You might remember a few weeks ago we shared the news of a Japanese haunted house drive through attraction. The experience was created to maintain social distancing, allowing guests to remain in their cars for the duration of the show.
As we approach the Halloween season, other haunted attractions are rethinking how to present their annual events while maintaining social distancing guidelines. One of the latest is the chance to drive through a recreation of Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.
Freeform have revealed that their normal haunted house has been renamed as The Halloween Road – and will feature the classic Burton stop motion as well as scenes inspired by Hocus Pocus and Ghostbusters.
They explained: “Freeform’s 31 Nights of Halloween returns! And this year we’re taking our annual Halloween event on road, quiet literally!… Cause, even ghosts need to stay socially distant. It’s an outdoor immersive experience all behind the wheel of your car! Drive-thru(if your dare) the world of “Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas”, Hocus Pocus, Ghostbuster, and other spooktacular surprises filled with games, performance, and prizes.”
The event take place at Heritage Square Museum, in Los Angeles California from October 2-4. For more information and tickets, head over to 31nightsofhalloween.com