We brought you the many haunted houses coming to Busch Gardens’ Howl-O-Scream. Today we’re heading inside the scare zones for even more screams. Here are the top scare zones at this year’s event:
Brand new to this year’s Howl-O-Scream, First Fear brings the horrors of Howl-O-Scream’s past to greet you. This scare zones walks guests through 20 years of horror as the dead are brought back to life in a horrifying new way.
Also new to this year’s event is the scare zone Little Nightmares. Your worst nightmares as a kid are conjured up in this creepy scare zone. Walk past paper mâché masks and homemade costumes that are sure to bring you back terrifying memories.
The final new scare zone at Howl-O-Scream is Carpe Noctem and takes guests inside a gothic Romanian cemetery where you’ll hear the joyful screams of vampires and sobs of their victims.
You’ll never want to camp again after a walk-through Camp DOA. Murderous mutants have taken over a peaceful campground and they’re snatching campers from their peaceful dreams and into a living nightmare.
Dia De Los Muertos
While not as terrifying as some of the other scare zones, Día De Los Muertos will have you dancing the night away as you remember those who have gone before you. Featuring face painters, traditional tastes of Mexico, performers and more, this zone is a must visit.
It’s known as Howl-O-Scream’s most frightening scare zone. The Meat Market puts guests in the center of a disgusting assault by cannibal creatures gorging on human parts. Good luck not gagging through this one.
Busch Gardens’ Howl-O-Scream kicks off September 20 and runs through November 2.