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Six Flags, Fright Fest
September 22, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Fright Fest, presented by SNICKERS®, is back for select days September 22-October 28 at Six Flags New England. It’s a spooky time of year as zombies and ghouls take over the park.
This year’s Fright Fest lineup is scarier than ever before with two NEW haunt attractions. The ALL-NEW Slaughter Hollow and Terror Tales in the Wicked Woods promise to deliver spine-chilling scares that can only be experienced at Six Flags New England.
From the moment guests enter the park, they are transported back in time to a colonial town called Slaughter Hollow. This once happy New England town is happy no more, as residents begin to turn up missing. There is something frightening in the air in Slaughter Hollow and the colonists are looking to claim their next victim…
The all-new Terror Tales in the Wicked Woods is a petrifying attraction that takes beloved childhood stories and twists them into everyone’s worst nightmares. Guests will traverse through deep woods and be greeted by sinister and sadistic fairy-tale fables that will have them screaming for a happily ever after.
The park will also showcase more than 20 other gut-wrenching attractions including Midnight Mansion, THE AFTERMATH: ZOMBIE’S REVENGE, and the horrifying Slasher Circus 3D. With over 20 chilling attractions and hundreds of roaming zombies and ghouls, guests will scream for their lives. Prepare for more scare than ever before!
For Thrills by Day, kids are invited to experience the park’s Trick-or-Treat trail and Halloween themed shows, rides and attractions throughout the day. Be warned, after 6:00 p.m., all HELL breaks loose and Fright Fest is not recommended for children 13 and under.
4 Survival Tips for Visiting Fright Fest With Kids
Kids can enjoy Fright Fest too – just bring them early for our daytime celebration. Throughout the daylight hours, we’ll host unique trick-or-treating experiences, costume contests, pumpkin patch photos, character meet-and-greets, and kiddie rides. Little ghouls under age 12 can even dress up in their favorite costume, but be sure it doesn’t cover their face and is comfortable enough for a day of rides and walking.
Kids will be safest in Kidzopolis, where there are a dozen pint-sized attractions designed just for them and not a fright in sight. Since young meat is fresher to the zombies, take the kids home before it gets dark. If you do find yourself wandering the park after dark, make sure you check the park map to avoid any zombie infestations.
Park admission to Fright Fest is included with your Season Pass or Membership.
Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.