By Shannah Carol, Home Business Magazine Publicity Editor
|Knott's Scary Farm Offers Countless Halloween Surprises Throughout the Park.|
Boo! Home Business Magazine recently had a ghoulishly good time at Knott’s Scary Farm Media Day, held at Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park, California. At the event, attendees had a spooktacular night full of frights, terrifying mazes, thrilling roller coasters, and freakishly good food.
Knott’s Scary Farm proved to be the perfect place for West Coast home business owners to take their teens and tweens this Halloween season and leave all their professional worries at the home office!
Knott’s Scary Farm is the world’s first, largest, and longest-running Halloween event. With its 12 eerie mazes and sinister attractions, it is without a doubt the top Halloween attraction on the West Coast. You would love taking your teens through the “Delirium” maze, a place of unimaginable vile horrors, the petrifying “Pinnocio Unstrung” maze, “End Games” (an apocalyptic wasteland filled with gladiators who must fight to the death), and “Trapped,” an interactive maze where you must solve puzzles to escape the alarming madness.
|Home Business Owners Will Love Watching The Live Elvira’s Sinema Séance Show.|
In addition to the mazes, Knott’s Scary Farm features six live shows like the gothic fairy tale “The Hanging” and the multi-media extravaganza “Elvira’s Sinema Séance,” featuring the sassy and comedic Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. You and your family will also have a freaky fun time walking through Knott’s Scary Farm’s 4 Scare Zones; Necropolis, Ghost Town Streets, Carnevil, and Fiesta de los Muertos, and getting spooked by 1000+ freaky costumed characters every time you round a corner! There’s truly nowhere to hide! Besides these haunted attractions, adrenaline junkies will go gaga over the park’s countless exhilarating roller coasters and rides, such as the Sierra Sidewinder and nerve-racking Xcelerator that launches riders forward at 82 mph.
Let’s also not forget that Knott’s Berry Farm, the amusement park hosting the Halloween sensation, started off in 1920 as a simple business selling homegrown berries and homemade preservatives. Walking around the vastness of the park and seeing its many shops, high-octane rides, and restaurants will be an inspiring experience for all home business owners, as it proves that achieving all your business aspirations is possible with hard work and dedication!
If you’re wondering what to do with your teens and tweens this Halloween season, make sure a night at Knott’s Scary Farm is at the top of your list. You all definitely won’t regret it…unless you don’t make it out alive! Knott’s Scary Farm is open select nights September 26th through November 2nd. For more info on the attraction and to purchase tickets, please visit the Knott’s Scary Farm website. You can also find more info on Knott’s Scary Farm’s Facebook.
To reach Shannah Carol, Home Business Magazine Publicity Editor, email firstname.lastname@example.org