If you click on the links in this post, we may earn money from the companies mentioned in this post, at no extra cost to you. You can read the full disclaimer here.
Busch Gardens Williamsburg is celebrating 20 years of frights and fears with a new Era of Terror with more scares than ever. The Park turns into a seriously scary place at 6pm. There will be new frights you will not want to miss. Experience unimaginable scares.
Highlights of Howl-O-Scream include:
- Demented Dimensions opens up a world where humans are hunted by monsters, where aliens are in control and ancient evils live once more.
- The Vault: XX has Howl-O-Scream’s favorite creatures of the night locked up in one location. The Executioner from Dark Tower, the Mummy from Curse of Pompeii, Private Captain Ghost from Sea Dog Cemetery, Little Dead Riding Hood from Deadtime Stories and the Werewolf from Hunted are all here. Do you dare to enter the Vault?
- Frostbite is a macabre icy grave. You’ll be exposed to a fog shrouded graveyard and a creepy cavern filled with frigid creatures. The ice has teeth and the frost bites big time.
- Circo Sinistro is not of this world and not of this time. What you see you will soon be.
- Lumberhack is where undead lumberjacks lie waiting for the unsuspected to come into their den of the damned.
- Garden of the Souls is where the dead roam free and they’d love to show you what waits in the afterlife.
- Ripper Row has a murderer on the loose. Keep your head down and your wits about you if you want to make it out alive.
- Sideshow Square is full of haunts, curiosities and plenty of scares. Step right up to the Big Top if you dare.
- Vampire Point is the perfect destination for bloodsuckers. Try to escape the village before the vampires sink their fangs into you.
There are more haunted houses, mazes, scare zones, experiences and devilish shows. If you love being spooked you will definitely love Howl-O-Scream.
This takes place on select days in September and October and is included in your admission and you can get discounted admission here.