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Walk with the Walking Dead

The scariest, most intense Halloween event in Anaheim this season is taking place at Universal Studios Hollywood.  Leave it to the sick and twisted minds that create the most frightening films and television series, to present the most horrifying Halloween scare mazes, ever.

Halloween Horror Nights 2014 will invade the Universal Studios Park weekends in October, from 7pm to 2am. And with 80-years of terrifying movies under their belts, Universal Studios knows how to do terror. Walk into your most blood-curdling nightmares in this year’s More Dead Than Ever!

Universal Studios HollywoodYou’ll experience seven hair-raising mazes featuring the creepiest characters from The Walking Dead, Alien vs. Predator, From Dusk Till Dawn and other horrifying productions. Ride the Terror Train: Invaded by the Walking Dead. Plus they’ve created five scare zones featuring Dark Christmas, Mask-a-Raid, and of course the Walking Dead. The Universal Studios backlot will be alive (or dead?) with urban movie sets serving as the backdrop for more grisly mazes than ever.

If you are looking for a thrillingly macabre way to celebrate Halloween this fall, you won’t find a more authentic gruesome scene than this one. The park limits this chilling experience to those 13 and up, because its that ghoulish. Regular park admission does not include the Horror Nights experience.

SeaWorld San Antonio Gets Scary

SeaWorld San Antonio Marine Theme Park combines all the best of amusement parks thrills, marine life interactive exhibits, live entertainment, boardwalk games, shopping and dining into 250-acres of activities and adventures. Just when you thought it couldn’t possibly be any more fun… It is!

San Antonio is being invaded this October by zombies, carnival misfits, clown gangs, the undead, voodoo, vampires and every other urban legend you can imagine. SeaWorld presents Howl-O-Scream each Friday, Saturday and Sunday beginning at 7pm. And they promise it will be truly scary. In fact, they crank the scare factor up to such an intense level, they recommend only those 13 and up should be around for the terror.

SeaWorldHowl-O-Scream features ten ‘haunted’ mazes, like Frightmare Forest, where your worst dreams are coming true and corpse creepers emerge from everywhere. Plus, they will have several different ‘Terror-tories’ like Psycho Path, where the asylum mayhem has escaped to the outside, and Vampire Point, described as disturbing and grotesque.

Admission to Howl-O-Scream is included with your SeaWorld admission. So if you’re up for a good scare, visit San Antonio SeaWorld, and stick around for the insanity.

Audubon’s ‘Boo at the Zoo’ Offers Kid-Friendly Halloween Entertainment

Boo at the Zoo is an exciting Halloween event put on by the famous Audubon Zoo to help give kids and adults a safe and fun Halloween experience. This year, Boo at the Zoo will be held the 22nd, 23rd, 29th, and 30th of October for four full nights of Halloween adventures. Everyone is encouraged to dress up in his or her favorite costume to be a part of the fun. Trick-or-treating, a ghost train, a haunted house, and games with prizes are just a few of the special events going on at the zoo this year, so head to the zoo prepared for a great time!

If you plan to attend Boo at the Zoo, you may want to consider getting the Audubon Experience package. This package gives you admission to the Audubon Zoo, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, Audubon Insectarium, and a ticket to Audubon’s Entergy IMAX Theater. You have five days to visit each place one time, so you can spend several days enjoying the many activities in the package. It’s a great way to get all of your tickets without having to pay separately for each attraction.

Make sure that you don’t miss out on your chance to experience some of the southern heritage of New Orleans while you’re visiting. The All Day Plantation Tour will take you to three separate plantations where you can learn some of the history of plantation living. You will visit the Destrehan Plantation, San Francisco Plantation, and Houmas House with this exciting tour. Your tour also includes a delicious meal served with style at the San Francisco Plantation. It’s history, heritage, and a dining experience in one!