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Fright Fest, is back for select days September 30-October 29 at La Ronde. It's a spooky time of year as zombies and ghouls take over the park. Enjoy thrills and activities for the whole family throughout the day and come back for a truly frightening evening of fun after the sun goes down. Fright Fest offers a wide variety of places to get your scare on including several haunted houses and scare zones located throughout the park. The stuff of nightmares lurk around every corner as the dark of night washes over the park. The ghouls are set free for their daily hunting rituals.

BEWARE! There is no place to hide!

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New For 2017

Nightmares

A hellish abode where all your nightmares become reality.

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Haunted Attractions

If you get lost, no one can hear you scream!

Only the bravest of souls date to enter our haunted mazes. You'll be blindsided by darkness as you find your way through the labyrinth all while being hunted -- never knowing what is around the next corner. Are you ready to face your worst fears?

Scare Zones

There is no "leisurely stroll" during Fright Fest. Terror isn't confined to Haunted Attractions. The ghouls have spread into the streets to "greet" you as you make your way to your next fright. There are zombies and ghouls lurking in every corner just waiting for you. Stay Alert!

Entertainment

Never before has Six Flags offered so many different live performances during Fright Fest. Our Fright Fest shows will leave you howling for more.

Thrilling Rides

We're known for pulse-pounding coasters that deliver intense thrills all season, but these rides ramp up the fear during Fright Fest.

Plan Your Trip
Don't come to Fright Fest unprepared--it's not for the faint of heart. Find the details you need for planning your trip, then plan your escape!
September 30-October 29
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
SEPT 25
26
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30
11:00am to 10:00pm
OCT 1
11:00am to 9:00pm
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7
11:00am to 10:00pm
8
11:00am to 10:00pm
9
11:00am to 9:00pm
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11:00am to 10:00pm
15
11:00am to 9:00pm
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11:00am to 10:00pm
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11:00am to 9:00pm
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11:00am to 10:00pm
29
11:00am to 9:00pm
Tickets & Passes

Season Passes

Prices start at $51.99
Buy now and get unlimited visits for the rest of 2017 including park admission during Fright Fest PLUS all of 2018! A Season Pass also includes free tickets for friends on select days, in-park discounts, access to VIP only events and admission to all Six Flags theme parks.
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Daily Admission Only

Prices start at: $58.99
One-day admission for all day and Fright Fest at night. Some haunted attractions require the purchase of a separate Fright Pass wristband. Buy Now

Group Tickets

Prices start at: $37.99
Groups of 15 or more get really big discounts when tickets are purchased in advance. Learn More

Fright Pass Wristband

Starting at $17 - Available at the Park Only
Unlimited trips through our Haunted Attractions on a single visit to the park.

Individual Fright Pass

Starting at $9 - Available at the Park Only
Single visit through one Haunted Attraction on the night of your visit.
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Directions to the Park

Your day of adventure is closer than you think. La Ronde is located on Île Sainte-Hélène at Parc Jean-Drapeau, near downtown Montreal.

Our physical location is 22 Chemin Macdonald, St. Hélène Island, Montreal (Quebec) H3C 6A3

Parking Information Lodging Information
BY METRO:

Jean-Drapeau station and bus 767 La Ronde
Papineau station and bus 769 La Ronde

BY JACQUES CARTIER BRIDGE:

Parc Jean-Drapeau exit

FROM TROIS-RIVIÈRES:

Highway 40, Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine tunnel exit
Highway 132 towards USA – La Prairie
Take the Jacques-Cartier Bridge and exit at Parc Jean-Drapeau
Follow signs to La Ronde

FROM QUÉBEC:

Highway 20 to the junction 132 towards La Prairie-USA
Take the Jacques-Cartier Bridge and exit at Parc Jean-Drapeau
Follow signs to La Ronde

FROM SHERBROOKE:

Highway 10, exit 132 towards Sorel-Québec
Take the Jacques-Cartier Bridge and exit at Parc Jean-Drapeau
Follow directions to La Ronde

FROM OTTAWA:

Route 417 to the junction of Highway 40. From there, go onto Highway 20 to Montreal
Take the Jacques-Cartier Bridge and exit at Parc Jean-Drapeau
Follow directions to La Ronde

FROM TORONTO:

Route 401 to the junction of Highway 20
Take the Jacques-Cartier Bridge and exit at Parc Jean-Drapeau
Follow directions to La Ronde

FROM PLATTSBURGH:

Highway 87 and Highway 15br> Take the Jacques-Cartier Bridge and exit at Parc Jean-Drapeau
Follow directions to La Ronde

FROM BURLINGTON:

Highway 89 to the junction of Route 133
Take Highway 10 (Eastern Townships)
Take the exit for Route 132 East (Sorel – Québec)
Take the Jacques-Cartier Bridge and exit at Parc Jean-Drapeau
Follow directions to La Ronde

BY BOAT: MARINA DE LA RONDE

Full service marina

Park Map
Plan your visit to La Ronde by viewing our Park Map. You may also pick up a copy at the Front Gate on the day of your visit.
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Tips for Enjoying Fright Fest

Can I wear a costume or a mask? Even though it could be very tempting to make fun of our ghosts, demons, zombies and other scary creatures by wearing a costume similar to theirs, well, they will remain completely indifferent. There’s nothing they can do to change their appearance. You should be ashamed to even think of making fun of them. All joking aside, for security reasons, it its forbidden for any person aged 12 or more to wear a costume, a mask and/or any other props covering the face, or full-face makeup. If you do, you will have to take off such items before being allowed to enter the park.

To find out about our opening hours, please check out our calendar.

Bring a jacket or a warm sweater for those cooler evenings. We wouldn’t want you to catch a scary cold! Leave your jacket or sweater in one of the lockers located next the gates.

Our park is a smoke-free environment. This is not only a safety measure — smoking attracts demons and werewolves, and we certainly don’t want this to happen. Smoking is only permitted in designated areas. You won’t be able to escape demons and werewolves, but at least, the others will.

If you’re lost, we will eat you.

When you arrive at the park, locate the exits and any other place that may be practical if you need to hide from zombies, flying creatures and other blood-thirsty creatures. Look carefully: the little dark cabin behind the restaurant next to the information desk is a very good hiding place. All you have to do is close your eyes and get in. It’s the safest place in the park! Promise.

Stop at the stroller rental booth if you need a stroller, a wheelchair, a stake, silver beads, garlic or holy water.

Weapons are not allowed in the park. Please leave your stakes, silver beads, garlic and holy water at home.It will be much more fun if you’re completely defenseless.

Consult the park’s map. You think you know where everything is, but it’s not the case. We have completely reorganized the place since your last visit. Just for the sake of spicing up your visit!

The schedule is on our park map, which is available at both gates of the park.

Start your day with the attractions that are the farthest from the exits. This is best way to have fun while staying away from exits. Bad things happen near the exits, but good things happen when you stay away from them, in the remote areas of the park.

Think of your loved ones: sign a prearranged funeral agreement.

Save some time; eat a non-traditional meal, at lunch and dinner.

Last year, we interviewed some survivors that were able to escape from the park. Before we ate them, they reminded us that wearing a hat is very important if you want to spend a fun and safe evening. They also told us that their only means of defense was to scream. So the louder you scream, the safer you will be.

If you hear some screams coming from behind the information desk, don’t worry. It’s probably someone trying to stay safe.

Frequently Asked Questions

Fright Fest

What are your operating hours?

Fright Fest hours are listed in the calendar above. You may also view our operating calendar.

What are the current ticket prices?

We are pleased to offer a variety of gruesome ticket packages. Specific pricing for Fright Fest tickets and season passes will be posted shortly. Check back soon!

Are there any rides at Fright Fest that won’t scare me?

No.

How many scary things happen during Fright Fest?

There is no way of knowing. Those who have tried to count were found in a corner, sobbing with fright.

I’m not afraid of Fright Fest. Is that okay?

Keep telling yourself that if it helps. The truth is something that will speak for itself.

Can I wear a costume, mask, or makeup?

No. While you may enjoy making fun of our ghosts, demons and zombies by dressing up like them, doing so is clearly insensitive to their feelings. They can’t help the way they look and you ought to be ashamed of yourself for even asking the question. Jokes aside — this is a safety issue. If you wear a costume or mask into the park our monsters will get confused and might accidentally start eating each other instead of you.

Are Zombies real?

That is the kind of question that is going to set you apart from the others and act as a magnet for everything you will wish you’d never met. Fortunately for you there are dozens of free roaming zombies at the park would would be more than happy to answer your question.

Which ride is the least scary?

The ride to the park.

How long has Fright Fest been going on?

It’s like time; there was never a start. It has always been there. A better question is: when will it end?

Will my boyfriend or girlfriend be eaten?

It depends how full we are after we finish eating you.