It seems as though Central Florida residents (and tourists, of course) have a new way to get into the Halloween spirit.
Halloween may be a few months away, but it already seems to be on many minds. With the recently announced cancellations of this year’s Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Parties and Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights, you may be wondering how you can indulge in a little spooky fun.
This fall you’ll be able to enjoy all the thrills and chills of the season from the safety of your own car! According to Orlando Weekly, the “Haunted Road” is an immersive and contactless drive-thru Halloween experience. This way, you’ll be able to enjoy your holiday hi-jinx while still maintaining social distancing.
The “Haunted Road” will allow guests to drive their cars through theatrical scenes and experience fresh terrors throughout their journey. A family-friendly version will also be available in the daytime and on select weekends.
Dates for this event are still to be determined, but it is likely to run from the end of September through the end of October. Admission will start at $15 per person. Visit the event website for updates.
What do you think of this frightfully fun new addition to the Halloween season? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section.
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