Dark Horizon: Point of No Return has announced its lineup of haunted houses and attractions for its debut in Orlando, Fla.
From Oct. 4 – Nov. 2, 2019, this West Coast-style haunt will bring three haunted houses, two live entertainment stages, multiple immersive bars, private party Bootlegger Bungalos, and more.
Similar to one of the late 1700s pirate ports in modern-day Florida, this zone features the Bootlegger Bunaglos, Walk the Plank Pub & Pier, Siren Stage, Dark Horizon Gift Shop, Shark Bites, and the entrance to the Marketplace and Panic! 4-D Maze Experience.
The Port is also home to the haunted house, Ghostship, a disease-ridden, loot-filled vessel set adrift on the high seas. This ship is filled with decaying seamen ready to wreak havoc in Dark Horizon’s Port. Will you survive the night, or will Captain Killigrew, the most feared female pirate in history, teach you that dead men tell no tales?
Escape from one of Florida’s first serial killers, Edgar “Bloody” Watson in the haunted house called “Murder Island,” located in The Glades zone. Known as a hotbed for murderers and bizarre tales, thrill-seekers will come face-to-face with the horrors that shrouded the 10,000 islands in the late 1800s, turning it into a shallow grave for at least 57 of Bloody Watson’s sugar cane workers.
In The Glades, guests will find the haunted house, the VIP Storm Cellar, Outpost Pub and Gator Grub.
Here, you’ll find the Sacred Circle Stage and Shelter Patio. This area is under the enchantment of Mambo Cècile and features the haunted house called “Vodou.” The high priestess has awakened the ancient Loa Agwe, spirit of the water, so tread lightly through the bog to the underworld Volikan.
For guests looking for a more upscale experience, Dark Horizon will offer an air-conditioned R.I.P. Lounge, called the Storm Cellar – and it’s accessed only by a key. The experience includes two complimentary cocktails and access to a premium full bar with moonshine tastings. The key must be used in combination with an event admission ticket, and is for guests ages 21 and older.
Want to skip the lines? Pick up a Fast Fright Ticket, starting at $74 per person, or get nearly instant entry with an Evil Express Ticket (starting at $94 per person). If you want the ultimate V.I.P. experience, spring for the Ultimate Scream Ticket, which includes a privately-guided and curated experience on select nights. Ultimate Scream Tickets are extremely limited, and Fast Fright and Evil Express Tickets are limited nightly and prices vary depending on the date.
Dark Horizon: Point of No Return will open its doors on Oct. 4, and will continue scaring guests until Nov. 2. General admission starts at $20 online, and Happy Haunting Hour, Fast Fright, Evil Express, Ultimate Scream and Storm Cellar R.I.P. lounge keys are available.
For more information, and to purchase your tickets, visit DarkHorizonOrlando.com.