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Top Five Things To Know Before You Go: Halloween Haunt

Chris Foshee

I bless the rains down in Africa - adjacent to Prowler. 

Communications & social media manager at Worlds of Fun - @ChrisFoshee on Twitter

The fog has rolled in. Darkness has fallen. Fear has risen. Another season of fright is upon us. Halloween Haunt is here.

To get you and your friends geared up for the largest Halloween event in the Midwest and our 13 extreme haunted attractions, we’ve conjured up the top five things you need to know before exploring our “scream” park in 2018.

Khaos Unleased – New Haunted Maze

Prepare yourself for an experience like no other inside Khaos Unleashed, our newest haunted maze. Your senses are challenged as you try to navigate through the never-ending twists, turns and warps of an alternate reality. By perfectly combining the state-of-the-art effects, confusing illusions and a cast of shifty monsters – this maze packs an explosion of sensory deception.

 

 

Chamber of Horror: Condemned

A fan favorite is back with an all-new spin for the 2018 season. Your party will be issued a flashlight as you begin a journey into pure darkness. A mysterious fire ripped through the halls of our beloved wax museum, and the remains of ghastly oddities and macabre surprises lurk around every corner, making it nearly impossible to navigate without making a few new “friends.”

 

Skeleton Crew & Live Shows

The Skeleton Crew is back by popular demand for another year of high-flying, acrobatic action. Packed with new stunts, performances and surprises - this is one show that that will surely get your pulse pumping. Be sure catch this bone chilling show located near the entrance of Worlds of Fun at 8:00, 9:00 and 10:00 p.m. every night.

Skeleton Crew at Worlds of Fun

For more live entertainment and showtimes, click here.

No Boo

Halloween haunt Worlds of FunFor our scaredy-cats who want to visit, but can’t handle the non-stop scares from over 400 monsters - we have No-Boo Necklaces. While sporting this purple, illuminated bat – you’ll be able to enjoy your night at Halloween Haunt while keeping monsters at arm’s length. This means that while you’re wearing the necklace, our monsters will do their best to not jump out and scare you.

You can get your No-Boo Necklace online for just $10. They are also sold at most retail locations. Please note, these do no work inside our haunted mazes.

Fright Lane Passes

If you’re looking for the ultimate Halloween Haunt experience, consider adding a Fright Lane Pass to your admission. A Fright Lane Pass allows you to skip the normal wait for all of our mazes and can be used once per maze – giving you more fright for your night. Fright Lane entrances are marked at each location. Keep in mind, a limited amount of these passes are sold each night, so we recommend you buy early.

This year’s Halloween Haunt is not to be missed. With our new haunted attractions, new themed shows, 13 extreme haunts and over 500 monsters waiting to feed off your screams – all you fear is here!

Halloween Haunt is held Friday and Saturday nights through October 27 with the twisted festivities kicking off around 6:30 p.m. This event is not recommended for children under 14.

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Chris Foshee

I bless the rains down in Africa - adjacent to Prowler. 

Communications & social media manager at Worlds of Fun - @ChrisFoshee on Twitter

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