Do you keep a Halloween countdown calendar on your desk? Do you binge scary movies? If so, you might enjoy the many haunted attractions in Orlando to explore.
Dark Horizons: Point of No Return is an Orlando newcomer that fear-hungry adventurers can visit from Oct. 4-Nov. 2. The Dark Horizons haunted attraction includes three haunted houses themed around Florida serial killers such as bloody Ed Watson and Mambo Cecile. If haunted houses aren’t your scene, there will also be live entertainment and spooky libations for those over 21. Due to the graphic, frightening nature of the haunted attraction, it is recommended that kids under 13 stay at home.
A Petrified Forest
A Petrified Forest in Altamonte Springs (just 20 minutes north of Orlando) is a highly awarded haunted attraction that features three unique haunted trails. While A Petrified Forest recommends that children under 12 are accompanied by an adult, the Orlando haunted attraction is hosting a less fearsome Kids Day on Oct. 12 with plenty of activities for the little ones like trick-or-treating, costume contests, and arts and crafts. Other events at A Petrified Forest include Special Needs Night for individuals with disabilities and Total Eclipse Night, where you will be given just a glow stick to light the way through the trails.
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