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October
2019
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Our Sweet Spooky Halloween Experience in #HersheyPA!

This post originally appeared on mommarambles.com

I see a bad moon a-rising… I see trouble on the way… Strolling up to the Hersheypark In The Dark sign, I was excited to be greeted by one of my favorite Creedance Clearwater Revival songs, that is quite appropriately spooky for the Halloween holiday! Despite the temporary entrance currently at Hersheypark (new entrance coming in 2020!), the familiar letters spelling out Hersheypark In The Dark glowed against the dark sky, greeting guests looking for a spooky fun time! This is my absolute favorite season at the Hershey, PA, attraction. We were thrilled to be once again, celebrating our favorite spooky holiday at The Sweetest Place on Earth!

Our favorite amusement park in Hershey  transforms into Hersheypark In The Dark Friday evenings, and all-day on Saturdays and Sundays, from now through November 3. Admission offers you access to more than 50 rides and attractions. Don’t forget that access to ZooAmerica North American Wildlife Park, as they host their Creatures Of The Night Program, is included in your admission.

Adult tickets are $41.95 , and $31.95 for junior and senior guests. Buy your tickets online today to enjoy all the #HersheyparkHappy family fun!

Hersheypark In The Dark

The first aspect I have to state in our experience (and my son requested I do this…) is that my son is now a Twizzler! Yes, this is his first trip to Hersheypark at Twizzler status. He wasn’t happy remaining Hershey Bar height all summer, even though he was so close!

The Thrilling Thirteen roller coasters (weather permitting) are all open during Hersheypark In The Dark! What is even cooler is that the Park will turn off the lights on its three wooden roller coasters during the last hour of each operating evening and the indoor Laff Trakk coaster will be dark throughout Park operation. We took this opportunity to ride Wildcat in the dark!

Don’t worry… if thrill rides aren’t exactly your thing, there are still plenty of other rides open. There is something for everyone.

Read the full article here: https://www.mommarambles.com/2019-hersheypark-in-the-dark/