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The map of Dark Nights is up. September 17 through October 30.

This appears to be an add-on to your admission ticket or season pass. There are 4 houses and 3 scare zones.
 

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That's Lightning Racer..... and it looks like they actually just put a new lighting package on it which looks cool as heck. I'm still mostly excited to see Jolly Rancher Remix at night -- actually, that's all I really care about in all of this 😄
My bad my bad
But still you get what i meant lol
 
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I really think Hershey is going to miss by not having the kid friendly element. They should keep Chocolatown, Founders Circle, Hollow, and Kissing Tower Hill kid friendly. There’s a bunch of world class freight might stuff in Lancaster like Jason’s Woods.
 
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I really think Hershey is going to miss by not having the kid friendly element. They should keep Chocolatown, Founders Circle, Hollow, and Kissing Tower Hill kid friendly. There’s a bunch of world class freight might stuff in Lancaster like Jason’s Woods.
Everyone seems to have a different opinion of this..... I've heard many people say how much Hershey was missing out from not having a true halloween event and then others thinking they got a lot of attendance because it wasn't that scary. It could go both ways. It does look like all of Chocolate Town is going to be free from the dark stuff as well as the path up past Cupfusion, Fahrenheit, , etc..... Oddly though it looks like kissing tower hill is not dark but I don't know if you can get there without going through a scare zone
 
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Everyone seems to have a different opinion of this..... I've heard many people say how much Hershey was missing out from not having a true halloween event and then others thinking they got a lot of attendance because it wasn't that scary. It could go both ways. It does look like all of Chocolate Town is going to be free from the dark stuff as well as the path up past Cupfusion, Fahrenheit, , etc..... Oddly though it looks like kissing tower hill is not dark but I don't know if you can get there without going through a scare zone
I think they could do both TBH. HP is big enough to pull it off. But if that’s what’s going on I think they missed out. Maybe they’ll do something like they did with roller soaker and have a marked off “scare free zone”.
 
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Wait. The houses are not included in season passes and you have to pay extra for them. Bet BGW does that next year.

This is how Six Flags has handled FrightFest for ages now for the record. It has some real benefits in my experience—most notably keeping house crowds down and keeping young kids out of them.
 
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This is how Six Flags has handled FrightFest for ages now for the record. It has some real benefits in my experience—most notably keeping house crowds down and keeping young kids out of them.
Wow I did not know that (seeing as I don't enjoy scary things).
 
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