Vote of the week: Which is your favorite theme park Halloween event?*
Written by Robert Niles
It might be hard to believe for some us, but in late August, we're just a month away from the start of theme parks' big, hard-ticket, after-hours Halloween events.Tweet
Which one is the one you're most looking forward to this year? That's our vote of the week.
Of course, these are not the only Halloween events at theme parks. Six Flags has its Fright Fest event at its parks, Cedar Point will open for Halloweekends, Busch Gardens in Williamsburg has its version of Howl-O-Scream, and SeaWorld, Legoland and Disneyland will offer their own, more kid-friendly, events.
But those are typically included with regular, daytime park admission. I've selected the top five after-hours events, which require separate tickets to attend. Four of them are aimed at grown-ups (or at least teens and above); Disney's, as one might expect, is a kids-'n-parents affair.
Tell us, in the comments, why you picked the one the picked.
*Update: Yeah, the headline asks a very different question than the poll does. Robert FAIL... again.
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