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Scariest Halloween Experience in South Florida: The Horrorland

Updated: Oct 21, 2023

If spooky season is your vibe and you're a fan of horror experiences that will leave you feeling like you're truly fearing for your life, then read on cause we have the scariest halloween experience right her in South Florida.

This year’s Horrorland experience will expand to include 8 scare zones, 10 chilling “terror-tories,” and 5 new haunts with everything being family-friendly. This year, a variety of new mazes has been created for the fearless, with spooky creatures lurking to frighten even the bravest souls. Get ready for extra turns and wicked surprises that are sure to make Halloween nights truly chilling experiences.

“There was a lot of thought put into creating this year’s event, and it’s going to make for a more terrifying experience,” said CEO and Director of Live305 Entertainment Francisco Santos.

“It’s very exhilarating to walk down dark trails knowing ghoulish, scary creatures lurk to prey on the unsuspecting. That fascination of the unknown is what Horrorland is all about."

terrifying clown reaching for the camera

Visitors are encouraged to take a breather at the Cemetery Bar located on Creepy Beach. Here, you can join fellow horror lovers indulging in delicious cocktails, enjoying fantastic music, and your favorite dishes.

When you're ready for more, head over to La Muerte Plaza. This is a special tribute to Dia De Los Muertos with puppet displays using puppets from the official Dia De Los Muertos Parade in Fort Lauderdale – puppets who survived massive flooding and bring the day of the dead to life! The puppets were made by famed puppet designer, Jim Hammond, who has worked with some of the largest national companies and events over the last few decades.

event flyer with circus tents and terrifying clowns

Located at 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Miami, The Horrorland is the largest, most popular event of its kind in South Florida, and is a family-friendly event recommended for visitors 10 years and older. Waivers must be signed in advance and tickets start at $48.99 and vary in price by night. There is also a fast-pass ticket option available that allows guests to breeze by waiting lines. The box office opens at 6 p.m. for ticket purchases. Tickets can also be pre-purchased at and waivers can also be signed in advance. Backpacks, bags, fanny packs, pets, weapons of any kind, costumes, or masks are not permitted when entering.

For any additional questions regarding tickets, email Visit for more information. For inquiries on the Grand Opening, group tours, or reservations, visit

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