There’s something for all the family this Halloween at Blackpool Pleasure Beach. Whether it’s thrilling rides, or even more thrilling live experiences you are looking for then it’s the place to be this spooky season. There are creepy goings on taking place all across the spookily themed park including family fun, after-dark horror and even a resident werewolf.
On selected dates throughout October there will be spooky activities taking place in the Hub including pumpkin carving, live performances and Halloween TV shows and movies.
From 8th October, the 8 ½ foot werewolf Lougarock will prowl the park on his motorbike looking for unsuspecting victims.
October 23rd and 30th sees the park open from 10am until 10pm for Late Night Riding where you can enjoy all of your favourite rides after dark. If you dare……
Journey to Hell Freak Nights are a terrifying, experience led event featuring live actors through nine themed areas of Blackpool Pleasure Beach. Journey to Hell Freak Nights raise the bar for the fear factor never experienced before. Dare you enter the park after dark?
Face your worst fears with silent assassins, evil carnival dwellers, undead sorcerers and even aquatic terrors lurking around every corner. In order to survive your Journey to Hell you will have to experience Blackpool Pleasure Beach like you never have done before.
Journey to Hell takes place on selected nights from the 8th to 31st October after the amusement park has closed to the public! Scare zones include The Legend of the Cursed River Caves, Blind Faith, Day of the Dead, the BIG Dark Abyss and more! Some scare zones incorporate thrilling ride experiences including intense high-speed rollercoasters.
If you survive Journey To Hell then celebrate with your favourite guys and ghouls at the Devils Gate where food, drinks and entertainment will be available.
Your Journey to Hell will last for upto 90 minutes and incorporates nine scare zones and four rides. Tickets for the event cost £32.
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