ATLANTA CityPASS: This Halloween, Fernbank Museum of Natural History invites guests to experience the darker mysteries of the forest as ghostly spirits begin to appear in the shadows at the Woodland Spirits. In this outdoor experience, guests will encounter dozens of ghostly visitors who inhabit the shadows and lurk in the far reaches of WildWoods and Fernbank Forest. Guests are encouraged to stay aware, as the apparitions and ethereal spirits lurk around – up in the trees, deep in the vistas and even in plain sight. There will also be Ghostly Gatherings every Sunday in October. Admission is included with purchase of an Atlanta CityPASS.
DENVER CityPASS: This October, many Denver CityPASS attractions will have unique events for thrill seeker. Wind your way through seven acres of corn maze at the Denver Botanic Gardens or have a Spooktacular time at the Downtown Aquarium where kids can explore Halloween Kids Fest which is full of spooky games, creepy prizes, wicked costume contest and crafts. Admission is included with purchase of a Denver CityPASS.
HOUSTON CityPASS: One of Houston’s top attractions will host Zoo Boo, a family-friendly event where visitors can wear their favorite Halloween costume and participate in exclusive Halloween-themed activities such as the Whataburger Pumpkin Patch, Monster Mural, a Spooky Stamp Station, plenty of photo ops, a “Meet the Keeper Talks” presented by Phillips 66, a DJ, and Candy Corn Maze stations. Admission is included with purchase of a Houston CityPASS.
NEW YORK CITY CityPASS: The American Museum of Natural History will celebrate Halloween on Oct. 26, 2019 with a magical event for all family members. Featuring trick-or-treating, arts and crafts, fun with cartoon characters, and live performances, visitors of all ages can put their costume on and enjoy this special event. Admission is included with the purchase of a New York City CityPASS.
PHILADELPHIA CityPASS: Eastern State Penitentiary, consistently ranked among the top haunted attractions in the nation, is a massive, castle-like building with tons of frightening history. This Halloween, Terror Behind the Walls is adding interactive experiences, bringing up-close and personal encounters from the moment visitors step through the front gate until they make their way through all six attractions – it is said to be the attraction’s scariest experience ever! For those who choose the interactive option, they will find themselves pulled down dark passageways and isolated from their group at times. General admission to Eastern State Penitentiary is included with the purchase of a Philadelphia CityPASS; admission to Terror Behind the Walls is ticketed separately and is not included in the CityPASS booklet.
SAN FRANCISCO CityPASS: California Academy Of Sciences will host its annual Halloween fundraiser, SuperNatural, allowing families to wear their favorite costume and explore the academy at night time. Visitors can join for a ghoulishly good time with their scientists, specimens and 40,000 live animals. Admission is included with the purchase of a San Francisco CityPASS.
SEATTLE CityPASS: Younger visitors will enjoy the Woodland Park Zoo’s Pumpkin Bash. At the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) even the brave will get scared during Fashionably Undead 9. Back again this year, the event will feature a new experiment in terror. Admission may be ticketed separately and is not included in the CityPASS.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CityPASS: SeaWorld San Diego will host SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular featuring a hilarious sea lion and otter show, costume dance party, a toe-tapping Sesame, street-themed parade and trick-or-treat. In addition, the Fall Festival at the Waterfront will include some new features in 2019 such as: a new special map kids can use to find animal-themed pumpkins throughout the park, plus pumpkin pie and s’mores-flavored ice cream sandwiches, a hay maze, wine and seasonal beers. More events for the whole family to celebrated Halloween in San Diego Sea World such as: Treats, treats and more treats, dress up and dance, Who doesn’t love a parade?, Clyde, Seamore and their old pad O.P Otter, Manta Madness and Día de los Muertos, all these themed Halloween events are waiting at the Sea World this October. Also, kids have free admission in October, the Sea World offers one child from 3 to 9, free admission with one full-paid adult admission.
More Halloween experiences that visitors can enjoy and make the most out of it thanks to the CityPASS booklets. Universal Studios Hollywood presents their Halloween Horror Nights, the most intense, spine-tingling event to besiege Southern California, scares zones, murderous monsters, unimaginable horrors are awaiting visitors to have a remarkable Halloween.
Legoland California Resort offers an incredible experience for Halloween, Stay the Night for the Ultimate Not-Too-Spooky Sleepover, a Halloween vacation. In addition, one of the resort signatures for Halloween their Brick-or-Treat Party Nights are back with more live performances and shows, character Meet and Greets, Costume Contest presented by Disguise, Treat stations with more than 1 million pieces of candy, The AstroBash Dance Party, Brick-or-Treat Party Nights Pop Badge Challenge, and more. Admission may be ticketed separately and is not included in the CityPASS booklet.
TAMPA BAY CityPASS: ZooTampa will host Creatures of the Night – allowing the zoo to stay open at night each Friday and Saturday starting on Oct. 4 and through Oct. 26. A colorful cast of mystical characters, fearsome animals, and immersive Halloween adventure zones take over to provide eerie frights for the whole family. And this year the event is bringing two new scare zones, Twisted Tale Trail and Rising Waters. Also, special zoo creatures will be out with animal ambassadors educating visitors on animal conservation. Admission is included with purchase of Tampa Bay CityPASS.
TORONTO CityPASS: Casa Loma hosts one of Toronto’s spookiest Halloween event: Legends of Horror. An immersive theatrical interpretation of all the classic horror figures, this hour-long tour takes guests through castles tunnels and dark spaces never before open to the public. Admission is included with purchase of the Toronto CityPASS.
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