We've covered Universal Studios Hollywood's Halloween Horror Nights and Knott's Berry Farm's Knott's Scary Farm, but there's one more well-established Halloween scare event at a local attraction — The Queen Mary's Dark Harbor.
Set at the permanently docked cruise ship in Long Beach (which once was controlled by Disney and provided the foundation of the design for what would become Tokyo DisneySea), Dark Harbor runs Thursday through Sunday nights through Nov. 1, plus Oct. 25, 31, and Nov. 1. General admission tickets start at $24.
From the Queen Mary's press release:
Swelter with fear in FEAST Maze, 4th maze onboard the ship, for a terrifying journey into the legend of Chef
Venture into the frozen depths of Chef’s Meat Locker for a unique 7-degree ice bar experience
Stumble upon the secret hidden sidebar inside one of Dark Harbor’s mazes for a one-of-a-kind experience
NEWLY-INTENSIFIED RETURNING MAZES:
INTREPID: Meet the mastermind, the creator and now the protector of the Queen Mary, Iron Master.
CIRCUS: Step right up as the Ringmaster startles with disorienting illusions, maniacal magic acts, and a cadre of sideshow freaks.
DEADRISE: Captain and the dark vessel’s crew have risen from the deep for a battle against the living.
SOULMATE: Escape the gloves of Graceful Gale as she feverishly searches for her eternal mate.
B340: Descend into the insidious mind of Samuel the Savage to face his worst nightmares.
LULLABY: Hush Hush don’t cry; Scary Mary is just looking for her next playmate
SIDESHOW: Step ‘backstage”, rub elbows with resident freaks, take in a show or a drink at the secret bar
CREEPY CABANAS: Host a private soiree, order a freak show, enjoy instant access to Sideshow & Swings
R.I.P. LOUNGE: Hover above Dark Harbor at the exclusive ghost-eye-view VIP bar with all-you-can-eat tacos
SINISTER SWINGS: Take a spin on the infamous Neverland Ranch Ride
MAINSTAGE: DJ spins between a variety of nightly entertainment shows, plus special guest performances.
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