Busch Gardens Halloween Harvest is offering treats by day and trickery by night until closing Sunday, Nov. 1. Reservations are required for admission to this limited capacity outdoor event, but it is free for active Members, Annual Pass Holders and Fun Card holders. Otherwise, the basic event admission starts at $49.99 per person. Tasting cards are also available through the park’s website.
Fifteen roller coasters and rides will be open as well as trick-or-treating for the kids. There will be Halloween scares, but social distancing will be observed. Six of the park’s villages will be decked out for Fall. Also, guests can enjoy Fall-related specialty foods and desserts, beers from around the world, and unique Halloween drink specials.
“Fall is a perfect time to visit the park and we’re thrilled to offer another limited-capacity special event that will showcase new villages and attractions we have not offered yet this year along with the greatest of Halloween experiences for all ages,” said Kevin Lembke, president of Busch Gardens Williamsburg, in an event planning calendar message on VisitWilliamsburg.com.
In compliance with Virginia’s Phase 3 safety guidelines for reopening businesses, Busch Gardens Halloween Harvest will operate with enhanced health and safety protocols for cleaning and sanitizing, physical distancing, limited capacity, face covering requirements and temperature screenings.
For more information, visit Busch Gardens at https://tinyurl.com/BGWilliamsburg or call (757) 229-4386.