Scary Fun This Halloween

Halloween

Eerie chills and spooky thrills will be drawing in the crowds as Skegness gears up for some ghoulish fun.

From October 9th, the popular family themed Fantasy Island will welcome Fear Island and four new ghoulish interactive scare mazes around the holiday theme park.

The Lincolnshire coastal town will come alive with some dead good old-fashioned fun running until October 31st. There’s Hellhole, where you only have a glowstick to light the maze and visitors must make it through a dark netherworld faced with a lost band of WW2 soldiers biologically modified and hungry to feast on human flesh.

Or for scary cats, The Haunting 2 is a more child-friendly Halloween adventure as you take part in a haphazard ghost hunt led by the zany Doctor Highgate. The paranormal investigation takes youngsters on a spooky quest with just a hint of friendly frights along the way.

Halloween at Fear Island

As well as the mazes, there will be a Circus of Screams, complete with fire-eaters and flash mod-dancers, so plenty of fun for all the family.

To round off the entertainment, visitors will also be able to jump aboard The Flying Dutchman and enjoy an interactive stage show celebrating all things spooky.

Open at varying times between 11:00am until 6:00pm on October 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th, 20th to 24th and 27th to 31st, the island promises to be a real screamer.

And to set things off with a bang, there will be a fabulous fireworks display at Island Beach on Saturday September 30th after sunset.

For more information on all the excitement this Halloween, please visit: www.fantasyislandresort.co.uk

Author Bio:

Rebecca Hay is an experienced travel writer and member of The British Guild of Travel Writers. Follow her adventures with her family on Twitter and Instagram @emojiadventurer and on Facebook via EmojiAdventurers2.

Photographs courtesy of Fantasy Island Resort

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