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Stratford's Fright Haven Invites Kids Of All Ages To 'Lights On' Wonderland

Fright Haven will hold a kid-friendly 'lights on' winter wonderland on Dec. 16.
Fright Haven will hold a kid-friendly 'lights on' winter wonderland on Dec. 16. Photo Credit: Contributed

STRATFORD, Conn. — Fright Haven, the state’s largest haunted attraction, has morphed into “A Frightmare Before Christmas” for those who want a little ghoul with their yule this season.

But even the youngest holiday revelers are invited to the Barnum Avenue Cutoff site’s Winter Wonderland “Lights On” Family Fun Day matinee on Dec. 16.

From 1 to 2:30 p.m., special guides will escort families and kids through the indoor maze, which is completely decorated for the Christmas season.

The lights will be on, the spooky music will be off and “scaremasters” will reveal all the tricks that startle the older set during nighttime hours.

Fight Haven is made up of three themed Halloween haunted houses encompassing more than 20,000 square feet — all under one roof.

The Christmas-themed attraction will include holiday favors and an array of ornaments available for fans.

Organizers will be collecting canned good donations for the Connecticut Food Bank. Anyone who brings a food donation will receive a free child’s admission.

Tickets to the Winter Wonderland are $20 for adults; $10 for children. For more information or tickets to the Dec. 16 event or the regular “Frightmare Before Christmas, visit

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