It may only be August, but it might as well be Halloween as far as we're concerned; if you're anything like us, you're probably already planning to hit up Howl-O-Scream throughout the spooky season. As if we needed another reason to go, a new haunted house experience is coming to Busch Garden's Howl-O-Scream this year.
The new haunted house experience will put you in the home of the Clark Family - what appears to be a normal and pristine suburban family home hides domestic demons and unseen horrors within its walls. Will you dare open the door?
Once you enter, you may never find your way out - maybe the white picket fence was made to keep people in instead of out? The new experience is not for the faint of heart as you wander the halls of The Residence in search of an escape, hoping not to become the next sinister sacrifice for their extreme devotion.
Other new and exciting scare experiences will also pop-up at Howl-O-Scream's Scare Zone, including the gothic cemetery of Carpe Noctem, a disturbing walk down memory lane full of creepy paper-mache masks and homemade costumes at Little Nightmares, or relive history with the new First Fear experience, featuring old haunts from the past 20 years of fears at Howl-O-Scream.
Howl-O-Scream will be at Busch Gardens Tampa for its 20th year running every weekend starting September 20th - November 2nd for 22 nights of screams, scares, and haunts that will leave you on the edge of your seat.
Single-day tickets are available for $39.99, or you can test your bravery at all 22 nights for only $79.99.
To purchase tickets or for more information about Howl-o-Scream and this year's haunts, checkout Busch Garden's website here.
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