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Scream Hollow Is Opening This Weekend!

12.09.2021 (9:55 pm) – Filed under: Haunted House Listings,Haunted House Opening Dates

Scream Hollow Halloween Park opens for the 2021 season this Friday, September 17. They are open Fridays and Saturdays from 7pm-midnight, and on Thursdays and Sundays from 7pm-10pm. They will be open on their opening weekend Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. There will be a Pitch Black event on the weekend following Halloween, November 5 and 6, from 7pm-Midnight.

Scream Hollow¬†features five main attractions, Mansion of Terror, Lost Pines Asylum, Wicked Darkness Maze, The Slaughterhouse 2, and the brand new Hell on Wheels hayride. You can drink alcohol at the Rabid Bat Vampire Bar, and at the Dragon’s Breath Tavern. Food is available at the Cackling Witch Cafe and Bakery. Merchandise can be found at Madame Tinker’s Magic Emporium. Another new attraction for 2021 is the Halloween History Museum, the only international Halloween history museum in the world.

The gates open at 7pm. Scream Hollow does not use time slots, so it’s first come, first serve. Wearing masks is optional this year. Credit cards, Apple Pay, and cash are accepted at all venues. You can buy tickets online here. The prices are very reasonable, and since there isn’t much difference between the cost of admission to one main attraction, and all five, I would get a ticket to see all five. The price for admission to the park, and one main attraction is $21.95 on Thursdays and Fridays, and $31.95 for the same, on Saturdays. The ticket for park admission, and admission to all five main attractions is $32.95 on Thursdays and Fridays, and $39.95 for the same on Saturdays. On Sundays, park admission and all five main attractions is $24.95. A Wolf Pack ticket gives park entry, and entry to the five main attractions to four people, for $119. Tickets for Pitch Black are $29.95 and grant park admission, plus admission to the five main attractions. There is a park admission only ticket, with no main attractions, for $6. Not a bad idea for people who go to the park a lot and want to eat and drink, but have already seen the haunted attractions as much as they want to.

Scream Hollow is one of the highest rated haunted parks in the world, and it’s in a great location, in the country to the southeast of Austin. Directions can be found here. I haven’t reviewed Scream Hollow yet (I hope to make it down there this year) but it looks like the kind of park that will take a full evening to appreciate. I recommend arriving as close to 7pm as possible so that you can see everything without rushing. One of the best things about haunt parks is taking time to look around, eat, drink, and shop.

 

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