SeaWorld of San Antonio will be celebrating 20 years of fear starting September 17th through October 31st. Guests will experience family friendly fun during the day but when the sun goes down, it’s a different park. At night, an intense horror-filled haunt is felt throughout the park and there’s nowhere to hide. You’ll encounter clowns, zombies, ghouls and other horrific surprises throughout the park.
New this year, SeaWorld introduces their all-new horror-filled house! If you’re brave enough to enter that is. SeaWorld is planning on releasing more details later on about this new attraction.
If it’s entertainment you’re searching for, then then you’ll have to check out “Monster Stomp!” at Nautilus Theater where you’ll see ghoulish dancing and gets guests involved in a murder mystery. There’ll be a live band, singers and dancing.
Some of you are asking what “Coaster Creep” is? Well guests can ride one of SeaWorld’s adrenaline producing roller coasters along with ghoulish friends… in the dark.
SeaWorld will have Scare Zones and Terror-tories along the park that can scare you from any direction.
Coming during the day? There’s the non-scary areas so that the little ones can have their own unique experience without being terrified for the years to come. Daytime attractions include the not-so-scary hay maze, dance party, a Halloween parade, in-park trick-or-treating and a pumpkin patch picnic. New this year is a Dia de los Muertos themed area that is both open during the day and at night. This area features the tradition that’s close to the hearts of locals.
This unique excitement and thrill will be opening up September 17th through October 31st on select nights. Visit SeaWorld.com/SanAntonio for more information.