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VIDEOS: Dark Horizon: Point of No Return now open in Orlando

by Brittani Tuttle

From the minds behind Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor comes a new haunt to the Orlando area – Dark Horizon: Point of No Return is now officially open.

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UPDATE – 10/26/19: Dark Horizon: Point of No Return has announced that the remaining Thursdays of the event (Oct. 24 and Oct. 31) have now been labeled as UCF College Nights. Students can get tickets for 40 percent off with the code ‘UCF40’.

A free shuttle service will be provided to transport students to and from the University of Central Florida (located at Nike) to Dark Horizon at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m., and will drop students back off at Nike at 10 p.m. and 12 a.m.

On Wednesday, Oct. 30, those in the service industry can purchase general admission tickets for $19 with the promo code ‘SERVICE’, and will need to show proof of industry badge at the box office.

On Halloween night, Oct. 31, Dark Horizon will celebrate the holiday with a costume contest, DJ, and activities. Guests can come in their best costume for the chance to win cash prizes. On Nov. 1, the event transforms for their Dia de Los Muertos celebration, where all the monsters of Dark Horizon will get a sugar skull makeover.


This year’s event features three haunted mazes, two entertainment stages, multiple immersive bars and more.

The opening ceremony for this year’s event featured the three main characters from each of the mazes, Bloody Ed Watson, Captain Killigrew and the Voudou Priestess, as they welcomed their victims to the event.

Once inside, guests can experience three mazes: Ghostship, Murder Island, and Voudou. You can watch each of the full mazes in our videos below:

Dark Horizon: Point of No Return is now open and will scare you to your limit until Nov. 2. General admission tickets start at $20 online with Happy Haunting Hour, Fast Fright, Evil Express, Ultimate Scream tickets and Storm Cellar R.I.P. Lounge keys available.

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To learn more, and to purchase tickets online, visit DarkHorizonOrlando.com.

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Jeff Tucker October 12, 2019 - 10:21 pm

Visited Dark Horizon on Saturday the 12th of October and was very disappointed. Came in about 15 minutes after dark 8pm and walked in with the Ariel show starting and it was ok crowd was into it got drinks at one of the bars and went into trying to watch the shows. Stayed till 10:10pm to see if it would pickup no such luck. No one went back onto any of the stages DJ none existant, and houses were subpar to say the least. Decent idea on setup but extremely poor execution actors makeup ok and they tried but it was so dead and not in a good way. Best part is if you want to drink you can get big bucket for 18 dollars. Unfortunately I could not drink enough to enjoy this site. I do not give bad reveiws this is o ly the second I have ever given so, I dont want anyone waisting money here.

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