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Here Comes Festive Scares

The festive season is just around the corner and whilst everyone is getting in the spirit, we are staying in scare mode as Christmas is also about scare events. In this blog post we run down all the scares available this festive period.


Christmasacre returns to Walsall Scare Maze this December with The 12 Days if Hell. You’ve been put on the naughty list and you will meet your demise in one of 12 ways. The event will run 9th - 10th, 16th - 17th and 23rd December. Tickets are £17.50 (plus a booking fee). For more information you can visit the Walsall Scare Maze website!


The Nightmare Rooms in County Durham were supposed to open in October but had to postpone. They will now be opening 9th - 11th December with their Insidiously Conjuring attraction. Tickets are £25 but that is for a group of 4. For more information you can visit The Nightmare Rooms website!


Another event that got postponed is Park of the Dead on the Isle of Wight. They announced earlier in the year that this years event will be the last as we know it and they are celebrating 10 years. The event will run 25th - 27th November and tickets are £25. For more information you can visit the Park of the Dead’s website.


Pasaje Del Terror will also be open in November for 6 days on the 12th, 13th, 19th, 20th, 26th and 27th. This is to coincide with Blackpool Pleasure Beach being open. Tickets are £10.50. For more information you can visit the Pasaje Del Terror website.


As well as all those there are other attractions open to provide you with that scare buzz. The York, Edinburgh and London Dungeons will all be open as well as The London Bridge Experience and London Tombs. Also in London the new Saw Experience will be open combining an immersive experience with an escape game. If all that doesn't wet the bloody appetite than there is also a ton of scary and horror themed escape rooms (which we will be going into detail about in a future blog) that will test both your nerves and puzzle solving skills.


So as you can see, there is still plenty of choice and options for that Christmas scare all around the UK!



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