19.4.2017 and the show will run weekly after that. Tickets for the show can be booked two months in advance. You can also buy gift cards for the experience, which are valid for 6 months and can be used to buy tickets for any of the performances (subject to availability).

The starting point of the show is at Kulttuuritalo, Sturenkatu 4, Helsinki. Please arrive there 5–10 minutes early. You will receive further instructions to your phone there.

No One Under 18 Admitted

The After Dark Helsinki experience is for adults only. The experience may include the following: graphic scenes, strong language, simulated violence, mental, verbal and physical abuse, sexual content and touching, yelling, loud voices, tight spaces, total darkness, fog, light effects, strong odours, exposure to water and other liquids, physical contact, bondage and crawling.

If you don’t want to experience these things, do not buy a ticket.

Important Instructions

The starting point of the show is at Kulttuuritalo, Sturenkatu 4, Helsinki. Please arrive there 5–10 minutes early. You will receive further instructions to your phone there.

Please make sure you arrive with a charged mobile phone with a data plan. It is important for the beginning of the show as you will be streaming a short video and voice clip. Please also bring headphones for your own comfort. If you don’t own a phone with a data plan, we have a couple extra ones we can borrow; let us know about this when making the booking by filling out the Mobile Phone field.

All the shows available for now are in Finnish. Special shows in English will start running in May and we’ll inform about these later.