Blackpool is home to many attractions, from Pleasure Beach to the Blackpool Tower, but every scare enthusiast knows that the Pasaje Del Terror is the place to visit if you are craving that scare. Located just outside the entrance to Pleasure Beach, this nearly year round scare attraction has become a must go place for all spook fans. Being a southerner who doesn't drive, I don't get to visit this wonderful attraction that often and on Saturday I found myself in the position to visit for just my second time ever. I was super excited and couldn't wait to find out if it was as terrifying as I remember it. Our group, which was just 5 of us, brought our tickets when we arrived just as the attraction opened but we ended up being the second group of the day, damn those two ladies who crept in before us haha. We waited for a little bit and when we entered we descended those dark and creepy steps and our adventure began
Obviously i'm not going to spoil what happens inside just in case someone reading this hasn't actually experienced the attraction. What followed was 10 minutes of laughter, screams and set admiring. The sets are fantastic and very very atmospheric and creepy. They are very detailed and really make each scene that bit more scary. The actors were on top form. The scares were constant and hit the mark every single time and I must admit I jumped quite a few times. The mix of characters you meet along your journey really add different tones to the experience, with some making you drop the defences before swooping in with that main scare.
I know its only a small review but I don't want to go into to much more detail than that just in case. All I will say is that I had so much fun and it was great to finally be able to visit the attraction for the first time in two and half years. Thank you Pasaje for an unforgettable run.
Tickets are available to prebook online for £8.50 or can be purchased on the day for £10. More information as well as opening times and to prebook tickets can be found on their website.