Slayland: Night of a Thousand Screams

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If you are reading this, you are blissfully unaware of what is creeping up behind you. The leaves are falling, everything is pumpkin spice, and ‘Scare Season’ is upon us.

This October, Playland  has put a chilling twist on the usual thrills. The haunted houses won’t be open, but the park will be possessed with terrifying décor and a horror-themed outdoor walk-thru experience that pays its respects to your favourite haunts of the past.

Slayland will feature twenty rousing rides, including the Atmosfear, Wooden Roller Coaster, and the Beast. Others may enjoy the Scary-Go Round, Murder Hornet Express, and the Skeleton Swinger.

This is the first time in the PNE Halloween event history that guests will be allowed to wear costumes in the park. However, for the safety of all guests and staff, we cannot allow guests to wear costume face coverings including face paint, and eyes must remain visible. Guests are encouraged to attend the site with their coven, brood, or horde, and to maintain at least 6 feet/2 metres of physical distancing.

Since there will be no haunted houses, this is also the first time that children under 13 will be allowed, based on parental discretion (it is still not recommended for children under the age of eight).

A complimentary face mask is included with admission while quantities last. Face coverings will be required in all queue lines and on rides.

Tickets and more info are available here