LANCASTER, Pa. — Spooky season is taking over Dutch Wonderland in Lancaster County.
Starting Saturday, the amusement park will host its annual Happy Hauntings Halloween event.
Every weekend in October, Dutch Wonderland welcomes families to experience the park's transformation into all-things Halloween. From night-rides on their Kingdom Coaster (Roller Ghoster) and Flying Trapeze (Witches Whirl), to food and drinks given an all-new seasonal twist, the park said that guests can expect frightening fun.
New this year, the Dutch Wonderland royal divers will put on the first-ever Halloween production at the Aqua Stadium. This unique dive show will run every day of the Happy Haunting and will tell the story of friends braving crazy, anxious trolls to find a bountiful treasure.
“We know how much our guests love Dutch Wonderland’s Dive Shows, so offering a Happy Hauntings show for the first time ever is a real treat,” said General Manager James Paulding. “This one is special and a bit silly, too, taking advantage of the most fun elements of Halloween. We think our guests will really love it.”
Happy Hauntings will open on Saturdays and Sundays from 1-8 p.m. through the month of October.
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Dutch Wonderland said the best-value is grabbing a 2023 season pass, which will give you unlimited access to Happy Hauntings and Dutch Wonderland for the remainder of this and next year.