Busch Gardens Tampa Bay Announces Third Haunted House for Howl-O-Scream, Death Water Bayou: Blood Moon

Busch Gardens Tampa Bay has revealed another of the haunted house experiences coming to this year’s Howl-O-Scream event at the park, turning an old favorite into Death Water Bayou: Blood Moon.

What’s Happening:

  • Busch Gardens Tampa Bay has revealed one of the five haunted houses that will be offered at this year’s Howl-O-Scream event, Death Water Bayou: Blood Moon.
  • The voodoo chants have died off, replaced by blood-curdling howls…and your screams. Dark magic has manifested into darker curses, as ravenous werewolves claw their way through the bayou on the hunt for human flesh. Beneath the midnight sky, the moonlight reveals glowing eyes, bloodstained teeth and an inescapable fate for all who enter the swamp.

  • This is the third Haunted House announced for the event, after the previous announcements of Cell Block Zombies and The Forgotten. Scare Zones and roaming hordes have yet to be announced.
  • Tampa’s premier Halloween event returns earlier than ever for 28 killer nights with scare zones and haunted houses, including three all-new haunted house experiences.
  • Fear returns to its most immersive form with the return of iconic horror-filled haunted houses to terrify guests at Busch Gardens Howl-O-Scream, Tampa Bay’s biggest haunt event. Park guests will find nowhere to hide as zombies, deranged clowns, werewolves and new surprises stalk their prey throughout eight scare zones, and unpredictable roaming hordes lurk in the darkness. Beyond the haunts, killer entertainment can be found on stage with “Fiends!” returning to the Festival Field and last year’s best-kept-secret “The Rolling Bones” performing electrifying rock covers at Dragon Fire Grill.
  • The separately ticketed event is set to run on select nights from September 10th through October 31st.