St. Pete’s spookiest annual event has one question: “Are you ready to face your deepest fears?” TASCO’s Annual Field of Screams: Quarantine at the Pinellas Pioneer Settlement takes over the Boyd Hill Nature Preserve on Halloween Weekend, October 28-31.
The haunted village is a creepy survival journey in the woods, winding through the historic settlement as brave adventurers try to make their way through the madness to the safe house. Pre-sale tickets are available online now for $10, while day-of tickets may be available for $15 on-site. This event often sells out.
One-hour sessions operate from 7 pm – midnight through the duration of Field of Screams. This is a seriously spooky event, and St. Pete Parks and Recreation says it is not suitable for young children. The Pinellas Pioneer Settlement, a living history museum by day, is located at 3010 31st Street South in St. Petersburg.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit stpeteparksrec.org/fieldofscreams. The annual event promises to be a perfectly-haunting Halloween excursion.
From Parks and Rec: “Are you ready to face your deepest fears? Challenge yourself to make your way through the village in the woods and escape to the safe house hoping to find sanctuary.
“Participants are exposed to darkness, loud noises, bright lights, wooded trails and intense scare zones. Not suitable for young children; adult supervision is advised.”
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