For three consecutive years, The Horrorland has been rated South Florida’s most popular Halloween event, and now it returns this season with an even more terrifying and haunting experience.
Nightmares await at the all-new experience debuting on an unprecedented 18-acre park complete with devilish dens and lurid lairs that will prey upon your deepest phobias. The Horrorland Scream Park is a haunted walk-through attraction voted “Best and Most Original Halloween Attraction” in South Florida.
Created by the talented team behind Live305 Entertainment and Cirque Factory, the ghoulish masterminds of global shows, entertainment experiences, and events around the world, The Horrorland promises goose bumps, raised hairs, chills, shrills, and thrills that you will never forget. Are you ready to experience the biggest haunted house in Miami? This year’s frightening Halloween event is now open rain or shine on Thursdays, and Sundays from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays until October 31. The Scream Park is located at Jungle Island (1111 Parrot Jungle Trail), Miami.
This year’s haunting attractions include 8 haunted houses including outdoor scare zones, blood carnival games, horror art exhibitions, a fearful gift shop, and much more. The frightening fascinations include Stranger Devil House, Boneyard Farm, Clown Palooza, Voodoo Island,
The Vampire Circus Show, Insanity Playground, Apocalypse Maze, The Nun’s Revenge:
Additional scare zones that await…Fisherman Killer, Alice in Horrorland, Santa’s Death Wish, The 50’s Blood Diner, Toxic Expedition, Pumpkin Hell, Granny’s Basement.
Tickets start at $48.99, to access all attractions. Prices may vary on certain nights. The box office opens at 6 p.m. for ticket purchases. Tickets can also be pre-purchased at www.TheHorrorland.com where waivers can also be signed in advance. Not permitted: backpacks, bags or fanny packs, pets, weapons of any kind, costumes, or masks.
To keep customers and Horrorland ghouls safe, all COVID-19 precaution measures are carefully observed to ensure the health and safety of everyone.
The Horrorland manifests its commitment to inclusion and respect for all and will help raise awareness and funds to support The Trevor Project’s efforts to end suicide among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQQ) youth.