The Top 5 Scariest Horror Nights in the UK

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1. Xtreme Scream Park, Melton Mowbray

Well known for its elaborate mazes and convincing actors, the Xtreme Scream Park recently won the ‘Best Halloween Attraction’ at the Scare Awards. This year, the park is featuring eight different attractions, including fan favourites: The Unfair Funfair, The Village, and The Pie Factory. Additionally, this horror night has rides and eateries onsite should you want to take a break from the terror. However, the Xtreme Scream Park horror night is not suitable for children due to actors being scattered throughout the park. This being said, Children between the ages of 14-17 are allowed into the venue when accompanied by a parent. 


If you’re feeling brave, visit this link to book your tickets to the best halloween attraction 2022. 


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2. Fear Scream Park, Bristol

Rated the UK’s best scream park in 2019, the Fear Scream Park is home to six horror mazes including Malefica (winner of the Scare Awards ‘Best Scare Experience’) which is sure to spook your socks off. In addition to its horror mazes, this park has a variety of onsite rides, a licensed bar, a range of food trucks, and entertainment. If you’re a thrillseeker, visiting Fear Scream Park is a great way to get into the Halloween spirit!


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 3. Tulleys Shocktober Fest, West Sussex

World-famous for its petrifying mazes, Shocktober Fest is not for the weak. This Halloween event is well known for its two most frightening mazes: The Chop Shop and The Cellar Imprisoned. However, this year’s Shocktober Fest will debut two new attractions – The Electric Circus and Doom Town. The combination of incredibly realistic actors, wardrobe, and impressive sets makes this horror night a winner. While horror nights at Tulleys Farm are not suitable for anybody under the age of 15, there are daytime Halloween events designed specifically for children which are far less scary, including pumpkin picking! 


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4. Terror Island, Isle of Wight

Featuring a number of chilling attractions, Terror Island is the best-known horror night in the Isle of Wight! Terror Island is home to four terrifying mazes including: Blind Alley, Amphibious, The Blood Shed and Hexcavation. Additionally, the venue typically hosts live music and has eateries and an onsite bar should you want to take a break from the mania. 


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5. Scare City, Manchester

The Scare City horror night is a fully immersive experience, lasting approximately two hours and including a two-kilometre-long horror walk-through. Offering an optional drive-in cinema experience surrounded by terrifying actors, this attraction is definitely not for the faint hearted. At just £20 per person, Scare City Manchester is the most affordable of the horror nights on our list. Prepare to run through, as it has been named the world’s longest outdoor Halloween extravaganza. This event is for people aged 16 and over and has a range of on site food and drink stands. 


If you’d dare take on the two-kilometre-long horror walk-through, visit this link to book tickets!


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