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Halloween 2024 - What We Know so Far - Part 1 The South

Every year we try to bring a couple of blog posts with everything that has been announced for this year's Halloween season in the UK, and this year is no exception. Like with previous years, this year the blogs will be split into 4 covering the South, the Midlands, the North and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. There’s a lot to get through so shall we get part 1 started. (Last Updated: 16/07/2024)




South West


Fear at Avon Valley, located just outside Bristol, will be returning in 2024. The line up hasn't been officially announced yet but it could be the same as the 2023 season. The event will run on the 11th, 12th, 18th - 20th, 25th - 27th and 31st October - 2nd November. Tickets start from £25. For more information and to book tickets you can visit the Fear at Avon Valley website.


Watermouth Castle and family theme park in Ilfracombe will host Descend Into Darkness. This will be the attractions first scare event. It will feature 5 areas for you to journey through as you descend in the darkness. These are Cursed Forest, Carnival of Clowns, The Mad Maze, Voodoo Valley and The Haunted Castle. The event will run for 3 nights on the 25th, 26th and 27th October. Tickets are £20.00. For more information and to book tickets you can visit the Watermouth Castle website.


Mary Shelley's House of Frankenstein in Bath has announced that their After Dark event will return this October. The event will run for 9 nights throughout October from Friday 11th. Tickets start from £16.50. For more information and to book tickets you can visit the After Dark website.


London and South East


Tulleys Shocktoberfest in Crawley returns for 2024 with some changes to its line up. Gone are The Island and The Circus of Horrors. The website teases three new attractions opening for the 2024 season. We don't currently know anything about these attractions. Doom Town, Electrick Circus, Wastelands Penitentiary, The Village Coven of 13, The Creepy Cottage, The Chop Shop, Hellements, Horrorwood Haunted Hayride and The Cellar Imprisoned all returning. The event will run for a whopping 25 nights from the 4th October. As always, tickets vary in price. For more information and to book tickets you can visit the Tulleys Shocktober Fest website.

Fort Amherst Halloween Horrors have announced that it will be celebrating its 40th years of scaring. Their website isn’t currently teasing any attractions. He event will run for 7 nights on 20th – 22nd and 26th – 29th October. Tickets are £30.00. For more information and to book tickets you can visit the Fort Amherst Halloween Horrors website.


Funland at Hayling Island will once again play home to Funland Fright night. The event will run for just three nights on the 26th and 30th October and 2nd November. Tickets are £20.00. Attractions include Destination Z, Freakland Amusements, The Theatre of Screams and The Witches Coven. We believe Destination Z will be the scare maze. For more information and to book tickets you can visit the Funland website.


Fright Nights at Thorpe park returns this year. The event will run between the 4th October and 3rd November. The attraction line up is currently unknown. For more information and to book tickets you can visit the Thorpe Park Fright Nights website.


Howl'o'ween at Chessington World of Adventures looks set to return this year. The event will run between the 5th October to the 2nd November. The website has confirmed that Vile Villagers will return. Tickets start from £35.00. For more information and to book tickets you can visit the Chessington World of Adventures website.


The London Bridge Experience and London Tombs have recently updated their website and released tickets for their Halloween special, this year called Dreadflix. The event will run for just 7 nights on the 24th, 25th, 26th, 30th and 31st October and the 1st and 2nd of November. Tickets start from £31.00. For more information and to book tickets you can visit The London Bridge Experience website.


East Anglia


Primevil returns in 2024. The event will run for 14 nights on selected dates between 17th October and 2nd November. Their attraction line up is yet to revealed. Tickets start from £28.00. For more information and to book tickets you can visit the Primevil website.


The Howl will be returning in 2024. Returning mazes Red, Squealer's Yard, Howl Valley High, The Full Moon Manor and The Shed are joined by a new maze for 2024 to replace Topper's Twister but little else is currently known about this new maze. The event will run for 16 nights from Friday 4th October and tickets start from £20.00 for just a street pass or £24.00 for single access to the mazes. For more information and to book tickets you can visit The Howl website.


Horror at Hinchingbrooke House have confirmed that they will be returning in 2024. The event will run from 26th October - 2nd November. There will be new scare zones. Tickets start from £25.95 (+ booking fee). For more information and to book tickets you can visit the Horror at Hinchingbrooke House website.


Pleasurewood Hills have confirmed the dates for Pleasurewood Chills 2024. The event will run 26th October – 3rd November. The scare mazes are yet to be confirmed. Tickets start from £19.75. For more information and to book tickets you can visit the Pleasurewood Hills website.


Trinity Scares returns to Ipswich this year. The event will run from the 18th until 31st October. Tickets start from £24.99. Also this year is the optional extra called The Cave at a cost of £5.99 For more information and to book tickets you can visit the Trinity Scares website.


Hills Self Storage After Dark is a new event for 2024 in Colchester. This charity event will open for just one night on the 2nd November. Tickets are £6.00. For more information and to book tickets you can visit the Hills Self Storage website.


Colchester Zoo's Trail of Terror returns in 2024. The event will run for 7 nights between 18th and 30th October. Tickets start from £24.00. For more information and to book tickets you can visit the Colchester Zoo website.


The Bunker Below in Brentwood have announced they are returning for 2024. The event will run for 10 nights from Friday 18th October. Tickets start from £26.50. For more information and to book tickets when they go live you can visit The Bunker Below website.


Cursed have announced they are returning as The Cursed Village. There will be 5 mazes on offer with Sewers and Haunting returning from last year and three new mazes in The Harvest, The Clinic and Bloodthirst. The event will run for 11 nights from 17th October. Tickets start from £25.00. For more information and to book tickets you can visit The Cursed website.


Scaresville have updated their website to confirm that they are returning for 2024. Nothing else is currently known about this years event. More information can be found on the Scaresville website.



AWAITING NEWS


A Nightmare on Havenstreet

The Project at Tapnell Farm

Survival Zone

The Seance

Enter The Macabre

Purgatorium Scare Mazes

Southwold Scare Maze After Dark

Trick or Terror

Phobia at Puxton Park

Park of the Dead

Salvation Z

Boo at the Zoo

Screamworks

Scream Bay

Kent Scareground

Little Fort of Horrors

Fairground Frights

Face Your Fears

Enter The Macabre


NOT OPENING

Scream Aloud

Terror Island






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