ONE of Oxford’s tourist attractions has been turned into a house of horrors for a weekend of fun.

The Story Museum in Pembroke Street has been taken over by teenagers from Witney and Didcot and will be transformed into a Victorian asylum tonight.

Tourists Ellie Pike and Charlote Lombard, both 15, pictured, scared each other senseless touring the transformed museum on Wednesday.

Marketing officer David Gibb said: “The idea behind it is that it’s an event for teens by teens.

“It was really important to get young people involved.”

The 24-year-old added: “The Story Museum is a great place to transform into a dystopian world.”

During the evening there will be a murder mystery where visitors will walk between rooms, trying to discover who is the murderer.

Members of improvisational group the Oxford Imps will be performing the parts for visitors.

Tomorrow and Sunday night the museum will be turned into a “dystopian future” based on the novels Divergent and The Hunger Games respectively.

Tickets for entry between 11am-4pm cost £7.50 tomorrow and Sunday.

To tour the Victorian Asylum tonight between 5-8pm costs £4.

To book tickets email or call 01865 790050.