Spooky Halloween Attraction on WWII Ship
Undead in the Water, a Spooky Halloween Attraction on an Old WWII Ship comes back to Tampa this Halloween!
This old WWII warship comes every year to downtown Tampa for one of the best Haunted Attractions and might be one of the scariest things on the water in these parts of town!
Undead in the Water: The Gathering returns to the American Victory Ship (615 Channelside Dr.) at Sparkman's Wharf starting every Friday and Saturday, from Sept. 23-Oct. 29.
UNDead in the Water is Tampa's premier authentic nautical haunted attraction. Traverse multiple decks of this historic WWII cargo ship armed only with nerves of steel and a will to survive. The American Victory Ship is a 1945 WWII ship that served in WWII, Korea, and Vietnam. Built-in only 55 days in the California Shipyard, it stands as an American icon and national treasure as it is only one of 3 fully operational WWII Victory class vessels in the country.
Full face coverings, decorative Halloween masks, and costumes are NOT allowed. The American Victory Ship is a 1945 WWII ship and you will be climbing stairs and ladders, walking hallways, and moving through doorways across high thresholds. You will also be walking decks, which may be wet depending on the weather.
"In the fifth iteration of UNDead in the Water, a mysterious female apparition and her possessed cult threaten passengers across 60,000 square feet of cavernous cargo holds and open-air decks," reads the website. "Flesh of the fallen adorn the bulkheads and passageways as you make your way through the forsaken vessel. Of the crew that survived, some have entered into the ranks of The Gathering, while the remaining are on the run from her cult, their screams and moans echoing throughout the bellows of the ship. "
Tickets can be purchased in advance online, and due to the scary nature of the event, children under 11 are not recommended.