With Halloween haunts alive and kicking this year at theme parks across the U.S., “Boo” at Six Flags America near Washington D.C. offers a new family-friendly daytime alternative to the park’s Fright Fest after-dark event.
According to Six Flags America’s Marketing & Public Relations Manager Joseph Pudlick, the new kid-centric event on weekends through Oct. 31, 2021, will be exclusively at Six Flags America. The daytime activities include a character meet-and-greet in Looney Tunes Spooky Town, a walk-through Whistlestop Corn Maze, kids’ Halloween crafts at Gotham City Gifts (for an additional fee), and a Trick-Or-Treat Trail from 2-6 p.m.
“Boo” also features a family-friendly magic show starring award-winning magician and Las Vegas headliner Aaron Radatz, a high-energy performance by The Boo Man Crew, and “Spooky Mooky Mayhem,” a spooktacular dance party with the Looney Tunes characters.
“Boo” Halloween twists on Six Flags America’s attractions:
- Ghost Town Riders – Let the monster inside of you take the wheel for a screaming good time on the Bumper Cars.
- Freaky Freeway – Take a spin back in time for a drive through graveyards, crypts, and creatures on the Great Race.
- Terror on the High Seas – Set sail on a rip-roaring voyage on the High Seas.
- Terror Twist – Scream, Spin, and Scare on a wild Tea Cups ride to drive you mad.
- Wonder Woman Lasso of Truth – Experience the swing ride that spins in a 98-foot circle at speeds of 40 miles per hour atop a 24-story tower — then experience it backward.
“Boo” at Six Flags America takes place on Saturdays and Sundays through Oct. 31, 2021, from noon to 6 p.m. Plus, on Oct. 11, 2021 (Columbus Day), from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Children ages 12 and under may wear family-friendly costumes in the park. Masks are not permitted.
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