A quick look at three frightful attractions sure to make your heart race.
Knott’s Halloween Haunt
Bring a change of underpants for the world’s first, largest and longest running Halloween event. Returning with new mazes, new shows and a new scare zone, Knott’s Halloween Haunt continues to be the leader in theme park Halloween events. Terrorizingly titillating, it has 13 intense mazes, seven hair-raising shows, four horrific scare zones and a thousand spooky monsters roaming throughout the entire park.
|Queen Mary Dark Harbor
The Queen Mary launches its annual Halloween event for October, guaranteeing to scare your socks off. The historic ocean-liner-turned-floating hotel offers six mazes that take “fright night” to a new level. The event guarantees “45,000 scares per hour, 160 monsters, and 20-foot tall flames,” awaiting your arrival. (Photo courtesy of the Queen Mary)
|Los Angeles Hay Ride
The Los Angeles Haunted Hayride comes back for its third Halloween scare-season. The ride lets fright fans enjoy their scares in the open air. Climb aboard a tractor-pulled trailer that winds its way through woods haunted by monsters of every size and shape, and prepare for the scare of your life. (Photo courtesy of the Los Angeles Hay ride)
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