The attic was so dark that we couldn't see a single thing. That would have been a good thing except there is no way of knowing which direction to go so we somehow missed the whole attraction except for the turning tunnel. We went on a night where it had been raining during the day, we called ahead of time and they said all attractions were still open. When we got there after an hour drive all of the outside attractions were closed.
Me and a few parents took our tween kids. We enjoyed all the attraction, the prison and the attic made us all scream a few times and worth a visit. The hayride was the most fun(and the longest line) and also scary at times because the actors jump onboard at times. The graveyard isn't really scary. The actors do follow you through the attractions and the also walk up to you while you're in line least expecting it. Over all the actors do a great job and their costumes and make up are excellent. The food is reasonable and didn't give any of us heartburn and send us running to the toilet. The rides are questionable, so not many people on that side of Frightland. They don't allow any bags, cameras or purses. There is security and they do walk the park. My only complaint is people that constantly smoke in line, and continue to smoke even after announcements are made to not smoke in lines. The park opens at 6:00, but the attractions do not open til almost 7:00.
We have a blast at Frightland. The actors are really committed to scaring you. Every year they try to add new things, or change things a little bit, so it is worth going every year. There is a small carnival with rides suitable for younger children. Going on a Sunday the lines are much shorter.
They work on changing it year to year and every year they hit a home run. I always like going with friends and family. It is scary and i don't recommend young kids who scare easy.
A Middletown Tradition. That is only intown for about 30 days. It is a fall carnival for a great cause. I highly recommend visiting the haunted attractions!
Awesome family experience. Multiple attractions!! Something for all ages. If the kids don't want to participate in the scary stuff, they have a carnival to keep them occupied. It's expensive at the gate. Search online for discount tickets. Got ours on groupon for 1/2 price.
I've been going to Frightland for 6 years in a row now, and every year I get to experience a different thrill. Every year Frightland adds a new attraction, or changes one of the old ones, thus creating a new experience for the customers. The walking through parts where the people scare you takes anywhere from 1 - 3 hours depending on what time of the night you go due to extensive line waiting...the most you'll wait in line for is 30 minutes, and thats for the hayride, which is about a 25 minute long hayride, and is pretty amazing. Then there are the carnival rides, which are free as long as you buy the Fright Pass, which is $35... it gets you into all scare attractions once, and then unlimited carnival rides... Id suggest this place for 12 years and older.
Went here for the first time with my husband and teenage daughter. I don't do scary but promised my family I would 'face my fears'. Sadly, they held me to it and off we went. When you walk in, there are a few carnival type rides and games. Nice if you have little kids (or big kids like me) who don't like anything too scary. There are also a few places to grab a bite to eat or drink.The attractions were awesome; we did the entire package which was all 8 attractions (4 indoor, 4 outdoor and the rides). The price was around $30. I think it was worth the money. The attractions were scary and the indoor attractions are VERY dark so you basically bump your way around until you reach the end. I loved the haunted hayride. Scary but fun. In all, I would recommend this place to families with older children. Great family fun evening for us.
my little one Bella, wants to join us this year in our visit to frightland. last year was the best year ever, with be most fun being phobia. so dude in the corner in the dark. feeling the walls he makes you aware he is there as you feel the wall and run directly into him. what a freeky thing to live through. the food was good, the little shop of horror went through a make over and is really inviting. there are surprises around every corner but nothing that will hurt you. Its July and Bella has not stopped talking about it and we still hame MONTHS to go. last time she waited at the carnival with her grandma, this time she is going. caution they do not sell a child's tix so prepare for your tween to be up all night. Can't wait!!!
Big business haunted attractions seem to be popping up all over the place. Frightland is among the best of the bunch. A little high priced but, if you can afford it, go for it. The actors are permitted to get very close but not grab you. I had a great time watching them chase down some of the more skittish guests.