Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom will debut a gruesome new maze this fall when its Halloween Haunt nighttime event opens for its 10th season on Friday, September 15th, 2017. Haunt will feature seven mazes, four scare zones, three live shows, 25 rides and more than 500 costumed creatures throughout the park, ready to scare visitors over the age of 13. The Great Pumpkin Fest also returns to Dorney Park, opening on Saturday, September 16th, providing a family-friendly daytime Halloween experience featuring the classic PEANUTS™ characters.
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The park’s new Haunt maze, Tourist Trap, is themed after a ramshackle hotel run by a morbid collector of the macabre. Tourist Trap will take guests back in time to the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago where they will witness the horrendous fate of patrons who checked in and soon after disappeared; scenes of terror and torture will shock guests during their twisted travels through a variety of hidden rooms.
Dorney Park allows guests to experience more fear during Haunt with the Fright & Fast Lane Pass including Skeleton Key. This premium add-on experience includes priority access to eight mazes and attractions and features more intense and interactive scares in seven Skeleton Key attractions. In addition, the pass allows priority boarding on all Fast Lane rides and attractions. Dorney Park will feature five new Skeleton Key experiences in 2017, including an immersive stereophonic experience at Tourist Trap and an experiment in fear at Blackout where you take control of the maze experience of other guests. Fright & Fast Lane with Skeleton Key is available online or at the park for as low as $40.00* per person. Guests who want to join their friends, but want to have a scare free night will be able to purchase a No Boo Necklace for $10.00* to let monsters know to keep away. For more information about Halloween Haunt or to purchase tickets, please visit www.dorneypark.com/play/haunt and share your terrifying photos with us using #DPHaunt.