Yes, Halloween is over, heck even Thanksgiving has passed, but that doesn't mean that one haunted attraction in Nashua, New Hampshire, is done for the year.

Fright Kingdom, brings you haunts throughout the year. Earlier this year, they celebrated halfway to Halloween, then of course they celebrated the entire spooky season. However, they are not done celebrating quite yet. This weekend, Fright Kingdom is bringing you "The Fright Before Christmas."

If you dare to be scared or simply just enjoy the idea that Halloween and Christmas will be mixed together, then this may be your cup of tea. Krampus will be making his way to New Hampshire, but I highly doubt he will be spreading that holiday cheer.

Interested in attending the last Fright Kingdom haunt this year? Here are some things that you should know before you go.

When Can I Attend "The Fright Before Christmas"?

Fright Kingdom will be holding "The Fright Before Christmas" on December 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. The hours in which they will be open depend on the day that you choose to go. On Friday, the haunt will happen between the hours of 7 pm and 9:30 pm. They will be open a little bit longer on both Saturday and Sunday, from 6 pm to 9:30 pm.

What Should I Expect? 

Obviously, you should expect to be scared. Fright Kingdom will turn into a horrifying winter wonderland that is home to rabid reindeer, crazed carolers, cannibalistic elves, Krampus himself, and other merry mayhem-makers.

As you walk around outside, you will also see many other creepy characters roaming around as well as catch other forms of entertainment including photo opportunities.

Note: this is not a place where characters will touch you! However, there is always that possibility that you may be accidently touched.

How Do I Get Tickets? 

General admission tickets are $35 each and according to Fright Kingdom's website, you will want to purchase tickets in advance here.

When you are purchasing a ticket, you will need to select a date and time slot. Note, your ticket will only be valid for the day and time that you selected.

According to Fright Kingdom's website, they will be limiting the number of tickets that are going to be sold, therefore if you want to attend one last haunt this year, you may need to start planning sooner rather than later.

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