Busch Gardens Europe reveals 2007 Howl-O-Scream plans
Written by Robert Niles
News today from Busch Gardens Europe, in Williamsburg, Virginia:Tweet
The park announced the line-up for this year's Howl-O-Scream (wiki updated with information from the Busch press release).
The park is adding two mazes and a scare zone in a new village, "The NeverAfter," designed for visitors age 17 and up. The village is themed to fairy tales from the Brothers Grimm, with macabre twists.
Also, the park announced that it is selling 2008 season passes, which can be used for the remainder of 2007, using its EZPay system. That allows visitors buy their pass by making monthly payments over 12 months, instead of paying the full price upfront. There are no interest charges. Passes are available online at buschgardens.com/va, or by calling 1-800-772-8886.
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