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Boone Hall Fright Nights – French Quarter Inn

If you are going to be staying at The French Quarter Inn this October, don’t miss Boone Hall Fright Nights at Boone Hall Plantation. This series of terrifying attractions is one of the best Halloween events in Charleston. All four of the major haunted attractions are sure to leave your spine tingling with fear as you walk or ride through them. Any guests of the French Quarter Inn who enjoy haunted houses must see Boone Hall Fright Nights.

Because some of the scenes depicted throughout these attractions are gruesome, children under 12 should not attend. Also, this is an outdoor attraction so be sure to wear closed toed shoes. Boone Hall Fright Nights is open October 5-7, 11-14, 18-21, 24-28 and the 31 on Halloween. Fridays and Saturdays will be open from Dark until midnight and all other days will be open from Dark until 10:00pm.

There are four major attractions to see at Boone Hall Fright Nights. The Asylum is run by a doctor who wanted to bring all of the most insane minds from around the world into one place to perform experiments and show these people to the public. Terror Trail Haunted Hayride takes you through the woods of Boone Hall Plantation where scary creatures are waiting to pop out and scare. Chaos Quarantine is zombie-like in nature and the outbreak of this virus has turned Biotech employees into deformed and deranged beings. Little Amy’s Nightmare is a 3-D adventure that requires glasses and takes you through the nightmares of a seriously troubled little girl.

Boone Hall Fright Nights is one of the most fun, yet horrifying Halloween attractions in Charleston. French Quarter Inn guests who love haunted houses and hayrides shouldn’t miss this one-of-a-kind attraction. If you would like to stay in one the best hotels in Charleston, contact the French Quarter Inn to book your room or find more information about Boone Hall Fright Nights.

Posted in News by French Quarter Inn on October 4, 2012

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