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Canada’s Wonderland unveils The Crypt, Wicked Hollow and Vampire Disco at Halloween Haunt

Grace Peacock

Director of Communications,

Canada's Wonderland

Twitter: @GracePeacock

Halloween will soon be upon us, and the monsters at Canada’s Wonderland are dying to be let loose on our unsuspecting guests. Halloween Haunt returns for 14 terrifying nights beginning Sept. 29. From 7pm to midnight on select nights (including Halloween!) guests will find all kinds of thrills among hundreds of monsters, nine haunted mazes, three sinister live shows and six spine-chilling scare zones.

We hope you’re brave enough to try our new haunted attractions:

THE CRYPT – This maze takes you into the darkness of an underground catacomb, filled with the bones of the long forgotten. Take a wrong turn, and you may find yourself drawn into mysterious vaults where the supernatural efforts of a cult are bringing the dead back to life. (Find it in Medieval Faire across from The Rage)

WICKED HOLLOW – Venture into this scare zone and you’ll find yourself in a cursed forest where evil spell-wielding fairies and gnomes roam. Be mindful of your path or you’ll fall victim to their cruel magic and sorcery. (Find it by Skyhawk)

VAMPIRE DISCO - Our vampire DJs will get the music and your blood pumping in this high-energy musical performance. You’re the show, with wireless headphones, in a party only the dancers can hear. Grab a pair and enter the mesmerizing world of the Vampire Disco! (Find it in Medieval Faire, across from Nightmares. Show time is 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.)

And be sure to check out our returning attractions!

Mazes: Blackout, Blood Shed, Code Red, Cornstalkers, Forest of Fear, Sci-Fi House, Spirit Manor and The Ruins.

Scare Zones: CarnEvil, Ghostly Pines, The Graveyard, The Plague and Trick or Treat.

Live Shows:

Devil’s Circus - The Devil’s Circus has taken over with demons and freaks alike, displaying frightening and fiery feats of athleticism and acrobatics, and they are not taking pity on anyone. (Find it in Action Zone near Coasters Restaurant. Show times are 8:30 p.m., 10 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.)

Sinner’s Lounge - Only certain freakish creatures can morph and contort their bodies in the most unfathomable ways. Join the frightful performance at the Sinner’s Lounge, where you will be entertained by feats of balance and athleticism that is rare to see. (Find it in Wonderland Theatre. Show times are 8 p.m., 9:30 p.m. and 11 p.m.)

Tickets for Halloween Haunt are available here.

Happy Haunting!

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Canada's Wonderland

Twitter: @GracePeacock

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