Six Flags Great Escape has transformed into a chilling scream park for its annual Fright Fest during the Halloween season.
The park’s celebration is back for its 25th year and features new entertainment, enhanced scare zones and the brand-new Hell Block VI. The high energy event delivers an experience that will leave guests with goosebumps, officials said.
People can go to Thrills by Day at Boo Fest, with family-friendly activities on Saturdays and Sundays. At 5 p.m., there is Frights by Night.
The all-new Hell Block VI attraction, populated with terrifying prisoners, expands the Fright Fest experience with a fourth haunt location.
Guests at Six Flags Great Escape Lodge & Indoor Water Park can enjoy the lodge Boo Fest with themed activities for the entire family on Fridays and Saturdays in October.
At Hell Block VI, “dangerous monsters have escaped their cells after a prisoner revolt. Daring guests traverse the terrifying prison to reengage the security system and keep deranged prisoners from the outside world,” said a company news release. There are increased fog, sinister lighting, “blood-chilling sounds and creepy props.”
Scare zones feature n-park entertainment with frightful themed dances and shows.
Boo Fest theme park highlights include a kids 12 and under costume contest, monster mash interactive dance parties, a trick-or-treat trail and a Halloween-themed scavenger hunt, as well as a new hay maze, themed story time, and arts and crafts.
Lodge highlights on Fridays and Saturdays in October have a trick-or-treat trail, boo bingo, a scavenger hunt, arts and crafts, spooky fireside tales and a monster meet and greet.
Also, 2024 season passes are now available, officials said Pass holders can enjoy the rest of 2023 and all of 2024 with perks including unlimited visits, parking, discounts on food and merchandise all season long, skip-the-line passes and more. 2023 daily ticket holders can upgrade tickets to a season pass for only $19.99 during a visit.
For more information, visit sixflags.com/greatescape.