The 2015 Global Meeting and Event Trends Report by AMEX identified the trend toward using unique venues like theme parks for meetings and corporate events. With haunted houses always a popular amusement park attraction, Halloween is an ideal time to hold events at theme parks. Many amusement parks have special a Halloween programming to end their season.
Canada's Wonderland (Toronto)
Located just North of Toronto and easily accessible East of Highway 400, in the weeks leading up to Halloween, Canada's Wonderland offers Halloween Haunt with fun by day and fright by night. For Halloween, the 300 acre site has haunted mazes special attractions including a vampire castle, a spooky farm with a ghoulish barn and bales of hay with hidden scary critters and Pirates Adventure. Halloween treats are hidden in every nook and cranny of the park, and monsters are on the prowl.
A Grilling Station and Courtyard Group Catering Facility ensures that groups large and small have their needs met. Full audio-visual support is provided.
Halloween Horror Nights, Universal Studios (Orlando, Hollywood & Singapore)
Orlando Hollywood and Singapore parks all have a line up of Halloween haunted events. At Universal Orlando, admission to Halloween Horror Nights is included with admission to both parks. Visitors can take in the haunted evening on the same day or return on select nights between mid-September and the fist of November. Thee are 8 absolutely terrifying haunted houses including movie themed Halloween, The Walking Dead: End Of The Line and AVP: Alien vs. Predator. Frightening live street experiences Maskerade: Unstitched and The Rocky Horror Picture Show: A Tribute.
All 4 theme parks have meeting and event space with more to come in Orlando for 2015.
For more places to take in Halloween events, also check out Trick or Treat Italian Style, Event Venues: Haunted Houses, Castles and Places, A New York Neighborhood Halloween, Halloween Hawaii Style, and Planner Inspiration: NYC Halloween Parade on the Cvent Event Blog.
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