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  1. The Horrorland
    Photograph: Courtesy The Horrorland
  2. The Horrorland
    Photograph: Courtesy the Horrorland

Time Out says

One of the pandemic's most popular drive-through haunted houses returns as a walk-through experience that promises even more frightening adventures.

Back for its third year, The Horrorland debuts an 18-acre park with multiple scare zones, eight haunted houses, creepy carnival games and horror art exhibitions. There's also a Vampire Circus where bendy bloodsuckers perform acrobatic feats, a Clown Palooza filled with freakish characters, something called the Nun's Revenge and much more. Basically, monsters, ghosts, zombies and all kinds of frightening creatures will jump up when you least expect it as you make your way through every themed passage, house and zone. 

Food and drinks will be available for purchase at Horrorland Scream Park an advanced ticket purchase is also encouraged—the dead don’t like it when you show up unannounced.

The Horrorland runs Thursday through Sunday, from September 23 through October 31, and takes place The Scream Park located inside Jungle Island. Tickets start at $49. It’s a family-friendly attraction but visitors must be at least 13 years old to enter. 

Virginia Gil
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Virginia Gil


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