Today's Idea
Friday, December 13, 2019

Bayville Haunted Christmas

Expecting a horror show with all the relatives this December?Bayville Adventure Parkhas just the place to take them – a haunted Christmas that answers the question: what happens to everyone on Santa’s Naughty List? And it kicks off December 13.

 

Bayville Adventure Park’s Haunted Christmas is  the perfect evening of holiday scares and things that go bump in the night.  You’ll head through a spooky haunted house pursued by Krampus, the Christmas devil with goat horns from European lore who scares bad children. If this holiday horror isn’t enough, you can head over to Bayville’s other terrifying attraction, Christmas at the Asylum, where you’ll be chased by festive inmates throughout the creepy attraction. 

 

If you had enough of horror over Halloween, Bayville Adventure Park also offers more holiday-appropriate activities with their Bayville Winter Wonderland. Wander through their Christmas tree forest, lace on some figure skates at their Arctic Ice Rink Adventure, or sit down with Santa and his Elves at Santa’s Toy Factory. With food, arcade games, and mini-golf on site, you can make a full holiday day of your visit - no Krampus involved. 

Haunted Christmas takes place on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights December 13, 14, 15 and 20, 21 and 22 (8:30-11 pm except for Sundays, when it’s 7:30-9:30) and is not recommended for kids under 10. Admission to Haunted Chrismas is $25.75; a combo with both Haunted Christmas attractions is $35.75; a ticket that pairs Haunted Christmas and Winter Wonderland is $40.50 (There are a myriad of other combinations, including meal packages and speed passes; Winter Wonderland alone is $23.75 adults and $20.75 for those 8 and younger).