As if roller coasters weren't scary enough, the Six Flags theme park in Mexico has added an extra fear factor to the attraction for this Halloween. There will be scary shows and haunted houses to visit, and visitors should always be prepared to see monsters and zombies around the park and even on the rides themselves.
Six flags in Mexico City will be open later at night, meaning visitors can ride the rollercoasters in the dark - adding to the scary atmosphere. The organisers of Fright Fest will also be putting on Halloween shows and organizing creepy attractions such as ghost trains and haunted mazes (these are not for the faint-hearted - imagine Harry Potter in the maze of the Triwizard Tournament).
The night time entertainment is definitely directed towards older teenagers and adults as some of the characters wondering around the park could give young children nightmares. Moreover, many of the best rides have height restrictions in place and therefore would be out of bounds for younger children.
However, if you are travelling in a family, the park still operates a child-friendly itinerary during the day - with monsters and zombies being replaced by Looney Tunes characters.Zombie Fest in Montréal