Oct 21

Grab a Photo with "Creepy Critters" at Busch Gardens Howl-O-Scream

Hello everyone! As we say goodbye to summer and usher in the delightful autumn weather of Virginia, we look forward to things like pumpkin spice—EVERYTHING and the beautiful fall colors. Here at Busch Gardens Williamsburg we are still quite busy.

Feb 06

Best of the Busch Gardens Blog 2014 - Part Three

We're one week closer to the park being open. To help the time pass until you can soar on coasters, feast at the Festhaus or explore all the World's Most Beautiful Theme Park has to offer, we bring you the final installment of our Best of the Blog series. We end with the scariest and the most heartwarming events at Busch Gardens. From new Terror-tories to elven mischief, here are our favorite posts from the end of 2014:

Oct 22

Owl Bet You Didn’t Know…

It’s that time of year again: time to find Halloween costumes and unpack the spooky décor. Have you ever noticed how many fall and Halloween decorations feature owls? As it turns out, owls have long been associated with some dark myths. Did you know that in Europe during the Middle Ages owls were linked to darkness, witches and the occult due to their nocturnal lifestyle? In Roman culture it was believed that hearing an owl’s hoot was a sign that your demise was near. Whoooooo knew?

Oct 15

Howl-O-Scream 2014 In Motion

Every year, I’m amazed by how quickly the park transforms into Howl-O-Scream. Whenever I hear the details about the number of people working on the project and the sheer volume of decorations installed, I’m impressed by how much work gets done in such a short amount of time. If you’ve visited recently, then you’ve seen the theming for yourself. But if you haven’t, it’s our job in the marketing department to show you how cool it all is.

Oct 08

Busting Halloween Wolf Myths at Busch Gardens®

Today the full moon rises, setting the perfect scene for Howl-O-Scream at Busch Gardens. The only thing missing from this spooky tableau is the silhouette of a howling wolf against the backdrop of a full moon.

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