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Ripley’s Fright Nights: A Hauntingly Good Gatlinburg Event

Jack-o'-lantern and other pumpkins for Halloween.
September 24, 2013

Throughout the year, the staff at Ripley’s Haunted Adventure in Gatlinburg promise to bring a hauntingly good time to all who visit. For the month of October, in honor of Halloween, the spooky crew has decided to turn up the notch a bit to bring guests the 15th annual Ripley’s Fright Nights. With a New Orleans twist, this year’s Gatlinburg event is sure to create a thrilling adventure for all who are brave enough to visit.

Playing on guests sense of sight, taste, touch and sound, Ripley’s Fright Night is considered one the scariest shows in Gatlinburg. Just in time for Halloween, the month long series promises to bring guests spooks and thrills they are sure to not soon forget.

Located at 908 Parkway in Gatlinburg, Ripley’s Fright Nights run every Friday, Saturday and Sunday October 4- November 2, also on Halloween night. Show times begin at 6 p.m., and the staff requests now children under 6 attend due to the graphic nature of the show. Also, children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a legal guardian. Tickets are $12.95 plus tax.

Looking for a safe place to come back to after an exciting time at Ripley’s thrilling Gatlinburg event? Timber Tops Luxury Cabin Rentals invites guests to unwind inside one of their spacious Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg cabins. Ranging in size from one to 15 bedrooms, Timber Tops has the perfect size cabin to meet any guests needs. To book your’s today, give us a call at 800-266-1066.

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