Just got my latest Cedar Point email update:
All You Fear… Is Here! HalloWeekends Begin Friday!
HalloWeekends, our annual Halloween event full of frights and family-friendly delights, begins this Friday, September 16 and this year, we’re giving you two new reasons to scream!
New for 2011 is Blood on the Bayou, where nightmares live in the shadows, gruesome terrors freeze your blood and the dead walk, searching for new prey.
Also new this year is Maniacal Mechanical Screamworks. Journey into science fiction past and future to explore a sinister, steamy subculture that never was, but might have been.
For more information on these and our eight other terrifying attractions, visit our HalloWeekends website.
If frights aren’t for you, we have lots of great family-friendly activities including FOUR new floats in our Monster Midway Invasion Celebration Parade! Check out a full listing of family activities on our website.
Buy Online and Save
Find great ticket deals for Halloweekends online including a four-pack, saving you over $10 per ticket, and our pay once – visit twice deal, saving you over $20 on two visits.
Fine Dining with the Dearly Departed
Are you looking for a one-of-a-kind fine dining experience? Join us for Boeckling’s Banquet where you will enjoy a delicious meal with the creepy characters of the Eerie Estate. Reservations are still available for this weekend. Call 419-627-2242 to make your reservation and find more information on our website.
A V.I.P. Experience Sure to Make you Scream
This year, we’re offering Zombie Tours, a V.I.P. tour taking you to the front of the line of SIX of our haunted attractions. This exclusive tour is the best way to experience all of the fears and frights our haunted attractions have to offer. Tours depart nightly during HalloWeekends. To book your tour, call 419-627-2242 and visit our website for more information.
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