Last week was the opening of 2018's Dark Harbor at The Queen Mary. Ever since I had a blast last year I was looking forward to attending again this year! This year promised to be the best yet, with revamped mazes and what they said would be the darkest and most immersive Dark Harbor yet. I attended their media night and received complimentary front-of-line VIP access to do all the mazes and enjoy the ambiance of their spooktacular midway from their VIP cabanas.
The Ringmaster and The Captain about to open the gates to release the monsters!
The Bayou section of Dark Harbor
Hanging down in The Bayou section of Dark Harbor
The Neverland Ranch Sinister Swings!
First, we did the Feast maze, which returned from last year. It was on the ship again, and lots of fun, full of twists and turns! I loved being aboard the ship going through the maze! Sometimes it was a little too dark to see where you were going (I think we ended up going the wrong way a few times) and we did have to get on our hands and knees to crawl through a few sections (kinda hard with a purse), but overall I loved this maze and it was a great way to kick off the night.
One of the amazing scare actors roaming the event
We headed back on the ship for B340 maze, which was my favorite of the night! It was so scary and I absolutely loved all the scare actors in this maze! They revamped this maze from last year, but still kept the best parts! Of course, like the other mazes actually on the ship, it was cool to see all the different parts of the ship.
One of the bars at Dark Harbor, The Ice Cave!
Love all the creepy photo ops throughout Dark Harbor
Love this photo of some monsters taking a break to enjoy a marionette show
Dark Harbor is TO DIE FOR!
Creepy Scottish graveyards are sooooooo my aesthetic!! This was in the
Intrepid maze, one of my favorite set-pieces of the night!
Deadrise, rising from the depths to haunt Dark Harbor yet again!
One of the food stands, El Diablo! I didn't investigate vegan options here, but
it seemed they had some veggie options.
Fun fact: I absolutely adore carousels! So I obviously loved these carousel
horses near the Carousel Bar!
They're dying to "meat" you at Dark Harbor!
Dark Harbor is such fun - I hope you get to check it out this season!
For more info and to buy tickets, visit Dark Harbor's website!