How do you make 2020 any scarier? You open a haunted house the size of a small theme park, that’s how. That’s the plan for the Horrorland, a Halloween experience being staged on select days Oct. 1-31 in Miramar.
With deference to the real-life scariness of the coronavirus pandemic, the Horrorland is being billed as South Florida’s first drive-thru, touchless haunted-house attraction. It features seven different roads with immersive scenes, including Alice in Horrorland, Christmas Nightmare, Creepy Carnival, Zombie Apocalypse, Farm of Horrors, Asylum of Darkness and Scream’s Cemetery.