Due to the high demand for tickets... 

we've added trips on Monday nights for Swamp Scare!!!

 

This is a great time to get your family on or buy the whole boat

for a private event essentially!

 

Are you brave enough to come with us on this brand-new Halloween event to learn the legend of what lies beneath the Blackstone River? Don’t be afraid of the Swamp Scare and the danger of the abyss below the murkiness!

 

Your journey aboard The Explorer riverboat takes you along on a scary

(and socially distanced) 20-minute experience on the water.

 

 

Nose and face masks are required

See more guidelines below

 

 

Every Thursday – Monday in October

at 6:45, 7:30, 8:15, and 9 PM

 

 

Central Falls Landing

15 Madeira Ave. Central Falls, RI 02863

(on the corner of Broad St.)

 

The cost is $20 per person

(there are no service fees)

 

To purchase: https://swampscare.co

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