Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the fort’s garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps’ reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams. Try out our Total Scare for the complete experience which includes general admission, a coffin ride, and a Terrifying Tale from the Tunnels led by the Haunted Walk of Kingston.
Scream... or Forever Rest in Pieces
Things you Ghouls Should know:
- Open Thursday - Sun from September 29 - October 16
- Open nightly from October 20 - October 30
- Fort Fright is both an outdoor and indoor Haunted Attraction, and Fort Henry is both a spooky and windy place. Please dress for the weather!
- Warning: If you have a sensitivity to strobe lights, please inform one of our staff when you arrive.
- The Doomed Regiment- In 1867, a dark cloud descended over Fort Henry, leaving the regiment locked inside for almost 150 years. Read More
- The Cursed Hallows- In the aftermath of torrential storms and floods from the 1820's, terrifying creatues prey on tresspassers in the Cursed Hallows of Fort Henry. Read More
- Happy's Fun House- Fort Fright's beloved clown Happy has been missing since 2015. Reports of screams and maniacal laughter coming from the West Officer's quarters have led to rumours that Happy is still here... Read More
Fort Fright also brings back favourites including:
Coffin Ride: Buried Alive!* - so popular we had to add a second ride!
Fort Fright safe pass* - this protection amulet will allow children (or adults) to enjoy the event without the worry of becoming too scared, as the amulet wards off our scare actors.
Overnight at Fort Fright*- spend the night in one of North America's top ten most haunted places