Thorpe Park’s Fright Nights are back for Halloween 2020, and they’re set to be more terrifying than ever.
No wonder it’s hailed as one of the UK’s best Halloween theme park events.
This year the attraction has gone all out and will be offering thrill-seekers FIVE new live-action experiences, alongside some firm favourites and the opportunity to ride the rollercoasters after dark.
This year’s theme? A creepy carnival that’s come to town, dubbed the Fearstival, which promises to be a “cabaret of carnage”.
Experiences include Creak Freaks Unchained where deranged lumberjacks await with chainsaws, the Howling of LycanThorpe High which is home to some terrifying werewolves hunting for new recruits, the mysterious Crows surrounded by myths and legend, and Roots of Evil where you’ll enter a forest filled with sinister abominations.
Oh, and new for 2020 is dystopian wasteland THE SWARM: INVASION, where you follow in the swarm’s path of carnage and desolation and try not to get abducted by these spine-chilling creatures.
Meanwhile, there will be plenty of firm favourites for horror fans such as the park’s horror maze Platform 15 with vengeful souls looking to scare visitors, while the Screamplexx Cinema is opening its doors for a movie marathon – but don’t drop your popcorn…
Thorpe Park’s Fright Nights will run from Friday 16th October until Sunday 1st November 2020.
Park entrance tickets start from £42pp when booked online, but additional charges apply for access for the live mazes. There are also short breaks on offer from £49pp.
Pre-booking is essential. You can find out more and book on the Thorpe Park website.
Looking for more spooky days out and breaks for Halloween? There’s heaps on for those who love a good scare, whether it’s a stay at a creepy haunted castle with its own prison pit and ‘murder hole’, or a trip to some of Britain’s most spine-chilling locations from haunted homes to villages renowned for their supernatural offering.