Gulliver’s Valley announces frightfully fantastic Halloween event - here is everything you need to know

Thrill seekers can prepare to be scared at a new “not to be missed” event at Gulliver’s Valley this Halloween.

Tuesday, 29th September 2020, 3:23 pm

The “frightfully fun” ‘Spook Safari’, will see wicked witches, perilous pirates, terrifying tricks and treats at the Rother Valley attraction during half term from October 24 to November 1.

Dave Brown, general manager at Gulliver’s Valley which opened this year, said: “We can’t wait to welcome all of our guests to our spook safari this Halloween, which will be a ghostly adventure full of fun activities to keep families entertained this half term.

“The most frightful Halloween costumes will be welcome of course, and we encourage families to book early - this freaky family day out is not to be missed!”

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Prepare for a frightfully fantastic Halloween spook safari at Gulliver’s Valley.
Prepare for a frightfully fantastic Halloween spook safari at Gulliver’s Valley.

From the Ghostly Galleon ride, to the crocodile creek boat ride and the Jurassic inspired T-Rex Tower mega waterslide, the theme park has claimed that a world of exciting adventure awaits.

Tickets for the Spook Safari cost £15 per person when booked two days in advance and children under 90cm go free.

The event is aimed at children between the ages of two and 13-years-old, the new Gulliver’s Valley houses more than 30 rides and attractions, including an Apache Falls ride, full-size diggers, the Ghostly Galleon pirate ship and a Lost Jurassic World area.

You can also stay over at the Valley with several options for short breaks, including Unicorn and Princess Suites alongside Western Cabins and Lost World Lodges.

For further information and to book tickets visit www.gulliversvalleyresort.co.uk/spook-safari

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