The area’s premiere Halloween Amusement Park returns with a vengeance promising to be the largest haunted house in South Florida, including acres of shriek inducing rides, circus acts, the hottest musical acts, and fun for guests of all ages.
Be prepared as night falls in October, the House of Horror will bring the dead and unimaginable to life. HOH offers 25-plus bone-chilling scenes inside its fully stateof- the-art haunted house, complete with more than 20 gruesome characters that lurk in the dark.
After surviving the terrifying house, park guests can enjoy lots of rip-roaring rides and feast on carnival favorites. House of Horror is challenging its guests to brave the Pig Butcher, survive the Vampire’s Lair, escape the walking dead in the graveyard, and hold on to their stomachs as they whip around its creaking roller coaster.
“House of Horror 2010 promises more exhilarating attractions than ever before,” said Nelson Albareda, HOH’s executive producer. “The thrills are bigger and better as HOH brings entertainment to South Florida during the Halloween season.
“House of Horror provides families value by providing amusement at an affordable price and a safe environment to celebrate the Halloween festivities and get into the holiday’s festive spirit,” he added.
House of Horror Amusement Park’s hours of operation are: Monday-Friday, 6 p.m. to midnight; Saturdays and Sundays from 5 p.m. to midnight. The Haunted House will open at sundown. Park admission is $22 for adults and $15 for children (ages 9 and under) and includes unlimited rides. Parking is free and is available near HOH on the east side of Miami International Mall. Miami International Mall is located off SR 836 and NW 107th Avenue.
House of Horror Amusement Park is a member of the International Association of Haunted Attractions and the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions. For more information call 305- 639-6000 or visit online at www.houseofhorrorpark.com.