'Chamber of Terror' is a nautical nightmare

- Nautical spirits have returned to their rotting vessel.

The SS American Victory is hailed as one of only four fully-operational WWII ships in the country, and is living the rest of its life as museum ship in downtown Tampa. But during the month of October, your life is in the hands of the undead.

This haunted attraction is not for the faint of heart. If you dare, you will be lowered into the hull of the SS American Victory, called the “Chamber of Terror,” where evil creatures and soldiers lurk in the depths of the cargo hold.

The dark tale begins years after a series of crimes and murders. Captain Berwick and his henchman return with not-so-good intentions. You will enter their living quarters, wander through the corridors with lost souls, and attempt to avoid the undead crew members as you cross the weather deck. Throughout your dark adventure, you will witness for yourself the evil that Berwick and his crew inflicted on their victims.

Try not to become one of them.

Chamber of Terror at SS American Victory
Located at the working dock behind the Florida Aquarium
705 Channelside Drive
Tampa, FL 33602
Parking in the Channelside Parking Garage is recommended.

Website: www.chamberofterrorfl.com


 

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