Cedar Point Halloweekends celebrating 25 years of scares -- What to expect

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Cedar Point is celebrating its 25th Halloweekends anniversary with more activities leading up to Halloween weekend.

Popular activities return, with new scares and family-friendly events planned.

Like years passed, check out daytime kids activities like trick-or-treating, The Magical House on Boo Hill, pumpkin decorating, corn and hay bale mazes, mini tractor rides, a costume contest, and more.

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When the sun goes down, wander through outdoor horror displays and indoor haunts.

New events include Thursday Night Frights, Bloodbath, The Haunting of Eerie Estate,  and The Midnight Hour: 25 Years of HalloWeekends with Midnight Syndicate.

On Thursday nights, sing "Scare-a-oke" at the Farmhouse Kitchen & Grill Stage. You'll also find witches reaching out to guests as part of "Witch Sisters’ Insult-emporium: Witch, Please!," as well as the "Slash Mob" dancing their way through the park.

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Bloodbath is a new indoor haunted maze, and the Haunting of Erie Estate allows guests to explore a haunted site.

The Midnight Hour features a ghoulish musical tour around Cedar Point.

Hungry? Find Halloween-themed snacks and drinks for sale.

The fun begins Sept. 15.

Tickets are $49.99 online and $89 at the door. A $29.99 special ends Sept. 15.

Children 2 and younger are free.