How do you make 2020 any scarier? You open a haunted house the size of a small theme park, that’s how. That’s the plan for the Horrorland, a Halloween experience being staged on select days Oct. 1-31 in Miramar.
With deference to the real-life scariness of the coronavirus pandemic, the Horrorland is being billed as South Florida’s first drive-thru, touchless haunted-house attraction. It features seven different roads with immersive scenes, including Alice in Horrorland, Christmas Nightmare, Creepy Carnival, Zombie Apocalypse, Farm of Horrors, Asylum of Darkness and Scream’s Cemetery.
“The beauty of this immersive experience is that participants are protagonists in a horror movie that’s happening around them in real time,” explains Francisco Santos, CEO and director of Live305 Entertainment, which is producing the Horrorland.
What actually happens at Horrorland