Get ready for a "big new haunted house" when HalloWeekends returns to Cedar Point Sept. 14 through Oct. 28.
That's the word from Cedar Point General Manager John Hildebrandt, who says the park is going all out to please HalloWeekends fans.
The new haunted house will be Eden Musee, a wax museum gone bad, harking back to an earlier Cedar Point attraction.
It replaces Happy Jacks Toy Factory, which is is going away with the demise of Disaster Transport.
Terror Island, which had a space now occupied by dinosaurs, also won't return, but will be replaced with a new attraction, Cutthroat Cove.
Fear Faire, the park's medieval horror attraction, is being revamped, Hildebrandt said.
"People will really notice a difference," he said.
A big new live show, Skeleton Crew, will be presented on the Luminosity stage, he said.
He said Cedar Point officials are well aware that HalloWeekends is a big part of the park's schedule.
"A lot of people tell us it's their favorite time of year to visit the park," he said.